Raipur: 31st episode of 'Raman Ke Gote' from Akashwani


Raipur : Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said in his monthly radio talk 'Raman Ke Gote' broadcast from Raipur center of Aakashwani this morning that our plans are not made in the air conditioned (AC) room of the Ministry, but also among the villages, the poor and the farmers It is formed in the squads.
In his radio broadcast, the Chief Minister said in his radio broadcasts: From the village Suraj to Lok Sarraj Abhiyan and from Mahadarshan to the tour of the villages, the information I get from the general public becomes the basis for our upcoming budget. He told the audience in his radio program that the state government had also decided to start the 'Chief Minister Pension Scheme' this year.
In this scheme, three lakh people will be included, who have been found to be highly deprived in the socio-economic survey of 2011 and are deprived of pension, budget provision has also been made for this. Dr. Singh said - The budget of the Government of Chhattisgarh is constantly increasing.
In the financial year 2003-04, the state budget was just Rs.9770 crore, which has increased to Rs. 83 thousand 189 crore for the year 2018-19. Our budget of the fifteenth year is nine times bigger than our first year. This size of the budget is indicative of continuous growth. The 31st episode of 'Raman ke Gote', like the past thirty episodes, also heard people in all the districts of the state today with great enthusiasm.
The Chief Minister said that for the farmers, the state government has made a provision of 13 thousand 480 crores in the new budget, which is 29 percent more than the previous year. Twenty thousand 645 crore rupees have been earmarked for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the new budget. The Chief Minister said in the radio talk - generally the bonus of paddy is discussed.
Surely, we will give the bonus of paddy this year as per our promise, but you will be surprised to know that more than the bonus we give to our farmers for free electricity and this year will also be given. Therefore, in the new budget provision of two thousand 107 crores for the bonus of paddy and the concessional electricity to the farmers has been provided for two thousand 975 crores. Dr. Singh said that a provision has been made to open six agricultural colleges- Jashpur, Chhikhhandan, Korba, Gurud, Griyaband and Mahasamund in the new budget.
In the radio talk, the Chief Minister mentioned the Lok SURAZ campaign and said - In this campaign, the public does not have to come to the government, but the government itself reaches the public. In the 31st episode of 'Raman ki Goth', the Chief Minister started information from today on March 11 and informed about the third phase of the state-wide Lok Suraj campaign which runs till March 31. He informed that during this time a solution camp will be organized between every ten gram panchayats.
The government will reach out to the people of government hospitals, hostels, school colleges, tehsil offices, ration shops, anganwadi centers, bus stands and farm pothis to the four capsules. I will go into any of these villages and reach these districts in any district. Where good work will be received, there will be appreciated and where there will be disturbances, action will be taken.
He also said that in this campaign, from the Chief Minister to all the Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries, MLAs, Members of MPs, Panchayats and Urban bodies and from Chief Secretary to Patwari.
Dr. Raman Singh told the residents in his radio broadcasts- "I am very excited and happy that through the people's Suraj campaign I am getting an opportunity to become popular with you people." He also told the audience about the various decisions taken by the government in the interest of the women of the state and their implementation.
The Chief Minister said that against the target of 35 lakhs in the state under Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, so far, 18 lakh women have been given LPG connections only for the registration fee of Rs.200. They are also given a double burner stove and the first fully loaded cylinder. Looking at the health and safety of the school going daughters, they are being given sanitary napkins under the Shuchita plan.
In the first phase, sanitary napkin vending machines and incense machines were installed in two thousand government schools of 20 districts and three lakh daughters were linked to this scheme. Now we will install these machines in all high schools and colleges in the state so that one million girls will be able to avail this facility.



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