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29th Episode of Chief Minister's Radio Programme 'Raman Ke Goth'

Chhattisgarh to become 100% ODF State

Each household to get electricity connection, every family to have Smart Phone and Smart Card

Dr Singh appeals for active participation in Lok Suraaj Abhiyaan

Caste certificate issuance made more convenient for 27 caste groups of scheduled section

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that because of the innovative vision and better strategy, Chhattisgarh will be achieving its goals in many sectors in New Year 2018. Dr Raman Singh was informing about the goals of state for year 2018, in today's episode of his monthly programme 'Raman Ke Goth' aired from Raipur centre of Akashwani. This radio programme of Chief Minister was aired from all centres of Akashwani. People at various places of villages and cities today listened to the radio programme of Chief Minister with keen interest and gave enthusiastic feedback.

In today's episode of Raman Ke Goth, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh extended warm greetings of New Year, Makarsakranti, Vasant Panchami to be celebrated on January 22, Republic Day to be celebrated on January 26, Sant Ravidas Jayanti of January 31 to all the people of state. Dr Raman Singh said- Chhattisgarh will achieve the goal of becoming Open Defecation Free in year 2018 i.e. one year before the goal set by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi under Clean India Mission for achieving status ODF status in year 2019. Moreover, all the villages of the state will be electrified, each household will have electricity connection and every family will have access to smart phones. This year each and every family of the state will be provided smart cards under Health Insurance Scheme.

Dr Raman Singh said- Chhattisgarh has successfully achieved its target of providing Right to Food and Nutrition to each and every citizen of the state. Rate of Malnutrition has reduced from 52% to 30%. In year 2018, malnutrition will be eradicated on a further accelerated rate. In the entire vaccination programme, we are way ahead of the national average, and this year we would achieve the national goal of 90 per cent. Under Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana, target of providing LPG connection to women of 35 lakh families in state has been set, out of which 17 lakh connections have already been provided. This year, 'aabaadi patta' will also be distributed to all the deprived families.

Lok Suraaj Abhiyaan 2018 commences

Informing about 'Lok Suraaj Abhiyaan 2018' commenced by State Government for public grievance redressal, Dr Singh said that from the day of Swami Vivakananda's birth anniversary on January 12 till the evening of January 14 today, applications from common people regarding their grievances would be collected through camps. From month January-February and March, for continuous three months government-administrative would strenuously work towards redressal of public grievances. The applications received would be redressed by various departments. From March 12 to March 31, a public grievance redressal camp would be held on every 10 Gram Panchayat. Meanwhile, Dr Singh would himself tour across the state to do sudden inspection and review the status of public grievance redressal. Entire government and administration would visit each and every village, each and every lane to ensure implementation of various schemes.

Caste certificate issuance for 27 caste groups of scheduled section made simpler

Chief Minister told in today's episode of Raman Ke Goth programme that State Government has decided to consider the ambiguities in names due to phonetic values and issue caste certificates to 27 caste groups of scheduled section. This includes 22 groups of scheduled tribe and five caste groups of scheduled caste. Originally this notification has been issued in English language script, and Hindi version has been issued only as the translation of the original. Translation from English to Hindi led to ambiguities in pronunciation of the names of caste groups, because of which people of such groups were facing difficulties in getting their caste certificates issued. But now State Government's decision has resolved the problems of these caste groups.

Chief Minister praises new experiments being done in various districts

In his radio programme today, Chief Minister praised the new experiments and innovations being done in various districts of state for convenience of common people. He said- My principle has been clear- basic administration or main administrative work should be the top priority. However, if innovation brings better results, that is also welcomed. I have always welcomed innovative efforts for public interest. In the same sequence, Chief Minister mentioned about the online application and lottery system created for admission in schools for better implementation of 'Right to Education' and said that through this system nearly six thousand children of poor families have got admission in private schools. In Raipur district, the project of making 100 schools and aanganbadi centres are being made smart from District Mineral Fund (DMF). Yuva Sankalp Programme has been started to make youth more aware towards their career. Oxy-Reading Zone is being established between NIT and Central Library in capital city Raipur. Police Administration has started with the campaign of installing CCTV camera in Raipur and Durg district. This will help in controlling crime rates.

Chief Minister said- Ranjandgaon District Police Force is training youngsters for recruitment in army, paramilitary force, and district police force. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao programme is being implemented commendably in Raigarh district, as a result of which in proportion to 1000 men the number of women has increased from 918 to 936. A colony named Narendra Nagar is being developed for the beneficiaries of Prime Minister Housing Scheme of Sarguja district. Cleanliness Model of Ambikapur Municipal Corporation is being appreciated at national level. This model is being implemented in other urban bodies as well. Koriya district administration has started organizing special health camps every 15 days to end malnutrition. A team of women and girls have been formed in Koriya district, and they are being trained in self-defense and being educated about their legal rights. Dr Raman Singh said- in Mahasamund district, 'Swasth Laika Jaagruk Mahtari' campaign is being conducted. Dantewada has 'Jawanga Education Hub', Bijapur has well-equipped hospital, as a result of commendable initiatives of respective district administrations. 'Baal Police Cadet Karyakram' in Mungeli district, E-Raksha Mission in Balod district, Tunhar Police, Tunhar Muhaati, Police Kabaddi League, Women Commando, Mission Purna Shakti are some of the appreciable initiatives for women and citizen empowerment. Dr Singh also mentioned about 'Aao Sawaare Kal Apna' programme of Dhamtari District Police to inspire youth for recruitment in police and army. He also appreciated efforts of police in Gariaband district to promote sports activities among villagers. DR Singh said- This will create better rapport between police and villagers leading to community policing. Chief Minister said- Bastar Police has started providing security to children, in order to save them from being used as messengers or human shield by naxalites. These children are being provided facility of education and accommodation. Bastar Police has received international award for these initiatives.

E-Jandarshan to commence in New Year

Chief Minister said in 'Raman Ke Goth' programme that a large number of people from remote and distant places are unable to travel all the way to  attend the weekly Jandarshan programme organized at Chief Minister's residence. Hence, from this year, we have started E-Jandarshan from Jashpur district for convenience of people. Soon E-Jandarshans will be held in other districts as well.

Digital Revolution in Chhattisgarh

Dr Raman Singh said- New year in Chhattisgarh has commenced with the new era of Digital Revolution. Three-tier Network is being developed in state for 'Digital Revolution. Rs 1624 crore has been sanctioned for Bharat Net Project, for laying of optical fiber network in nearly 6000 gram panchayats of 85 development blocks. State Government and Central Government agencies have signed MoU for this work. Under Bastar Net Project, optical fiber network of 836-km is being developed at the cost of Rs 80 crore. The state has target of distributing smartphones to 56 lakh families and installation of 1500 mobile towers.

Railway Network from Gudum to Bhanupratappur Ready

Chief Minister told that under the 335-km Railway Project of Dallirajhara-Raoghat, construction of railway network from Gudum to Bhanupratappur has been completed. Successful trial run of railway engine has also been done in Gudum-Bhanupratappur block. From March 2018, trains will also be started on this route. Construction work of railway line from Bhanupratappur to Kewati, Antagarh and Raoghat is also underway at war footing. Various rail projects are being implemented in an accelerated pace, which shows that the goal of doubling the size of railway network in state will be achieved on time.

Raipur : Mr. Vivek Dhand and Mr. Ajay Singh pay courtesy call on Chief Minister

State Government's outgoing Chief Secretary and newly-appointed Chairman of Real Estate Regulation Authority Mr. Vivek Dhand and New Chief Secretary Mr. Ajay Singh paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh at his residence office. Chief Minister congratulated both the senior officials for taking up new responsibilities.

Raipur: Chief Minister announces: Colony of 100 houses for self-surrendered Maoists: Rs 4 crore approved for widening of Sukma bus stand

668 beneficial families of Prime Minister housing scheme will get lease soon
Interstate bus stand to be built in Bhopalpatnam
Chief Minister resolves problems of people of Naxal-affected four development blocks in e-demonstration

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has announced to sanction four crore rupees for the widening of bus stand in the remote and end-of-the-state Naxal-affected development block and district headquarter Sukma. He has also given the theoretical consent for construction of interstate bus stand in Bhopalpatnam, headquarter of Vikaskhand and Tahsil district of Bijapur district. Dr. Singh also announced to construct a residential colony under the rehabilitation scheme for one hundred Naxalites surrendered in rural areas engaged in Sukma. He said that for this, one lakh rupees per house would be sanctioned from Bastar and South region tribal authorities and the amount of grant would also be given from the District Mineral Trust Fund (DMF) worth 75 thousand rupees. Out of this, 15 thousand rupees will be for the construction of toilets.
     Chief Minister, here today, under the e-Darshan in his residence office, listen to their problems through video conferencing from the four development blocks of the Bastar division of the state - Sukma, Bhopalpatnam, Bijapur (both District-Bijapur) and the people of Qaakonda (District Dantewada) and villagers. Were there. He quickly resolved many problems Dr. Singh inaugurated today's e-demonstration with Sukma. In the video conferencing room of Sukma, the Nagar Panchayat President Mrs Laxmi Bai told the Chief Minister that the demand for the development and expansion of the bus stand of the Nagar Panchayat also said that it would cost four crore rupees. The Chief Minister told the District Collector that the proposal for extension of bus stand should be forwarded to the Urban Administration Department in the Ministry today. Dr. Singh assured the 668 beneficial families of Prime Minister Housing Scheme to get lease within a month in Sukma. He instructed the collector to take immediate action. Smt. Aradhana Marakam, President of Sukma Janpad Panchayat, announced the acceptance of Solar Power based Nal-Jal Yojna in Gram Kusharal of Gram Panchayat Ramaram and sports Gram Panchayat of Gram Panchayat.
    Dr. Singh also assured to accept the consent of Mr. Dhaniram Barsee, member of Sukma District Panchayat, in village Zappara. Shri Barse told the Chief Minister that in the Sukma district, the payment of approximately one crore rupees was left to MNREGA. On this, the Chief Minister told him that the state government has got allocation for MNREGA tomorrow. Out of this, the outstanding amount of Sukma will be sent. Shri Barse also demanded hostels for tribal children and girls in village Zapara along the Shabari river in Sukma district. The Chief Minister said that this proposal has been taken note and it will be tested soon. Dr. Singh also resolved many problems through video conferencing from people of Bhopalapatnam development block in Bijapur district. Expressing gratitude to the Chief Minister of the District Panchayat Bijapur Mr. Vasant Tati said that good roads are being created in the area. Bhopalpatnam is associated with two states-Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Therefore, the bus stand needs to be developed as an interstate bus stand. The Chief Minister expressed the theoretical agreement on his suggestion. Dr. Singh said that Bhopalapatnam will definitely become the biggest commercial center of Bijapur district. In view of this possibility, necessary action would be taken to expand the existing bus stand and develop it as an interstate bus stand. Dr. Singh also gave assurance to complete the problem of electricity in the Bhopalpatnam area for complete dismantling in the next five months. He said - 132 KV in Bijapur District Headquarters Electricity Sub Station of capacity is being made. With this, 33 KV in the district Four of the power sub centers are also approved. One of these sub-centers will be made in Bhopalapatnam. Simultaneously, in the next six months, under the comfortable electricity-every house plan (good fortune scheme) of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, in the next six months, will be illuminated by giving connections to 20 thousand houses in Bijapur district.
    The Chief Minister also said that 132 KV in Bijapur Upon completion of the sub-center construction, power plants will be supplied directly from the Korba power plants in the state and there will be no problem of electricity in the area for at least 20 years. Chief Minister said that from Bhopalpatnam to Taragaguda W.B.M. Road construction is also increasing rapidly. It will also be submerged. Bridges are also being constructed on this road. On the request of the District Panchayat member Shri Vasant Tati, the Chief Minister assured the Chief Minister that he would soon get the construction of barbet fencing and platform in the paddy production centers for safe storage of paddy in Bhopalapatnam area. Chief Minister Mr. Ajay Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Aman Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary of the Home Department, Shri. Mrs. Vivek Dhand, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand, V.V.R. Subramanian, Principal Secretary, Panchayat and Rural Development Department, Shri R.P. The Secretary, Department of Health, Mr. Subrata Sahu, Secretary, Public Works Department, Mr. Subodh Kumar Singh, Secretary Food Department, Mrs Richa Sharma, Secretary, Department of Energy Mr. Siddharth Komal Pardeshi and other senior officials were present.

Raipur: Lok Suraj campaign: People will be able to get 430 centers in the district: Total 64 solution camps in the district will be organized

Like every year, from January 12 to March 31 this year, Lok SURAZE Campaign-2011 will be organized in three phases. Applications will be accepted from 12 to 14 January in the first phase to solve the problems of common people. In these scheduled dates people will be able to submit applications in 430 centers of Raipur district. In addition to this online, all the advertisements can be given by presenting the time of day and evening or self present. Applications can also be deposited in all the gram panchayats, district panchayats, municipal bodies, district panchayats, and solution boxes placed in the district collectorate. The second phase of the campaign will run from January 15 to March 11. During this time problems will be resolved according to the applications received from the people. In the third phase of the campaign i.e. from March 12 to March 31, 42 in the rural areas of the district and 22 in urban areas, thus total 64 solution camps will be organized. During the solution camp, people will be able to solve the problem by accepting applications.

Raipur: Free Health Check Camp for Journalists on January 11

According to information received from the Chief Medical and Health Officer, a one-day health check-up camp for the journalists and their families working in the district (parents, spouse, children) will be organized on January 11. The camp will be held from 11 am to 4 pm in the district hospital Pandy. Facilities of ECG, CBC, urine test, sugar test, sonography and X-ray will be available in the camp.


Tribal will write letters to the President, changing the governor, this is the reason

All tribal societies have been mobilized against the state government regarding the Land Revenue Code Amendment Bill. On Tuesday, the meeting of the government held in Circuit House, after the boycott by the society, was held in the emergency meeting of the society. In this, the condemnation motion was passed against the governor of Chhattisgarh.

Adivasi society also decided to boycott three ministers of the society Ramsevak Pakra, Mahesh Gagra and Kedar Kashyap. At the same time, the decision to write a letter to the President was also taken in the meeting to recall the Governor. Tribal society is opposing the bill of land revenue bill passed by the government.

An emergency meeting has been convened by the society on January 14.
All the legislators of the society have been asked to come inevitably. Also on February 10, there was also a warning of a fierce movement in the capital. This decision of tribal society has increased the concern of the government.
Significantly, the state government had amended the revenue lion by bringing a bill in the legislative assembly. Tribal society is opposing it. Tribal leader Sohan Potai, others along with Shishupal Sori talked to the media and informed about it.

Workshop organized by the Forest Department to stop the rising incidence of elephants

In the Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, forest department is organizing workshops in village-village these days to curb the menace of elephants and to prevent the rising of the elephants. In the workshop, the villagers were told to remove the elephants from the elephants and to keep the elephants away from the village and they were also given training.

At the same time, the DFO Pankaj Rajput in Hathi-affected Jashpur district has been trying to convince the people that the elephants do not come out from here, but there is a residual of wild elephants for hundreds of years in Sarguja and Jashpur.

He said that many tips have been given in the workshop to keep people safe from elephants. On the other hand, information about the arrival of elephants from the Gajmeetras in the workshop is being discussed, besides the villagers, measures to keep the elephants away from the village, including giving to the forest department.

Such efforts of forest department have reduced the number of deaths in elephant attacks in Jashpur. In the past 1 year, elephant attacks have killed only 3 villagers. There is also a decrease in the loss of houses and crops due to which the elephants are considered to not be disturbed by the villagers.

Jogi, when his close friends were given the post in the Congress, said, "It is an internal matter of the party"

Chhattisgarh Janata Congress supremo Ajit Jogi, on Tuesday, went on a tour of Garia Bandh district on Tuesday. During this time, he participated in Prajapati Brahmakumari Ashram's program at Kopra. After this, farmers and workers in Khairjity came to attend the conference. At the end of the day, he reached Fingeshwar and went to the senior Congress leader Raja Mahendra Bahadur Singh. Although Ajit Jogi has described his meeting as a courtesy visit.

He said that Mahendra Bahadur Singh has a very old identity in his life. He is also his guide.

Let us tell you that these meetings have happened only two days after the expansion of the Congress organization, even at that time when the Congress played a double game in front of Ajit's close friends. By doing so, Congress has strengthened its organization on the one hand, on the other hand, on the other side, Aajit has been removed from the people in the Congress.

However, Ajit Jogi told the meeting with Raja Mahendra Bahadur as a general meeting and told him that his closest friends in the Congress were given the post as an internal matter of the party. Simultaneously, this time his government will be formed in Chhattisgarh. At the same time he said that sometimes the words say nothing more than the circumstances itself.

Chhattisgarh Kaun Banega CM, politics begins to claim

Even in the state of Chhattisgarh, the assembly elections are due in the end of this year, but there has been a rift over CM's face. Both the BJP and the Congress are not unanimous about the claim of CM post in major political parties. Congress, where after the election results, the CM is talking about declaring the candidate's name. At the same time BJP is not speaking openly to contest the election by doing a CM project for Dr. Raman Singh.

Chhattisgarh, a state where BJP won Dr. Raman Singh as Chief Minister by winning the last three elections. But for the last few days, the BJP has been rumored to launch Dr Raman Singh for the fourth term as a CM project. Whether it is the matter of the National General Secretary Saroj Pandey, or all the other big leaders, the next election is talking about fighting the PM's face.

It is not that this situation remains only in Bhapja. In the Congress it is more or less the same situation.
In the election year Rahul Gandhi may have made jumbo committees but no face has been projected as CM. For the past 15 years, other leaders of the ruling BJP, who consider themselves as equivalent to CM, are engaged in the same context when Raman Singh's address is clear and he can claim as a CM. There are more than half a dozen names in the list of such leaders.

For 15 years, the same situation has remained in the Congress Party, which is headed for the Opposition desert. There are many other leaders including Bhupesh Baghel, TS Sinhdev, Charan Das Mahant, Ravindra Choubey, Satyanarayan Sharma, Amarjeet Bhagat, Kawasya Lakhma, and the dream of becoming CM. The BJP is targeting the Congress on all these halts.

Who will be the next CM of Chhattisgarh? It will tell you the time to come, but it is certain that between the RAR, on the CM post, it is certain whether the ruling BJP or the opposition party will face CM's face in both the parties. Has come.

Hindi attained status of global language: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister greets citizens on International Hindi Day

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today greeted the citizens of the State and the country on the auspicious occasion of 'International Hindi Day' tomorrow 10th January. Dr. Raman Singh in a message on the eve of International Hindi Day said that Hindi binds all Indians and now it had attained popularity and identity all over the globe.  According to one survey Hindi is the second most widely spoken language in the entire world after Chinese Mandarin. English stands at third spot.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh appealed to the citizens to make Hindi popular all over the globe. He added that it is a matter of pride for all of us that International Hindi Day is celebrated on 10th January.  Dr. Raman Singh said that Hindi is widely spoken in Mauritius, Fiji, Surinam, Trinidad, United Arab Emirates (Dubai), England, America and where ever Indians have settled. Hindi is widely spoken in most of these countries. First World Hindi Sammelan was held on 10th January 1975 at Nagpur. The Union Government had started observing International Hindi Day since 2006.

Dr. Raman Singh said that our great leaders with foresight gave the status of Official Language to Hindi on 14th September 1949. The regional languages have their own heritage and rich culture. Hindi is largely spoken all over the country.    

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