CM: Chief Minister meets more than two thousand people: Chief Minister on the issue of lease of Bagga tribal

Dr. Raman Singh listened to everyone

Approximately 97 lakh construction works sanctioned immediately

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh met the common people in the Jan Darshan program organized in his residence complex here today and heard the problems of the people. Dr. Singh took the memorandum of the delegation of the tribals from Bagga tribal from Kabirdham district immediately after taking cognizance and instructed the collector to ensure proper disposal of the problems related to the tribal lease at the earliest. The Chief Minister met with more than two thousand people of different districts of the state including Rajpura Raipur in today's Janarshan. Out of these 928 people were involved in various delegations, while 1,115 people submitted applications to the Chief Minister about his personal problems.

On the request of Panch-Sarpanchs and other people's representatives, the Chief Minister gave immediate approval for the construction work of around 97 lakh rupees, including works of CC Road, community building and bridges in 25 applications in today's Darshan. Dr. Singh approved 62 patients for sanitation fund and sanctioned 57 patients for medical treatment at Ambedkar Hospital affiliated to Medical College. Dr. Singh took the memorandum of the delegation of tribals from Bagga tribal from Kabirdham and immediately instructed the collector to ensure proper disposal of problems of tribals in the mobile phone. The delegation informed the Chief Minister that in the memorandum to the Chief Minister that about 110 families of BEGA tribals in the village Damagad under Pandaria tehsil area of ​​Kabirdham district are living and cultivated for the last 80 years. In the year 1975, they were given land lease by the government, but in the year 2014, the revenue officials of the area have deposited their land leases to investigate and till date they did not get the lease back of their land.

The Chief Minister assured the delegation that in this case, the tribal people of Bagga will be given justice. Gram Panchayat Arjuni, Korgapar and Deori (A) (Vikas-Ghundrehi) Sarpanchs and other representatives of District Balod, submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister urging them to provide drinking water supply to 10 villages from Khapri reservoir. He told the Chief Minister that the surveys have been completed for the Nal-Jal Yojna from this reservoir. When it is constructed, people of ten villages, including Arjuni, Sakaroud, Gorkapar, Khapri, Sarasida, Parsada, will get enough water.

The Chief Minister sent his memorandum to Secretary of Public Health Department for necessary action. Villagers of Gram Panchayat Baradevgaon (Tehsil Kharsia) District Raigad also met the Chief Minister. He handed over a memorandum to Dr. Singh and requested to upgrade the government high school of village Big Deogan in the form of Higher Secondary School. The Chief Minister sent his memorandum to the Education Minister Mr. Kedar Kashyap.


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