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Vikas Yatra 2018: Bastar no longer will be dark: Dr. Raman Singh: Chief Minister inaugurated 125 development works of 64.43 crore in Antagarh and Bhumi Pujan


Blessings given to newly married 247 couples

10 thousand 671 beneficiaries of material and assistance amount distributed

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh arrived at Antagarh in Kanker district during the statewide development tour. While addressing the general body organized here, the Chief Minister said that Bastar is now getting exposed. Electricity is going to every village, mela and every house. Now darkness will not be here. He said that road connectivity, electricity and internet connectivity in Bastar is being increased. Bastar is now also connecting with air connectivity. Rail connectivity is also being increased. Rail has already reached Bhanupratappur, by the end of 2019, the railways will also reach Antagarh. Dr. Singh said that besides this, many works of education including school, college, ITI, school of attainment have been done in this area and in the last 15 years, the task of pursuing people in all areas has been done by the Government of Chhattisgarh. is.

       Recalling the occasion, the Chief Minister recalled Shri Ram Prasad Pottai, the martyr landlord of Parelk, Shri Ballal Singh, Principal Shaheed Bhumkal, Shri Gondidhur, Pandit Vishnu Prasad, and a member of the Constituent Assembly on this occasion, saying that these great men are proud of the nation and the world along with Chhattisgarh. The Chief Minister blessed the 247 newly married couples in the couple's relationship with the Chief Minister Kanya Vivah Yojna in Antagarh and wished for his happy life. On the occasion, the Chief Minister handed over the development work of about Rs. 64 crores. Out of these works, he inaugurated 18 development works of nearly Rs. 3 crore and laid foundation stones of 107 development works of Rs. 60 crore 44 lakhs. He organized 1100 cycle, 344 tool kit and 32 sewing machines on behalf of the Department of Labor, under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, 100 connections to the beneficiaries of the kitchen connections, 7871 population lease and 185 forest rights lease, Department of Agriculture from the Department of Revenue. On behalf of 590 farmers, seed mini kit, 90 flying fishermen to farmers, 31 cycle by forest department and distribution of 30 mini rice mill through tribal development department

The Chief Minister said that after receiving blessings from Mai Danteshwari, they have come out on this journey from Dantewada to seek the blessings of the people. He said that this development journey is incomplete without the public's blessings. He said that earlier farmers were seen drowning in the water before buying paddy, but his government not only bought rice for farmers, but also gave bonus for paddy. The State Government is distributing paddy bonuses worth 1700 crores this year. Along with this, bonus amount of Rs. 700 crores is also being distributed to the forest dwellers to the Tandupta collector. He said that in 2003, the standard Bora collection rate of the Tandupatra was only Rs 400, which has been fixed by the government from time to time and now Rs 2500 per standard sack has been fixed. The Chief Minister said that the country's first Food Safety Act has been enforced in the state and rice is being made available to poor families only one rupee per kg. Five kg of gram grains and free salt are also being provided to poor families.

      The Chief Minister said that the government was concerned about the treatment of poor families. Under the Chief Minister's Health Protection Scheme, all the families of the state are being provided treatment upto Rs 50 thousand. The Chief Minister said that the ration card and smart card are two revolutionary steps of the state government. The ration card arranged for people's well-fed food and arranged for their treatment with a smart card. The Chief Minister said that electrification work is being planned for removing dark from 6 lakh 40 thousand houses in the state. He said that no house will remain in the dark for the next four to five months and every electrification will be done in 100% households till every para mohalla.

       The Chief Minister said that Ujjwala scheme is a very big scheme for women, in this scheme, the LPG connections are being given to the poor families of women at the registration fee of Rs.200. He said that the dream of a poor house of the poor is also being fulfilled from the Prime Minister's house.

       The Chief Minister said that there was an atmosphere of terror and terror in this region and after 5 o'clock the market was closed, but now this is not the situation. Describing the Ayushman Bharat scheme as a big scheme, the Chief Minister said that it would be possible to treat serious diseases. In this, the poor families will get assistance of Rs 5 lakh for treatment. He said that internet connectivity is being increased in this area at a cost of about Rs 3000 crores through Bharat Net and Bastar Net. In the information revolution plan, now 50 lakh smartphones will be distributed free of cost, making life easier.

    Lok Sabha MP Mr. Vikram Nand and MLA Shri Bhojraj Nag also addressed the meeting. On this occasion, the Minister of Incharge and Minister in charge of Kanker district, Mr. Mahesh Gagra, Minister of Tribal Welfare, Shri Kedar Kashyap, District Panchayat President, Smt. Subhadra Salaam, Mr. Mantaram Kashyap, Commissioner Shri Dilip Vasanikar, IG Shri Vivekanand, Collector Mr. Toman Singh Sonawani, SP Shri K.L. Dhruv, including many public representatives, officers and employees and a large number of villagers were present.

 




The bodies of Maoists killed in Chhattisgarh and Border areas of Maharashtra were recovered yesterday.


16 Maoists were killed when police jugal are 60 Maoists. The police department seized the state-of-the-art aqueduct, in which two leaders of Sai Nath and Sreenivas were killed. Srinivas was killed by 25 lakh from Chhattisgarh and 25 lakh from maharastra Maoist was a reward of 20 lakhs, from Telangana. with a reward of 70 lakhs, which was a reward of 20 lakh rupees. Central committee welcomed by the police anti-Naxal Squad members congratulate Superintendent of Police Abhinav Deshmukh    
                           
                                            
 
 



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