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Identification of the prosperity of the farmers, the prosperity of the state: Chief Minister Dr. Singh


CM announces introduction of Government College and Milk Cooling Center in Shakti (janjgir-champa)

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that prosperity on the faces of farmers is the identity of the prosperity of the state. Various steps are being taken by the State Government to increase the income of the farmers under various schemes. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has also set a target to double the income of the farmers till 2022. The Government of Chhattisgarh will endeavor to fulfill this goal before time. Chief Minister Dr. Singh was addressing the massive General Assembly held in the Shakti Nagar of Janjgir-Champa district under the Atal Vikas Yatra. On the occasion, the Chief Minister announced the introduction of government college and milk-cooling centers in force and also sanctioned 51 lakhs for various development works in Shakti Nagar.


In his remarks, the Chief Minister Dr. Singh further said that in the last 15 years, not only the buildings, roads, buildings etc. have been built but they have been implemented better by making plans to bring changes in the life of the common man. He said that under the Sky Scheme, women's smartness is big because they get a smartphone. Dr. Raman Singh said that through Ayushmann Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Swasthya Yojana, Chhattisgarh and our country are entering a new era. He said that poor house and land was sold when there was a serious illness like heart, liver, kidney, cancer, but he could not get treatment. Now treatment of such critical diseases will be possible under this scheme.
Janjgir-Champa Lok Sabha MP Mrs. Kamla Devi Patale and the forced legislator, Dr Khilvan Sahu also addressed the program. Collector Shri Neeraj Kumar Bansod presented the report regarding the program. Parliamentary Secretary Shri Ambesh Jangde, President of Chhattisgarh Finance and Development Corporation Mr. Nirmal Sinha, Former President of Assembly Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik, Former Vice President of Vidhan Sabha Shri Narayan Prasad Chandel, Former Minister Mr. Megharam Sahu, Bilaspur Commissioner Mr. T.C. Mahwar A large number of people including representatives were present.
In the program, the Chief Minister inaugurated 82 development works worth Rs 52.95 crore and laid foundation stones. Out of which 53 works of Rs 406 crore include Bhumi Pushjan and 29 crore works worth Rs 123 crores 51 lakhs. It mainly consists of 132/33 KV in Dabhra (Rambharat) and Shravinarayan (Bargaon). The power sub-center, Janjgir-Pamgarh 5.5 km road, the forced-basil 5 km road and the Maternal and Child Health Hospital building works in the compulsion. Apart from this, the Chief Minister also distributed checks and content of grant funds to beneficiaries under various welfare schemes. Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, checks were given to 50 beneficiaries for gas connections, Tiffin distribution to one hundred MG workers, security work to 50 workers under the scheme of labor department and 5 workers were given check under Rajmata Vijaya Raje Kanya Marriage Assistance Scheme.

 




Chief Minister Dr. Singh provided the first beneficial pooja of third gender community


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today gave smart phone to the first beneficiary Pooja of third gender community under Samachar Kranti Yojana (Sky Scheme) in the General Assembly held in the Shakti Vikas Gokha headquarters of Janjanagar-Champa district under the Atal Vikas Yatra. Chief Minister Dr. Singh had announced to provide smart phones to the people of the third gender under the Sky Scheme. Which started today with worship of Janjgir-Nella.

 




Aim is to transform lives of common citizens from Delhi to Raipur and Atal Nagar: Narendra Modi


 Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi today said that the only aim is top transform the lives of common citizens from Delhi to Raipur to Atal Nagar.  The intentions are pure and clear. Mr. Miodi said that former Prime Minister Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee had a far-sighted vision and carved out three states-Chhattisgarh, Uttaranchal and Jharkhand- to make them developed.

Prime Minister was addressing a mammoth 'farmers' conference at district headquarter town Janjgir as   a part of Atal Vikaas Yatra.  Mr. Modi gifted road and rail projects worth Rs Three thousand 840 crore to Chhattisgarh. The projects include- Rs 1607 crore Bilaspur-Pathrali four-lane road,  Rs 535 crore Sargaon- Bilaspur four-lane road and Rs 1698 crore  Bilaspur-Anuppur third rail line. He laid the 'Digital'' foundation stones. Prime Minister appreciated the efforts of Chief Minister Dr.  Raman Singh in rapidly developing the State during the past 15 years. It may be mentioned here that Mr. Modi is the first Prime Minister who had visited Janjgir since Independence.

Mr. Modi speaks in Chhattisgarhi

Prime Minister began his speech in Chhattisgarhi by greeting the massive gathering 'Jai Johar'. He added that he bows his head in front of the citizens as he is inspired to do something novel after visiting the State. Mr. Modi said that in the formation of three states no politics were involved. The formation of Chhattisgarh was done with good intentions. It was a far-sighted decision by Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee. The aim was to benefit tribal brother and sisters inhabiting Uttarakhand hills, forests of Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, provide basic amenities in hinterland, skills to deprived sections of the society and to develop backward states to make developed India.

People have faith in stable Government

Mr. Narendra Modi said that after the formation of new State the citizens are keen on contributing their mite in the progress. The result is that Chhattisgarh had joined the States of rapidly developing ones. He gave credit to the stability of the Government. The citizens have not committed any mistake in choosing the State Government. The citizens have voted with wisdom and foresight to develop the State. The citizens are aware of the hurdles and obstacles but still elected a stable Government. The result is that Chhattisgarh had aatined the dizzying heights of progress under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh.

''Chawal wale baba is not confined to chawal,

namak, but working for better future''

 Mr. Modi said that Dr. Raman Singh is not limited to çhawal, namak but is keen on brightening the lives of the common masses.  Prime Minister said that Dr. Raman Singh thinks 'Big'. There is development in all the sectors under his stewardship. Referring to Left -Wing Extremism (LWE) Mr. Modi said that earlier Chhattisgarh had been identified with Naxalism and terrorism. There were always news of blood, guns and pistols. It should be appreciated that in spite of such obstacles Dr. Raman Singh had chosen the path of progress. Mr. Modi said that the Union Governmaent always finances the policies of Chhattisgarh as Dr. Raman Singh spends every rupee on the welfare of the poor . The dreams are very 'Big''.

'Seeds to bazar' farmers are helped

Mr. Modi while throwing light on the policies and programmes of Union Government for the welfare of farmers said that they need assistance from seeds to  markets. High-quality seeds, better market conditions are being provided to the farmers. The soil is being tested.  Around 13 lakh Soil Health Cards had been distributed in the State. There is an increase in agricultural production. There is a record increase in foodgrains production since Independence. Janjgir-Champa is blessed with irrigation facilities but several parts of the country are solely dependent on rainfall. About Rs 13 crore had been distributed to farmers in Chhattisgarh under the Prime Minister Crops'Insurance Scheme. The nation will celebrate 75 years of Independece in the year 2022. The Government will realize the dreams of freedom fighters who had laid down their lives for the country. The authorities had been working to double the income of farmers. The farmers should be encouraged to take to pisciculture, animal husbandry,  honey production,  milk production. The processing of tomatoes and chillies will help in the increase of farmers' incomes.

No discrimination in development

Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi said that there is no limit for development. The villagers now demand double-lane roads, L.E.D. bulbs and many other amenities. There are lot of changes in the villages and in the lives of people. There will not any discrimination in development. The citizens have a right to live in the 21st century. The houses will be electrified and the residents will not live in darkness anymore. The poor are being provided with domestic cooking gas connections under the ''Ujjwala'' scheme.

Chhattisgarh is closer to economic freedom

under Modi's leadership : Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh while welcoming the Prime Minister to the land of Maharaja Jajwalya Dev said that Mr. Modi is working tirelessly for the development of the nation. He never took leave even for a single day during his past four-and-half-years of stewardship. Chhattisagrh is realizing the dream of economic freedom. He increased the States'share in resources from 32 per cent to 42 per cent. Around 32 lakh sisters had been allocated free domestic cooking gas connections under the Prime Minister ''Ujjwala'' scheme. The citzens will be allocated ''pucca' houses by the year 2022. There will be electricity in all the hamlets. Prime Minister had given a ''Big target''.

Chhattisgarh will be declared Ópen Defecation-Free soon as all the houses have toilets. Prime Minister's 'Swachhta Mission'' is now a mass movement in Chhattisgarh. Dr. Raman Singh called Mr. Modi as 'Messiah of the poor''. He had raised Minimum Support Price (MSP) for the farmers and the ultimated target is to double the incomes of farmers. He increased the Support Price of paddy by Rs 200. Dr. Raman Singh  said that this is the first time in the history of India that such a huge hike had taken place. The farmers are optimistic about future. ''Janjgir Sammelan'' had been organized by the farmers to express their gratitude. Chhattisgarh is gaining a lot by the policies and programmess of the Union government. The State had been allocated Rs 35 thousand 267 crore for the laying of roads during the past four years. Rail and telecom connectivity are being expanded at a brisk pace. Dr. Raman Singh said that eight thousand panchayats are being linked with Internet Connectivity with an investment of Rs Eight thosuand crores.

MP Mrs. Kamaladevi Patle welcomed the gathering. Mr. Modi sanctioned Kendriya Vidyalaya to Janjgir. She said that there is 80 per cent irrigation coverage in the district. It tops the list of foodgrains production. Janjgir is the ''Power Hub'' of the State.

Union Transport Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari,  Union Minister of State for Steel Mr. Vishnudev Sahay,  Assembly Speaker Mr. Gowrishankar Agrawal, Home Minister Mr. Ramsevak Paikra,  Panchayat Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, Urban Administration Minister Mr. Amar Agrawal,  Water Resources Minister Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal,  Scholl Education Minister Mr. Kedar Kashyap,  Higher Education Minister  Mr. Premprakash Pande,  Food Minister Mr. Punnulal Mohale,  Public Works Minister Mr.Rajesh Munat,  Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Ramsheela Sahu, Tourism Minister Mr. Dayaldas Baghel, Forest Minister Mr. Mahesh Gaagda, Labour Minister Mr. Bhaiyyala Rajwade, former Assembly Speaker Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik, MPs , MLAs prominent personalities were prese.nt 




Prime Minister Mr. modi distributed material and certificates to beneficiaries


Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today distributed certificates of electricity connections to the beneficiaries of Sarva electricity-every house plan (good luck) in the huge farmer conference organized under Atal Vikas Yatra in district headquarter of Janjgir in Chhattisgarh. He distributed the keys of tractor to the farmers in the scheme of Solar Irrigation Pump in the Solar Solar Scheme, leasing the population to the beneficiaries, and leasing the population to the beneficiaries in the Prime Minister's Ujjwala scheme and grant scheme of the Agriculture Department.




Prime Minister meets unique gift in Kosa nagari {champa}


In a huge farmer's conference organized by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi as the Kosa nagar of Chhattisgarh, the district headquarter, Janjgir, under the Atal Vikas Yatra, a young couple presented a jacket and shawl made of fiber made from banana. The Prime Minister thanked him for this offering. He mentioned this in his speech and said that the construction of jacket from banana stem fibers proves that our farmers' brothers can also make many useful things from such useless items.

 




PM Modi praises Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, Attack on opposition


Janjgir: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who visited Janjgir in Chhattisgarh, felicitated Dr. Raman Singh, the head of state from the forum. PM said in the praise of Chief Minister Raman Singh that Raman Singh's thinking was a big one and if he was the second leader, he would have been involved in just getting votes with the votes, but the government's thinking is not such, he thinks how Chhattisgarh's development is, How better is the life expectancy of the people of Chhattisgarh? PM Modi started speech with Jai Juhar. Addressing a conference of farmers organized under the Achal Vikas Yatra of Chhattisgarh government, PM Modi said that Atalji had built three states on the basis of his vision. He said that due to his vision of development, today Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand are on the path of development.

PM Modi said in praise of Raman Singh, "Your Chauravale Baba, if someone else would have kept rice, kept on sharing with the voters, distributing salt, spreading sandal, but the thinking of the Chief Minister is of development, no development There is no limit, new highs should be intentions. Whatever work is done under the leadership of Chief Minister Raman Singh, now the Indian government takes part in it, because it is known that its pie Using e will develop Chhattisgarh "
PM Modi also attacked the opposition with praise of Raman Singh, he said that one rupee of first development in the country would save 15 paise while reaching the people. Now the entire money is being developed in the country. PM Modi said that only during the previous governments only certain people got the house. Does not the poor have the right to dream of home? He said that corruption has badly destroyed the government system. He said that our promise is that all should be developed. The PM said that the people of Chhattisgarh are so sensible that they never made a mistake in making the right decision.
The PM laid the foundation stone of Bilaspur-Patharpali Four Lane road of 1,607 crores in Janjgir and Bilaspur-Anuppur third railway line project of Rs. 1,697 crores 79 lacs. Bilaspur-Pathapalli road project will be constructed by the National Highway Authority of India under Central Road Transport and Highways Ministry. The construction of the third line of Bilaspur-Anuppur section of South Eastern Central Railway will make rail traffic from Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh to Anuppur district headquarters, Anuppur. Its construction will cost a thousand 696 crores 79 lakhs. The length of this new railroad will be 152 km, of which 119.55 km will be in Chhattisgarh and about 32.45 km in Madhya Pradesh.

 




The phone distributed under the Sky scheme was not cracked but the battery was found bloated: the new smart phone was given to the beneficiary


On receiving information about the breakdown of smart phones distributed to Smt. Zumarattan husband Gaffar Khan, a resident of Champa district of Janjgir-Champa district, the phone was examined by the technical team of District Administration Janjgir and Micromax, immediately visiting Mrs. Jumaratan's house. After the tests, the officials informed that the phone distributed to Mrs. Jumaratan was not cracked,
Rather the phone's cover was burned and the battery was found bloated. The technical team is sending labs to the mobile phones, batteries and chargers for detailed investigation. Officials of the chips told here today that after this incident Mrs. Jumaratan has been given a new smart phone today.
Officials of the Chhattisgarh Infotech Promotion Society (Chips) have said the smartphone distributed under the Communication Revolution scheme is completely secure. He said that the distribution of the phone is being done by the independent institutions accredited by the Government of India as per the international standards.
Testing and certification of all the components of smart phones have been made before the STQC (Standardization Testing and Quality Certification) functioning under the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India. Distributed phone batteries have also been certified by BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).
According to the technical officials, this problem can be caused by charging the mobile phone for longer period of time, using a non-standard or incorrect charger, having problems in the house, excessive moisture around the battery or in contact with mobile phone water. is.
Chips officials said that nearly three lakh smart phones have been distributed in Chhattisgarh under Sky Scheme. In relation to the quality of the phone so far no complaint has been received from anywhere. More than 3 million phones have been sold in this model across the country and they have not received any kind of complaint.
Officials said that the quality of the phone before the delivery has been examined by recognized organizations. Components that come in the use of smartphones have been received prior to the RHS (Restriction of hedges material) certification distribution. Apart from this, 'Device Quality Testing' was done before the phone maker was created by the smartphone manufacturer and production line test was also done after production.

 




Farmers of Janjgir-Champa created history in production of paddy: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that the farmers of Janjgir-Champa district had created history in production of paddy with sheer dint of hard work and determination. The farmers of Chhattisgarh feed the citizens of six states. Dr. Raman Singh was addressing a massive public meeting yesterday at Janjgir as a part of State-wide 'Vikas Yatra. The district is racing ahead in the field of development. The district is famous since Jajval Dev-1 of Tenth century had a rich cultural heritage and hoary past.  Janjgir-champa tops the list in production of paddy. Dr. Raman Singh said that he pays respects to the 'annadata' farmers. Earlier the district was famous for migration and now it tops the list of paddy producing districts.
Dr. Raman Singh dedicated , laid foundation stones and  performed 'bhoomipujan' of 65 developmental works worth Rs 245 crore 77 lakh. He dedicated 16 developmental works worth Rs 19.31 crore and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 49 works worth Rs 226 crore 45 lakh. He laid the foundation stones of Rs 125 crore 84 lakh Seepat-Baloda-Ursa road and Rs 68 crore 93 lakh Janjgir-Paamgarh road.
Chief Minister transferred 'Paddy Bonus' worth Rs 200 crore to about one lakh 36 thousand farmers of Janjgir-Champa district. He distributed 'Population Lease' (Abaadi Pattas) to 9956 families and relief materials and cheques to 12 thousand villagers. He gave away cycles to 5200 workers and safety tools to 6300 workers.
While referring to the tumultuous welcome en route to Janjgir Vikas Yatra, Dr. Raman Singh said that even 80-year-old was seen blessing him. The subsidized rice scheme is successful because of the blessings of elderly ladies. Chief Minister said that Janjgir-Champa district is a fine confluence of saints-farmers' culture (Rishi-Krishi). He added that several schemes had been launched for the socio-economic welfare of deprived sections of the society and farmers and hard-working citizens. The workers lay smooth roads. Proposals worth Rs 250 crore are being implemented. The social-welfare projects had brought the poor citizens on one platform.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that all the hamlets will be electrified in four months' period. He gave details of Information Technology Revolution and Prime Minister's 'Ayushman Bharata' Yojana. He added that Rs One lakh subsidy had been re-introduced on providing electricity to irrigation pumps to farmers. 'Flat Rate' will be charged on electricity to farmers on more than one irrigation pumps. 
Assembly Speaker Mr. Gowrishankar Agrawal, Panchayat and District In-Charge Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar , MP Mrs. Kamala Devi Patle, Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Ambesh Jangde, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Singh Sawanni, Former Assembly Deputy Speaker Mr. Narayan Chandel, Ex-MLA Mr. Shourabh Singh and several prominent citizens were also present.
Dr. Raman Singh dedicated GNM Training Centre building built at a cost of Rs 8.40 crore, electric sub-station at Pendri and Putpura built at a cost of Rs crore 15 lakh, high school building built at a cost of Rs 98 lakh at village Birhani and Higher - middle School building at village Madwa built at a cost of Rs 95 lakh. 

 

                

 




Vikas Yatra 2018 : Chief Minister inaugurates-lay foundation of 27 construction works worth Rs 302 crore


During his today's tour under state-wide Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh unveiled 27 construction works worth nearly Rs 302 crore at the massive public gathering held in Bamhanidih of Janjgir-Champa district. Dr Singh inaugurated 10 completed construction works worth nearly Rs 132 crore 51 lakh and laid foundation of 17 new works worth nearly Rs 169 crore 51 lakh. He transferred paddy bonus worth Rs 200 crore to the bank accounts one lakh 32 thousand farmers of the district at a click, at the general assembly held today in Bamhanidih. He distributed 'aabaadi patta' to 10 thousand 369 families, bicycles to 2600 labourers, safety equipments to 3050 labourers and tricycle to 25 disable beneficiaries.

Announcing the sanction of bridge construction in Hasdeo River near Bamhanidih, Dr Singh said in his address to the general assembly that provisions for the bridge will be made in upcoming budget. He also announced that the venue of general assembly (playground) will be developed as a better stadium. Works inaugurated by Chief Minister include Shivrinarayan-Birra-Champa Road worth Rs 122 crore, Belkari-Bavanmudi Road built at the cost of Rs one crore 93 lakh, Bhadora-Jagodipa Road worth Rs one crore 78 lakh, and Jaijaipur Main Road to Shikarinar Road worth Rs one crore 73 lakh. Chief Minister also inaugurated 33/11 KV power substation worth Rs one crore 10 lakh in village Khairjhiti in the general assembly. Chief Minister did bhumi-pujan and laid foundation of 32-km Sakti-Tundri Road worth Rs 95 crore, 18-km long Chhoteseepat-Faraswani Road, Boys hostel of 100-seat capacity worth Rs two crore 72 lakh in Hasaud, Tribal Ashram for boys worth Rs one 62 lakh in Guchkuliya and boys' hostel building in Odekera worth Rs one crore 52 lakh.

 



Janjgir-Champa sees confluence of saints-farmers' culture: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that in Janjgir-Champa one can witness fine confluence of saints and farmers' culture and immense possibilities of industrial development. If someone is keen on observing development one should visit Janjgir-Champa where 82 % irrigation facilities had been provided. The district tops in agricultural production. Dr. Raman Singh was addressing a massive gathering at development block headquarter Bahmnideeh district Janjgir-Champa.
Chief Minister dedicated, laid foundation stones and performed 'bhoomipujan' of 27 developmental works worth Rs 302 crore. He also distributed paddy bonus worth Rs 200 crore to about 32 thousand farmers Online. He sanctioned a bridge over Hasdeo river on Bahmnideeh-Daheeda route and said that provision will be made in the next Budget. The distance between Bahmnideeh - Nawagarh will be reduced considerably. He also announced the construction of stadium at the place where current meeting was being held.
Dr. Raman Singh expressed his gratitude over the huge gathering of farmers, villagers and workers in spite of scorching heat and sultry weather conditions. Referring to the Vikas Yatra launched on 12th of this month he said that the yatra had turned into 'Vishwas Yatra' of the large number of common citizens. Chief Minister while referring to King Jajwalya Dev said that Janjgir Champa located on the banks of Hasdeo river had a hoary past with rich cultural heritage. Legends like freedom fighter Barrister Chedilal, literary giant Pandit Mukutghar Pande, Pandit Lochan Prasad Pande had made  this land pious.
Chief Minister threw light on the various policies and social-welfare programmes of the Central and State Governments. The main aim of vikaas is to alleviate the sufferings of the deprived sections of the society and make lives of poor easier by providing them amenities. Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country to allocate subsidized rice and free Iodized salt to the poor and needy. Health Insurance Scheme provides coverage up to Rs 50 thousand to poor and ill patients. Smart Cards had been allocated to almost 95 per cent of the population.
Dr. Raman Singh said that Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's 'Ayushman Bharat' project will help health coverage up to Rs Five lakh. Patients suffering from heart, kidney and cancer diseases will benefit from the scheme. Chief Minister said that entire State is being connected with road, rail air and electricity network. Steps are being taken to up link the ten thousand gram panchayats with high-quality Internet facilities. Optical fibre network is being laid up to distance of six thousand kilometer under the Bharat Net Project. 'Smart Phones' will be distributed to 50 lakh families under the Information Revolution Project.
Dr. Raman Singh gave details of the new concessions announced for the farmers. He said that 'Flat Rate' will be charged over and above the consumption of 7, 500 units of electricity consumed by the farmers. The farmers can use more than one irrigation pump and still will be charged 'Flat Rate'. Chief Minister said that subsidy of Rs One lakh had been reintroduced on irrigation pump connections. Panchayat Raj Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, MP Mrs. Kamaladevi Patle, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Ambesh Jangde, MLA Dr. Khilawan Sahu, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Swanni and senior officers of several departments were also present.    

 



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