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Raipur: Chief Minister inaugurated SMC Heart Institute and IVF Research Center


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated the SMC Heart Institute and IVF Research Center equipped with modern medical facilities at ViP Station, Vidhan Sabha Road. The Chief Minister gave best wishes to the operators of the hospital for the successful operation of the hospital. He said that this hospital will provide better facilities to the needy patients. Health Minister, Shri Ajay Chandrakar and Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources Shri Brijmohan Agrawal were present in the program as special guests. Dr. Satish Suryavanshi, the hospital's director, welcomed the guests and said that there are better facilities available for treating maternity complications, including heart disease. Referring to the expansion of health facilities in the state under the leadership of the Chief Minister, he said that the State Government has launched a number of schemes like Chief Minister's Child Health Scheme, Chief Minister Health Security Scheme, which is very effective in providing better treatment facilities to poor families. Are there. Many senior doctors and enlightened citizens were present on this occasion. Thanksgiving was performed by Dr. Pragya Suryavanshi.




Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has given the capital to the state's first athletics stadium


                          

RAIPUR : Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today handed over the capital to Raipur to a new stadium. They inaugurated the first athletics stadium (Swami Vivekanand Stadium) of the state, built in Kota at a cost of around Rs. 17 crores. Dr. Singh also inspected the stadium. He And also took the salute of the attractive March Mast of Scouts.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Chief Guest, he announced the construction of the Kota Stadium as an athletic academy and the construction of the stadium at the Hind Sporting Maidan, located at Idgah Bhata, Raipur. Dr. Singh also inaugurated the three-day District Level Laika Mandi on this occasion.
The Chief Minister said that for Chhattisgarh players and sports lovers today is a historic day. He has got the blessings of the Swami Vivekanand Athletics Stadium, which was completed with the international level facilities in the quota of capital Raipur. At the same time, Chhattisgarh is also ready for organizing national and international level sports competitions.
He said that with the creation of this athletics stadium, the players of the entire state, including Raipur, would be competing with athletic sports such as hockey, high jump, bamboo, triple jump, water jumps, spear, gola feak, as well as their talent in football and badminton. There will be a better chance of refining.
With the construction of the Kota Stadium, another important link has been added in the expansion of sports facilities in the capital. The construction of this stadium will also enable the players to get a golden opportunity to prepare for the upcoming national games.
Dr. Singh said that the district level Laika Mandi, which lasted for three days, has started here. The highlight of this milestone is that in addition to the school children, the teacher will also perform better in sports and cultural activities. Chief Minister Dr. Singh took salute from the NCC and Scouts students' parade in the program. He also witnessed a junk exhibition in Leica Maadai
In the function, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Ramesh Bais said that the Kota stadium in the heart of the city is one of the oldest stadium in Raipur, which has been established in modern form with state-of-the-art sports facilities. This is an important part of the players. He also appreciated the efforts of the state government in the field of health and sports.

 




Raipur: The Chief Minister gave a new stadium to the capital: Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated the state's first athletics stadium


Chhattisgarh ready for national-international sports events: Chief Minister

Chhattisgarh will consist of athletics academy and
The stadium will be made in the Hind Sporting ground in Raipur: Chief Minister announces

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today handed over the capital to Raipur to a new stadium. They inaugurated the first athletics stadium (Swami Vivekanand Stadium) of the state, built in Kota at a cost of around Rs. 17 crores. Dr. Singh also inspected the stadium. He And also took the salute of the attractive March Mast of Scouts. Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Chief Guest, he announced the construction of the Kota Stadium as an athletic academy and the construction of the stadium at the Hind Sporting Maidan, located at Idgah Bhata, Raipur. Dr. Singh also inaugurated the three-day District Level Laika Mandi on this occasion.

The Chief Minister said that for Chhattisgarh players and sports lovers today is a historic day. He has got the blessings of the Swami Vivekanand Athletics Stadium, which was completed with the international level facilities in the quota of capital Raipur. At the same time, Chhattisgarh is also ready for organizing national and international level sports competitions. He said that with the creation of this athletics stadium, the players of the entire state, including Raipur, would be competing with athletic sports such as hockey, high jump, bamboo, triple jump, water jumps, spear, gola feak, as well as their talent in football and badminton. There will be a better chance of refining. With the construction of the Kota Stadium, another important link has been added in the expansion of sports facilities in the capital. The construction of this stadium will also enable the players to get a golden opportunity to prepare for the upcoming national games.

Dr. Singh said that the district level Laika Mandi, which lasted for three days, has started here. The highlight of this milestone is that in addition to the school children, the teacher will also perform better in the field of sports and cultural activities. Chief Minister Dr. Singh took salute from the NCC and Scouts students' parade in the program. He also witnessed a junk exhibition in Leica Maadai

. In the function, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Ramesh Bais said that the Kota stadium in the heart of the city is one of the oldest stadium in Raipur, which has been established in modern form with state-of-the-art sports facilities. This is an important part of the players. He also appreciated the efforts of the state government in the field of health and sports. Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal said that Swami Vivekananda Stadium is the first athletics stadium in the Kota region. It was also very needed. He said that athletic is necessary for any sport. By passing through it, any player can master any game.

 Public Works Minister Shri Rajesh Murat said that this western assembly constituency of the capital is growing rapidly in the form of education and sports hub. Swami Vivekananda Athletic Stadium in this episode is also an unparalleled gift for the players. He said that Kota stadium has been constructed in eight acres of area from the cost of approximately Rs. 17 crores. It has been completed in record time of 15 months. The Secretary, Public Works Department, Mr. Subodh Kumar Singh gave detailed information about the game facilities built in the quota stadium in the departmental report. It is worth mentioning that the Kota Stadium has equipped international level synthetic athletic track, badminton hall and women and men's gym with state-of-the-art facility. Under the facilities of the telegraph, 400-meter long 8-lane synthetic athletic tent, 100 meter synthetic athletic track, 8-lane practice tank has been constructed. Apart from this, long jump, high jump, bamboo jump, throwing chakra, throwing spear, throwing sphere, triple jump, water jumps, hurdles, football ground and 2 badminton courts have been built.

The main pavilion building along with modern auditoriums have also been constructed in the stadium. The total capacity of the viewer's gallery is 3 thousand 560. The main pavilion building of the stadium is made of 2107 sq.m. It has a waiting hall, office room, 4 te ni ning halls, VIP lodge and relaxation room, doctor and medical room, doping test room for players in the ground floor. On this occasion, Minister of Sports and Youth Welfare Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwade, Parliamentary Secretary, Mr. Raju Singh Kshatri, MLA Mr. Shreekand Sundari, President of Chhattisgarh State Seed Corporation Shri Shyam Bass, President of Raipur Development Authority Mr. Sanjay Srivastava, Chhattisgarh State Building Workers Welfare Board President Shri Mohan Anti, Chhattisgarh State Child Rights Reservation Commission Chairman, Mrs. Prabha Dubey, Raipur Municipal Corporation Chairman Mr. Prafulla Vishwakarma, Collector O.P. Choudhury and Municipal Corporation Commissioner Shri Rajat Bansal were present in large number of civilians.




Supreme Court relieved Raman Sarkar for the purchase of AgustaWestland helicopter case!


Raipur: On Tuesday 13 February, on the occasion of Mahashivaratri, the Supreme Court has given a big relief to Raman Sarkar. In fact, the petition seeking a probe in the purchase of AgustaWestland helicopter has been canceled by the Supreme Court, tell you that Opposition West On the purchase of the chopper Raman was constantly attacking the government and was also accusing the big scam, but now the Supreme Court's verdict After the lection, the opposition will have to see what the next strategy will be, since the assembly elections are going to be held this year.




The chief minister's budget, the demands of the education workers will be considered on the recommendation of the Chief Secretary.


Raipur: Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh is presenting his 12th budget in the Chhattisgarh assembly, the main point of the budget -

6 new agricultural colleges will be opened in the state

Animal Rescue Vehicle facility will be started like Ambulish 108 carrying the patients

In Mungeli and Bhatapara, education will be started soon after graduation in Agricultural University.

Foodgrains will be provided to 57 lakh 70 thousand poor families under the food scheme.

Rs. 140 crore provision for Shakambhari scheme

130 crore for the development of irrigation

30 thousand insurance plans for journalists

Announcement of Rs 184 crore for providing interest free short term loans to farmers

Announcement of all the free investigations in all government hospitals of the state for free

Rs 68 crores will be given for modernization of medical college

75 crore for Advance Sugar Factory

Now the benefits of 75% honorarium will be given instead of 50

4 lakh insurance on death due to accident

Anganwadi Sanchalika and Manager's honorarium from Rs 4000 to 5000 and from 2000 to Rs 2500

This time, the education department's budget was Rs. 12 thousand 74 crore.

The demands of the education workers will be considered on the recommendation of the Chief Secretary.

546 crores for crop damage

546 crores 88 lakhs for drought relief

2997 crores for the cultivator Jyoti Yojana

Ajay will be given the power of the power of Pump.

2,997 crore in Farmer Jyoti Yojana

51 thousand solar pumps will be installed

Let the government run the scheme towards the village

850 crores for losses and other expenses in procurement of paddy

A 100-bed civil hospital will be opened in Sarangarh, 50-bed civil hospital in Devbhaga

Recruitment of 100 additional nurses in Mechahara

Free electricity up to 40 million BPL consumers

Insurance cover increased from 75 thousand to 4 lakh by accident

The Hamal Kalyan division will be formed.

The silk project will start from the soil to increase the production.

Pregnant women will be given 3 installments

Sanitary napkins all college, high school, 10 lakh women get direct benefits

30 new colleges will be opened in the state

60 mini stadiums will be built at a cost of 30 crores

The Chief Minister said that the renunciation rate in the state has increased from 0 to 1 percent, and the malnutrition of women has come down from 47 to 37 percent. The Chief Minister said that 10587 gram panchayats were ODF. 150 crore for ODF in Chhattisgarh 800 crores for the toilet.

This time the amount of Rs.1419 crores has been announced for MNREGA, on which Congress leader T. T. Says said the amount of MNREGA has decreased compared to the previous year.




Raipur : Students develop best qualities such as Patriotism, Disclipline and Leadership as NCC Cadets: Dr Raman Singh


National-level Academy to be established in Lakholi of Aarang for training of NCC Cadets

New Battalion of NCC to be established in Rajnandgaon and Korba

Chief Minister felicitates NCC cadets, who were part of National Parade on Republic Day

Raipur Group wins 'Chief Minister Championship Banner'  for tremendous performance

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that students of NCC get to learn best qualities such as patriotism, discipline, bravery, unity, and accountability towards society, which stays with them for life. Chief Minister was addressing the felicitation programme of 126 cadets of NCC Raipur Group, held at Government Engineering College in Sejbahar of capital city Raipur today. On behalf of NCC Directorate of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, these 126 cadets had performed excellently in the parade of national programme of Republic Day held in New Delhi on January 26, which is why this felicitation programme was organized today. In this group, 38 cadets were from Raipur group. Raipur Group won prestigious 'Chief Minister Championship Banner' for their tremendous performance in national parade of Republic Day. Chief Minister gave Chief Minister Championship Banner and Trophy to Raipur Group. He felicitated the cadets of Indore, Jabalpur and other groups for their excellent performance in different categories.

Chief Minister said that he was also a NCC cadet during school days. As NCC cadet, he had learned qualities such as discipline, leadership and courage. After becoming NCC cadet, his personality enhanced and developed. Chief Minister said that these qualities are major life skills, and every NCC cadet should work on developing and excelling these skills. Chief Minister said that it is a matter of pride that this year, 126 cadets of NCC Directorate of Madhya Pradesh-Chhattisgarh were trained by Raipur group in November-December 2017 and prepared for national programme of Republic Day. These cadets participated in various programmes and competitions of Republic Day event in New Delhi and won many medals.

Chief Minister said that two battalions of NCC is being established in Rajnandgaon and Korba, and special academy of NCC will be soon opened in Lakholi village of Aarang block in Raipur district. There are only four such training academies in the country. Additional Director of NCC Directorate Madhya Pradesh-Chhattisgarh General Major General Mr. Mukesh K Dutta and Group Commander of NCC Chhattisgarh Brigadier DB Pani also addressed the programme. Directorate of Public Instructions Mr. S Prakash, In-charge Officers of local NCC units, Vice-Chancellor of the university, senior officers and prominent citizens were present in the programme.




Chief Minister invites herbal companies for capital investment in state : National Symposium 'Vanoshadhi Chhattisgarh'


Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr Raman Singh has invited reputed herbal companies of the country for production of herbal medicines. Dr Singh was addressing the inaugural programme of two-day national symposium on 'Vanoshadhi Chhattisgarh 2018" based on herbal medicines. On the occasion, he released souvenir published by Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plant Board.

Chief Minister informed the herbal medicine manufacturing companies attending the symposium about the scope of farming, production and market for herbal medicines in Chhattisgarh. He said that herbal medicinal plants constitute a major portion of Chhattisgarh's invaluable forest resources. Herbal farming is also developing at an accelerated pace. It is an important source of income for forest dweller families. Herbal medicine based industries will provide good employment opportunities to the forest dweller families engaged in collection of these herbal medicines.

Dr Raman Singh said to the investors that- If you want, you may chalk out action plan for five years, and sign MoU with state government on the second day of the symposium. Chief Minister requested them to contact and discuss their action plan with the officials of Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plant Board and CSIDC. The programme was presided over by Union Steel Minister of State Mr. Vishnu Dai. In this national symposium organized at Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium in Government Science College campus, nearly 400 tradition 'vaidy' and officials of many reputed companies were present.

As Chief Guest of the inaugural programme, Dr Raman Singh said along with traditional agriculture, animal husbandry, dairy, gardening and forestry related works also comes under agriculture sector. In India, especially in states like Chhattisgarh, production and collection of forest produce is an important way of creating financial self-dependence for forest dwellers. Dr Singh said that the market of herbal medicines is expanding exponentially across the world. In near future, it would become one of the biggest markets. Presently, this sector has annual growth rate of 10-15%. Nearly 65% of the herbal market is in hands of China. Hence, India needs to pace up its progress in this direction. 

And new states like Chhattisgarh can contribute whole lot. He said that Chhattisgarh has good scope of herbal medicinal plant farming, production of herbal medicines and supplying into the market. We have vast forest area. Areas like Bastar are home to various species such as turmeric, tulsi etc. Extensive survey is also required for the same. A major national market of harra, baheda, aamla etc forest produce and herbal medicines has been developed in Dhamtari. State has favourable environment too. Keeping in view all the favourable circumstances,  state government is ready to offer every possible aid to investors for establishing herbal medicine processing industry. Chief Minister said- State Government has marked plants and trees of medicinal value at local-level in all the districts. Nursery is also being developed.

Dr Singh said- State Government is developing a herbal garden on 500 acres of land. Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plant Board is making every possible effort for conservation, collection and promotion of herbal medicine farming. State Industrial Development Board is providing all the necessary facilities under its industrial policy. Tax rebate benefit can be deliberated upon. National-level herbal medicine manufacturers and experts in the subject are present in the symposium, their views and opinions will prove beneficial for us. Dr Singh said that nearly 76 kinds of medicinal plant species in India and abroad are on the verge of extinction.  It is necessary to take all kinds of measures to save them. We have also established lab in various districts of Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister said- State Government is taking some serious steps in the direction. CAMPA fund, DMF and other funds are available for funding the aforementioned purposes.

While presiding over the inaugural programme, Union Steel Minister for State Mr. Vishnudev Sai said that entire Ayurveda is based on herbal medicines. Keeping in view its importance, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has established a separate ministry named 'Aayush'. He also lauded state government for various efforts being made under the leadership of Dr Raman Singh for promoting herbal medicinal plant farming.

In the inaugural programme of the symposium, Chairman of Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plant Board Mr. Rampratap Singh, Vice-Chairman Mr. JP Sharma, Chairman of Forest Development Corporation Mr. Shrinivas Rao Maddi, Chairman of CSIDC Mr. Chhagan Lal Mundra, Chairman of State Agriculture and Seed Corporation Mr. Shyam Bais, Chairman of State Cooperative Bank Mr. Ashok Bajaj, Chairman of Matikala Board Mr. Chandrashekhar Pandey, Chhattisgarh Dairy Cooperative Federation Mr. Rasik Parmar, Chairman of Rajya Antyavsayi Sahkari Vikas Nigam Mr. Nirmal Singa, Chairman of Madarsa Board Mr. Mirza Ajaz Beg, Chief Secretary of State Government Mr. Ajay Singh, Additional Chief Secretary of Forest Department Mr. CK Khetan, CEO of Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plant Board Mr. Shirish Chandra Agrawal and officials of other institution concerned, college students and senior citizens were also present. Chairman of State Medicinal Plant Board Mr. Rampratap Singh delivered welcome speech. Additional Chief Secretary of Forest Department also addressed the inaugural programme.




Raipur: Kochi and Sharaabi now start scared to get out of the house, this is the power of the women power of Chhattisgarh: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister said: 42 lakh school children of the state
Sewing work for women groups
Launch of Women Police Self Service Scheme 'Chetna'

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has especially appreciated the role of women in public awareness against the social evil of liquor in the state. They have said that women involved in Bharat Mata Vahini and women's commons have changed the atmosphere of Chhattisgarh in such a way that now both people of Kochi and Sharaabi are scared to get out of the house. Dr. Singh said that this is only the power of women that in the direction of prevention of illegal liquor in the state, the captive captive has got a great success. Accidents have decreased. Dr. Singh was addressing the inauguration ceremony of the women police self-service scheme "Chetna" in Aparanhan district headquarters in the district today. He also blessed the volunteers selected for this scheme and also released the souvenir of the scheme. Simultaneously, he also gave the selected women kit for book use etc. in the scheme. It is notable that for the scheme, the districts of Durg and Korea (Baikunthpur) have been selected as pilot projects. Self-employed volunteers will also be given training. The Chief Minister said in the inauguration ceremony- Women empowerment campaign is getting success in Chhattisgarh through women self-help groups. The work of sewing of Uniforms of school children is also being given to these groups. Dr. Singh said that the work of sewing school uniforms of about 42 lakh schoolchildren is being done by women self-help groups of the state. On the request of the Minister of Women and Child Welfare and Social Welfare Smt. Ramsheela Sahu, the Chief Minister announced the deployment of Women Police Self Service Officer in every ward of urban bodies along with all Gram Panchayat areas of Durg and Korea districts. More than 9 thousand women police volunteers will be deployed in both districts. Of these, more than five thousand women will be from Durg district. Dr. Singh said - It is a matter of happiness that in the direction of empowerment of women, Chhattisgarh government has given 50 percent reservation to women in three-level panchayats, but more than 65 percent of women are elected and led by villagers.

    Dr. Raman Singh lauded the women police self-service scheme during the celebration of the Chief guest and said that this scheme will become a medium of women's consciousness and awakening. With the spirit of duty and responsibility, these sisters will lead the society in the form of self-employed and will play an important role in protecting women from domestic violence and harassment. Simultaneously, he will also try to give women the benefit of the needy women by giving information about the schemes related to the women welfare schemes like Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Scheme, Chhattisgarh Mahila Kosh Scheme, Mahila Jagruti Camp, Chief Minister Kanya Viva Yojana, Mahatari Express. Dr. Singh said that women police volunteers will become the focal points for successful implementation of government schemes. Dr. Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the only and only state of the country which has established the Sakhi One Stop Center in all its 27 districts to help the distressed women. This is a unique plan of its kind in the country. Similarly, Women Helpline 181 is also being operated. In order to assist women suffering from domestic violence, the state government has also appointed protection officers in all 27 districts.

    The Chief Minister said that the women police will also have a mobile phone in the hands of self-help, through which they can talk directly to the minister, MPs and superintendents of their district about women's problems. Calling on Mahatari Express-102, the women themselves will be able to send themselves to the pregnant mothers of their area in hospitals for delivery. Dr. Singh said that with the efforts of the Chhattisgarh government today, the rate of malnutrition including infant mortality rate and infant mortality rates has also decreased considerably and we are in a very good position in the whole country. Women police volunteers also need to see that no needy women should be deprived of treatment.

    Dr. Raman Singh said that under the Ujjwala scheme, women of 18 lakh poor families will be given only LPG connection and cylinder for registration fee of Rs. 200. Prime Minister Shri Modi has increased the target of this scheme from 5 crore to 8 crore across the country. Dr. Singh also informed about the Noni Suraksha Yojna of the Chhattisgarh government and said that after the birth of daughter in poor families, the government will deposit five thousand rupees five years in the name of that newborn baby. When the daughter is 18, she will get one lakh rupees. The Chief Minister congratulated and selected women as women's volunteer women and congratulated them. Women and Child Development Minister, Smt. Ramsheela Sahu also addressed the function. Minister of Higher education and technical education of the state, Shri Premprakash Pandey, Minister of Women and Child Development and Social Welfare, Smt. Ramsheela Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary to Home Department, Mr. Prof. Bachchand Bafna, Lok Sabha MP, Mr. Tamardhuj Sahu, State Women, at the launch ceremony of Women Police Self Service Scheme The Chairman of the Commission Smt Harshita Pandey and MLA of the fort Shri Arun Vora, MLA of Ahivara Shri Nvlram Dahre, MLA Vasalinagr Mr. Vidyartn Bhasin, District Panchayat President Smt Maya Belchandn mayor fortification senior representatives, Women and Child Development Department of the Secretary, including Mrs. Chandrika Chandrakar Mrs. Mkgeeta, Collector Shri Umesh Aggarwal, IGP Mr. GP Singh, Superintendent of Police Shri




Dr. Raman Singh talks to villagers in 'Jansanwad'


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today called upon the agriculturists not to go for paddy sowing in summer months. He advised the farmers to go in for wheat and grams' farming. He said that during the scorching summer heat the water-table recedes under the ground and if the farmers go for paddy sowing then the condition of water table will turn precarious. The entire water table is sucked by the paddy crop. There is a need for less water during the Rabi season.

Chief Minister was advising a farmer Mr. Yogesh Kumar village Pendrikala (development block-Khairagarh) district Rajnandagaon on telephone from his official residence. He was speaking to farmers as a part of his monthly 'Jansamwad'. He spoke to Mr. Suresh Kumar village Raghunathpur (Development block-Premnagar) district Surajpur, Mr.  Somsingh village Darba district Bastar and Mr. Hemanand village Dhaninawa (development block Baramkela ) district Raigarh on his telephone. He enquired about the village development, details regarding the farmers' families.

Dr. Raman Singh asked about the medical facilities, ration shops, schools, condition of anganwadi, irrigation and roads to villages. The villagers were excited to get a direct telephone call from Chief Minister's residence. It may be mentioned here that ' Jansanwad' had been launched on 17 December 2017.

Chief Minister rang up to Mr. Yogesh Kumar and spoke in native dialect and asked many queries. The farmer said that ration shop is operating smoothly, there is a tap connection but some defects in boring well. The school teaches up to eighth standard. There are enough teachers and students in the school. Inoculation of patients occurs every week at the anganwadi kendra. Mr. Yogesh said that cement concrete roads had been laid even in the lanes of the village but some repair works have to be done. There is no shortage of electricity. There are enough irrigation pumps in the village.

Dr. Raman Singh called upon the farmer not to go in for paddy crop in the summer months. Sow wheat and grams crops. He gave details of Smart Health Card and added that a patient can avail of medical facilities up to Rs 50 thousand. The farmer said that all-weather road connects the village to district Rajnandgaon and block headquarter town Khairagarh.

Chief Minister enquired about toilets with farmer Mr. Suresh Kumar village Raghunathpur district Surajpur. The villager said that all the houses in the village have toilets. Ration shop is located at a distance of one kilometer and it is operated by self-help groups. Anganwadi inoculates patients weekly basis. There is a middle school in the village. The quality of education is o.k. but at times teachers go on stir. He added that there is a need for increasing the strength of doctors in the village hospital. There is total electrification in the village.




Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh will go to Telangana on February 1


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will visit the state of Telangana on Thursday, February 1, at Jagdalpur. Due to the trip to the Chief Minister of Telangana, the publicity will remain postponed in his residence on February 1 in Raipur. According to the scheduled program, the Chief Minister will leave Jagdalpur (Bastar) by the official aircraft at 10 am from the capital city of Raipur. They will depart from Jagdalpur at 11 am and reach the Madaram helipad (District Bhopalapally Jayashankar) in the state of Telangana at 12 noon.
Dr. Singh will be leaving the car from there and at 12.15 pm, there will be Samakka-Sarasamma Jathara and after joining the local program there, you will visit Darshan and Puja in the Samarka-Sarmaamma temple at 1.30 pm. The Chief Minister will then visit Madaramp Helipad at 2 pm and leave for Jagdalpur (Chhattisgarh) by helicopter. Dr. Singh will reach Aparhan at Jagdalpur at 3 o'clock and leave from there by government aircraft at 3.40 pm and return to Raipur at 4.25 pm.

 




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