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DR.Raman Singh joined the Solution camp of Sahaspur

 Announcement of grant of new road, rural Nal-Jal Yojana and Panchayat Bhawan


This afternoon, under the Public Suraj campaign, Chief Minister Raman Singh joined the Gram Panchayat headquarters of Rajnandgaon district, Sahaspur (Vikaskhand Chhai Khan) in the solution camp. This village is situated on the border of Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh. In the camp the villagers informed the Chief Minister that forest dwellers who collected Ternupatta through Minor Vanopage Cooperative Committee have not received the incentive for the last two years (2015 and 2016). 

The Chief Minister took this complaint very seriously and summoned the Department of Forest Department (SDO) and the Rangers to the spot and asked for information about this. Dr. Singh expressed his displeasure over not getting satisfactory reply and instructed the collector to investigate the matter and send the report within 24 hours. The Chief Minister said that strict disciplinary action will be taken against those who will be found guilty in the investigation report. The Chief Minister told the villagers that there would be no injustice to those who collected the Tengupta. They will definitely get their outstanding bonus. Dr. Singh informed the villagers that this year, the state government has increased the amount of remuneration for the collection of Tinnepatta from Rs.1500 per standard bag to Rs.1800. On the request of the villagers in the meeting of the Solution camp, he immediately gave approval for construction of two-kilometer road at Saspur-Rengakkhara, Nal-Jal Yojna in Sahaspur and the construction of the new panchayat building. Dr. Singh assured to accelerate at the level of state government to open a nationalized bank in neighboring village Salvewara. He instructed Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand to take necessary action at the level of the government. 

Village and Panchayat representatives of 10 gram panchayats, including Sahaspur, were involved in the Solution camp. The Chief Minister apprised the villagers about the various schemes of the state government from the dependents of Sahaspur, Salvevara, Jamiaia, Bhajdongri, Khadi, Amgaonghat, Jamgon, Samanpur, Golardih and Devpurghat. The Chief Minister said that in order to overcome the drinking water problem in these villages, drinking water will be provided with solar pumps by digging wells and tube wells where necessary. 

Dr. Singh instructed the officials to start the necessary action soon. The villagers requested the chief minister to make intensive plantations in the nearly 18 acres of forest land in village Navagaon in adjacent village. Dr. Singh said that immediate action would be taken in this regard. Manish Janghel, a student of class VI in the camp, narrated the poem based on Amar Shahid Vir Narayan Singh of Chhattisgarh. The Chief Minister complimented this child and extended his enthusiasm by offering him the cap of Lok Saraj. 

During this time Dr. Singh has called many school children to come and heard him. Listened to poems from many children and encouraged them too.

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