Dr. Raman Singh meets two thousand visitors at "Jan Darshan"

Dr. Raman Singh sanctions works worth Rs 97 lakh    

Raipur : Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today met about two thousand citizens at the weekly 'Jan Darshan' programme at his official residence. He heard their grievances patiently and gave necessary instructions to the concerned department officials. He met a delegation of Baiga Adivasis from district Kabirdham who complained regarding the land pattas. Dr. Raman Singh called upon the Kabirdham District Collector and ordered him to resolve the tribals' issue as early possible. About 110 Baiga tribals' families informed the Chief Minister that they are residing at the village Dhamgarh tehsil Pandaria district Kabirdham for the past 80 years and doing farming. In the year 1975 the State Government had allotted them pattas also. The Revenue Department officers collected the land pattas for conducting a survey in the year 2014 and never returned the pattas. Dr. Raman Singh assured the delegation that justice will be done as early as possible. Chief Minister met a lot of visitors from various parts of the State including the capital. There were many people's representatives, delegations and individual complaints.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh sanctioned 25 developmental works worth Rs 97 lakhs on the representations of panchs-sarpanchs and several public representatives. The works include cement roads, community halls and bridges culverts. He sanctioned funds to 67 seriously ill patients from the Sanjeevni Trust and directed the 57 ill patients to the Ambedkar Hospital for free medical treatment. Dr. Raman Singh met several tribals and directed the concerned department officials to resolve their grievances as early as possible.

A delegation of sarpanchs and other representatives from Gram Panchayats Arjuni, Korgapaar and Devri Development block Gunderdehi district Balod in a  memorandum requested the Chief Minister that drinking water should be augmented to the region from Khapri water reservoirs. Survey had been completed under the 'Nal-Jal' project. Dr. Raman Singh directed the memorandum to the Public Health Engineering  Department for necessary action and perusal.

A delegation of villagers from Gram Panchayat Badedevgaon Tehsil Kharsiya district Raigarh in a memorandum requested the Chief Minister to upgrade the Government High School to Higher Secondary School at Badedevgaon. Chief Minister directed the request to School Education Department.



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