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Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singhgave Jashpur District work to about 92 crores

During the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated 199 construction works and Bhumi Pujan in the General Assembly held at Pathholgaon, a divisional headquarters of Jashpur district, about 199 crore 91 lakh rupees. Out of this, Dr. Singh inaugurated 61 works worth Rs. 15.77 crore and made Bhumi Pujan of 138 different works of Rs. 76 crore. Apart from this, the Chief Minister distributed checks and assistance amount of Rs 20 lakh to 14 thousand 143 beneficiaries under various schemes.

The work that the Chief Minister inaugurated in the General Assembly, a high level bridge built on the river Eb, costing about Rs. 5 crore, a high level bridge on Mani river at a cost of about three and a half million rupees, on the Lava river at a cost of 2 crore 65 lakhs. Built-in high level bridges, the cost of Rs 65 lakhs includes chilli processing unit installed in Loro of village Sana.
Among the works undertaken by Dr. Singh in the assembly, 47.77 lakh rupees was spent at the cost of Rs. 47.77 crore, Rani Ghat-Garden Marg widening and strengthening work, Rs. 18 crores 49 lacs to Kailash cave road construction from Gaibuda, The 100 seater pre-matric tribal girl hostel built at a cost of Rs.17.77 million, 7 market sheds of Rs.14 million and costing Rs.17 million. 49 cement concrete roads are included.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh distributed 3200 beneficiaries in the general assembly under the Sky Scheme, the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme to the 5000 beneficiaries, the gas connection, the cycle, tools and other materials to 34 beneficiaries. Dr. Singh distributed checks of Rs. 18 lakhs for various schemes under various schemes like Tiffin and 135 beneficiaries to 5774 beneficiaries under MNREGA Tiffin scheme.


The poor will not have to sell the land & house for treatment now: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that poor families will not have to sell their land and home for treatment now. The 'Ayushman Bharat Yojana' scheme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will help the poor families to get Rs 5 lakhs for the treatment of serious diseases. In the plan, treatment of serious diseases like liver, heart, cancer, brain tumor will be treated. No help will be needed to help the poor families in front of anyone.

Dr. Singh was addressing the massive General Body Meeting held during the Atal Vikas Yatra in Pathholgaon, Tehsil headquarters in Jashpur district today. In the General Assembly, the Chief Minister inaugurated 199 works of 199 crores, Bhumi Pujan and Shilanyas. He also distribute various materials, checks, amount etc. to the 15 thousand beneficiaries under various public welfare schemes of the state government.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said in the General Assembly that in the development case, Jashpur district has created a new identity across the country including Chhattisgarh. Taking the training from skill upgradation scheme, the youth here are not only getting jobs in other states like Mumbai and Delhi, but in the last two years, the children of Jashpur have also got good results in the board exams.
He said that there will be more than 5 times development work in this zone in the coming time. The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh is the highest paying state of paddy in the country. Paddy will be purchased at a support price from November 1. This year, along with the purchase of the paddy, the bonus amount will also be paid simultaneously. He said that by adding three hundred rupees bonus and 200 rupees increased support price, the farmers will be paid Kamran Paddy @ 2050 rupees per quintal and taped paddy @ 2070 quintals this year.
The Chief Minister said that he said that the State Government has given the option of 12 lakh families with Single Light Connection to the rate of agreement on flat rate, to give these families 100 rupees per month on consumption of more than 30 units. He said that under the Communication Revolution Scheme for empowerment of women, about 40 lakh women are being provided free smart phones. During the development tour, bonus amount of about 750 crores is being distributed to the Tendupta collectors.
He said that under the Pradhanmantri Awas Yojana scheme, by 2022, there is a goal of providing housing to all the residents. Parliamentary Secretary Shri Shivshankar Pankara also addressed the General Sabha.
On this occasion, Rajya Sabha member Mr. Ranvijay Pratap Singh Judeo, Mr. Krishan Kumar Rai, Chairman of Khadi Village Industries Board, Mr. Bharat Sai, Chairman, Small Vanopage Board, Mr. Vinayak Sen, Kunukuri MLA Mr. Rohit Sai, along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.


Jashpur district is establishing new record of development : Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that Jashpur is establishing a new record of district development, in which the garden sector has also made significant contribution. Dr. Singh expressed this idea in 'Atal Vikas Yatra' organized in the playground of the district panchayat headquarter garden here today. On the occasion, Chief Minister handed over development works worth more than Rs. 138 crore 23 lakhs. 
Among them 61 bhumi pujjan of 61 different construction works costing Rs. 65 crores 98 lacs and 284 different construction works costing Rs. 56 crores were released. In the General Assembly, Chief Minister distributed 46,611 beneficiaries under various schemes to the tune of Rs. 16 crore 20 lakhs.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that "Atal Vikas Yatra" has been started from Dengargarh since 5th September to take the development towards new heights. It is a journey of development, is the journey of the development of Chhattisgarh and I call it a pilgrimage. He said that Jashpur district, which was once called backward in development, is ahead in many areas of development today.
The children of Jashpur district have also introduced their talent, the children are studying at Medical College, IIT and NIT. The Chief Minister said that the children of Jashpur district have done a good job in the field of skill upgradation and are also working in other states of the country. He said that good work has also been done in the direction of reducing malnutrition rates in Jashpur district
The malnutrition rate, which was 43 percent earlier, has now come down to 27 percent. Similarly, good work has been done in the field of vaccination and institutional delivery.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that under the Sadbhavna Yojana, electricity will reach 7 lakh 40 thousand households in the state and no wages and mercury will remain powerless. He said that the benefit of the good luck plan will be to the people of hill areas like Jashpur. The Chief Minister said that the collection rate of Tandupta was Rs 450, which has been increased to Rs 2500
Bonus is also being given to Tandupta collectors. He said that the support price of paddy has been increased by Rs. 200 per quintal by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi this year. Thereby, the support price of paddy has gone upto Rs. 1700. The amount of Rs.300 / - per quintal will be given on the purchase price on the support price by the state government. He said that the state government has decided to give relief to 12 lakh poor families of the state in the Sahasraksh electricity scheme which spent more than 40 units.
At flat rates, electricity will now be paid only 100 rupees per month. He said that more than 2500 solar pumps have been set up in Jashpur district. The Chief Minister said that 40 lakh sisters are being provided smart phones under Sky Scheme, which is a big example of women empowerment.
He said that under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, poor people will get assistance of Rs. 5 lakhs for the treatment of major diseases. The Chief Minister assured the proper action in connection with the demands presented on this occasion. On the first meeting of the Chief Minister, the Chief Minister reviewed the development exhibition imposed by different departments.
Shri Ranvijay Pratap Singh Judeo, Chairman of KhadiGramOdyog Board Shri Krishna Kumar Rai, Parliamentary Secretary Shri Shivshankar Pakra, Kunukuri MLA Shri Rohit Sai, President of Banopage Board Mr. Bharat Sai, President of District Panchayat Smt. Gomti Sai, Vice President of District Panchayat Shri Prabal Pratap Singh Judeo, Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr. Subodh Kumar Singh, Mr. Taman Singh Sonwani, Commissioner, Sargoja Division and Police Many public representatives and large number of villagers were present along with Inspector General Mr. Himanshu Gupta.


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh gave a Development fund of Rs. 122 crores in the Bagicha (Jashpur)

Jashpur ; Bagicha The Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated 345 different works and bhumi pujan at the cost of approximately 122 crores in the General Assembly held in the Garden Development Headquarters of Jashpur District under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Out of these, 61 people of 61 works of Bhumi Pujan and Rs 56 crore 284 different works were released.
On this occasion, Dr. Singh distributed checks and amounts of rupees 16 crore 21 lakh rupees to the 47 thousand beneficiaries in different beneficial schemes of the state government on this occasion. Out of these, 41 thousand 737 distributed to the Tendupta collectors Rs. 15 crore 78 lakhs Tandupta Bonus, and in the Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana distributed more than five thousand women to LPG cylinders and stove.

Among the works which the Chief Minister inaugurated, 132/33 KV built at Khotera costing 16 crores 18 lakh rupees. Souvenir Anicat built in Dokki river in the garden at a cost of Rs.36.22 million, Pongro Aninet in Ghaghri river at a cost of Rs.27.8 million, 55.26m in Lava river at a cost of Rs.27 million. The 33/11 KV power sub-station set up at a cost of Rs. 26 million rupees is built in Spawn's multi-purpose bridge and Runpur.
The newly sanctioned works undertaken by Dr. Singh include Samadma Annikat, built at a cost of 15 crores 10 lacs, 500 seater children in Jashpur costing Rs 14.77 crores, Girl Hostel hostel building, 7 crores 52 lacs The cost of rupees includes Chadia Annikat, Indoor Stadium built at Kunkuri at a cost of Rs. 2 crore 83 lakhs, and 100 citre hill Korwa Balak Ashram, built in Jashpur with a cost of Rs. 2 crore 12 lakhs.
On this occasion, Shri Shivshankar Pakra, Parliamentary Secretary, Rajya Sabha MP, Shri Ranvijay Pratap Judeo, Vice President of Sarguja Development Authority, Mr. Rajsharan Bhagat, President of Chhattisgarh Khadi Gram Industries Board, Mr. Krishan Kumar Rai, President of Chhattisgarh Small Forest Post Co-operative Association Shri Bharat Mr. Prabal Pratap Singh, Vice President, Zilla Panchayat, Jashpur, along with many public representatives and rural big organizations Were present in Khayya.


Announcement of tribals of these villages in Jashpur, now our government

The Home Ministry of India has removed the name of Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh from the list of Naxal-affected districts. After the removal of Jashpur from the Naxal-affected district, tribals have opened a front against the government here. Adivasis have started the practice of Pathholgir while claiming to lift their voices.

The words of the government have been raised in the words written in Pathholgiri and it is seen as separatists or the nukasal ideology of the government. On Sunday, Jashpur did not have any representative of the government in the event of tribals. It is discussed that the government has either made the tribals freehand or ignored it as a strategy.

From 22 in the morning on April 22, thousands of tribals of three villages in the village Vikkhkhand's Bachharan established Pathhalgadhi under the banner of Sarv Adivasi Samaj.
Writing the contents of the constitution in Siharandand, Butanga, Bachharon, the villagers are saying that they do not get full rights of tribals on water, forest and land.

Adivasis say that we are not being given the benefit of the fifth schedule. By putting Pathagari, this village will be governed by the tribal Gram Sabha government. It is clear that this village has now declared itself free from non-tribals and government intervention.

During this rally of tribals organized in Jashpur and during the general assembly, no single police personnel were present on the spot.
Nor was there any representation of local administration. In these villages, the tribal society has gathered in preparation of Pathaldhari. In Bachharon, despite the ban of the administration, the youth have prepared stone carpets.

If tribal leaders like Joseph Jigga and Kundan Panna believe in the tribal people, they want to tell the non-tribals by writing about the constitutional rights given by Baba Ambedkar that this area belongs to the tribals and according to the customary practice, apart from the Gram Panchayat, All will be ruled.

In addition to Article 244 of Indian Constitution, Article 19, apart from making decisions of the Supreme Court, would like to establish a village government. By them, it has been written in Pathargarh that there is no inch of land in the Scheduled Areas of the Central Government or the State Government. Non-tribal or non-tribal villages in the government's tribal villages will not do any work without permission.

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