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National President Amit Shah will give a mantra of victory in the power center workers conference

Amit Shah's visit to Chhattisgarh months ago is considered to be very important. Amit Shah is in Chhattisgarh for the second time in September.

Bharatiya Janata Party national president Amit Shah arrived in Chhattisgarh's capital Raipur on Friday. Amit Shah, who arrived in BJP's power coordinator and organizers' program organized in Dumtertray in Raipur. In the program, Amit Shah will address about 20,000 power coordinators and coordinators. National President Amit Shah will give a memorandum to the workers of booth level in power center workers conference Rajya Sabha MP Saroj Pandey and Chhattisgarh in-charge Anil Jain are also present along with Chief Minister Raman Singh at Power Center Workers Conference.

During the conference, BJP's national president Amit Shah can enter 24 administrative, police officers and prominent social workers BJP. In the program organized in Dumra-rai, all the parties can join the party. The name of Shubhangi Apte and former IPS officer Rajiv Shrivastav is coming out in the BJP and the officer who is entering the BJP.

Amit Shah's visit to Chhattisgarh months ago is considered to be very important. Amit Shah is in Chhattisgarh for the second time in September. Earlier, on September 5, he had arrived at Dongargarh in Rajnandgaon at the beginning of Raman government's Atal Vikas Yatra. Due to the rain there has been a slight disturbance in the program of dummatarrayai, but there has been no change in the program at this time.

Amit Shah will go to BJP office after the program in Dumra Trayar. Here, Amit Shah will inaugurate the newly constructed auditorium in the Kushabhau Thakre premises of the BJP state office around noon three o'clock in the afternoon. In addition, the core committee, state office bearer, MP, legislator, corporation, chairman and vice president of the Board, BJP District President- General Secretary, district organization in-charge, Front-house Regional Convenor, State's Secretary General, Mayor, Chairman, Leader of the Opposition, District Panchayat Chairman-Vice President will meet. In this meeting, discussions on the election strategy and necessary guidelines can be given.

Maya-Jogi's alliance with Congress' 'game', BJP gets direct benefit

Former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi's party, which emerged as the third front in Chhattisgarh, has declared the party assembly elections to fight together with Bahujan Samaj Party.


In the election year, Chhattisgarh politics has become a big hurdle on Thursday. Former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi's party, which emerged as the third front in Chhattisgarh, has declared the party assembly elections to fight together with Bahujan Samaj Party. This coalition has warmed up the round of discussions in political parties. The political profits and losses of the coalition have begun to begin.

BSP and former chief minister Ajit Jogi's party Janata Congress formed a coalition government in Chhattisgarh, then Ajit Jogi will be the chief minister. BSP will contest Jogi and 35 seats in 55 assembly seats in total 90 assembly seats. This coalition has been announced in Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh. The first discussion was that 60 candidates from Jogi's party and 30 candidates from BSP would be in the fray, but later on the 55-35 figures agreed on both sides.

Maya-Jogi's alliance is being considered as a big setback for the Congress. Because discussions were going on for the Congress to contest the elections in collaboration with BSP. In the 2013 assembly elections, the Congress was defeated by around 0.97 percent of the total vote from the BJP. In the same election, the BSP got nearly 5 percent of the vote.

Immediately after the announcement of this alliance, the responses of different political parties began to come up. In the Chhattisgarh government, the minister Mahesh Gagra said that the coalition of Mayawati and Jogi's party has caused a major setback to the Congress. The BJP will get its direct benefit. Because the polarization of votes will be. Apart from this, both the parties have been associated with the Congress somewhere. In such a situation, their alliance will give damage to the Congress and benefit the BJP.

Read also: Chhattisgarh: Ajit Jogi's party's alliance with Mayawati, agreed on 55-35

Chhattisgarh BJP state president Dharmalal Kaushik has also given a statement on the coalition. Kaushik tightened the speculation of the Congress and the BSP coalition saying that there is no rider on the drowning Naya. This time too it is decided to become the BJP government in the state.

However, on this alliance state Congress President Bhupesh Baghel says that this will not make any difference to the Congress. Bhupesh Baghel said that in the earlier elections, Ajit Jogi and BSP have been working as their ally to help the BJP. Now openly both parties will do this work. Bhupesh said that earlier the BSP took the initiative for the alliance with the Congress, but as soon as the BSP leader was beaten up by the ED and the CBI. The BSP immediately reversed.

People of Chhattisgarh will always remember the contribution of Atal ji in the state's formation: Dr. Singh: Chief Minister addressed the huge General Meeting in Shivpur Charkha

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that the people of Chhattisgarh will always remember the contribution of Atalji for the formation of the state. Since the formation of the state, the progress of the state and development began. Therefore, the name of this journey to take blessings from the people has been named Atal Vikas Yatra. Dr. Singh said that the name of the new Raipur named Atal ji has also been named Atal Nagar. Where a grand memorial will be built to make their memory memorable forever.

      Dr. Singh was addressing the General Assembly held in Shivpur Charka of Korea district today. He inaugurated 64 construction works and Bhumi Pujan at a cost of about 98 crore 23 lakh rupees. Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Shri Bhayyalal Rajwada, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Champdavevi Padale and MLA Shri Shyam Bihari Jaiswal were also present on this occasion.

The Chief Minister said that the state government is a village, poor and peasant beneficiary government. The government is working for the improvement and progress of all the classes. He said that for the empowerment of women, free smart phones are being distributed to 4 million women in the Communication Revolution scheme. All poor families in Chhattisgarh will be given a permanent house by 2022. There will be no family who does not have a permanent house. He said that 11 lakh permanent houses are being constructed in the Prime Minister's housing scheme.

Dr. Singh said that due to the food aid scheme no Chhattisgarh now has no hunger. A special session of Vidhan Sabha has been arranged to give a bonus of Rs. 2400 crores to the farmers for the bonus of paddy. With the commencement of the purchase of paddy on November 1, the bonus amount of Rs. Three hundred rupees will also be distributed to the farmers. 750 crore rupees are being distributed to the Tendupta collectors and Phase Paduka is being distributed to 12 lakh Tandupta collectors. In the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, more than 64 thousand women have been given LPG connections in Korea district. He said that electricity will be provided to all the para-groups, and all the houses in the coming two months.

The Minister of Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare, Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada said that many schemes are being run by the state government for the benefit of the poor, the farmers, the workers and the general public. Notable works have been done in different areas including Education Health, Road Bridge Bridge. Collector Korea Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga while presenting the progress report said that all the schemes of governance in the Korea district are being implemented better.

On this occasion, a large number of villagers were present on the occasion including Mrs. Phool Chandra Singh, Dwarka Gupta, Deepak Patel, Special Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr. Rajat Kumar, Mr. Taman Singh Sonwani, Commissioner, Sargoja Division.

Chief Minister to leave for three-day tour of Bilaspur and Sarguja Division on September 18

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh will be leaving for three-day tour of Bilaspur and Sarguja Division on September 18 under state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Dr Singh will be visiting Bilaspur, Raigarh and Koriya districts on September 18, Kobra, Balrampur-Ramanujganj and Surajpur districts on September 19, and Sarguja, Jashpur and Mungeli districts on September 20.

As per the final tour schedule, Dr Singh will leave from capital city Raipur on September 18 via helicopter at 10.50 am and reach tehsil headquarters Kota of Bilaspur district at 11.30 am, and at 1.15 pm Dr Singh will be addressing general assemblies of Dharamjaigarh tehsil headquarters of Raigarh district. At 3.15 pm, Dr Singh will leave from Dharamjaigarh in helicopter and reach village Ranai of Koriya (Baikunthpur) district at 4pm. After welcome programme in Ranai, Dr Singh will attend the programme in village Patna at 4.40pm, then attend the programme in village Mahora at 5.05 pm and another programme to be held in Baikunthpur at 5.35pm.  In the evening at 6.15pm, Dr Singh will come to Charcha of Koriya district and after addressing general assembly there, he will have night stay there.

On September 19, Dr Raman Singh will address press conference in Charcha at 10 am, and leave via helicopter at 10.50 and reach village Madanpur (Rampur) of Korba district at 11.30 am, and after attending the general assembly there, he will reach Ramanujganj of Balrampur district at 1.15pm via helicopter. After attending general assembly there, Dr Singh will reach Pratappur of Surajpur district at 3.30 pm and address general assembly there. He will visit Silphili at 4.40pm, Telaichar at 5.10 pm, Vishrampur at 5.40pm, village Parri at 6.10 pm. Dr Singh will meet students of Livelihood College in Parri. Chief Minister will reach district headquarters Surajpur at 6.50pm, and inaugurate newly-built Collectorate building. Thereafter, Dr Singh will have night stay there.

On September 20, Dr Singh will address press conference in Surajpur at 10.30 am, and after that he will reach tehsil headquarters Sitapur of Sarguja district via helicopter at 11.30 am, Patthalgaon tehsil headquarters of Jashpur district at 1pm, and tehsil headquarters Lormi of Mungeli district at 3.40pm. After addressing general assemblies at aforementioned places, Dr Singh will return from Lormi to Raipur at 5.15pm.

Chhattisgarh creates new record of bagging 15 National Awards: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today expressed his happiness over the Chhattisgarh State bagging fifteen National Awards in the implementation of various projects relating to villages, poor and farmers in New Delhi. He added that this is a proud moment for the State. Chief Minister said that the Union Government schemes relating to poor, villages and farmers had bagged the prestigious National Awards for their effective implementation in the State. Dr. Raman Sigh congratulated the citizens of the State and Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, officers and employees concerned with the Department.

It may be mentioned here that the State had bagged National awards for Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi'sRurban Mission and Prime Minister (Rural) Housing Project, Prime Minister Rural Roads Project and Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA). Union Minister for Panchayat and Rural Development Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar distributed the National Awards in New Delhi.

The senior officers of the Chhattisgarh State Government received the prestigious awards at the hands of Union Minister Mr. Tomar. He said that it is a proud moment for Chhattisgarh State that it had bagged fifteen National Awards at a time. Union Minister of State for Panchayat and Rural Development Mr. Ramkrupal Yadav was also present. The Union Minister who was the chief guest presented the awards to Chhattisgarh State Additional Chief Secretary Panchayat and Rural Development Department Mr. R. P. Mandal, Secretary Mr. P. C. Misra and Director Panchayat and Rural Development Institute Mr. M. K. Tyagi. The Union Minister Mr. Tomar congratulated the State Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar and officers and employees of the department.

The  Officials informed that the State Government had laid down 1700 kms of all-weather roads in hostile and inhospitable terrain during the past fiscal year.

The officials said that Chhattisgarh State had bagged six awards in five sectors in the Prime Minister Housing (Rural) Project. The performance of Chhattisgarh was the Best in the entire country. The State bagged the top honours in this field. Kondagaon district bagged the Second Award and Dhamtari district Third prize in this category. Development block Sarangarh district Raigarh had bagged the second award in the Development blocks category.

The officials said that Chhattisgarh State had bagged second award in the 'Mistri Training' and first award in the Management Information System Aadhaar seeding. The officials said that four lakh houses had already been built by the first week of September against a target of seven lakh and 88 thousand houses in the three years since 2016-2017.

The officials said that the State had bagged the prestigious Rurban Mission award at the National level and the project was launched by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi on 21st February 2016 at village Kurrubhata divisional block Dongarhgarh district Rajnandgaon. The State had bagged the First Award in this sector today. Under the MGNREGA the Stage had bagged the First Award in the 'Barefoot Technicians' category and second award in the 'Jio Tagging' sector. Village Nimora-based Thakur Pyarelal Panchayat and Rural Training Institute and Jashpur bagged the awards for excellent work on Barefoot Technicians' group.

State NRUM Director Mr.Nilesh Shirsagar , Chief Executive Officer of State Rural Roads Development Authority  Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi, Panchayat Director Mr. Jeetendra Shukla, Diector of Prime Minister Housing Project (Rural) Mr. Amrut Vikas Topno, Chief Executive Officer of  Raipur Zilla Panchayat Mr. Deepak Soni,   Chief Executive Officer of  Jashpur Zilla Panchayat Mr. Ku;deep Sharma, Kondagaon and Raigarh Zilla panchayats CEO Mr.Sanjay Kannauj and Mr. Chandan Tripati and several senior officers were also present.  {TNIS]

Chief Minister Dr. Singh and Union Minister Shri Gadkari will give the work of 4 thousand 251 crores today

Four fly overs between Raipur-Durg will be Bhumi Pujan
     Flyover will also be built on Tattibndh Junction

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari will inaugurate and construct house construction work on 10th September at Charowda Nagar of Durg district with an estimated cost of Rs 4,251 crore. The program will be held at 12.15 pm. Tiffin distribution will also be launched for 25 thousand workers under MGNRE Tiffin Scheme in their hands. Together they will start the distribution of material and assistance amount of Rs. 72.99 lakhs for 25 thousand 824 beneficiaries of various schemes.
According to the scheduled program, the Chief Minister will come to Swami Vivekananda Airport (Hina) at 12 noon and after receiving the welcome from the Union Minister, Shri Nitin Gadkari, he will be accompanied by a helicopter to go to Charoda. Dr. Singh and Gadkari will reach Charoda at 12.15 pm and address the huge public meeting after doing publications and Bhumi Pujan till 12.15 pm to 12.30 pm.
On this occasion, materials and checks will also be distributed to beneficiaries under various schemes. Chief Minister and Mr. Gadkari will leave the helicopter at 1.30 pm and will be considered at 1.50 pm as Swami Vivekananda Airport. Dr. Singh will return to the residence after giving him a farewell and will hold a meeting of the Cabinet from 6.30am to 7.30pm.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh and the Central Minister Shri Gadkari Charowda Nagar will be inaugurated, which will be inaugurated at the cost of Rs. 1472 crores in the Arang-Saraipali Marg (National Road-53), at Raipur- Widening of Durg Marg (National Road-53) Cost Under State-sponsored scheme, Palika Bazar in Charoda, ward number 18 at the cost of Rs. 1.62 crores, at a cost of Rs 9.98 crores. And in the 19th, the community building and Charoda alone include garden construction at a cost of 50 lakh rupees.
Similarly, the newly sanctioned works will be constructed for the construction of Raipur-Durg Bypass (National Road-53) at a cost of Rs 2281 crore, construction of four flyover between Raipur-Durg and Rs. 89 crore for the cost of Rs. 349 crore. The cost includes the Bhumi Pujan of Fly Over at Tatti Bandh in Raipur city.


'Raman Goth': Chhattisgarh will be a smart and prosperous state in its Silver Jubilee year :Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh gave detailed information to the audience about 'Atal Rishi Shastra' in the 37th episode of his monthly radio talk 'Raman Ke Gote' broadcast by Akashwani. He said: In the past 15 years, Chhattisgarh has thrown backwardness of backwardness and has joined forces with strong movements in the race of developed states.
In the year 2025, how will Chattisgarh be its silver jubilee year, for this, we have set some goals and have taken some steps. Now, not just the people of the country, the country and the world also have great expectations from Chhattisgarh. That's why we started to make the Atal Sevagram, which has been called the new Chhattisgarh 2025
By 2025 Chhattisgarh will be a smart, green state, where every citizen will be empowered, prosperous and prosperous. Where promotion and social justice will complement each other. Where technology will not only become the medium of life for the general public, but technology also plays a major role in running a transparent and participatory government.
The Chief Minister said that - we will adopt ways in which every person gets dignified life from the confluence of human labor and technology. By 2025, the state's GSDP will double, in terms of per capita income Chhattisgarh will be one of the top five states of India. Empowering farmers by doubling the income of farmers by 2022 and increasing productivity by using modern technology. Every citizen will have the right to quality and affordable health care.
For all Chhattisgarh residents, we will fulfill the dream of our house by 2022. The system of quality education will be a special identity of Chhattisgarh. By 2025 Chhattisgarh will be one of the top five states in the country in quality of education. Every child will be studying in school. There will be 100 percent literacy in the state. Less than 15 percent of people will be below the poverty line by 2025
By the year 2030, we have succeeded in eradicating poverty. The Chief Minister said that all citizens will have better facilities for drinking water, telephone connections, better sanitation and waste disposal. Pure drinking water will be available in hundred percent anganwadi and schools.
In the year 2025, Chhattisgarh will be identified with excellent roads, adequate railway network, aviation facilities, for which major cities will have better regional connectivity with air connectivity, additional ten thousand kilometers of additional roads and an additional railway network of thirteen hundred kilometers. Chhattisgarh will be the most preferred state for investment and entrepreneurship in India and one of the leading export centers.


Launch of Atal Vikas Yatra: Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Amit Shah inaugurated works of about Rs.828 crore - Bhumi Pujan

Khairagarh-Dongargarh-Tadibod road built at a cost of about Rs.139 crores and the release of Sukhnala barrage built at a cost of about Rs. 109 crores
Dial 112 helpline launch in Rajnandgaon and Kabirdham district
More than 30 crores of material and assistance amount distributed to 60 thousand beneficiaries

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Amit Shah today inaugurated the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra in the program organized at Kururgbhut Pragagagiri Maidan in Dongargarh district of Rajnandgaon district about the opening of 94 different development works costing approximately 828 crores; Did the Bhumi Pujan. Mr. Amit Shah flagged off ambulance, fire brigade and police vehicles and two-wheeled vehicles by launching Dial 112 helpline number in Rajnandgaon and Kabirdham district on this occasion.

    Chief Minister Dr. Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Shah Shah inaugurated 41 works at a cost of about Rs. 735 crore and laid foundation stones and land for 53 works of 93 crore rupees. He distributed over 30 million rupees of material and aid to more than 60 thousand beneficiaries in various beneficial schemes of governance. Khairagarh-Dongargarh-Tadibod Marg, a length of 51 km built at a cost of about 139 crore rupees, Sukhnala barrage built at a cost of Rs 109 crore, Dhandhah-Rohda built at a cost of Rs 92 crore. -Gharatai-Atariya-Khairagarh route is included. Dr. Singh and Shri Shah also inaugurated the Motipur-Sukuladaihan-Musra-Acholi-Dongargarh Marg and Chichola-Churia-Kallubanjari Marg. The cost of each route is 61 crores.

    Among the works which were done in Bhumi Pujan, at the cost of Rs 38 crores, up to Rs 14 crores from Mohali to 14 kms, Rajdanandgaon Pharmacy College building, worth Rs. 2.69 crores, costing about Rs. 5 crores 30 lacs The cost of the Bargaon-Charbhantha-Nadia border expanse route, costing Rs 4.77 lac, includes a high level bridges to be the Dharadhra drain on the Dongargarh-Baitilab road. Chief Minister Dr. Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Shri Shah distributed bonus amount of Rs. 16 crores and Phase-Paduka to Tifin, 24 thousand tendovers and collector beneficiaries to 10 thousand MNRE workers. They distribute material to the beneficiaries of several schemes of Cyber ​​Cycle Assistance Scheme, 50 beneficiaries, e-Rickshaw, Labor Department, about one thousand beneficiaries. On this occasion, guests distributed the motorside tricycle to 20-day-old people in the scheme of LPG and Social Welfare Department, for the benefit of the Prime Minister's residence, and the beneficiaries of the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme. On this occasion, Shri Ajay Chandrakar, Minister for Panchayat and Rural Development, Public Works Housing, Minister of Environment and Transportation and in-charge of the District Mr. Rajesh Murat, Rajya Sabha MP Ms. Saroj Pandey, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Abhishek Singh, MLA Mrs. Sarojini Banjare and Former Speaker, Shri. Many ministers, MLA, Jan Pratinidhi and a large number of villagers were present, including Dhrimala Kaushik.

Amit Shah reached Bomelswari Temple in Dongargarh

BJP national president Amit Shah joining the Atal Vikas Yatra reached Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh. Amit Shah met Guru Prakash Guru Saheb of Satnami Samaj under BJP's Contact for Support Program. Discussion of Prakash Muni Saheb in the Ashram at the bowl pond at Raipur. After the meeting, he arrived at Dongargarh in Rajnandgaon with helicopter. Amit Shah worshiped the temple of Dongargarh, in Bamleshwari. From the start of the Atal Vikas Yatra from Dongargarh, Amit Shah will give a famous poet and Padmashree Surendra Dubey in Dongargarh, the party's membership. Surendra Dubey can contest against Durg or Bemetara district. Amit Shah will also try to give a mantra of BJP victory over 20 constituencies of Durg division through the General Assembly. At the same time, efforts will also be made for the public.

The second phase of development tour of Chhattisgarh is being started from Wednesday. Vikas Yatra has been given the name of Atal Vikas Yatra. BJP's National President Amit Shah will be flagging the Vikas Yatra after the worship ceremony in the temple of Mom Bamleshwari from Dongargarh assembly constituency of Rajnandgaon district. After this the journey will be off. Let us know that the Atal Vikas Yatra will run from September 5 to October 5. During this time 65 Assembly seats will be visited. During this time, the government plans to give information to the common people. At the same time, efforts will be made to solve the problems as soon as possible.

Shah will start the second phase of Atal Vikas Yatra in Dongargarh

Amit Shah, National President of BJP in Chhattisgarh's capital Raipur, will start the second phase of Atal Vikas Yatra in Dongargarh on September 5. At the same time, on September 29, at the Shah headquarters of the Shah party, power center coordinators will take a class with the election preparations of Mission 2018. Let us know that this month Amit Shah will be on a tour of Chhattisgarh twice.

Giving information in the matter, the Chief of the State Dr. Raman Singh said that there are 4000 power stations in the state and 4 to 6 booths have been covered under each center. Their command has been given to 12 thousand coordinators. Along with them, Employees in charge have also been made, who have been given the responsibility to vote 50% in their booths. About this, Amit Shah will guide them here.

Apart from this, Amit Shah will also hold a meeting of senior party leaders. According to the information, Kushabhau Thackeray will also inaugurate the new auditorium in the premises. Earlier, on 5th September Amit Shah will reach Raipur at 10 am and then from here will be leaving for Dongargarh and after the start of Atal Vikas Yatra, he will be returning at around 2:30 pm. About this, Chief Minister Raman Singh says that traveling by the national president's Atal Vikas Yatra will definitely give the success of the journey.

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