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By setting up a new state, Atal ji has taken the path of visible development to Chhattisgarh : CM Dr. Raman Singh


Raigarh: Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh fixed the journey of 35 km to Tarasala from Khariaia in Raigad district during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra on September 24. During this time the Chief Minister joined Nandeli, Bayang and Chaple to welcome the programs. The villagers warmly welcomed the Chief Minister with warmth. In the welcome meeting of Village Tarakeli, the delegation of the Samvara Society congratulated them for expressing gratitude towards the Chief Minister for improving quantitative error and pronunciation discrimination. The Savvara caste delegation said that caste certificates of Samra caste people are now becoming easy. The Chief Minister apprised the villagers of development chariots in different villages and informed about the plans of the state government. During the Vikas Vikas, the rural women welcomed the chief minister by decorating the artisan's Thal and kalash.

Vikas Yatra has been given the name of Atal Vikas Yatra in memory of state producer Atal ji. On this occasion Dr. Singh inaugurated 41 different publications and foundation stones at a cost of Rs 239 crores 26 lakhs. Out of these, 14 of the cost was 205 crores and 27 crores and 34 crores 25 rupees were worth 14 rupees. On this occasion, Chief Minister Dr. Singh distributed material and assistance amount of Rs.19 lakh 24 thousand to 1429 beneficiaries. Tersupta Bonus of Rs 71 crores was given to the Tendupta collectors at Kharsia.

The Chief Minister said that during the Atal Vikas Yatra it was very happy to see the unprecedented enthusiasm in the area. Public participation in all development works and schemes of the government. Priority of village, poor and peasant rule is the priority. The state government is trying to bring about positive change in the lives of the masses through the welfare schemes. The Chief Minister said that under the Food Assistance Scheme, rice and salt have been arranged for the poor. Several schemes like Mahatari Sake Yojna, Kanyadan Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana are being conducted for the betterment of the people. All got a smart card of Rs 50,000 for treatment. He said that I have come forward to advance development in the 15 year journey.

Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that according to the amount of support price and bonus amount to the farmers, the price of paddy will be available from 2050 to 2070 per quintal. He said that a bonus of 750 crores is being given to Tendupta collectors in the state. Tersupta Bonus of Rs 71 crores was given to the Tendupta collectors at Kharsia. Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, one lakh 99 thousand gas connections have been given in Raigarh. Mobile plans are being given under the Sky Scheme. He said that continuous work is being done to further the work of village, poor and peasantry. He said that in the coming years, we will all work together to make better Raigarh, better Chhattisgarh.

Urban Administration Minister Shri Amar Agrawal said that the Kharsia assembly constituency has witnessed rapid growth. Some areas of Kharsiya region are forest produce and most of the agriculture sector. The former IAS officer Mr. OP Chaudhary also addressed the program. Collector Smt. Shammi Abidi told that on the Bung-Raniguda-Usraot-Kusmura route at the cost of 16 million 97 lakhs on the river Mankad, on the Jabalpur-Aadpathra road at the cost of 8 crore 84 lakh 80 thousand and the dream of Ture-Turekela-Sarvani route Construction of high level bridges has been done at a cost of 4 crores 61 lakh 11 thousand. On this occasion, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sukanya Satyanand Rathia, Chairman of the Home Building Board, Mr. Bhupendra Savni, MLA Mr. Roshan Lal Agarwal, MLA Mrs. Kerabai Manhar, District Panchayat President Mr. Ajesh Purushottam Agarwal, Vice Chairman Shri Naresh Patel, Mr. T.C. Mahavar, IG Shri Pradeep Gupta, a large number of public were present. The program was conducted by Principal Mr. Rajesh Daniels.

 

 

 




Chhattisgarh State giving highest paddy bonus to the farmers in the country dr.raman singh


While addressing a huge gathering in Dharamjyagarh of Raigad district during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the state which gives maximum paddy yield to the farmers in the country and giving them the highest piggy bank bonuses. He said that along with Chhattisgarh, this Dharajjyagarh area of ​​Raigad district is not behind the development.
The picture of this area has changed in the past fifteen years. He said that Dharamsajyad will soon be connected to the brightest Siklen road from Raigarh. Approval of this road has been received under the Bharat Mala project.


In Singh Sabha, Dr. Singh inaugurated and constructed 15 different construction works costing about Rs. 201 crores 44 lacs. On this occasion, he distributed 47 thousand 188 beneficiaries of 44 crores worth 66 lakh rupees and distributed checks. On this occasion, Dr. Singh gave the status of sub-tehsil to the bark,
In the Government College of Dharamjyghad, the announcement of acceptance of postgraduate classes from next academic session and approval of Rs 20 lakh for community building of Rathia society in Dharamjaygarh. On this occasion, the Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnu Dev Sai, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sunithi Rathia, MLA Roshan Agarwal and Mrs. Kerabai Manhar, along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.
The Chief Minister said that the roads in this area have been trapped. Upgradation and widening work of Dharmjaygarh-Kapu Marg, costing Rs 140 crore 71 lakh, Ghodhoda bypass road costing Rs 24 crore 74 lakhs and upgradation work of Pathhol-Kaapu road costing Rs.22 million 48 lakhs was done. is. Dr. Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the state which has the highest pearl bonus for purchasing at the highest price of paddy in the country and to forest dwellers.
He said that 12 lakh Tendupta collectors of the state are being given steps. During the development tour, a bonus of 750 crores will be given to Tendupta collectors. Dr. Singh said that the plans of the state government have changed the lives of the poor. Now, in Chhattisgarh, nobody has to starve anyone. The state government has arranged a kilo of rice for poor families as well as arranging pucca houses, kitchen connections, health care, toilets for millions of families.
Arrangements have been made for the daughters of poor families. Bicycles have been provided to millions of daughters in the Saraswati Cycle Scheme. He said that the state government is connecting people with welfare schemes of governance.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has increased the amount of Rupees one hundred rupees per quintal in the support price of paddy. At the time of purchase at farmers' support price of paddy, the State Government will give bonus to the rate of Rs. 300 per quintal. Now farmers will get Rs 2050 and Rs 2070 per quintal per quintal in accordance with the variety of paddy.
He informed that the farmers are also being given the facility of payment of electricity bills on flat-rate at flats at more than one pumps on irrigation pumps upto five horspers. The state government is giving a grant of one lakh rupees for connection of irrigation pumps. About 12 lakh families of the single-light connection holders of the state are being given the facility of payment of Rs. 100 per month on flat rate, after consuming more than 40 units of electricity.
In relation to the Atal Vikas Yatra, Dr. Singh said that this is a journey of public blessings of Janardan. I consider it as sacred like pilgrimage. Dr. Singh said that a grand memorial will be built in the memory of late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the State Builder, Bharat Ratna and the former Prime Minister of Atal Nagar, New Raipur. For this memorial, the sacred soil of Tulsi Chaura of homes will be brought to the villages and villages. The Union Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnudev Sai also addressed the meeting.

 




CM Dr. Raman Singh inaugurates works & Bhimipuzan of Rs. 201 crores in - Dharamjaygarh


Chief Minister Dr.Ramn Singh today inaugurated 15 different works, bhumi pujan and foundation stones at the cost of about Rs. 201 crores 44 lakhs in the massive General Body held in Dharamjaygarh, Tehsil headquarter of Raigad district under the statewide Atal Vikas Yatra. They inaugurated the five works for the construction of ten works and costing Rs 9.99 crore at the cost of 191 crores 44 lakhs.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh distributed material and assistance amounting to 44 crores 66 lakhs to 47 thousand 188 beneficiaries in the General Assembly. A large number of villagers were present in the presence of Union Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnu Dev Sai, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sunithi Rathia, MLA Roshan Agarwal and Mrs. Kerabai Manhar.
The Chief Minister laid the foundation of the newly approved works. In addition to upgradation of Pathalgaon-Kapu Marg at a cost of Rs.22 million 48 lakh, the Gharghoda-Bypass road was constructed at a cost of Rs.24 crore 74 lakhs, upgradation and widening work of Dharmajyad-Kapu Marg at a cost of 140 million 71 lakh rupees.
In addition to this, Rs. 71 lakh 99 thousand solar collective irrigation pumps for solar community irrigation pumps in Village Golbuda, new water supply scheme in village-Bhalumar, Patrapali and Bugchaba, at the cost of Rs 58 lakh 59 thousand. Singh also laid the foundation stone of Dhanajodhara village Ratanpur, Gharghodha village small Gumda and Bhalumar High School Bhawan, at a cost of 20 million rupees 21 lakh.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the completed works. They include 5 senior MIG houses built in Dharamjyagarh at a cost of Rs.67.77 million, Copperarna stapdam, constructed at a cost of Rs. 47 lakhs, 10 Junior M.E.G. and 30 EWS buildings, costing Rs. And 32 houses built by the Police Department at a cost of 2 crore 29 lakhs.

 




Colleges and universities will also get seventh pay scale: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has announced the seventh pay scale for the teachers of government colleges, universities and 100% grant non-government colleges. Dr. Singh has said that he will also be given Arrears. Simultaneously, state government departments will also be eligible for child care living. They will be given benefits according to the rules.
The Chief Minister was addressing the teachers here under the Vision Program of Chhattisgarh 2025 in Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University Auditorium here tonight. He said - In Chhattisgarh state, there is energy, enthusiasm and resources to go to new heights in India. No force in the world can stop Hindustan from becoming a future state.
Educators experience generations of generation and have the power of creation. Their suggestions will be included in the Vision being prepared for the construction of new Chhattisgarh.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Dr. Singh announced to give UGC scales under the seventh pay scale from January 1, 2016 to the teachers of state government colleges, universities and 100% non-government grant colleges. He said that the amount of Arriars will also be given. Dr. Singh said that for the care of the children, the women employees of the state announced that they would be given a child care leave of 730 days during the period of 18 years of their childhood to the extent of two children.
Dr. Singh said that the background has been prepared for the development of new Chhattisgarh from 2003 to 2018 in different areas. In this background, Vision is being prepared to build a new Chhattisgarh village and in this process all the sections will be suggested. He said that this discussion is being started by the Higher Education Department to seek suggestions in various sectors for the creation of new Chhattisgarh.
The Minister of Higher Education, Shri Prem Prakash Pandey also addressed the professors. Secretary, Higher Education, Mr. Surendra Kumar Jaiswal delivered the welcome address. On this occasion, Dr. K.L., Vice Chancellor of Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla University; Verma and Vice Chancellor of Bilaspur University, Dr. G.D. Sharma was also present.

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Raigarh: Farmers in panic, land collapsed in this village, have fallen so far 6 houses


People from Pihara village of Raigad are living in panic these days. Here the atmosphere of fear is due to the events of slipping the ground beneath their feet. The land of Parihar village of Siriya block is suddenly flowing. Due to geo-vertebrate action, houses are collapsing one by one.

So far 6 houses have fallen and bigger cracks have come in more than a dozen houses. People are in a state of distress and fear. After such an event, people are living under their own open space between the heat and the sun. At the same time, a lot of people are still living in the house leaving the house.

Land scientists are assuming landslides as landslides. They say that no one can stop this kind of incident. Due to this negligence, a major accident can occur at any time. The land of the village is falling from one place to another. But at the administrative level so far the victims have not been displaced at some other place.

More than 15 days has passed since the occurrence of land erosion. But at the local level so far the district administration has not provided any help of the victims. People are forced to stay at risk while putting their lives at risk.




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