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The Chief Minister expressed deep sorrow over the demise of Governor Mr. Balramji Das Tandon


Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of the Governor of the state Mr. Balramji Das Tandon. In a condolence message issued here today, he said that late Mr. Tandon served as the Governor of Chhattisgarh for the last nearly four years, giving valuable services to the state. As governor, he was very aware of the development of Chhattisgarh.
The Chief Minister said - In the last four years, I have always been guided by the interests of the state and the subjects related to the betterment of the people of the region. Dr. Singh said - I feel like we all lost the guardian of our state forever.
He took charge of the post of Chhattisgarh Governor on July 25, 2014. He was like a father for me. The Chief Minister said - His death also has personal damages for me. He was very intuitive, simple and incompetent. Such people get rarely in politics.
    Dr. Raman Singh said - Late Mr. Tandan has spent many important responsibilities for the service of the people in different roles in different areas of public life for nearly 65 years during his 91 year life span.
In the Emergency from 1975 to 1977, he had to stay in jail. He was a councilor of Amritsar Municipal Corporation from 1953 to 1967. What is a big example of his popularity that he was elected a member of the Punjab Assembly six times? As a legislator, he represented Amritsar in the year 1957, 1962, 1967, 1969 and 1977, and in the year 1997 in Rajpura region. Not only this, but as the Cabinet Minister of the Punjab Government, he introduced his efficient administrative ability in industry, health, local government, labor and employment departments.
The Chief Minister has expressed his deep sympathy and sympathy towards the bereaved family of late Tandon and prayed to God for the peace of the departed soul. [www.thenewsindia]




Chhattisgarh Governor Balram Das Tandon dies at the age of 90, breathed his last in Ambedkar Hospital, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh mourned





Big change in the lives of the poor in fifteen years: Dr. Raman Singh


Smart Chhattisgarh educated Chhattisgarh workshop :
 Chief minister

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that in the last 15 years in Chhattisgarh, there has been a big change in the lives of the poor. Schemes are being run in the state for the betterment and progress of all sections. We have worked with the help of the people to create Chhattisgarh for the development of a developed state. Dr. Singh, a private TV on the topic of Smart Chhattisgarh-educated Chhattisgarh in Raipur today evening. Addressing the program organized by the channel
On this occasion, he honored successful entrepreneurs in different sectors including education industry.
Work on increasing the road, rail, air connectivity. He said that we make plans and implement them for the needs of the people. If you compare the situation from 2003 to today, then all areas have changed. IIT I.I.M. in the field of education National level institutions like AIIMS National Law University have been established. Chhattisgarh has emerged as an education hub in the country.
The event is organized by private television channel 'G TV Chhattisgarh-Madhya Pradesh. On this occasion, the Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal was also present.
    The Chief Minister said that for the change in the lives of poor people, schemes are being run for one kilometer for food, housing, drinking water, LPG connection, drinking water skill upgradation and health facilities. Cities are developing better infrastructure. This has led to a big change in the standard of living of the rural population.
He said that in relation to the involvement of Raipur in the first ten cities in the country of Issue of Living Index, he said that better connectivity and education are seeing future in Raipur city due to health facilities. In the coming time, it will be included in the top five cities of the country. The Chief Minister said that the Communication Revolution Scheme has been started for telecom connectivity in remote areas of the state.
In this plan 50 lakh smart phones are being distributed. In this, free smart phones are being distributed to 40 lakh women and 5 lakh students. The Chief Minister said that full transparency has been taken in the Communication Revolution Plan. Smart phones have been purchased at the cheapest rate in the country. He said that 16 hundred towers are also being installed for communication connectivity in remote areas in the scheme.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has increased the amount of rupees two hundred rupees in the support price of the paddy to the farmers. The support price of paddy has increased from 1550 to 1750. In this, the State Government will be getting a bonus of Rs.30 / - with the bonus of Rs.2050 per quintal from the farmers at the support price at the support price. He told that the poor families will not have problems in treating serious diseases.

 




Chief Minister inaugurated Public Bicycling Sharing in New Raipur


Chief Minister Shri Raman Singh today inaugurated Environmental Beneficiaries, beneficial and financially beneficial public by-cycle sharing in New Raipur. He started the service by distribute public by bicycle sharing cards to the school children present on the occasion. The Chief Minister said on this occasion that this service will prove to be beneficial for children as well as economically and healthily for the elderly.
This service started by the new Raipur Development Authority in New Raipur will enable bicycles to be available to the citizens at minimum rates. Mr. Rajesh Murat, Minister of Housing and Environment, Shri Aman Singh, Chairman of New Raipur Development Authority and Mr. Rajat Kumar, CEO of Raipur Development Authority and other officials were present in the program held in Sector 19, New Raipur.
About 100 bicycles have been started in New Raipur and 10 stations have been constructed from where the bicycles can be taken or left. Around 55 km bicycle track has been built in new Raipur. Continued monitoring of these bicycles controlled in the control room with GPS technology. Bicycles can be rented by app, smart card, log-in-pin or mobile phone payment.
Id need to be provided for this. The company will verify it at its own level. Scan the number of bicycles from Registered Customer App and you can open the lock. Due to low rental, this service will also encourage cycling in the city. Bicycle Trek has been constructed separately in the entire city. The state-of-the-art BRT bus service and public bike sharing in New Raipur have been started to keep the environment clean.

 




All encounters seem to be fake to Congress: CM Raman Singh


On August 6, at Sukma in Chhattisgarh, the security forces have claimed to take the biggest action of this year on Naxal violence. The Congress has questioned the action of the security forces personnel. The tribal leader of the Congress and former minister A Ravind Netam has alleged that the security forces of Sukma in a fake encounter encounter a fake encounter. In this encounter, innocent tribals were targeted.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has reversed this charge of Congress. After returning from Delhi on Thursday, Raman Singh said in a discussion with the media in Raipur that every encounter seems to be fake to the Congress. The Congress does not believe in any encounter till today. The police is continuously penetrating inside. The campaign is continuing in the big area of ​​Naxalites.

Significantly, under the Operation Monsoon in Sukma, the security forces claimed to have killed 15 Naxalites in the encounter. In this encounter between the Golapalli and Konta police station areas, the security forces also claimed to have recovered arms and other Naxal material with the body of 15 Naxalites. Along with this, two Maoists were also arrested. This action was said to be the biggest achievement of this year against Naxal violence.




Jashpur: Police Strike Again on Tribal Day, Pathholgari, dealing with stress situation


The issue of Pathholgarh in Jashpur in Chhattisgarh, once again seems to catch the balance. On Thursday, on the tribal day of Jashpur, a stone has been rehabilitated. The issue of changing the political vote bank in the district is threatening to re-tension about Pathholgarh. In such a situation, a large number of police forces have been dispatched to Bachharaon for dealing with the situation of tension.

Pathalgadhi has been once again decorated in the village of Bechraon on World Tribal Day, where hundreds of tribal societies are mobilizing. Again, in the same style, the stone-clad supporters will perform a dance ceremony and present their solidarity with the worship of Pathholgari. In such a way, those who oppose the Pathaldhari are also likely to be there. In order to deal with the situation of any tension, the administration has sent a large number of police force to Bachharam.
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Significantly, about two months ago, the politics of Jashpur got a lot of power and strength for the ruling party in the fire of Pathargarh. At the same time, Pathaldhari supporters had to eat the prison air, after which they got bail also on the condition that they would not be involved in such acts. Even then, the work of giving indirect support and direction has been done by the high-level leaders, the result is that Pathhalgadi is ready to be re-prepared, but similar programs at the same venue are raising many questions on administration with tribal leaders including the Chief Minister. 




Congress high court will decide if elections will be fought or not: Charandas Mahant


Senior Congress leader and chairman of Congress Election Campaign Committee, Charandas Mahant has not made any claim from anywhere for the assembly elections. Earlier, news was coming that Charandas Mahant would contest the assembly elections from Shakti. Mahant has surprised people by not taking nomination form till the last date of application of the candidate's claimant till August 7. There is a round of discussions in this about political corridors.

When the media tried to talk to Charandas Mahant in case he laughed, he refused to say anything in the camera. However, Mahant said that his decision depends on the high command's instructions in the time to come. It is necessary to see if a hikamman directs them or if a change is possible on the verdict. Congress national president Rahul Gandhi is coming to Raipur on August 10, after the discussion of Charandas Mahant from Rahul Gandhi, further equations can be evident. However, the silence of Mahant is still considered to be very precious.




Naya Raipur Tribal Museum- Institute will become centre of preserving tribals' culture: Dr. Raman Singh



Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that the Tribal Research Institute (TRI)  being built at a cost of Rs 26 crore will become the centre for preserving Adivasi culture and traditions. The institute will nurture tribals' languages, dialects and about to go extinct musical instruments. Research can be done on the tribals also. Dr. Raman Singh was addressing a gathering of Gondwana tribals of all 27districts at his official residence. Tribals' Development Minister Mr. Kedar Kashyap, Forest Minister Mr. Mahesh Gaagda, Chhattisgarh State Scheduled Tribes' Commission Chairman Mr.G.R. Ranaa, and Vice-Chairman Mr. Vikaas Markam and large number of Gondwana Community office-bearers were also present.

The delegation thanked the Chief minister for sanctioning Rs One crore to Gondwana Samaj community building in the capital and Rs 58 lakh for community bhawan at Pali in district Korba.  Chief Minister said that nodal officers will be appointed in T.R.I. and the tribals leaders can give suggestions for preserving their culture and traditions and regarding the developmental activities in their regions. The contribution of Scheduled Tribes towards the development of Chhattisgarh is spectacular and noteworthy. Educated society only progresses. He called upon the gathering to educate their sons and daughters. He stressed upon the need for skills development of youth. The youth are well aware of the developments in the society.

Dr. Raman Singh revealed that works worth Rs 450 crore had been implemented by the Bastar and Southern Region Development Authority and Surguja and Northern Adivasi Region Development Authority. Local youth are being top priority in the recruitment of State Government Grade-III and Grade -IV jobs in Bastar and Surguja divisions. About six thousand youth had already been recruited in these categories from these divisions. Mr. Kedar Kashyap said that eminent personalities will be honoured on the Adivasi Day on 9th August. The State Government had worked tirelessly in the emancipation of depressed sections of the society during the past 18 years. 




Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh takes part in 'Van Mahotsav'


Seven crore sapplings will be planted this year: Dr. Raman Singh
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that seven crore sapplings will be planted during the Hariyar Chhattisgarh Afforestation Mega- Mission in this monsoon. He participated in the afforestation programme at the  Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University along with the school-college and University students. Dr. Raman Singh planted 'Krushnavat' (Bad) sapplings which have medicinal properties and are also known as ' Makkan Katori'.
Dr. Raman Singh also called upon the gathering to take an oath to protect and conserve environment and wild-life and to spread awareness regarding nature and greenery. Chief Minister said that it was the bounden duty of all concerned to safeguard environment. Afforestation like programmes brings us closer to nature and our role in protecting earth helps those all- round. When the children of today grow up and observe the trees grow along with then they will feel immense sense of joy and peace.
Chief Minister said that the target is to plant seven crore sapplings this year. The society gets the message of conserving environment by participating in this sort of programme. There is a need to protect sapplings also.
Forest Minister Mr. Mahesh Gaagda said that people's participation is mandatory to make such programmes successful. Addition Principal Secretary (Forest Department) Mr. S. K. Khaitan revealed that 'Van Mahotsav' is being organized since the year 2007  to create awareness among the common masses. Chief Minister is totally dedicated for the conservation of environment. According the Union Government survey report 2017 there is an increase in afforestation by two hundred square kilometer. Around 9, 700 sapplings were planted today on the 7.2 hectare Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University campus. The sapplings include- Molsri, Aawla, peepal, coconut, guava, kathal and haldu and other fruit-bearing ones.
Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat, MLA Mr. Sreechand Sundrani, Chhattisgarh Seeds Corporation Chairman Mr. Shyam Bais, forest Development Corporation Mr. Sreenivas Rao Maddi,  Vice-Chancellor Dr. K . L. Verma and senior officers of the district were also present. divisional Forest officer Mr. Uttam Gupa proposed a vote of thanks.  

 




For the first time in history of state, 345 women trained and included in Armed Police Force


526 constables ready to go on field after nine-month of difficult training at Police Training School of capital city
Chief Minister extends congratulations and greetings

In the Convocation Parade Ceremony of Police Training School of Mana, Raipur today, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh appreciated the fact that 345 out of 526 constables, who are about to go on field after nine difficult months of training in this school, are women. All the trained male and female constables with will be appointed in various battalions of Chhattisgarh Armed Force. Dr Singh gave away shields, certificates, etc to the winners of various competitions held during the training of constables, on behalf of the school. Dr Singh congratulated on successful completion of their training.

Dr Singh said in his address to the programme- For the first time in the history of Chhattisgarh state, women will be joining our armed forces. 526 constables who performed the passing out parade included 345 women and 181 men. Chief Minister said that the spark in the eyes of these daughters of Chhattisgarh shows their confidence. The ceremony was attended by Mr. AN Updadhyay, Director General Home Guard Mr. Girdhari Nayak, Home and Finance Department Principal Secretary Mr. Amitabh Jain and other senior officials and families of new constables.

 




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