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Congress MLA said this on the allegation of misbehavior of Air India women staff


By : TNIS

MLA Vinod Chandrakar (MLA Vinod Chandrakar), MLA from Mahasamund assembly constituency in Chhattisgarh, has been severely accused by Air India.

Mahasamund: MLA Vinod Chandrakar (MLA Vinod Chandrakar), MLA from Mahasamund assembly constituency of Chhattisgarh, has been severely accused by Air India. The MLA is alleged to have misbehaved with the lady employee of Air India by the MLA at Raipur Airport on 7 September. Air India has blamed Vinod Chandrakar for the misconduct, saying strict action against him. However, MLA Vinod Chandrakar denied the abuse. Also, defamation has been said on Air India.

Actually the whole case is on 7 September, when MLA Vinod Chandrakar (MLA Vinod Chandrakar) was going from his Raipur (Raipur) to Ranchi with his colleagues. MLA Vinod Chandrakar, while talking to News 18, said that the employees of Air India are talking upside down to Kotwal. The MLA said that there was a flight at 6:30 in the evening. They reached the airport at 6 o'clock. Then there was a delay during security checking. Meanwhile, Air India employee Rahul came there and talked about being late and asked to hurry, but the second check was delayed again. During this time, the rest of the companions had reached the gate and the female employee standing at the gate was requested to wait for 2 minutes, the MLA is coming.

Employees did not listen

According to MLA Vinod Chandrakar, the female employee did not listen to her colleagues and closed the gate. After this, the MLA arrived to talk to Air India's authority. But everyone said that they could not do anything. After which he left for Ranchi by road on the second day. The MLA says that CCTV should be investigated. Milk will be milk and water will be water .. If I have misbehaved then get an FIR made against me and if I am innocent then I will claim defamation. MLA Chandrakar said that he had complained about this to people named Air India Ashwani Lohani, Manpreet and Prafulla.




Training of Nodal Officers of Voters Awareness Forum Training in the auditorium of the district panchayat Bagbahara


According to the action plan of Mahasamund, 27 March 2019 / Collector and District Election Officer, Chairman of the directive and sweep of Mr. Sunil Kumar Jain and under the guidance of Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat, according to the action plan of the District sweep committee, Mahasamund, in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. For the training of nodal officers of various departments voter awareness forum Damage is being done. In the same link on March 25, 2019, the officials of the development block and the secretaries of the Gram Panchayat, in the auditorium of Bagbahra Janpad Panchayat, were given training by district nodal officer Pramod Kannauj under the voter awareness forum. In the training, how to create awareness among the general public so that they can check whether their name is in the voters list or if there is a need to correct the error wherever necessary. If their name is not in the voter list, they can register themselves in more than one place to apply for the name of the voters' list and the names of dead transferring voters. On this occasion Mr. P. Pandey Additional Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Bagbahra, Lakhan Sahu Senior Taxation Officer, Komal Sahu Social Education Organizer, Sanjay Sharma Assistant Contracting Officer, Mr. Umesh Dixit, Assistant Contracting Officer, Sunderlal Sahu Assistant Taxation Officer, Mansing Barhaa Assistant Taxation Officer, Kejumam Thakur Assistant Contract Officer, Kshir Sagar Patel Assistant Contracting Officer, Uday Bh Second clerk, only Ram Tandon Bikarksiksik Secretary of 110 panchayats of Bagbahra and Vikas block were present. All the people present on this occasion were administered the oath to motivate voting by P. Pandey Additional Chief Executive Officer Janpad Panchayat Bagbahara, voting for all the people of his family and voting for all the people around him.




Supervisor Supervisor and Anganwadi workers took oath Awareness campaign for cent percent polling


According to the action plan of Mahasamund, 27 March 2019 / Collector and District Election Officer, Chairman of the directive and sweep of Mr. Sunil Kumar Jain and under the guidance of Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat, according to the action plan of the District sweep committee, Mahasamund, in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. Voters awareness campaign is being run by various departments. In this connection, the Voter Awareness Program was organized by the Women and Child Development Department at Town Hall Mahasamund, in which the functionaries of the Women and Child Development Department, Sudhakar Bodale, informed about the importance of voting to the workers, supervisors present. Why is it necessary, your vote of one vote is of the utmost importance. Your voting is the life of democracy. Your voting should not be avoided by any kind of greed. All of you have to motivate people to vote for cent percent of voting by running a voter awareness campaign in areas with low turnout in their respective areas. People are invited to vote for the activities of electoral literacy club, contact Rangoli and home. Speaking on the occasion, Secretary of District Sweep Committee Mahasamund, Mr. Rakhraj Sharma also addressed the present workers and supervisors, saying that low voting is a matter of concern, as a conscious citizen, we must exercise the right of our franchise, People around should be motivated to vote. Employed by the workers to rally people to vote. The program was administered by the District Program Officer Mr. Bodley to motivate all the people present in the program to vote.




Lok Sabha Elections-2014 General Observer appointed for Lok Sabha election


Dr. Pawan Kotwal has been appointed General Observer by the Election Commission of India for Mahasamund, 27 March 2019 / Lok Sabha Parliamentary Area, Mahasamund. As a general observer, the official number of Indian Administrative Service Dr. Kotwal is 9419180904, which can be contacted. The general observer, Dr. Kotwal Circuit House, is staying in the room number one of Mahasamund. The time for meeting with the general observer is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.




Nomination of 14 candidates for Mahasamand parliamentary constituency valid Nomination form for four candidates canceled


Mahasamund In the Mahasamund Parliamentary seat for the second phase of the election of 27 March 2019 / Lok Sabha election 2019, nomination papers of 14 candidates were found valid after the scrutiny of nomination papers today. Among the candidates whose nomination papers were valid, Chunnilal Sahu (Bharatiya Janata Party), Mr. Dhan Singh Kosaria (Bahujan Samaj Party), Shri Dhanendra Sahu (Indian National Crusade), Shri Ashok Soni (Ambedkarite Party of India.), Comrade Bhojlal Netam (Communist Party of India), Shri Rohit Kumar (National Janhaksha Party), Dr. Virendra Chaudhary (Bhartiya Shakti Chetna Party), Shri Patel Sh. Mr. Jitendra Singh Dhruv (Independent), Mr. Champalal Patel Guruji (Independent), Mr. Jagmohan Kadam (Independent), Mr. Tarun Kumar Dudsena (Independent), Mr. Devendra Singh Thakur (Rajput) and The nomination papers of Mr. Santosh Banjare (Independent) have been found to be valid.
Nomination forms of four candidates canceled after scrutiny
After scrutiny of nomination papers submitted by candidates for the Mahasamund parliamentary constituency under Lok Sabha elections, a total of four nomination papers were rejected for various reasons. As per the information received, the applications received after the last date of submission of nomination papers after March 26, 2019 were scrutinized on March 27, 2019. Due to various types of errors found in some of these applications, they were canceled by the Returning Officer. These include Mr. Sandeep Deewan (Bharatiya Janata Party), Mr. Idris Moh. The nomination papers of Qureshi (Independent), Shri Ajay Banjare (Shivsena) and Shri Devprasad Kelkar (Republic Party of India (Reformer)) have been canceled. The last date for withdrawal of nomination papers is March 29, 2019.




Leprosy Mass Awareness Rally MLA Chandrakar Launched by green flagging


Mahasamund 31 Jan

On the occasion of Jan 30, the death anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi organized a program in the campus of Ashbai Golcha Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Mahasamund under the Touch Leprosy Awareness Campaign. The program was inaugurated by Mahasamund MLA Mr. Vinod Chandrakar and Mr. Daulal Chandkar by offering a lamp lit and a prayer on Gandhi's photograph.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Vinod Chandrakar, MLA, while addressing the Gram Sabhas and Touch Leprosy Awareness Campaign which is being run from 30th January to 13th February 2019, said that it was successful in spreading all the well-known campaign campaigns. . If the symptoms of leprosy appear in your home and the people around you, encourage them to check and treat them immediately and help you to make your district leprosy free.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Vinod Chandrakar, MLA, while addressing the Gram Sabhas and Touch Leprosy Awareness Campaign which is being run from 30th January to 13th February 2019, said that it was successful in spreading all the well-known campaign campaigns. . If the symptoms of leprosy appear in your home and the people around you, encourage them to check and treat them immediately and help you to make your district leprosy free. On this occasion, it was challenged to remove the misconceptions related to leprosy in relation to leprosy, and to keep the leprosy patients in the mainstream of society, with their family and society, because leprosy is a common disease like other diseases and It is cured by all modern hospitals in free public hospitals.

Giving information related to the Gram Sabhana and Taste Leprosy Awareness Campaign by Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar, that from 30th January to 13th February, 2019, in the village panchayats organized in the village panchayats of the district, by the Sarpanch, To get rid of discrimination, swear and announcement regarding leprosy patients should be searched early and kept in the mainstream of the society. Security

And the information of leprosy will be given by the health worker of the concerned area at the time of prayer in school. Civil surgeon Dr. R.K. Paradl, giving information regarding symptoms and treatment of leprosy, told that if the early signs of leprosy disease such as staining of skin, including stenosis, prompt scrutiny of tingling sensation and cooling in hands, should be done by MTDT. With complete and regular treatment, it can be avoided by malignant maladies.

The program was conducted by Mr. Pramod Tiwari and he took oath through reading oath and declaration regarding the removal of discrimination against leprosy, early detection and treatment of leprosy patients and keeping them in mainstream society. Apart from this, swearing-in was also done in connection with the liberation of narcotics. Laundering a public awareness rally was inaugurated by Mahasamund MLA Mr. Vinod Chandrakar and Chief Medical and Health Officer with green flag.

Rally Ashi Bai Golchha ends with the Government Girls' Higher Secondary School, Gandhi Chowk, Bithoba Tokiz Chowk, Ambedkar Chowk, Nehru Chowk and Aasibi Golachha Government Girls Higher Secondary School. On the conclusion, on the occasion of martyr's day, Mahatma Gandhi and the brave martyrs were given a two-minute silence by shudvanjali.

District Leopard Officer Dr. V. P. Singh performed the gratitude. Ashi Bai Golcha in the rally, NSS of Government Girls Higher Secondary School All the students, including students of Scouts of the Model Child Higher Secondary School, Mahasamund, participated in the Government Men's Multipurpose Health Workers Training Center.

Public awareness rally, mainly Mr. Ekeshwar Shukla, District Leprosi Consultant, Consultant of Central Leprosy Division Mr. Sarvat Hussain Naqvi, Smt Sarita Tiwari, NSS. In-charge, Shri Ramkumar Sahu, Scout In-charge and NLEP Staff Pramod Tiwari, B.L. Sohu, Vishnu Chandrakar, Mansur Khan, Durgesh Chandkar, RK Sharma, Loknath Chandkar, Parmanand Chandrakar, Jitu Shrivas, Khubchand Thakur were especially present.

 

 




Organizing seminars and workshops under the startup plan tomorrow


Mahasamund 31 Jan

Under the Business Reform Action Plan 2019 and the Startup Scheme, the seminars and workshops will be organized in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Auditorium Jail Road located at Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medical College, Raipur, from 10:30 p.m. on February 2019.

During this time Chief Guest MLA Shri Satyanarayan Sharma, Dhyanendra Sahu and Kuldeep Juneja will be present. Under the guidance of Chhattisgarh Commerce and Industry Department and Collector Raipur, joint workshop of District Trade and Industry Center Raipur and Mahasamund is being organized in order to get suggestions and discussions with concerned entrepreneurs and beneficiaries under the Business Reform Action Plan 2019. Entrepreneurs and businessmen of Mahasamund district get benefit by attending this workshop.




Collector took cognizance of immediate matter


Mahasamund 31 Jan

Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain today took serious note of the news published in a newspaper and asked to take immediate action to benefit the victim and take strict action against the culprits after the delay. For this, Additional Collector Shri Alok Pandey was directed to take immediate action. Calling the bank manager of the bank concerned by the additional collector, according to the rules, the online record reconciliation work was done in the cases of Mrs. Shanti Bai Sahu by taking NOC online.

Collector Shri Jain called Mrs. Shantibai Sahu today to the District Office and provided him a copy of computerized account and B-1 Khasra in his official room. It is to be mentioned that according to date 30 August 2018 passed in the Revenue Case No. 89A-6 Year 2017-18 of Mrs. Shanti Bai Sahu in the court of Tahsildar Bagbahara, Mrs. Shantibai Sahu, husband Mr. anant ram sahu, Johri Bai husband pardeshi village Bhikhpali,

In order to remove the name of Mrs. Johatri Bai husband Mr. Pardeshi, on the 30th of August 2018, the total amount of land measuring 8 No. of land situated in Khallari, Patwari Light No.-9, 3.220 hectare land was passed. In the aforesaid account, in the name of Mrs. Johatri Bai and Smt. Shanti Bai, there was a loan of one lakh rupees in the Chhattisgarh State Rural Bank branch, Tendukona.

Without the no-objection certificate (NOC), the digitized measles number can not be generated in the computer, after receiving the copy in the hands of the collector of the district, the tears of happiness in the eyes of Mrs. Shanti Bai and her son Shri Kirtan Sahu arose. He expressed his heartfelt thanks to the District Administration.




Political parties hold office meeting


Mahasamund 29 Jan

In the chairmanship of Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, a meeting of various political parties was organized to determine the rates of different commodities in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019 in the meeting room of the District Office. It was decided unanimously in the meeting that it was decided to keep the rate of assembly election 2018 only for Lok Sabha elections 2019.

On this occasion, Shri Dawlal Chandrakar, Shri Aatram Sahu, Dr. Atmaram Navaratna, Mr. Abhishek Jain, Deputy District Election Officer, Shri B.S. Mercury and Election Supervisor, Shri Munnalal Tandiy and other officials were present.

 




Empty shops in Agricultural Produce Market Autonomous Auction on February 5


Mahasamund 29 Jan

In the new mandi office building of Sarayapali, auctioned vacant shops will be held at the old mandi premises of Agricultural Produce Market Committee, Sarai Pali at 1:30 pm on 5th February, 2019. For this, Deputy Commissioner Smt. Thakur has been nominated as representative from the district administration.




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