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Chief Minister allots houses to 72 surrendered Naxalites : Dr. Raman Singh sanctions Residential 'pattas' to 341 families

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today distributed letters sanctioning houses to 72 surrendered Left-Wing Extremists (LWE)  at village Gaadiraas in district Sukma. It may be mentioned here that as per the State Government's Naxalites' Surrender Policy about 100 houses will be constructed in the district. Dr. Raman Singh distributed relief materials, cheques and house sanction letters to about two thousand beneficiaries. The beneficiaries include 186 women who got domestic cooking gas connections under the Prime Minister 'Ujjwala' project. He distributed building construction implements and sewing machines to 20 women. Dr. Raman Singh distributed residential 'pattas' to 341 families. He also distributed Rs Four lakh each to 25 families ex-gratia who were victims of natural calamities. The State Government sanctions Rs Four lakh to victims of drowning, snake bites and lightning. He also gave away Rs 12 thousand each to 10 children whose families are victims of Naxalites' violence. Scholl Education Minister Mr. Kedar Kashyap, MP Mr.  Dinesh Kashyap and prominent personalities were also present.  

Raipur : 'Antyodaya' dreams reach distant lands : Rs 105 crore development works sanctioned in Sukma district

 2, 000 citizens get schemes' benefits     

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh's State-wide Vikas Yatra today reached remote village Gaadhiraas in Sukma district on the second day of his yatra. He sanctioned development works worth Rs 105 crore 22 lakh in the Left-Wing Extremism affected Adivasi-dominated region. He dedicated eight works worth Rs 14 crore 95 lakh and laid the foundation stones of 37 development works worth Rs 90 crore 26 lakh. He also distributed relief  materials to two thousand beneficiaries of various State Government schemes.

Dr. Raman Singh while addressing a mammoth public meeting said that due to the implementation of many Central and State Government projects the dreams of 'Antyodaya' had been reaching far-flung regions of Chhattisgarh. The authorities had achieved significant success in controlling hunger -malnutrition and migrations on large scale to various other parts of country.

Chief Minister sanctioned a mini=stadium worth Rs 50 lakh at village Gaadhiraas, Gauravpath worth Rs One crore and construction of bridge over river Mangor in the vicinity. He added that he had come to seek the blessings of the citizens. The development will increase manifold in this remote areas.  Union Home Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh dedicated 132 k.v. electric sub-station in Sukma district  which will ensure smooth supply of power.

Chief Minister added that roads worth Rs 350 crore is being laid linking Sukma-Konta (78 km) at a brisk pace. Composite building at a cost of Rs 17 crore is being  built in the headquarter town. Hospital building is being constructed at a cost of Rs Eight crore 06 lakh. New bridge is complete linking Dornapal-Odisha. The farmers belonging to the depressed sections of the society are getting electricity free of charge.   

Chief Minister announces 'Raman ki Goth': 50 thousand rupees now for purchase of e-rickshaw

All the myths that prevent positive works from women: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has announced a grant of Rs. 50 thousand through the Labor Department to the people who bought e-rickshaw in the state. He told the audience in his monthly radio talk 'Raman Ke Gote' broadcast from Aakashwani Raipur center this morning- I want to give you another good news that there was no provision for e-rickshaw for all the districts before. In some districts, arrangements have been made to provide subsidy from DMF (District Mineral Institute), but now we have arranged a third of the total cost ie 50 thousand rupees for the subsidy through the Department of Labor, whose benefits Get ahead
    Dr. Raman Singh also informed about the ongoing project for women empowerment in the state in its radius. He said- In earlier villages, Swarna Jayanti Employment Scheme was run for livelihood and Swavalamban, in which women and men had equal participation. We named this plan as 'Chhattisgarhi' environment called 'Bihān', which meant morning in the morning. This scheme has been completely devoted to women. Under this, women self-help groups are being formed. He said - women have broken all the myths, which prevented them from doing positive work or clinging in unnecessary chains.

    Dr. Singh told the radio audience- So far, more than one lakh 24 thousand self-help groups have been set up under the state rural livelihood mission in the state. Chhattisgarh government has decided to provide easy and cheap lending to women self-help groups. As a result, in the last five years 90 thousand self-help groups have been given a loan of Rs.1.11 crore. Women have wandered their unity by joining each other and have also made them the medium of self-reliance, economic development and society reform. The practice of making various items such as pickle, large, papad, incense stick, belametal, bamboo crafts etc is already in our region. Many women groups have done so great work on these items that they are earning millions of rupees. The e-rickshaw which Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, who was on a tour of Bijapur district, is an example of our sister entrepreneurship.

    In the same episode, the Chief Minister also announced a subsidy of 50 thousand rupees through the Department of Labor for the purchase of e-rickshaw and said that its benefits will be realized. Dr. Singh, while praising the employment and income generating activities of women self-help groups, said that such a rice is being generated through organic farming, whose demand is in the metros. The groups that first made the candles are now making LED bulbs. The women running livelihood by making dung cloth in villages have learned to join the self-help group to make ice cream. Those who used to make clay pots, they are now setting up cold storage and keeping local fruits and vegetables in place. He said- The role of women groups in solid waste management in Ambikapur has been appreciated nationally and now the same system is being implemented in the urban bodies of the entire state, which is garbage, processing it They also earn money by selling manure and selling them. Sisters of 44 development blocks of twenty districts of the state have become 'Bank Sakhi'. This is an arrangement whereby the members of the Self-Help Groups are providing the facility of the house in the house-to-house. Dr. Singh said - Our state has been famous for power centers of power of Ladies, but today with his inspiration, women group has been established as a women power center in the village.

Raipur: The dream of Antitoya being realized in remote areas: Dr. Raman Singh: Vikas Yatra reached Naxal violence victim Sukma district

Construction of more than 83 crores in the public meeting of Gadiras
50 lakh for mini stadium and
Announcement of one crore rupees for gauravpath

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh reached the village Gadiras of Sukma district of south-west end of Chhattisgarh today on the second day of the statewide development tour. He inaugurated various construction works of Bhandupuzhan and Shilanyasa for around 83 crore 35 lakh rupees for this area, suffering from Naxal violence and tribal areas. Dr. Singh addressed a huge public meeting on this occasion.

Dr. Singh said that since the better implementation of various schemes of the state and central government, the dream of Antyodaya is also being realized in the remote areas of Chhattisgarh. In the last 14 years, the Government has had good success in relieving Chhattisgarh from the suffering of hunger and migration. The development of the state has been possible only by positive thinking towards the hard work, passion and development of the public. This development tour is a sacred work to thank the people of Chhattisgarh for participating in the development of the state.

They also announced the construction of a mini stadium at Gadiras, at a cost of Rs 50 lakh, construction of bridge on the nearby Mangher river, including the Gaurav Path building at a cost of Rs one crore rupees. He said that this journey of Gadiras is like a pilgrimage to me. I have come here to seek public blessings. Our government works for five years and talks for development for the betterment of the public for five full years. Dr. Singh said that the pace of development will increase in areas such as Gadiras and it will be fourfold. Giving examples of the development works being done in Sukma district, Dr. Singh said that on the first day of development tour yesterday, 132 KV built at a cost of 23 crores 37 lakhs for Sukma district. The inauguration of the Electric Sub Station was completed at the hands of the Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh, which would solve the problem of power voltage in this area. He said that Sukma is the new district of Chhattisgarh. After its formation in the year 2012, about six years ago, there has been a lot of increase in the work of development here.

The Chief Minister said that 78 kilometer cement concrete road construction is being done at the cost of Rs. 350 crore from Sukma on the National Highway No.30, to the last city of Angola in the district. It is being constructed very fast. Joint District Office Building (Composite Building) has been constructed by the Public Works Department at a cost of Rs. 17 crores at District Headquarters. For the beautification of Sukma city, construction of Gaurav Path has been completed at a cost of 26 crores 06 lakhs. The building of 100-bed house has also been constructed at the cost of Rs 8 crore 06 lakh for the District Hospital. For connecting Kalimela of Odisha from Doranpal of the district, bridge construction has also been completed at Shabri river at a cost of Rs 10 crore 20 lakhs. While mentioning the Ayushman Bharat Scheme launched by the Central Government under the leadership of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister described it as the world's largest insurance scheme for the poor. He said that in this scheme, patients suffering from severe diseases will get treatment up to Rs 5 lakh. Dr. Raman Singh said that the Chhattisgarh government has increased wages of Tendupta collectors in the last 14 years from Rs. 450 per standard bag to Rs.25, 000, which will be extended to the villagers of Sukma district. The state government is providing full power free of cost to the farmers of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for irrigation. POTA Cabin is being operated for the education of children of Naxal violence victims families in Sukma district.

Raman government's 'Vikas Yatra' launches from Dantewada

Raman government's development journey started from Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has been included in the launch program of Vikas Yatra. Through the Vikas Yatra, the achievements of the government will be counted to the people. The first phase of the development journey will be till June 11.

Prior to the development visit, Union Minister Rajnath Singh and Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh appeared in the Danteshwari temple. The development journey started with the blessing of Danteshwari mother. Home Minister Rajnash Singh and Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh wished the happiness, prosperity and prosperity of the state.

On the occasion of the development visit, a general meeting has been organized at Dantewada School Ground. The General Meeting will address Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Chief Minister Dr.Ramn Singh. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will hand over the development works of 4.5 billion rupees to Dantewada.

Let the development journey be completed in two phases. The first phase of the Vikas Yatra will run till June 11. The second phase will run from August 16 to September 30. The achievements of the government will be counted through development tour. During the development tour, the Chief Minister will also make the Bhumi Poojan and the inauguration of the works of 29500 crores. The development tour includes 39 receptions, 53 general meetings and 16 road shows.

who rejected the development, rejected the public

RAIPUR: The development journey of BJP is going to start on Saturday 12th May. Earlier on Friday, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh talked to reporters in a press conference and said that the people who denied development were rejected by the people. The Chief Minister said that due to the neglect of development, Congress was out of power for 15 years. The chief minister had a direct attack on the Congress during this period, the Chief Minister informed about the nature of the development journey. He said that the first phase will be held from 12th May to 11th June, 65th Assembly will be held in this phase, there will be 38 receptions and meetings at 39 places. Will be The Chief Minister said that in the last 15 years, the state has set many dimensions of progress. On the allegations of Congress, the Chief Minister said that this is not a political journey, it is a journey of achievements.


Maharana Pratap's organizational skills inspiring : Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said the organizational skills of legendary fighter Maharana Pratap should be imbibed by all.  He added one can face challenges of present times by uniting against the divisive forces.  Maharana united all sections of the society and faced challenges boldly. He was addressing a gathering on the Jayanti of Maharana Pratap. It was organized by Akhil Bharatiya   Kshatriya Mahasabha. It is a day of oath taking to eradicate social evils. Citizens who study will lead the society. The Kshatriya building can be utilized for giving coaching to students of competitive examinations. Community weddings also can be held here at least twice a year. Dr. Raman Singh said that an amount of Rs Eleven thousand will be given as financial assistance to the families of community weddings.
Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha patron and Chief Minister's wife, Mrs. Veena Singh, Rajput Self-less Service Union State Chairperson Mrs. Eila Singh Kalchuri,  Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha State President Mr. Avadesh Singh Gautam, Dr. Asmita Singh,  Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Raju Kshatriya,  MLA Mr. Avadesh Chandel, and several prominent personalities of the Rajput Samaj were also present.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh felicitated several persons for their significant contributions to the society. This includes Commonwealth Games Mission leader Mr. Vikram Sisodia, Ms Shubi Kalchuri for passing out of P . M. T. and Mr. Brijesh Singh for literary works. Chief Minister released a book written on Maharana Pratap on the occasion.  


Chhattisgarh tops in list of providing 7 main benefits to citizens: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that Chhattisgarh tops the list of providing  benefits of seven schemes during Gram Swaraj Mission in the entire country. He was addressing the concluding ceremony of Gram Swaraj Mission at the Indoor Stadium in the capital. The function was organized by the Panchayat and Rural Development Department. He added that senior citizens need not travel long distances to avail of the Old-Age pensions as the authorities will deliver them at Gram Panchayats. Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar presided over the function.

Chief Minister said that Bihan Women's groups are the best in the entire country in providing services to the common citizens. An amount of Rs 1400 crore financial assistance had been provided to Bihan Women's groups for livelihood purposes. Gram Swaraj Mission had been launched all over the country on the birth anniversary of Baba Saheb Ambedkar on 14th April and concluded on 5th May. Citizens in 14 districts 346 villages had been benefited under Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana, Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yojana, Sowbhagya Ujjwala Yojana, Prime Minister Social Insurance Scheme .

Dr. Raman Singh expressed his gratitude to women for their large presence during the Gram Swaraj Scheme. Chhattisgarh symbolizes power of women. Fifty-six per cent women occupy the seats of power in Panchayat Raj institutions against fifty per cent quotas allotted to them.  Fifty women ply E-Rickshaws in Left-Wing Extremism affected Dantewada region. Ambikapur town bagged the first prize for cleanliness in the entire State. The entire credit goes to women groups who collect garbage from the streets. Kanker women are manufacturing Custard apple ice cream which is sold in the markets of the capital.  Bihan women make Ganesh idols and supply to children. Free medical treatment is provided to 55 lakh poor families up to a ceiling of Rs Fifty thousand.

Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar said that  Swachhta Ambassaador Kunwar Bhai Award worth Rs One lakh fifty thousand will be given to Bihan women's groups who excel in the endeavour. Shops will be made available to the women's groups in towns and cities to sell their products.  The traditions of rural regions are the main reason for social harmony  in the State. Any women's group wants to launch more than one activity they will be provided with additional financial assistance.

Chief Minister felicitated ten Swachhta ambassadors. MLAs Mr. Devji Bai Patel, Mr. Naveen Markendaya, Mr. B.Joseph Rodriguez, Raipur Zilla Panchayat Chairman Mrs. Sharda Devi were present as Special guests. 


Public Relations Director Chandrakant Uike assumes office

Newly-appointed Public Relations Director Mr. Chandrakant Uike today assumed office at the Indrawati Bhawan -based Directorate. Commissioner of Public Relations Mr. Rajesh Sukumar Toppo handed over the reign of office to him. He congratulated Mr. Uike and wished him a bright future. After assuming office Mr. Chandrakant Uike met officers-employees and got to know the nature of their work. It may be mentioned here that Mr. Rajesh Sukumar Toppo had been promoted to the post of Commissioner Public Relations Department. He is also Special Secretary of Public Relations. Mr. Uike was earlier Secretary Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission.

Mission Clean Kharun: The most ambitious project of my life: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister inaugurated the first suspension bridge 'Lakshman Jhula' in Uttar Pradesh on Kharun
Riverfront Beautification, Parks and Children's Playgrounds and
Chief Minister also inaugurated the exercise

Postal Department issued special cover on Lakshman Hammock

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that Kharun is among the major rivers of Chhattisgarh including the capital Raipur. The project started as Mission Clean Kharun for its conservation and promotion is the most ambitious project of my life. Its bhumi pujan is a glorious moment for me. Very soon the life of Kharun river will be even more clean with mission clean Kharun and we will consecrate Lord Mahadev with the holy water of Kharun.
    Dr. Singh inaugurated the first cleanliness bridge 'Laxman Jhula', river bed beautification, garden, child playground and gymnasium of 'Mission Clean Kharun Project' at Mahadev Ghat on the banks of Kharun river here this evening. After addressing the public, the views of this effect were revealed. The function was presided over by the Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources, Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal. All these structures including Lakshman Swing have been created by the Water Resources Department. In the construction of the Lakshman Swing, the cost of Rs.6 crore 10 lakh rupees has been made. In order to make this historic occasion memorable, the Indian Postal Department also released a special cover on the newly constructed Laxman Swar of Kharun, which was released by the Chief Minister.

    Dr. Raman Singh said at the function that the capital of Raipur is changing rapidly. In the last few years the city has witnessed many important construction works including Bypass Road, Over Bridge, Andar Bridge. Dr. Singh said - When a person comes to Raipur every year after two years, he seems to have changed this city a lot. The Chief Minister said - Mission Clean Kharun is a project of the Amrit Mission of the Central Government. Under this, three sewerage treatment plants will be installed to clean the water of 17 drains found in Kharun river. Of these, 75 MLD capacity will be installed in Chanddayeh, 35 MLD in Kathidih and 90 MLD capacity treatment plants in Nemora. These plants will be purified of two thousand liters of polluted water daily. This project will be completed in next one and a half year.

    Referring to the report of World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Singh said that this report has released a list of the 15 most polluted cities in the world. Out of this, 14 cities are from India. There is no one city in Chhattisgarh in this list. The Chief Minister said that air pollution in Raipur city is ending. Its biggest credit is to the citizens of the city. Chhattisgarh Environmental Protection Board, Housing and Environment Department, Department of Industry and Urban Development Department have done a good job for this. Zero tolerance policy is being adopted by the Chhattisgarh government on industrial pollution. Challenging the active cooperation of the citizens in making the city clean and beautiful in Raipur, the Chief Minister said that thousands of lakhs of pilgrims come during the fair at the holy site of the oldest Mahadev Ghat in the city. On the Mahadev Ghat, the magnificent Suspension Bridge and the opening of one kilometer long gardens have brought more beauty here.

    Presiding over the program, Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources Shri Brijmohan Agrawal said that the capital Raipur is taking the form of metropolis. The historic work of the launch of Laxman Swing has taken place today. He said that the work of construction of Laxman Swing, three times bigger than this Laxman swing has begun in Rajim. A beautiful garden will also be developed along the Gangrel dam. Urban Development Minister Shri Amar Agarwal said that this Lakshman Jhula will become a distinct identity of the development of Raipur city. The people of the state will come to see this swing. He said that the release of rivers from pollution and preservation of ponds are included in our priority. For the purification of the water of the historic Vivekananda Sarovar (Budhatlab) of Raipur city, a project of Rs.4.5 crores has been approved. Shri Sonamani Bora, Secretary, Water Resources, delivered the welcome speech. He told that this is the first suspension bridge in Chhattisgarh. This bridge is 152 meters long and three and a half meters wide. They gave information about its technical characteristics. Under the Mission Clean Kharoon, Dr. Rohit Yadav, Secretary, Urban Administration and Development Department gave information about the work being done for the conservation and promotion of the river.

    Minister of Food and Civil Supplies Shri Punnulal Mohle, Public Works Minister Shri Rajesh Murat, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Tokhan Sahu, President of Chhattisgarh Text Book Corporation Shri Debji Bhai Patel, President of Raipur Development Authority Shri Sanjay Srivastav, Mayor of Municipal Corporation Raipur Pramod Dubey, President of Chhattisgarh Building and Construction Workers Welfare Board, Mohan Anti, Municipal Corporation And the Chairman Mr. Praful Vishwakarma, municipal opposition leader Mr. Surya Rathore, Apex Bank Chairman Ashok Bajaj, the city several councilors Corporation Raipur, senior officials and enlightened citizens were present in large numbers.

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