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Chief Minister will dedicate-perform 'bhoomipujan' of works worth Rs 327 crore at Maanpur


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will dedicate , lay foundation stones and perform 'bhoomipujan' of 155 development works worth Rs 327 crore on 5th June as a part of State-wide 'Vikaas Yatra' at Maanpur. He will dedicate 41 development works worth Rs 95 crore and perform 'bhoomipujan' of 114 developmental works worth Rs 232 crore. He will also distribute relief materials worth Rs 55 crore to 54587 beneficiaries of various social-welfare schemes of the State Government.

Dr. Raman Singh will  distribute paddy bonus worth Rs 15  crore 89 lakh to 17 thousand 694 farmers, 'Population Lease' (Abaadi Pattas) to 24 thousand 783 farmers, and house sanction letters to 3974 families under the Prime Minister Housing Project and domestic cooking gas connections to 550 women under the Prime Minister 'Ujjwala' project.

Chief Minister will dedicate Ambagarh Chowki Community 'Nal-Jal' Yojana built at a cost of rs 33 crore, modern bridge built at a cost of Rs 14 crore over river Shivnath on Pangari-Chowki route and roda linking Maanpur-Unchapur laid at a cost of Rs 7 crore 72 lakh. Dr. Raman Sing  also will dedicate a bridge built at a cost of Rs 6 crore 35 lakh over Shivnath river on Nandiya-Baramundi and a bridge built at a cost of Rs 3 crore 65 lakh on Tatekasa- Kheri route.

He will lay the foundation stone of 77 roads to be built at a cost of Rs 113 crore under the Prime Minister Rural Roads Project and Koheka-Seetagarh-Aundhi- Murugaon road to be built at a cost of Rs24 crore 37 lakh.  Boriya-Mohala road to be built at a cost of Rs 12 crore 28 lakh, Parwidih-Bhojtola road to be laid down at a cost of Rs 10 crore 53  lakh,  Ekatkanhar-Barritola road to be laid down at a cost of Rs 10 crore 25 lakh.   He will distribute cycles to 4623 workers and tools to 2389 workers. Dr. Raman Singh will give away cycles to 517 supervisors of tendu-patta procurers. 




Chief Minister inaugurates HiTech Library Nalanda Complex


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated the hightech library Nalanda complex of Raipur on Saturday. On this occasion, MP Ramesh Bai, PWD Minister Rajesh Munat, Mayor Pramod Dubey and MLA Shri Chand Sunderani were present. This first library of the state, which is open for 24 hours, is spread over 6 acres. It has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 18 crore. In this HiTech library, one thousand students can read together. Also the Facilitate Plaza is also built in the premises. On the occasion of its inauguration, CM Raman Singh Manch complimented Raipur Collector OP Chaudhary for the purpose.

CM said that Collector OP Chaudhary has come up from poverty and has been doing better. While talking about the Nalanda campus, CM said that many of the world's education camps have been seen but Nalanda campus is unique in the world. The concept of smart city is being realized. There is a very magnificent complex. From here on, children will not go, they will have to be dispersed. The premises of Nalanda and Taxila are nowhere to be found. There is no change in the likelihood of Raipur like any other country in the country. The credit goes to the citizens of Raipur.




Now the work will be done in Anganwadi centers online


Anganwadi centers are being made online under the snip project with the assistance of World Bank in Garia Bandh district of Chhattisgarh. Under this, mobile distribution is being done in all Anganwadi centers of the district. Not only this, Anganwadi workers are being trained to run mobile and departmental information through mobile to a higher office.

Mobile distribution work has been completed in most Anganwadi centers of the district. The purpose of the department is to make all 1347 Anganwadi centers in the district online through mobile. Department officials hope that this project will speed up the work. Also, departmental information will be easily available to the people.

Apart from this, the monitoring is expected to be done better, but some questions have arisen before the start of the project. The biggest and important question in this is that there is a problem of not having network in most part of the district. How mobile will work in such a way and how Anganwadi workers will be able to report daily.

The second important question is that most Anganwadi workers do not know how to operate the mobile and use the internet. However during the training many Anganwadi workers reached their children so that their children could learn and tell them. On the other hand, the authorities have hoped to get a better result from the project, the clouds are running on them.




Vikas Yatra 2018 : Gram Panchayats of state with population of more than 10 thousand will be given status of Nagar Panchayat : Dr Raman Singh


Shivrinarayan to be given the status of Tehsil

Pamgarh to be upgraded as Nagar Panchayat

Chief Minister makes announcements in general assembly of Pamgarh

Inauguration-foundation laying of 42 development works worth nearly Rs 124.41 crore

Paddy bonus worth Rs 39 crore 17 lakh to 25 thousand 947 farmers

Foundation laying of Pamgarh-Bhilauni-Sasha-Sonsari-Lahaud road

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that State Government has decided to upgrade the Gram Panchayats of state with population of more than 10 thousand as Nagar Panchayat. He announced upgrading of Shivrinarayan as Tehsil and that of Pamgarh as Nagar Panchayat. Chief Minister was addressing the general assembly held today in Kutrabod of Pamgarh in Janjgir-Champa district, during his state-wide Vikas Yatra tour.

Dr Singh inaugurated and laid foundation of 42 development works worth Rs 124.41 crore in the general assembly held in Kutrabod today. This includes inauguration of 15 works worth Rs seven crore and bhumipujan of 27 newly-sanctioned works worth Rs 117 crore 33 lakh. Chief Minister transferred paddy bonus worth Rs 39 crore 17 lakh to 25 thousand 947 farmers online directly to the bank accounts of farmers with a click on computer. Chief Minister distributed 'aabaadi patta' to 5004 families, and goods and cheques of financial aid to 10 thousand beneficiaries. Under the schemes of Labour Department, Dr Singh distributed 2600 bicycles to labourers, toolkits and security equipments to 3150 labourers, motorized tricycle to 28 disable people. Works inaugurated by Dr Raman Sing include government higher secondary school buildings in Kutighat, Shivrinarayan, Kharaud and Pamgarh worth Rs 4 crore 82 lakh, mini-stadium wirth Rs 51.24 lakh in Pamgarh. Chief Minister laid foundation of 31-km-long road en route Pamgarh-Bhilauni-Sasha-Sonsari-Jondhra-Lahaud worth Rs 94.32 crore, Shivrinarayan-Kharaud road worth Rs 5.20 crore, Vyasnagar-Mulmula road worth Rs one crore 65 lakh and community health centre building worth Rs 2 crore 22 lakh in Kera.

On the occasion, Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Gaurishankar Agrawal, Panchayat and Rural Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, PWD Minister Mr. Rajesh Moonat, MP Mrs. Kamla Devi Patle, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Ambesh Jangade, MLA Mr. Khilawan Sahu, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Antyavsayi Sahkari Vitt Vikas Nigam Mr. Nirmal Sinha, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Medical Plants Board Mr. Rampratap Singh, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Savanni, Ex- Speaker of Legislative Assembly Mr. Narayan Chandel and Ex-Minister Mr. Megharam Sahu and other public representatives as well as large number of villagers were also present.




Vikas Yatra 2018 : Chief Minister inaugurates-lays foundation of 64 construction works worth Rs 217 crore : Inauguration of Jairamnagar-Masturi-Malhar-Jondhra-Lavan Road worth nearly Rs 137 crore


Bhumipujan of Jairamnagar Railway Over-bridge worth nearly Rs 41.75 crore
Goods and subsidies distributed 21 thousand 464 beneficiaries under various schemes , 'aabaadi patta to 16 thousand 829 families

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today addressed the general assembly in Masturi area of Bilaspur district, which was held under state-wide Vikas Yatra. On the occasion, Dr Singh inaugurated and did bhumi-pujan of 64 works worth nearly Rs 217 crore 61 lakh. This includes inauguration of 38 works worth Rs 152.56 crore and bhumi-pujan of 26 new works worth nearly Rs 65 crore. Chief Minister distributed goods and cheques of financial to more than 21 thousand beneficiaries under various schemes, 'aabaadi patta' to 16 thousand 829 families, paddy bonus worth Rs 17 crore 92 lakh to 13 thousand 340 farmers and drought-relief funds worth Rs 12 crore 12 lakh to 13 thousand 193 farmers. 

Works inaugurated by Chief Minister include Jairamnagar-Masturi-Malhar-Jondhra-Lavan Road built at the cost of nearly Rs 137 crore, Kohrauda-Daldali road worth Rs 2 crore, power substation of 33/11 KV capacity worth Rs 2 crore in Kevantadih, road from Atal Capitol Complex to Sukhripali built at the cost of Rs one crore 73 lakh, eight additional rooms and electrification works in Government Madanlal Shukla College Seepat worth Rs one crore 40 lakh. 

Dr Singh did bhumipujan and foundation laying of over-bridge near Jairamnagar on Hawda-Mumbai railway route worth Rs 41 crore 75 lakh, Lilagar anicut under solar micro irrigation scheme worth Rs six crore 61 lakh, Rahtator anicut being built under solar micro irrigation scheme worth Rs three crore 31 lakh, mini-stadium worth Rs three crore in Pachpedi, and new building of government higher secondary school Masturi worth Rs two crore 67 lakh.

On the occasion, Assembly Speaker Mr. Gaurishankar Agrawal, Deputy Speaker of Legislative Assembly Mr. Badrinath Diwan, Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, Urban Administration Minister Mr. Amar Agrawal, MP Mr. Lakhan Lal Sahu, Women Commission Chairman Mrs. Harshita Pandey, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Mr. Bhupendra Singh Savanni, Ex-Speaker of Legislative Assembly Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik, Jila Panchayat President Bilaspur Mr. Deepak Sahu, Mayor Bilaspur Municipal Corporation Mr. Kishore Rai and a large number of villagers were also present. 




Mungeli established several milestones of development: Dr. Raman Singh : Chief Minister gifts Rs 173 crore worth works


44 per cent Budget allocated to deprived sections of society  

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that new district Mungeli had established many milestones of developments in a short span of six years. He was addressing a massive public meeting after conducting a road show as a part of State-wide 'Vikaas Yatra' at Mungeli. Food Minister and local MLA Mr. Punnulal Mohale gave a detailed report of the developmental activities. Chief Minister said that the district had developed spectacularly and had surpassed all expectations.

Chief Minister said that the district administration should be appreciated along with the local MLA for integrated development of Mungeli. The Public Distribution System (PDS) had been streamlined by Mr. Mohale. Dr. Raman Singh dedicated, laid foundation stones and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 442 developmental works worth Rs.173 crore.  He transferred paddy bonus worth Rs 67 crore 28 lakh to about 48 thousand farmers Online. He distributed 'population lease' (Abaadi paatas) to 14 thousand families and domestic cooking gas connections to several women under the Prime Minister  'Ujjwala' scheme.

Dr. Raman Singh revealed that State Government keeping in mind the population percentage of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes had allocated 44 per cent funds for their socio-economic development. Scheduled Castes' Development Authority had been established in the Scheduled Castes dominated districts. Adivasi Development Authority had been established in the Scheduled Tribes' dominated districts. The developmental works had picked apace in these regions. When citizens talk about development its based on trust.

Chief Minister said that expansive 'Jaitkham' had been constructed at Giroudpuri- birth place of Guru Baba Ghasidas. The citizens are enjoying prosperity with blessings of Baba. He added that the contribution of Scheduled Castes in the rapid development of Chhattisgarh is immense. Dr. Raman Singh said that innumerable schemes had been launched for the benefit of cross-sections of society during the past 14 years. Several projects had been introduced for the socio-economic betterment of poor, farmers and villagers, infants and pregnant women. Books are being distributed to school students and sewing machines to women. Bonus is being distributed to farmers.
Dr. Raman Singh said that network of roads is being laid across the State. All the hamlets will be electrified in four months period. He expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi for introducing 'Ayushman Bharat' scheme and Ujjwala project. He said that Ayushman Bharat Yojana is the largest health care project in the entire world helping poor and deprived sections of the society. Assembly Speaker Mr. Gowrishankar Agrawal, Food Minister Mr. Punnulal Mohale, Urban Development Minister Mr. Amar Agrawal, Tourism Minister Mr. Dayaldas Baghel, Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat, MP Mr. Lakhanlal Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Tokhan Sahu, Zilla Panchayat Chairperson Mrs. Krishna Baghel and many prominent personalities were also present. 




'Women can say hello-hello to Chief Minister on Smart phones': Dr. Raman Singh : 'Rs 600 crore spent on developing Batapara in four years'


Workers to benefit to the tune of Rs 250 crore during Vikas Yatra      

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that several projects worth Rs 250 crore are being implemented for the welfare of 12 lakh 50 thousand workers during Vikaas Yatra in the State. Cycles, sewing machines, tiffin boxes and other social welfare schemes are being distributed to stone breakers, brick-kiln workers and other labourers.  He was addressing a massive public gathering at tehsil headquarter Simga district Balodabazar-Batapara. Large number of women participated in the public meeting. Dr. Raman Singh said that in the next four months about 50 lakh Smart phones will be distributed as a part of Information Technology Revolution. Sisters can say ''Hello-Hello  to Chief Minister also''.

Dr. Raman Singh said that there are certain schemes which change our lives and some revolutionize the coming generations also. Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's 'Ayushman Bharat' Yojana is one such scheme that will benefit the heart, liver and kidney patients by treating them free of cost. Thirty-seven families will benefit in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister said that State Government social-welfare schemes cover the entire spectrum of life from birth to death. Under 'Noni Suraksha Yojana' the State deposits Rs Five thousand every year and the daughter gets Rs One lakh on attaining the age of 18. He dedicated and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 31 development works worth Rs 154 crore.

Chief Minister said that the true meaning of development can be seen in Chhattisgarh. The entire country is seeing the amazing transformation of the State during the past almost 15 years.  Loans are given to the farmers on 'Zero' per cent interest rate. The pace of development had been accelerated during the past couple of years. The poorer sections of the society had been freed of hunger and starvation. The medical treatment is free of cost. He added that deprived sections of the society are getting Re 1 a kilogram of rice and salt free of cost. Farmers are getting 'Paddy bonus'. Just by clicking on laptops the farmers are obtaining bonus.

  Dr. Raman Singh said that the poor need not worry regarding the weddings of their daughters. Network of roads had been laid in Simga and all over the State. All the dwellings in the villages will be lit in another four months' time under the Prime Minister 'Sahaj' Bijli Yojana. He said that developmental works are reaching all the remote towns and villages. Developmental works worth Rs Six hundred crores had been implemented in Batapara alone in the last four years. The region had established many a milestones in development.

While appreciating the extra-ordinary work done by local MLA Mr. Shivratan Sharma, Chief Minister said that he had bagged the 'Best MLA' award in the Assembly. Dr. Raman Singh said that development works worth Rs Six hundred crore implemented in one Assembly area in four years is truly noteworthy. When Chhattisgarh was not carved out, the region never received Rs Six hundred crore in one installment. Shivnath river is the 'Lifeline' of Batapara Assembly constituency. The untiring efforts of local MLA Mr. Sharma had  brought 40 thousand acres under irrigation. He said that farmers of Simga can avail water from the irrigation pumps located on the banks of Shivnath river. Dr.Raman Singh said that State had re-launched Rs One lakh subsidy for electrification of irrigation pumps to farmers.

Chief Minister said that the rejuvenation work of Simga-based Udvahan Irrigation Project at a cost of Rs Three crore is very crucial. The project is lying in disuse for the past 53 years since 1965-1966. Assembly Speaker Mr. Gowrishankar Agrawal, Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat, MP Mr. Ramesh Bais, MLA Shivratan Sharma and office-bearers of various organizations were also present.




Vikas Yatra 2018 : Chief Minister inaugurates-lays foundation of 31 construction works worth Rs 154 crore


Paddy bonus worth Rs 21.26 crore to more than 15 thousand farmers of Bhatapara area

Paddy bonus worth Rs 21.26 crore distributed to more than 15 thousand farmers of Bhatapara area

Goods and cheques of financial aids worth Rs 54 crore distributed to more than 29 thousand beneficiaries of various schemes

Bhumipujan of Bhatapara bypass road to be built at the cost of nearly Rs 55.42 crore

Foundation laying of Bhatapara-Chandkhuri Road widening and repairing worth worth Rs 32 crore and Kesla Solar Micro Irrigation Scheme worth Rs 11.60 crore

Chief  Minister Dr Raman Singh inaugurated-laid foundation of 31 construction works worth nearly Rs 154 crore 54 lakh at general assembly held in Simga area of Balodabazar-Bhatapara district under state-wide Vikas Yatra. This includes inauguration of 16 completed construction works worth Rs 17 crore 83 lakh and foundation laying-bhumipujan of 15 new construction works worth Rs 136 crore 71 lakh. Chief Minister did bhumipujan of Bhatapara bypass road worth Rs 55 crore 42 lakh, Bhatapara-Chandkhuri widening-repairing work worth Rs 32 crore, Kesla solar micro irrigation scheme worth Rs 11 crore 60 lakh. He distributed goods and cheques of financial aid worth nearly Rs 54 crore to 29 thousand 164 beneficiaries of various schemes. He distributed paddy bonus worth Rs 21 crore 26 lakh to 15 thousand 576, house sanction letter to 2392 families of Prime Minister Housing Scheme, LPG connection to 150 women under Prime Minister Ujjwala Scheme. Legislative Assembly Speaker Mr. Gaurishankar Agrawal, MP Mr. Ramesh Baid, MLA and Vice-Chairman of Scheduled Caste Development Authority Dr Sanam Jangade and MLA Mr. Shivratan Sharma were also present.

Works inaugurated by Chief Minister mainly include renovation and canal lining work  of Tarenga Diversion done at the cost of Rs 4 crore 86 lakh, Koliha-Mandhar Road worth Rs three crore 25 lakh, Rampur anicut repairing work worth Rs two crore 65 lakh, newly-built mini stadiums in Kodwa, Mopar, Datrengi, Chaurenga and Rohra worth Rs two crore 56 lakh. Besides, Dr Singh also inaugurated shopping complex in Bhatapara Municipal Council worth Rs one crore 16 lakh, bridge built on Jamunaiya Nala on Bitkuli-Jangda Road at the cost of Rs two crore 50 lakh, 10 smart aanganbadi buildings worth Rs 16 lakh in Bhatapara Assembly Jurisdiction, Veterinary Hospital building in Ravaan worth Rs 19 lakh, and Atal Samrasta building worth Rs 19.39 lakh in Mopka.

Chief Minister laid foundation of Simha Irrigation Scheme renovation work worth Rs one crore 83 lakh, bridge construction from Chauranga to Manohara worth Rs 94.56 lakh, High School buildings in Chaurenga and Chakravay worth Rs one crore 47 lakh, road construction from Rajadhar to Gurra and from Khairghat to Dhobni worth Rs 5 crore 49 lakh, roadside drainage, pipeline extension and shopping complex in Bhatapara Municipal Corporation worth Rs 25 crore, primary health centre buildings in Nipaniya and Bitkuli worth Rs one crore 40 lakh.

More than eight thousand labourers benefitted

In the general assembly, Chief Minister distributed goods and cheques of financial aid to more than eight thousand labourers under various schemes of Labour Department. This includes distribution of bicycles to three thousand labourers, toolkits to 2250 labourers, security equipments to 2250 labourers. Dr Singh distributed cheques of scholarships to 190 students under Medhavi Chhatravritti Yojana, incetive cheque to two hundred beneficiaries under Vivah Sahayta Yojana, cheques to 100 women under Prasooti Sahayta Yojana, scholarship under Naunihaal Scholarship Scheme to 500 students. Se Singh distributed electricity connection certificates to 250 beneficiaries under Saubhagya Yojana, rehab equipments to 37 disable beneficiaries.




Government is aware and responsive to the grievances of employees and pensioners : Dr Raman Singh


Additional Annual Expenditure of Rs 500 crore on Dearness Allowance

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that State Government is aware and responsive to various grievances of its employees and pensioners. State Government has issued orders about hike in dearness allowance of employees receiving salary under sixth and seventh pay commission, from Secretariat (Mahanadi Bhavan). In addition, State Government has also issued orders for dearness relief on pensions of retired and deceased pensioners. Now additional expenditure of nearly Rs 500 crore would be incurred in implementation of all these orders.

Chief Minister informed that State Government employees, who were receiving dearness allowance at 4% from January 1, 2017 under revised payscale of year 2017, will be receiving dearness allowance at the rate of 5% from July 1, 2017. The payable amount of hiked allowance will be paid in cash from May 2018.

Chief Minister informed that decision regarding payment of arrears will be taken soon. He further informed that State Government employees, who have been receiving salary under Chhattisgarh Salary Revision Rule 2009,  were receiving dearness allowance at the rate of 136% since January 1, 2017, which has been now increased to 139% since July 1, 2017.

Dr Singh informed that under seventh pay commission, revised rates for dearness relief for retired employees and deceased pensioners have also been sanctioned. They were receiving dearness relief at the rate of 4% every month on original pension and family pension since January 1, 2017, which has been increased to 5% from July 1, 2017. The hiked amount of dearness relief will be paid with pension of May 2018. Chief Minister further informed that retired employees and deceased pensioners of before January 1, 2016 were receiving dearness relief at the rate rate of 136% since January 1, 2017, which has been increased to 139 per cent from July 1, 2017. They will also get this hiked amount of dearness relief from May 2018.




Chief Minister gifts three new tehsils to citizens : Lawan, Gandai, Rengakaar new tehsils : New Chhattisgarh will emerge soon: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister gifts Rs 745 crore worth works       

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh yesterday gifted three new tehsils- Lawan, Gandai, Rengakaar-to the citizens of the State. He is on a State-wide Vikaas Yatra. Lawan (district-Balodabazar) Gandai (district-Rajnandgaon) and Rengakaar (district-Kabirdham) were carved out into new tehsils. They will be developed at a rapid pace.

Dr. Raman Singh while addressing a massive public meeting of Baiga Adivasis at Sahaspur Lohara late last evening said that Rengakaar area will be created as new tehsil. He also sanctioned a multi-purpose community building worth Rs One crore at Lohara. Dr. Raman Singh said that Lohara tank will be beautified and new bank branch will be opened at Jalmala. He addressed meetings at Lawan, Chuhikadan and Sahaspur Lohara. Chief Minister dedicated, laid foundation stones and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 343 developmental works worth Rs 745 crore. He also distributed paddy loans worth Rs 121 crore 79 lakh to about 95 thousand 292 farmers at Lawan, Chuhikadan and Sahapur Lohara.

Chief Minister said that the State had been radically transformed during the past 14 years due to the various socio-economic policies implemented by the authorities. He revealed that it is only a trailer of development. 'Film abhi baaki hai'. Chhattisgarh will emerge as the most developed state in India and the entire world will take cognizance of it. The entire State is racing towards development. Referring to village Rampur (Tatapur) his birth place (Janam Bhoomi) in Sahaspur Lohara region district Kabirdham he said that its soil is like 'chandan' to him. Network of roads and electricity lnks had been laid in the district. There will not be any low voltage problem for the next 50 years.

Chief Minister dedicated 127 development works worth Rs 287 crore 39 lakh in the three public meetings he had addressed. He laid foundation stones and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 216 works worth Rs 457 crore 60 lakh in the three places. Dr. Raman Singh dedicated 86 development works worth Rs 206 crore at Lawan. He dedicated and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 95 developmental works worth Rs 338 crore at Chuhikadan and 162 works worth Rs 200 crore at Sahaspur. He distributed 2, 000 ' population lease' (Abaadi pattas) to families at Lawan and 27 thousand 478 lease pattas at  at Chuhikadan. Dr. Raman Singh transferred Online paddy bonus worth Rs 62 crore 72 lakh to about 49 thousand 140 farmers to their bank accounts at Sahaspur Lohara.

Assembly Speaker Mr. Gowrishankar Agrawal, Food Minister Mr. Punnulal Mohale, MP Mrs. Kamladevi Patle, MLAs Mr.Sanam Jaangde, Mr. Shivratan Sharma, Zilla Panchayat Chairperson Mrs. Poonam Markandeya, Raipur Development Authority Chairman Mr. Sanjay Srivastav.

At Chuhikadan public meeting MP Mr. Abhishek Singh, Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat and many prominent citizens were present.

 

 




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