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The third incident of murder in three days in the district, killing a friend after killing him with an ax, was gambling while cheating


Mungeli Within three days, in Mungeli, Chhattisgarh, the district has become trembling due to three murder incidents. The police were still engaged in the investigation of the murder in Harnachaka village of Mungeli, that another heartbreaking incident has come to the fore today in Dealwapara of Patharia police station area. On a minor matter, a friend killed his own friend with an ax. Earlier also, a murder incident took place in Achanakmar area of ​​Lorami area. In this way, three murders have taken place in the district in three days. The sensation has spread since the incident.

According to information received from DSP Navneet Kaur Chhabra, accused Durgesh Sriwas and deceased Harishankar Jaiswal were gambling with two other accomplices last night. During this time, the four also spilled jam among themselves. After this, while returning from playing gambling, there was a dispute between Harishankar and Durgesh about something.

The young man who was out on bail was killed by a sharp weapon, beheaded, accused surrendered

During this, Harishankar rooted Durgesh with a slap, which made the accused Durgesh so angry that he fired an ax from the house and attacked Harishankar. In this attack, he died on the spot in a blood-soaked condition. However, the Patharia police arrested accused Durgesh and got involved in the investigation of the case.




Chhattisgarh: Girl child burnt alive for resisting molestation, dies during treatment


The minor has given a statement to the police before death. After this, the local police has started further action.

Mungeli A heart-pounding crime has been carried out in the rural area of ​​Mungeli district of Chhattisgarh. The incident is from a village near Mungeli, where the innocent girl (14-year-old) was alone at home and her family went out for some work. At the same time, a neighbor of the village entered the girl's house with impunity and tried to rape the minor, which was strongly opposed by the minor. The young man, who was dazed by the opposition of the minor, burnt the minor alive by sprinkling kerosene (kerosene) brought with him. The child died during treatment.

The innocent boy burning with fire came out of the house screaming, after which the villagers nearby extinguished the fire after heavy efforts and took him to the district hospital with 108 Sanjeevani vehicle. A minor fighting with life and death died in the hospital during treatment. As soon as the matter was known, the Mungeli police immediately came into action and accused Bablu Bhaskar was detained. SDOP Tejram Patel said that further legal action is being taken by taking accused Bablu Bhaskar into police custody. The incident is reported last Wednesday.




Mungeli: During the lockdown, delicious food is being provided to the trapped workers and citizens from other districts of the state in relief camps.


In order to deal with the global infection of Novel Corona Virus (Kovid-19), the lockdown (lockout) has been announced by the Government of India for 21 days on March 23 and 18 days on April 14, ie, on April 14. During this time, the problem of food was created for the trapped workers and citizens of other districts of the state. The state government took the problem of food for the workers and citizens seriously and instructions were given to the district administration to provide free food to the workers and citizens. In compliance of which the Collector of Mungeli district, Dr. Under the guidance of Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure, the district administration took the initiative to provide free food to workers and citizens. On the instructions of the Collector, the Municipal Council of the district Mungeli and Nagar Panchayat Loremi, Patharia and Sargaon have conducted relief camps and are providing daily delicious food to one thousand workers and citizens by following the rules of social distancing there. . Collector Dr. From time to time, Bhure has courtesy visits from the workers and citizens present in the relief camp and is getting information about the food available to them and their health and to provide better and better facilities by getting feedback from the workers and citizens present in the relief camps. Being assured.

During this lockdown, Shri Ram Sewak of Police Station and Tehsil of Mainpur District of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Malkhan, Shri Sanjeev of Police Station Usarahar Tehsil of Narsana, stopped in Sarai (Relief Camp) near Local Rest Building, Mungeli. Rajiv, Mr. Reshav and Mr. Anil Kumar of Tehsil Jaswant Nagar told that no free accommodation and food is provided for them by the district administration If it were done, then a big problem would come in front of them They had to wander from rate to rate for food and accommodation. The district administration is arranging free accommodation and food for them. It will be a lifetime memory for him. For this, he has thanked the state government and the district administration.




Chief Minister launches 50-bed maternal and infant hospital


 

Lorami region will get better health facilities

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today released the newly constructed 50-bed Maternal and Child Hospital at a cost of Rs 8.88 crore in the Development Block of Lonarami in Mungali district on Thursday. With the introduction of this hospital, the surrounding area residents, including Lorami, will now be provided with better health facilities. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also reviewed the digital X-ray and other equipments of the newly constructed hospital and received information regarding staff and facilities from Chief Medical and Health Officer.

    On this occasion, Minister of Cooperation and Culture and in-charge of the district Mr. Dayaladas Baghel, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Minister, Mr. Punnulal Mohale, Bilaspur Lok Sabha MP Mr. Lakhanlal Sahu, Parliamentarian Secretary and MLA of Lorami Area Mr. Tokhan Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary and Takhtpur Regional MLA Mr. Raju Singh Kshatri, President of State Home Building Board, Mr. Bhupendra Savni, And MLA Shri Bhupendra Singh Thakur, District Panchayat President Mrs. Varsha Singh other public representatives and district administration, senior officials and health department officers and employees were present.




CM announces opening additional collector's office and sub-treasury office in Lorami


Mungeli-Lorami New Story of Crafted Development: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that the former Prime Minister of Bharat Ratna, late Shri Atal Bihari Bajpayee gave the state of Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh Government is making their dreams come true. After the formation of State and a separate district in January 2012, Mungeli-Lorami has developed a new development story. In the coming time, the district of Mughli will be four times faster.

The Chief Minister, Dr. Singh was addressing the mammoth Amhar Sabha held here today in the Varmodhkhand headquarters, Lorami, in Mungali district under the guidance of Atal Vikas Yatra. On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated 122 construction works of Rs. 386 crores 19 lacs for the development of Lorami region, Bhumi Pujan and Shilanyas on this occasion. On this occasion, he distributed checks of material and aid grant funds to 802 beneficiaries.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said in the general meeting - Today is the historic day for Lorami. Together, the release of development works of around 386 crores and Bhumi Pujan shows how fast the area is moving towards development. While accepting the well-publicized demand of the people of the area, he announced the opening of additional collector's office and sub-treasury office.
He sanctioned 15 lakh rupees on the spot for 7 additional rooms in Lorami's Government College. The Chief Minister also approved the opening of the 33/11 KV power sub-station in Dindori-Navrangpur to resolve the problem of low voltage in the area.
The Chief Minister said that the schemes implemented by the Central and State Governments can be seen in the lives of people of all the sections, including the village, the poor, the farmers and the laborers. Chhattisgarh government has arranged free treatment for the rich and the poor of the state up to 50 thousand rupees per year. After this, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has arranged for treatment of up to Rs. 5 lakhs per year under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme for 37 lakh poor families of the state.
He said that the purchase of paddy at the support price will start from November. Farmers will be given payment of 2050 and Rs 2070 in their bank accounts depending on the variety of paddy sold per quintal including increased support price and bonus.
Referring to various schemes of the farmers, the Chief Minister said that these schemes have strengthened the economic condition of the farmers. Similarly, Vanvasi brothers are being provided Rs 750 crores as Tendupta Bonus. Under the Sky Scheme, 40 lakh women and college students of the state are being provided smartphones. Electricity is being provided to the farmers at flat rate. All these plans can be seen in people's life changes. On this occasion, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Tokhan Sahu also addressed.
On this occasion, the State Food Minister Mr. Punnulal Mohile, Minister of Cooperative and Culture, Mr. Dayal Dass Baghel, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Raju Singh Kshatri, MP of Bilaspur Lok Sabha constituency Mr.Lakhanlal Sahu, President of Chhattisgarh House Building Mr. Bhupendra Savni, The villagers were present.

 

 




Chief Minister inaugurates 122 construction works of 386 crore in Lorami today - Bhumi Pujan


 


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today handed over 122 development works worth Rs 386 crores in Lok Sabha in Lorami of Mungeli district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Out of these, he inaugurated the work of 58 projects of 216 crore 33 lakh rupees and 64 construction works of 169 crore 86 lakh rupees. On the occasion, the Chief Minister distributed material and assistance amounting to Rs. 2 crore 85 lakh to more than eight hundred villagers on this occasion.
Of the completed works, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Mungeli-Lorami-Pundariya Upgradation and Widening work at a cost of 95 crore 94 lakh rupees, 132/133 KV in Jhabh Kabratola at a cost of 34 crores. Power line from sub station and Tammari to Lorami, at the cost of Rs 8.88 million, in newly built Lorami
Under the 50-bed Maternal & Infant Hospital, Chief Minister's Road, the cost of Rs. From the 3 canal Mohadanda drain to Natapar, at the cost of Rs. 32.11 crore, the newly constructed Bhalukhondra to Navagon Degral from Rahu to Bhadmar.
Among the newly sanctioned works, the Chief Minister inaugurated and inaugurated the Lorami-Panjania-Masana-Masani-Jairgaon road upgradation and widening works, costing Rs 93 crores 53 lakhs, Command Area Development and Water Management Work under the Prime Minister's Agricultural Irrigation Scheme Fast Track
Construction of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Construction Work, from Chhaparwa to Ziriya, at a cost of Rs.19 million 10 lakh, Eklavya Residential School in Lorami, built at a cost of Rs. 16 crores, consolidated Kanrasara Anikat on the Maniyari River, built at a cost of Rs. Are there.
In the General Assembly, the Chief Minister has given two hundred workers a bicycle in different schemes, assistance for girls marriage to ten laborers, e-rickshaw for ten workers, tool kit to half a hundred workers, scholarship to 50 students, stitching to 30 women workers Machine, five families to get housing clearance letter in the Prime Minister's housing scheme, five laborers of MNREGA under Tiffin box, solar community irrigation scheme The distribution of the cost of solar pumping of 79 million rupees.
Apart from this, they distributed 50 lakhs of rupees for the mosquito nets, umbrellas, radio, ten tendupta collectors, and a bonus of Rs 2 lakh to Chakra Paduka, 17 farmers to Shakambri pumps, 30 farmers for sprayer pumps and Soil Health Cards, 80 Potters , 05 women under the LPG connection, five single-light connection stripes under the intrinsic electricity bill scheme, three beneficiaries under 23 lakhs Rs distributed dress kits to 30 beneficiaries under the four-wheel, skills development plan.




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