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Farmers of Janjgir-Champa created history in production of paddy: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that the farmers of Janjgir-Champa district had created history in production of paddy with sheer dint of hard work and determination. The farmers of Chhattisgarh feed the citizens of six states. Dr. Raman Singh was addressing a massive public meeting yesterday at Janjgir as a part of State-wide 'Vikas Yatra. The district is racing ahead in the field of development. The district is famous since Jajval Dev-1 of Tenth century had a rich cultural heritage and hoary past.  Janjgir-champa tops the list in production of paddy. Dr. Raman Singh said that he pays respects to the 'annadata' farmers. Earlier the district was famous for migration and now it tops the list of paddy producing districts.
Dr. Raman Singh dedicated , laid foundation stones and  performed 'bhoomipujan' of 65 developmental works worth Rs 245 crore 77 lakh. He dedicated 16 developmental works worth Rs 19.31 crore and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 49 works worth Rs 226 crore 45 lakh. He laid the foundation stones of Rs 125 crore 84 lakh Seepat-Baloda-Ursa road and Rs 68 crore 93 lakh Janjgir-Paamgarh road.
Chief Minister transferred 'Paddy Bonus' worth Rs 200 crore to about one lakh 36 thousand farmers of Janjgir-Champa district. He distributed 'Population Lease' (Abaadi Pattas) to 9956 families and relief materials and cheques to 12 thousand villagers. He gave away cycles to 5200 workers and safety tools to 6300 workers.
While referring to the tumultuous welcome en route to Janjgir Vikas Yatra, Dr. Raman Singh said that even 80-year-old was seen blessing him. The subsidized rice scheme is successful because of the blessings of elderly ladies. Chief Minister said that Janjgir-Champa district is a fine confluence of saints-farmers' culture (Rishi-Krishi). He added that several schemes had been launched for the socio-economic welfare of deprived sections of the society and farmers and hard-working citizens. The workers lay smooth roads. Proposals worth Rs 250 crore are being implemented. The social-welfare projects had brought the poor citizens on one platform.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that all the hamlets will be electrified in four months' period. He gave details of Information Technology Revolution and Prime Minister's 'Ayushman Bharata' Yojana. He added that Rs One lakh subsidy had been re-introduced on providing electricity to irrigation pumps to farmers. 'Flat Rate' will be charged on electricity to farmers on more than one irrigation pumps. 
Assembly Speaker Mr. Gowrishankar Agrawal, Panchayat and District In-Charge Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar , MP Mrs. Kamala Devi Patle, Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Ambesh Jangde, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Singh Sawanni, Former Assembly Deputy Speaker Mr. Narayan Chandel, Ex-MLA Mr. Shourabh Singh and several prominent citizens were also present.
Dr. Raman Singh dedicated GNM Training Centre building built at a cost of Rs 8.40 crore, electric sub-station at Pendri and Putpura built at a cost of Rs crore 15 lakh, high school building built at a cost of Rs 98 lakh at village Birhani and Higher - middle School building at village Madwa built at a cost of Rs 95 lakh. 

 

                

 




Vikas Yatra 2018 : Chief Minister inaugurates-lay foundation of 27 construction works worth Rs 302 crore


During his today's tour under state-wide Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh unveiled 27 construction works worth nearly Rs 302 crore at the massive public gathering held in Bamhanidih of Janjgir-Champa district. Dr Singh inaugurated 10 completed construction works worth nearly Rs 132 crore 51 lakh and laid foundation of 17 new works worth nearly Rs 169 crore 51 lakh. He transferred paddy bonus worth Rs 200 crore to the bank accounts one lakh 32 thousand farmers of the district at a click, at the general assembly held today in Bamhanidih. He distributed 'aabaadi patta' to 10 thousand 369 families, bicycles to 2600 labourers, safety equipments to 3050 labourers and tricycle to 25 disable beneficiaries.

Announcing the sanction of bridge construction in Hasdeo River near Bamhanidih, Dr Singh said in his address to the general assembly that provisions for the bridge will be made in upcoming budget. He also announced that the venue of general assembly (playground) will be developed as a better stadium. Works inaugurated by Chief Minister include Shivrinarayan-Birra-Champa Road worth Rs 122 crore, Belkari-Bavanmudi Road built at the cost of Rs one crore 93 lakh, Bhadora-Jagodipa Road worth Rs one crore 78 lakh, and Jaijaipur Main Road to Shikarinar Road worth Rs one crore 73 lakh. Chief Minister also inaugurated 33/11 KV power substation worth Rs one crore 10 lakh in village Khairjhiti in the general assembly. Chief Minister did bhumi-pujan and laid foundation of 32-km Sakti-Tundri Road worth Rs 95 crore, 18-km long Chhoteseepat-Faraswani Road, Boys hostel of 100-seat capacity worth Rs two crore 72 lakh in Hasaud, Tribal Ashram for boys worth Rs one 62 lakh in Guchkuliya and boys' hostel building in Odekera worth Rs one crore 52 lakh.

 



Janjgir-Champa sees confluence of saints-farmers' culture: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that in Janjgir-Champa one can witness fine confluence of saints and farmers' culture and immense possibilities of industrial development. If someone is keen on observing development one should visit Janjgir-Champa where 82 % irrigation facilities had been provided. The district tops in agricultural production. Dr. Raman Singh was addressing a massive gathering at development block headquarter Bahmnideeh district Janjgir-Champa.
Chief Minister dedicated, laid foundation stones and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 27 developmental works worth Rs 302 crore. He also distributed paddy bonus worth Rs 200 crore to about 32 thousand farmers Online. He sanctioned a bridge over Hasdeo river on Bahmnideeh-Daheeda route and said that provision will be made in the next Budget. The distance between Bahmnideeh - Nawagarh will be reduced considerably. He also announced the construction of stadium at the place where current meeting was being held.
Dr. Raman Singh expressed his gratitude over the huge gathering of farmers, villagers and workers in spite of scorching heat and sultry weather conditions. Referring to the Vikas Yatra launched on 12th of this month he said that the yatra had turned into 'Vishwas Yatra' of the large number of common citizens. Chief Minister while referring to King Jajwalya Dev said that Janjgir Champa located on the banks of Hasdeo river had a hoary past with rich cultural heritage. Legends like freedom fighter Barrister Chedilal, literary giant Pandit Mukutghar Pande, Pandit Lochan Prasad Pande had made  this land pious.
Chief Minister threw light on the various policies and social-welfare programmes of the Central and State Governments. The main aim of vikaas is to alleviate the sufferings of the deprived sections of the society and make lives of poor easier by providing them amenities. Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country to allocate subsidized rice and free Iodized salt to the poor and needy. Health Insurance Scheme provides coverage up to Rs 50 thousand to poor and ill patients. Smart Cards had been allocated to almost 95 per cent of the population.
Dr. Raman Singh said that Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's 'Ayushman Bharat' project will help health coverage up to Rs Five lakh. Patients suffering from heart, kidney and cancer diseases will benefit from the scheme. Chief Minister said that entire State is being connected with road, rail air and electricity network. Steps are being taken to up link the ten thousand gram panchayats with high-quality Internet facilities. Optical fibre network is being laid up to distance of six thousand kilometer under the Bharat Net Project. 'Smart Phones' will be distributed to 50 lakh families under the Information Revolution Project.
Dr. Raman Singh gave details of the new concessions announced for the farmers. He said that 'Flat Rate' will be charged over and above the consumption of 7, 500 units of electricity consumed by the farmers. The farmers can use more than one irrigation pump and still will be charged 'Flat Rate'. Chief Minister said that subsidy of Rs One lakh had been reintroduced on irrigation pump connections. Panchayat Raj Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, MP Mrs. Kamaladevi Patle, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Ambesh Jangde, MLA Dr. Khilawan Sahu, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Swanni and senior officers of several departments were also present.    

 



Arrested woman raped in house, accused arrested


A sensational case has been reported from a woman in the Janjgir Champa district of Chhattisgarh to enter the house and commit rape. The accused has been arrested by the police on the complaint of the woman. In fact, the woman was sleeping alone in the house, only then the accused youth entered the house and was able to execute this evil.

At present, the victim has been arrested by the police on the complaint of a victim woman. The case is from village Harethi of Sakshi police station area of ​​Janjgir Champa district. The entire family of the woman had gone to the marriage ceremony in the nearby village. Taking advantage of the opportunity during this time, the accused Youth Karmraj Patel got into the woman's room. During this, the accused threatened the woman and raped her. At the same time, when the lady returned from the marriage ceremony to her family, she immediately went to the police station and filed her complaint.

On the basis of written complaint of family and victim woman, the police filed a case against the accused. After this, the police arrested the accused and arrested the accused Khemraj Patel. At present, the accused has been sent to jail in judicial custody.




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