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Look at the pictures, how did the passengers save by the Burning Bus?

A major tragedy in Chhattisgarh's Rajnandgaon district was over. There was a sudden fire in a moving passenger bus. After this the pompous tumor went off.

The fire was so fierce that it slowly became completely white after burning in smoke. The bus was headed towards Mohallanpur from Rajnandgaon.

Given the fire in the bus, there was a panic in the passengers. The driver set the bus on the road. After that the passenger jumped off the bus and saved his life.

It is a matter of relief in the whole matter that there was no loss of life in it.

After the incident, Inder Shah Mandvi, MLA of Mohalla-Manpur constituency, reached the spot and took stock.

Bus got badly burnt.

An incident happened near the Toloom village of Manpur police station area of Rajnandgaon. A sudden fire caught on the bus of Kanker Travels

After the fire, passengers of the bus were transported from other means to their destination.

The body of a boy and girl got hung in a tree, Matter of love affair

Rajnandgaon : Police found a boy and a girl's body on the hill of Kunjamtala village of Mohla. The youth was identified as Durgesh Gond 18 years and Girl is a minor 13 years.Both the deceased were missing from their home on April 20 and On Friday, Both of them found dead on Friday. Both of them ate first poison and then hanged. Both boys and girls were from the same village. Police is investigating the case, This case looks like a love affair.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Railway Minister Mr. Piyush Goyal did the Kathghora-Mungeli-Kavardha-Dongargarh Railroad

This project costing approximately Rs.6 thousand crores
295 km rail line will be laid in

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Railway Minister Mr. Piyush Goyal today laid foundation stones of the construction work of Katangora-Mungeli-Kavardha-Dongargarh, about 295 km of the railway track at the function organized at Kavardha, headquarter of Kabirdham district this afternoon. The total cost of this project is about Rs. 5,950 crore 54 lakhs.
    It is noteworthy that the construction of a 295-km railway project is going to be completed in about 53 months by road from Kanghora to Dongargarh via Mungeli and Kawardha. On this line, people of Korba, Bilaspur, Mungeli, Kavardha and Rajnandgaon will benefit from the passenger train facility in five districts of the state. 25 railway stations will also be constructed on this route for the passengers. Railway stations will also be built in Katghora, Ratanpur, Mungeli, Kawardha and Khairagarh.
    The work of survey of this railway project has been completed. Work of land acquisition is in progress. This rail project has three share holders, including Chhattisgarh Railway Corporation Limited, CRCL. 48 per cent, 26 per cent of Mahagen's and ACBIIL. Has a 26 percent stake. The agreement was signed by the shareholders on September 24, 2018 and the project was approved by the Central Cabinet on September 26, 2018. Chhattisgarh Railway Corporation Limited (CRCL), a joint venture company named after Chhattisgarh Railway Corporation Limited (CRCL) with 51% of the Government of Chhattisgarh and 49% of the Ministry of Railways for the development and expansion of the rail network in the state. has gone.
    In the program, Minister of Commerce and Industry and Urban Administration, Shri Amar Agarwal, Forest and Law Minister, Mr. Mahesh Gagra, Lok Sabha MP from Rajnandgaon Mr. Abhishek Singh, Parliamentary Secretary and MLA of Pandaria Shri Motiram Chandra Vasant, MLA of Kavdha Mr. Ashok Sahu and Dongargarh MLA Mrs. Sarojini Banjera, President of Chhattisgarh State Backward Classes Commission, Dr. Siyaram Sahu, several public representatives and citizens D number were present.

Raipur: Chief Minister commits expansion work of Rajnandgaon and Dongargarh railway station; Shilanyas: Both stations will be equipped with modern facilities

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh laid the foundation stone of expansion works at Rajnandgaon and Dongargarh railway station at a cost of Rs. 96 crores in the program organized at Rajnandgaon Railway Station today. A new warehouse will be constructed at the Rajnandgaon station near the new building of the station and near the Parri Nallah at a cost of Rs 70 crore. Mr. Sunil Singh Soine, General Manager, South-East Central Railway informed the Chief Minister about the expansion works on both the stations.
    Under modernization of Rajnandgaon station, the work of laying new tracks, constructing new platforms, construction of footoverbridge and automatic stair (escalator) will be done. In addition, the cooling system will be installed in the station for the passengers to get rid of heat. The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone for expansion works at the cost of Rs 26 crores in Dongargarh Railway Station. Under this, construction of new station building and up and down platform in Dongargarh and extension of footoverbridge will be done.
    In the Rajnandgaon station, the old warehouse will be broken into a new platform. With the creation of a new platform, the well-publicized demand of the residents will be met. This will not require passengers to go to the platform to travel towards Nagpur. Trains to Nagpur can also be operated from this new platform. The existing warehouse of Rajnandgaon Railway Station is being shifted to form a new platform. The new godown is being constructed in Parry, three kilometers from Rajnandgaon station. Rajnandgaon Lok Sabha MP Mr. Abhishek Singh, Mrs Sarojini Banjare, Mayor of Rajnandgaon Municipal Corporation, Shri Madhusudan Yadav, Mayor of Rajnandgaon Municipal Corporation, Shri Neelu Sharma, President of State Warehousing Corporation, Commissioner of Durg Division, Mr. Sh. Dilip Vasanikar, Collector Shri Bhim Singh, Mr. P.K., Chief Manager, South East Central Railway; Mr. O.P., Assistant Commerce Manager, Jena and Nagpur Railway Board. Many officers of Railway including Jaiswal and dignitaries of Rajnandgaon were present.

Looking at the model school, the chief minister said - Your school was very good: learning to teach children to mind

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated Padmamal Punna Lal Bakshi Kanya Higher Secondary School in Rajnandgaon. Dr. Raman Singh taught the students there to study with their heart. He said - Your school was very good. All the facilities are available here. In addition to the studies, there is a lot of facilities for sports and cultural activities, so I congratulate the district administration. The Chief Minister said that smart class facility has been provided for the schooling. You will find people very interesting to study with modern technology. On this occasion, the Chief Minister met the girls in the classes.
    The Chief Minister also honored UNICEF Consultant Ms. Shikha Rana and Executive Officer RES Mr. RK Dubey for doing better work for Model School. On this occasion, Minister of State in charge of the district and Minister of Public Works Mr. Rajesh Murat, Member of Parliament Mr. Abhishek Singh, Vice President of 20 Point Program Implementation Committee Mr. Thokchand Parakh, Mayor Mr. Madhusudan Yadav, President of State Scheduled Castes Commission Shri Ramji Bharti, State Warehouse Chairman of the Corporation Shri Neelu Sharma, President of State UrdU Academy, Mr. Akram Qureshi, Chairman of State Social Welfare Board. Mrs. Shobha Soni, former President of Textbook Corporation Mr. Ashok Sharma, President of District Cooperative Central Bank Mr. Sachin Baghel, Chairman of Rajgami Samarth Trust, Shri Ramesh Patel, Chairman of Municipal Corporation Mr. Shiv Verma, former President of Rajgumi Estate Trust, Mr. Santosh Agarwal, The dignitaries were present along with former MLA Mr. Vinod Khandekar and former District Panchayat President Mr. Bharat Verma.
Chief Minister asked Neha how is feeling in school
    The Chief Minister inspected the lab. There, the student doing practical, introduced her to Neha and asked questions, Neha how you feel in school. Neha said, the Chief Minister looks very good to us here. Studies have been getting very good, as well as an affinity for cultural activity, which we feel is very good. There is also a basketball hair court. There is a huge field. We will study a lot and play a lot.
Chief Minister said: I will see cultural program today
    After the Chief Minister's address, the students were sitting ready to present the cultural program. Seeing his grief over the presentation of cultural program, the Chief Minister said that you people should start your cultural program. I will also say my thing. After this the Chief Minister said that your program is the most important, they should start first.
Hummer Leica-Hummer School Mobile App Launch
    On this occasion, the Chief Minister also launched Hummer Leica, Hamar School Mobile App. This app is designed with the help of UNICEF. Through this app, members of Panchayat members or School Management Committee can view the school and share it to their Feedback Administration.
Collector information
    Collector Shri Bhim Singh gave brief information on Model School on this occasion. He said that the model school has been started in the school district as an experiment to promote girl education. Gradually, other schools will also be developed as a model school. He said that this school has facilities for hi-tech computers, science laboratories, smart classrooms, e-libraries, indoor and outdoor sports. There is a huge ground spread over 6500 feet. CCTV camera is available for security. During the menstrual period, there should not be any problem for girls, sanitary napkin vending machines and insininators have been installed.

Chief Minister of Central School inaugurated: Study will be better in the fully functional premises: Dr. Raman Singh

Building is constructed at a cost of around 16 crores
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated the newly constructed building of Kendriya Vidyalaya in Rajnandgaon. He said that this fully equipped building would be very useful for the students. He said that good quality education is also good in a better environment. Looks good in children's faces, seeing happiness. On this occasion, MP Abhishek Singh told the children that there was a lot of problem in the old building. There was a lot of pressure in the rainy season. The building has been built on the special initiative of the Chief Minister. Now people take a lot of time to study. It is worth mentioning that this building has been constructed at a cost of Rs 16.81 crore.
    On this occasion, the Minister in charge of the district and the Minister of Public Works Department, Mr. Rajesh Murat, Vice President of 20 Point Program Implementation Committee Mr. Thokchand Parakh, Mayor Mr. Madhusudan Yadav, President of State Scheduled Castes Commission Shri Ramji Bharti, President of State Warehousing Corporation Mr. Neelu Shri Akram Qureshi, President of State Urdan Academy, Smt. Shobha Soni, President of State Social Welfare Board, Former Chairman of Textbook Corporation Mr. Ashok Sharma, Chairman of District Cooperative Central Bank Mr. Sachin Baghel, Mr. Ramesh Patel, President of Rajgamami Estate Trust, Municipal Councilor Mr. Shiv Verma along with dignitaries were present.

Rajanandgaon is dreaming of a universal medical college: Dr. Raman Singh: Chief Minister inaugurated the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Memorial Government Medical College Building

Cancer patients will be screened with the help of Tata Institute

478 crores of work given to the people in a day

Speaking on the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed building of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Memorial Government Medical College in Rajnandgaon, the Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that today is the historic day for Rajnandgaon. When the dream of the citizen's fully equipped medical college is coming true. He said that Rajnandgaon is fast moving forward in the field of education, health and sports. In one day, this city was set up with Rs. 308 crore government medical college building at a cost of Rs. 54 crores, with a new look at Digvijay Stadium, a cost of Rs. 16 crores, at Kendriya Vidyalaya Bhawan and costing approximately one hundred crores. Different facilities developed in the railway station, including railway platform and cargo warehouse, are being procured.
    The Chief Minister said that the responsibility of the residents of Rajnandgaon district as a legislator was entrusted to me, today it seems that I have been able to achieve some extent in fulfilling it. Dr. Singh said that the medical college will be arranged for cancer patients with the help of the Tata Memorial Institute at Rajnandgaon Medical College and the first treatment of cancer patients will be arranged. He said that all the state-of-the-art facilities including the 500-seat grand stadium in this medical college will be developed in the coming time. The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh Autonomous Medical College has passed the Academic Model Service Rule 2018, in which the Executive Committee of the College's Self-governing Committee has been empowered to appoint the teachers of the college and pay their salaries. After the implementation of this rule, there will be no shortage of teachers in medical colleges of Chhattisgarh.
    While giving information about the expansion of health facilities in the state in last 15 years, Dr. Singh said that the number of medical colleges in the state has increased from two to ten, including AIIMS. The number of nursing institutes has increased from one to four today. Under the Chief Minister's Health Protection Scheme, each family of the family is being provided free treatment up to 50 thousand rupees. While mentioning the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, the world's largest health care scheme, launched by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, said that in this scheme, about 40 lakh poor families of the state will get free treatment upto five lakh rupees. Public works minister Mr. Rajesh Murat, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Abhishek Singh and Mr. Madhusudan Yadav, Mayor of Rajnandgaon Municipal Corporation also addressed the function. The Secretary, Health Department, Mrs. Niharik Barik Singh gave detailed information about Rajnandgaon Medical College.

Dr. Raman Singh attended the closing ceremony of the Rajnandgaon Premier League organized by Chhattisgarh Jan mahotsav Samiti in Village Tedesara near Rajnandgaon this evening.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh joined the closing ceremony of Rajnandgaon Premier League organized by Chhattisgarh Janhotsav Samiti in village Tedesara near Rajnandgaon this evening. He appreciated the event and said that this competition will be provided in a grand format in the coming time. Cricket and Kabbadi matches were played between different teams in this competition. The Premier League's cricket competition is being organized in different villages of Rajnandgaon Assembly by the Chhattisgarh Jan Utsav Samiti in the year 2011. This time the Kabaddi has been included in this Premier League competition for the first time. Kabaddi has been included in this Premier League competition.
During this time, the Chief Minister enjoyed the final match of Kabaddi competition between Grama Ira and Torankatta and appreciated the exciting match. Dr. Singh said that my wish also was that in the competition organized by the Rajnandgaon Premier League, the youth of Rajnandgaon should join the maximum number and get a favorable atmosphere for the game. Dr. Singh was honored with the award of Rs. 74 thousand 444 and the runner-up of Tornankatta by providing 44 thousand 444 cash and running shield to the Kabaddi competition winner Team Ira for this event of Rajnandgaon Premier League. Under the cricket competition, winning team Manaki was rewarded with 74 thousand 444 rupees and runner-up team Waldikala by providing 44 thousand 444 cash and running shield. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also released Mobile Application in connection with the development schemes of Chhichgarh government.
On this occasion, organizer of the organizing committee Mr. Saurabh Kothari briefed about the importance and objectives of this event. On this occasion, Member of Parliament Mr. Abhishek Singh, President of Chhattisgarh Social Welfare Board, Mrs. Shobha Soni, Chairman of State Warehousing Corporation Mr. Neelu Sharma, Vice President of Twenty-Point Program Implementation Committee Mr. Thokchand Parakh, Former President of Civil Supplies Corporation Mr. Lilaram Bhojwani, District Shri Sachin Baghel, Chairman, Co-operative Central Bank, Shri Naresh Daklia, Raj, Member of the State House Building Board Mr. Ramesh Patel, President of the State Consumption Trust, Mr. Rajesh Kaul, President of State Food Commission and Mr. Ashok Chaudhary, President of State Brewing Federation, former MP Mr. Pradeep Gandhi, Former Chairman of Rajgumi Samity Trust, Mr. Santosh Agarwal, District President, Smt Sarita Kannauj. Sports lovers and enlightened citizens were present

The Chief Minister today inaugurated and i 32 construction works worth Rs. 303 crores in a beneficiary conference organized in Tedesara in Rajnandgaon district.

Prime Minister's Housing Scheme: House acceptance letter to more than three thousand beneficiaries

The Chief Minister today inaugurated and inaugurated 32 construction works worth Rs. 303 crores in a beneficiary conference organized in Tedesara in Rajnandgaon district. Out of these, he inaugurated 20 works worth Rs 42 crores and made Bhumi Pujan of 12 works of Rs. 261 crores. Dr. Singh has constructed 4 police sub-stations at Nirvahi, Hatbanjari, Dongargaon and Surgi, newly constructed 4 electric sub-stations of 33/11 KV and cost of Rs 8 crore at 4 police station buildings, constructed at Gantatalola, Dongargarh, Baitilab and Baggadii, Also, 24 non-gazetted houses of 21.99 crore and 144 police reservoirs have been releasedOn the occasion, the Chief Minister gave a landslide of the Thalkadih-Durg Marg at a cost of 116 crores and costing Rs 88 crores to the Dongargaon-Khuji-Pinkapar-Jvartala road. He also carried out the Bhumi Pujan of 132 KV substation at a cost of Rs 45 crores in Jangalpur (Indemara) and Rs 1.32 crores Surgi Solar Udawahan Irrigation Scheme. The Chief Minister gave a landslide of road construction work to the Dongargarh-Baurilab Maharashtra border at a cost of Rs 8.17 crore. He laid the foundation stone of primary health center in Chhuriya Vikaskhand's Haldula, sub-health center in Jhadikharyi and Churia development block, Buchatola and Khuji in Dongargaon Vikaskhand.
In the conference 3250 beneficiaries received the letter of acceptance letter of Prime Minister's Housing Scheme, National Rural Livelihood Mission loan amounting to Rs. 3 crores to 2000 beneficiaries, under Rashtriya Rashtriya Krishi Bima Yojana, Rabi in 2017-18, compensation crops of 30 crores 70 lacs Insurance funding launched. Addressing the gathering in Tadesara, the Chief Minister said that the Government is always standing with the farmers of Rajnandgaon district including Chhattisgarh. Under the National Crop Insurance Scheme in Rajnandgaon district, an amount of Rs. 465 crore has been provided to one lakh 51 thousand 706 farmers. Under the section 6 (4) of the Revenue Book Circular, assistance of Rs. 125 crores has been given to 2 lakh 24 thousand farmers. The Chief Minister said that now farmers will be paid with the support price and bonus amount at the rate of 2050 rupees per quintal with the purchase of paddy. The Chief Minister said that the work of organizing and connecting women through self-help groups has been done better in Rajnandgaon district. He said that under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Swasthya Yojna, assistance of upto Rs 5 lakhs will be provided for the treatment of critical diseases. He said that about 40 lakh people of poor families of Chhattisgarh will get health protection. Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Ajay Chandrakar and MP Abhishek Singh also addressed the conference. On this occasion, Shri Nilu Sharma, President of Chhattisgarh Boro Home Corporation, Mr. Thokchand Parakh, Vice President, 20 Point Program Implementation Committee, President of Chhattisgarh State Women Commission, Smt. Shobha Soni and many public representatives and office bearers of various organizations were present on this occasion.

Rajnandgaon: Women's power center scheme will start, get these benefits

In Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh launched the Women Power Center Scheme. The scheme will be run in 11 districts, through which women will be made aware. Under this, information about all the government schemes will be provided to the women as well as help. The Chief Minister also inaugurated the women power station Asmita Bhawan in the collectorate of Rajnandgaon.

CM Dr. Raman Singh's program was organized in Rajnandgaon on Thursday. Women, policemen and sarpanches who work for exploitation in the program were also honored. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated the scheme and described it as a historic opportunity for the state. Dr. Raman Singh said that after the launch of this scheme, more women will be encouraged in the empowerment of the women. The benefit of this scheme will be to the women of every section of the state.

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