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Organized for organizing Legal Awareness Camp in Government Higher Secondary School, Nawapara Art

Surajpur 30 Jan

According to the information received from the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, in the direction of District and Sessions Judge Mr. DL katakwar, a legal awareness camp was organized on January 29, 2019, at Government Higher Secondary School, Nawapara Art.

In the above camp, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi said in his excellence that the Legal Services Authority, in a comprehensive way, resolved the problems of the common man with the problems related to justice, from the Taluka level to the Supreme Court. Providing free legal assistance is providing people with accessible and cheap justice.

But in the absence of information, people are still unable to take advantage of the free feature. Describing the functioning of the District Legal Services Authority and the State Legal Service Authority and the National Legal Services Authority and the legal advice of free legal aid, he said that the men and women belonging to the general category and backward classes whose annual income is not more than one lakh fifty thousand, leaving them Tax women,The child, the flood victims, the crazy person, a Scheduled Caste tribe person is eligible for free legal aid. Shri Tripathi informed about gender crimes in connection with the Protection of Children Act 2012 and said that keeping in view the rising gender crimes with the children, the constitution has been tightened by amending the Constitution.

He told that earlier girls were in the category of crime-teasing etc., but now the girl is going to see it with a bad eye after pursuing it without having to send a message through mobile or other medium to disturb the girl in the category of crime in the law. Come on, which are non-existent. They told that rape happens with teenage girls,So now the judge has the right to give him life imprisonment or death sentence. While giving detailed information regarding the Indian Penal Code 363, 366, 376, giving examples of crimes against electronic media (cyber crime) instructed children to be cautious and the Right to Information Act, the Prevention of Child Labor Act The information given to children is given in detail.

In the camp, PLV Shri Satya Narayan Singh told about the Tonehi torture act and said that in the name of superstition like Tonehi in Chhattisgarh, women are being tortured and tortured till their assassinations, they said that many thugs in the name of Tonio - Panda, Baba's shop is going on,Those who are pursuing their superstition like Tonehi in society are running their business. While it is non-bailable offense to identify tonehi in the name of Tonehi in the name of Tonehi or in the name of Tonehi, even then in the name of blind faith like Tonehi, women's murders and torture can be seen in papers, mainly due to rural There is a lack of education and awareness in the areas.He gave information about the services of Motor Vehicles Act, Domestic Violence, Sanchi Forest Stop Center in detail.

In the above camp, Mrs Hemant Singh, Principal of Navapara Arts, PLV Shri Umesh Kumar Rajwade, Teacher Degree Mr. Vikash Kumar Minj, Mr. Mahendra Kumar, Smt. Devendra Kumari, Savitri Kanwar, Sunchan Bharadwaj, Mr. Dinesh Kumar, Radheshyam Kiran were present.




Instructions for continuous monitoring in Paddy procurement centers Paddy procurement till Jan 31

In the directive of Surajpur Jan 29, 2019 / Collector Shri K.C.Devsenapati, during today's time-bound and public review, Mr. Sanjeev Jha, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, review meeting was held in connection with the purchase of District Officers in the meeting room of the Joint District Office. . Kharif marketing year 2018-19, there are 2 days left to purchase paddy, there is a strong apprehension about the consumption of illegal paddy by the coaches / intermediaries. District CEO Mr. Jha instructed the nominated officials to keep a watchful eye in the committee in these days and ensure the presence of nominated agricultural extension officer and patwari in all the committees and token of the paddy brought to farmers for sale by the farmers and sown rice. The probe has been directed to procure the same after patwari and agricultural extension officer. Also, instructions have been given to take action if found absent. They also directed the food officer and District Marketing Officer to bring the speed in the upturn of the paddy procured for adequate place for purchase of paddy in the committees.


Seven-day Special Rural Camp for National Service Scheme Unit Volunteers self aware villagers against cleanliness

According to information received from Surajpur 29 January 2019 / Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati, according to information received from Shri Om Prakash Rajwada, Program Officer, National Service Scheme, Government Child Higher Secondary School, Surajpur, Dr. Anil Sinha, Coordinator of National Service Scheme, District Organizer Prof. M.C. Himdhar and Under the guidance of Principal Lef Singh, Saint Gahir Guru University, Sarguja K Under-powered NSS unit governing child Higher Secondary School Surajpur the seven-day special starting on January 27, 2019 in rural camps organized block Surajpur village panchayat a recovery. On the second day of the camp cleanliness of about 150 meter was done by the volunteers. The construction of kachade belt near village panchayat building, cleaning of the local primary and eastern secondary school parri campus, cleaning of local deity, cleaning of the temple premises and cleaning of the streets. Program Officer, Shri Om Prakash Rajwade, in his intellectual debate, discussed the personality development through social service, various awards in the field of National Service Scheme, and the ability to be included in various national level camps. On this occasion, the villagers along with the volunteers were also present. On this occasion, the former Sarpanch Shri Sukal Rajwade, Shri Dharampal Rajwade, Shri Shivshankar Kushwaha had the commendable cooperation.

70 applications received in the present day

Surajpur, January 29, 2019 / In the directive of Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, today, in the meeting of the District Office of the Joint District Office, on the occasion of the Jan Darshan program, 70 applications from the remote to the villagers Received
In connection with the demand of forest rights lease by Shri Kailash of village generation under development block Surajpur in Collector's view, in relation to demand for lease of forest rights by Mrs. Dubaso of village Majri, after being killed in road accidents by Mrs. Bilasia of Ram Ramnagar village. Regarding the demand of financial assistance, Vikas block is under the supervision of Mr. Brijlal Sahu of Sonpur village under Bhayyathan Regarding obtaining assistance from Ganga, in relation to lodging of possession in the land by Mrs. Sushila Pati Ramas of village Sirsi, regarding the conduct of illegal encroachment in the government land by all the villagers of village Sirsi, Village Khadgwan under Vikaskhand Pratappur Regarding the demand for employment by Mr. Chandra Deo Kumar, Mr. Ashish Kumar of village Khargawan In relation to improving the check of the check, in connection with the complaint of grabbing a sticks on the land of the lease of land owned by Mrs. Sonakundar husband Bihakaram of village Hariharpur under Development Block Premanagar, under the development block, on the complaint of grabbing a stick on the strength of the staff, Mr. Sudeshwar Yadav of village Kedarpur Regarding the compensation of the land stranded, Mr. Tejal Jangade of village Premnagar has declared the Prime Minister's Residence Instructions to the District Officers for prompt disposal of applications received in connection with the complaint of not being given by the bank.
    On this occasion, SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, SDM Bhayyathan Smt. Jyoti Singh, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pankara, Project Administrator Mr. RK Sharma, Assistant Commissioner Dr. Lalit Shukla, Deputy Collector, Mr. Ravi Singh, Mr. Wahidur Rahman Shah, Naib Tehsildar, Shri Suresh Roy , Shri O.P. Singh, Smt. Garima Thakur, along with other District Officials and all the Chief Executive Officers, District Panchayat Sub Were Thit.

Detailed directions regarding the recognition of forest rights based on Scheduled Tribes and other traditional forest dwellers Act 2006 in the time limit meeting - Mr. Jha

In the direction of Surajpur Jan 29, 2019 / Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha instructed all the District Magistrates to make dividends by implementing departmental schemes in the time limit meeting today. On this occasion, Additional Collector Shri K.P.C. was present.
In the time-limit meeting, District CEO Shri Jha instructed to resolve the issue of income-caste-resident, pending cases of the High Court, Public Service Centers, to resolve the issues with the highest priority. He has asked the revenue officials to settle the income-caste-residence by placing camp. In relation to income-tax-related residence, how many camps were placed and how many camps were distributed to the revenue officials, as well as how many beneficiaries of lease of forest rights have been distributed and even in connection with the distribution of community lease Discussed / reviewed the time-limit meeting.
On this occasion, SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, SDM Bhayyathan Smt. Jyoti Singh, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pankara, Project Administrator Mr. RK Sharma, Assistant Commissioner Dr. Lalit Shukla, Deputy Collector, Mr. Ravi Singh, Mr. Wahidur Rahman Shah, Other Construction Agency, District Officer and all Tehsildar and Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat were present.

Good governance in the Goodwill Cricket match

Surajpur 28 Jan

On the occasion of Republic Day, goodwill cricket match was held in the stadium ground Surajpur between the civil administration against the district administration. Mr. K.C., DevSenapati the Chairman of the District Administration Unit  decided to bat first before winning the toss.

Laxman scored 22 runs from 14 balls, Rajesh Maravi scored 15 runs in 7 balls, Mo Gaus Beg game officer, unbeaten 42 runs in 19 balls and collector K.C. DevSenapati, thanks to 18 runs from 13 balls, the district administration scored 115 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 12 overs. On behalf of the civic eleven, Sharad got 4 wickets, Ravi Goyal, Ethical and Rais Khan 1-1.Chasing a target of 116 runs, the XI team made only 60 runs in the last 12 overs, losing 8 wickets. Which includes Ravi Goyal's 15 runs. On behalf of the district administration, Sameer took two wickets, two wickets for Mou Gaus Baig, Laxman, Vineet Sahu, Amrut Kuzur and collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati took 1-1 wickets.

Thus, the district administration team easily defeated the civic eleven by 55 runs. The trophy was awarded to the winner and runner-up team. District Administration Team's Best Fielder Award SDM Subhash Singh Raj, Best Batsman Laxman Jaiswal and Man of the Match were awarded to Game Officer Mou Gaus Beg. While the award of Best Baller was given to Sharad of Citizen XI.

The role of the umpire in the match was done by Ved Prakash Shukla and Imam Hasan and scorer Roshan Gupta and Dilpal Karera and Commentator Ghulam Khan and Shatrughan Sanwar. On this occasion, Collector K.C. Devsenapati, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat, SDM Subhash Singh Raj, Food Officer Amrit Kujur, Nagarpalika President Thaleshwar Sahu, Vice President Ajay Agarwal, DSP RP Sharma Singh, Congress Blake President Ashwani Singh, Manoj Dalmiya, Anoop Agarwal, Sunil Agarwal, Sandeep Agrawal, Vinay Mishra, Gabinath Sahu, Kalicharan, Zafar Haider etc. were specially present. In the Goodwill match, Naushad Ahmed, Wasim Raza, Bhagirathi Sahu, Carmo, Lalji Sahu, Gautam Sharma, Pankaj Dongre, Shivnorath etc. have been special contributors. A large number of people attend the match.


Rs. 04 lakh sanctioned to 01 beneficiaries of natural calamity victims

Surajpur 28 Jan

According to information received from Additional Collector Shri KP Singh in the direction of Collector Shri KC Devsenapati, 01 beneficiaries of natural victims have been provided financial assistance of Rs. 04 lakhs.

According to the release order, the death of the husband of Chaturam Jati Dhobi, the husband of the deceased resident of village Haripur, under the development block of Surajpur, died on 25 July 2015 due to the death of the well in the water, his husband Chaituram Rasundar was given a financial assistance of Rs. 4 lakhs. Approved. In the anticipation of the amount allocation, the demand number 58 will be deemed to be in the anticipation of allotment in the fiscal year 2018-19 under the Top 2245 Natural Disaster Relief.

The pilot examination of all the regular and competent examiners for the main examination of the year 2018-19

Surajpur 28 Jan

According to the information received from Principal Dr. S.S. Agarwal, Principal, Rev. Raman Mishra, post graduate college, Surajpur, under the guidance of Collector Shri KC Deesanapati, all the experimental examinations of the main examination, 2019, will be held in February, according to the directive of Saint Gahira Guru Vishwa Vidyalaya Sarguja.

Therefore retain direct contact with the college from all the regular and self-appointed candidates who are joining the experimental examination, joining the Chief Examination 2019 from Government Revati Raman Mishra Post Graduate College Surajpur. The re-examinations of the deprived testers will not be conducted.

District Consumer Forum launched

Surajpur, January 24, 2019 / District Consumer Dispute Reversion Forum, in the presence of district judge Consumer Forum Surajpur Shri B S Salaam, was held in Surajpur district on Thursday, 24th January, 2019. In the Court of Old Collectorate, a part-time discussion was started. In which today the first series meeting was held on January 24, 2019. Similarly, the second meeting will be held on January 25, 2019 and the upcoming meeting will be held on 22 and 23 February 2019 and on 12 and 13 March 2019.
On this occasion, Mr. Pankaj Sinha of District Consumer Forum, Mr. Dwarka Prasad, Mr. Vijay Yadav, Assistant Food Officer from Surajpur District, Mr. Sandeep Bhagat, Mr. Arjun Gurjar, Mr. Dixit Verma, President and Members of Bar Council of India District Surajpur were present on the occasion. 

Organized for organizing Legal Awareness Camp at Higher Secondary School Dev Nagar

According to Surajpur Jan 18, 2019 / District and Sessions Judge Mr. D.L. Katkewar, according to information received from the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, in the presence of Judge Division-1 / Chief Justice Kishore Justice Board Surajpur Mr. Pankaj Alok Chakra, the higher secondary A legal awareness camp was organized in Vidyanaya Devnagar on January 17, 2019.
In the above program, Mr. Pankaj Alok Tirkey said in his excellence that in most of the crimes which are increasing today, most of the crimes are being committed by the children, behind this, some criminal organizations are lured for their benefit by stolen small criminal acts before the children, Trafficking, Nasha Khori, doing criminal work. Because of which, the mentality of the children gradually becomes criminal, and the same children are now reaching the culmination of greater offenses. He said that in the Juvenile Justice Act made for children working against the law, there is a provision to keep children working against the law as punishment in the Reform House for the maximum punishment of three years in the Child Sanction House. Make the children a pawn for criminal gains by criminal organizations in the Aad to smugglers of intoxicants to big crimes Areas are. Therefore, the amendment has been made to strengthen the Juvenile Justice Act. Now, if any heinous crime is done by a child between 16 to 18 years of age, his understanding and the consequences of the criminal act done by him are found to be known by him, then he is asked to replace the Juvenile Justice Board Can be done by. In which it can be punished with the penalty imposed in law like the other accused. He further said that after the amendment to the Hindu royalties, a girl has got equal rights in the fulfillment of her brother's brotherhood. Details of various provisions of the Paxo law, Domestic Coins Act 2005, and Motor Vehicles Act were given to the students and students by them.

Addressing the students present in the program Mr. Tripathi, Secretary, District Legal Services Authority said that in our society and in the neighborhood we hear the incident of running away of boys and girls, such incidents are done by minor children and girls. When a boy-girl falls in the trap, the crime gets registered after the boy and his future becomes darkened. He said that there is no value in the view of the consent of girl under the age of 18 years, if the girl herself has gone with her own wish, then the girl is also guilty of the crime of abduction. If Sarikrit Sambha is established between them, the crime under the Paxo Act can be registered on the girl, which is a non-bailable offense. In this age, the children and girls should take care of their education by taking restraint. At the same time, he apprised the children about the new crimes being committed under the IT Act giving information about the work, the purpose and free legal aid of the District Legal Services Authority.
All the teachers including Principal AK K Pandey, PLV Shri Satya Narayan Singh were present in the above program.

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