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Raipur: The dream of Antitoya being realized in remote areas: Dr. Raman Singh: Vikas Yatra reached Naxal violence victim Sukma district


Raipur: The dream of Antitoya being realized in remote areas: Dr. Raman Singh: Vikas Yatra reached Naxal violence victim Sukma district

Construction of more than 83 crores in the public meeting of Gadiras
50 lakh for mini stadium and
Announcement of one crore rupees for gauravpath

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh reached the village Gadiras of Sukma district of south-west end of Chhattisgarh today on the second day of the statewide development tour. He inaugurated various construction works of Bhandupuzhan and Shilanyasa for around 83 crore 35 lakh rupees for this area, suffering from Naxal violence and tribal areas. Dr. Singh addressed a huge public meeting on this occasion.

Dr. Singh said that since the better implementation of various schemes of the state and central government, the dream of Antyodaya is also being realized in the remote areas of Chhattisgarh. In the last 14 years, the Government has had good success in relieving Chhattisgarh from the suffering of hunger and migration. The development of the state has been possible only by positive thinking towards the hard work, passion and development of the public. This development tour is a sacred work to thank the people of Chhattisgarh for participating in the development of the state.

They also announced the construction of a mini stadium at Gadiras, at a cost of Rs 50 lakh, construction of bridge on the nearby Mangher river, including the Gaurav Path building at a cost of Rs one crore rupees. He said that this journey of Gadiras is like a pilgrimage to me. I have come here to seek public blessings. Our government works for five years and talks for development for the betterment of the public for five full years. Dr. Singh said that the pace of development will increase in areas such as Gadiras and it will be fourfold. Giving examples of the development works being done in Sukma district, Dr. Singh said that on the first day of development tour yesterday, 132 KV built at a cost of 23 crores 37 lakhs for Sukma district. The inauguration of the Electric Sub Station was completed at the hands of the Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh, which would solve the problem of power voltage in this area. He said that Sukma is the new district of Chhattisgarh. After its formation in the year 2012, about six years ago, there has been a lot of increase in the work of development here.

The Chief Minister said that 78 kilometer cement concrete road construction is being done at the cost of Rs. 350 crore from Sukma on the National Highway No.30, to the last city of Angola in the district. It is being constructed very fast. Joint District Office Building (Composite Building) has been constructed by the Public Works Department at a cost of Rs. 17 crores at District Headquarters. For the beautification of Sukma city, construction of Gaurav Path has been completed at a cost of 26 crores 06 lakhs. The building of 100-bed house has also been constructed at the cost of Rs 8 crore 06 lakh for the District Hospital. For connecting Kalimela of Odisha from Doranpal of the district, bridge construction has also been completed at Shabri river at a cost of Rs 10 crore 20 lakhs. While mentioning the Ayushman Bharat Scheme launched by the Central Government under the leadership of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister described it as the world's largest insurance scheme for the poor. He said that in this scheme, patients suffering from severe diseases will get treatment up to Rs 5 lakh. Dr. Raman Singh said that the Chhattisgarh government has increased wages of Tendupta collectors in the last 14 years from Rs. 450 per standard bag to Rs.25, 000, which will be extended to the villagers of Sukma district. The state government is providing full power free of cost to the farmers of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for irrigation. POTA Cabin is being operated for the education of children of Naxal violence victims families in Sukma district.




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