Raipur

Raipur: Kochi and Sharaabi now start scared to get out of the house, this is the power of the women power of Chhattisgarh: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister said: 42 lakh school children of the state
Sewing work for women groups
Launch of Women Police Self Service Scheme 'Chetna'

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has especially appreciated the role of women in public awareness against the social evil of liquor in the state. They have said that women involved in Bharat Mata Vahini and women's commons have changed the atmosphere of Chhattisgarh in such a way that now both people of Kochi and Sharaabi are scared to get out of the house. Dr. Singh said that this is only the power of women that in the direction of prevention of illegal liquor in the state, the captive captive has got a great success. Accidents have decreased. Dr. Singh was addressing the inauguration ceremony of the women police self-service scheme "Chetna" in Aparanhan district headquarters in the district today. He also blessed the volunteers selected for this scheme and also released the souvenir of the scheme. Simultaneously, he also gave the selected women kit for book use etc. in the scheme. It is notable that for the scheme, the districts of Durg and Korea (Baikunthpur) have been selected as pilot projects. Self-employed volunteers will also be given training. The Chief Minister said in the inauguration ceremony- Women empowerment campaign is getting success in Chhattisgarh through women self-help groups. The work of sewing of Uniforms of school children is also being given to these groups. Dr. Singh said that the work of sewing school uniforms of about 42 lakh schoolchildren is being done by women self-help groups of the state. On the request of the Minister of Women and Child Welfare and Social Welfare Smt. Ramsheela Sahu, the Chief Minister announced the deployment of Women Police Self Service Officer in every ward of urban bodies along with all Gram Panchayat areas of Durg and Korea districts. More than 9 thousand women police volunteers will be deployed in both districts. Of these, more than five thousand women will be from Durg district. Dr. Singh said - It is a matter of happiness that in the direction of empowerment of women, Chhattisgarh government has given 50 percent reservation to women in three-level panchayats, but more than 65 percent of women are elected and led by villagers.

    Dr. Raman Singh lauded the women police self-service scheme during the celebration of the Chief guest and said that this scheme will become a medium of women's consciousness and awakening. With the spirit of duty and responsibility, these sisters will lead the society in the form of self-employed and will play an important role in protecting women from domestic violence and harassment. Simultaneously, he will also try to give women the benefit of the needy women by giving information about the schemes related to the women welfare schemes like Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Scheme, Chhattisgarh Mahila Kosh Scheme, Mahila Jagruti Camp, Chief Minister Kanya Viva Yojana, Mahatari Express. Dr. Singh said that women police volunteers will become the focal points for successful implementation of government schemes. Dr. Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the only and only state of the country which has established the Sakhi One Stop Center in all its 27 districts to help the distressed women. This is a unique plan of its kind in the country. Similarly, Women Helpline 181 is also being operated. In order to assist women suffering from domestic violence, the state government has also appointed protection officers in all 27 districts.

    The Chief Minister said that the women police will also have a mobile phone in the hands of self-help, through which they can talk directly to the minister, MPs and superintendents of their district about women's problems. Calling on Mahatari Express-102, the women themselves will be able to send themselves to the pregnant mothers of their area in hospitals for delivery. Dr. Singh said that with the efforts of the Chhattisgarh government today, the rate of malnutrition including infant mortality rate and infant mortality rates has also decreased considerably and we are in a very good position in the whole country. Women police volunteers also need to see that no needy women should be deprived of treatment.

    Dr. Raman Singh said that under the Ujjwala scheme, women of 18 lakh poor families will be given only LPG connection and cylinder for registration fee of Rs. 200. Prime Minister Shri Modi has increased the target of this scheme from 5 crore to 8 crore across the country. Dr. Singh also informed about the Noni Suraksha Yojna of the Chhattisgarh government and said that after the birth of daughter in poor families, the government will deposit five thousand rupees five years in the name of that newborn baby. When the daughter is 18, she will get one lakh rupees. The Chief Minister congratulated and selected women as women's volunteer women and congratulated them. Women and Child Development Minister, Smt. Ramsheela Sahu also addressed the function. Minister of Higher education and technical education of the state, Shri Premprakash Pandey, Minister of Women and Child Development and Social Welfare, Smt. Ramsheela Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary to Home Department, Mr. Prof. Bachchand Bafna, Lok Sabha MP, Mr. Tamardhuj Sahu, State Women, at the launch ceremony of Women Police Self Service Scheme The Chairman of the Commission Smt Harshita Pandey and MLA of the fort Shri Arun Vora, MLA of Ahivara Shri Nvlram Dahre, MLA Vasalinagr Mr. Vidyartn Bhasin, District Panchayat President Smt Maya Belchandn mayor fortification senior representatives, Women and Child Development Department of the Secretary, including Mrs. Chandrika Chandrakar Mrs. Mkgeeta, Collector Shri Umesh Aggarwal, IGP Mr. GP Singh, Superintendent of Police Shri




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