More than 4.49 lakh voters will use their franchise Number of new voters 6 thousand 946 The collector addressed the press


In connection with the forthcoming assembly elections in Korea 01 October 2018, Collector and District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Duga addressed the press in Swan Room located in District Collectorate here today. He told representatives of the print and electronic media of the district in the press conference that more than 4 lakh 49 thousand voters will use their franchise in this district. These include 6 thousand 946 new voters. The District Election Officer informed that final publication of voter list and service voter list has been done in the offices and collectorate office of all the electoral registration officer of the district under the Registration and Electricity Rule 1960. The general public and the interested person can observe the voter list in these offices. He said that 4 lakh 49 thousand 368 voters will use their franchise in the case of special summary year 2018 reference date 01.01.2018 in Korea district. These included 2 lakh 27 thousand 318 male voters and 2 lakh 22 thousand 36 female voters and 14 third genders and 3 thousand 663 voters. While the exact briefing was the total of 4 lakh 42 thousand 422 voters before 2018. There were 2 lakh 24 thousand 989 male voters and 2 lakh 17 thousand 437 female voters.

He said that he told that during the election, 15 static surveillance teams and 16 flying party groups were constituted to monitor the expenditure incurred by candidates and political parties and for effective control of the distribution of cash, textiles, materials, liquor etc. has gone. He said that monitoring elements are being monitored and effective action is being taken against illegal sale of liquor. He said that during the code of conduct, videography will be done through the video surveillance team of all types of meetings, rally, julus, nookar Sabha. He said that 82 Sector officers have been appointed to complete the forthcoming assembly elections in order to be fully and independently and 150 route charts have been set up to bring the election parties. He said that voter awareness campaign is being conducted to make voters aware about voting under systematic voter education and elective participation (sweep) program. Voter awareness program is being given information about the process of voting of EVMs and VVPat men in 92 hats along with all the 690 polling booths. Similarly, EVMs and VVPAT machines are being exhibited through voter awareness chariot in all the Panch Viking blocks of the district, Municipal Corporation corporation Chirmiri. Different media representatives were present on this occasion.




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.




Chief Minister approves development works of Rs. 282 crore given to Balod district


    Declaration of sanctioning Rs. 72 lakhs for water supply from Barhi dame to sugar factory

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh handed over the development work of Rs. 282 crores to the district in the massive general meeting held in Gurur of Balod district. In this, the reconstruction of the 27-km road from Purur to Jamagao is prominent. This road will be constructed at a cost of 116 crores. On the demand of citizens, the Chief Minister sanctioned Rs. 72 lakhs for bringing water to the Danteshwari sugar factory from Barahi Dame and Rs. 20 lakh for the restoration of Ganesh temple and pond in village Kolihammar. Dr. Singh announced the status of sub-tehsil of Sonod in Balod district.
Addressing the gathering, Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that former Prime Minister Late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee had built Chhattisgarh, due to which we have succeeded in making Balod district. Balod has succeeded in establishing his special identity after becoming a district. Only after the formation of the district, citizens of Yanhas have got the work of development works of 282 crore. He said that the road bridge culverts are built. Our effort is to see how the change of lives of our peasant brothers and sisters and the common man has changed. Today, this change has seen me today when 40 Divya Bhai watched the motor sitting on the tricycle. In the hands of women, mobile, Ujjwala gas connections, housing dwellers are getting prime accommodation. On falling sick, 50 thousand rupees by the Government of Chhattisgarh and the scheme of free treatment to the extent of 5 lakh rupees under the Ayushman Yojana by the Prime Minister is to bring changes in the lives of ordinary citizens.
The Chief Minister said that the state government is working for the betterment of the farmers. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has made historic increase in the support price of paddy. We are also giving bonus of 300 rupees per quintal. Now the price of one quintel paddy will be Rs 2050 and Rs 2070 for the farmers. This is the highest value so far. He said that this year, Paddy procurement and bonus will be added to the farmers who will be in the account of Rs. 14 thousand 600 crore. On this occasion, MP Shri Vikram Usendi, Chairman of Scheduled Tribe Commission, Shri J.R. Rana, former MLA Mr. Pritam Sahu were present on the occasion. In the program, 24 thousand 973 Tendupta collectors, Phase Paduka, Prime Minister Ujjwala plan, 1500 beneficiaries in the LPG connection, 4,800 housing beneficiaries in the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme and 46,890 beneficiaries of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. Tiffin 3185 beneficiaries under the scheme of population lease including Ayushman Bharat Scheme Delivering checks of loan assistance to the people in public health card, women self-help groups.
Dr. Singh released the foundation stone of 61 works worth Rs. 269 crores 57 lacs and 10 works of Rs. 13 crores 36 lacs in the program. Among the works undertaken by the Chief Minister include the construction of the Karibhadar-Nipani-Mokha-Bethel-Jamgon road construction, village Aakholi of Dondilohara Vikas Khand and higher secondary school building in Mukkhusara at a cost of 142.77 million rupees. Each of these buildings will be constructed at a cost of Rs. 1 crore 21 lakhs.

In Balod district, the introduction of the new crop cycle, with the paddy, is now moving towards palm oil cultivation.

Farmers of Balod district are now turning towards garden crops with traditional farming. They are cultivating palm paraffin with paddy crop. It is being cultivated in about 400 hectares in more than one and a half dozen villages of the district.
    It started in the district in 2012 with the help of the Department of Horticulture, Dwarka Prasad Sahu of village Kisas. They have harvested palm oil in about 3 acres. Today the fruits have started to come in them. The harvest of palm oil of Shri Dwarka Prasad was kept in observation at the stall of Atal Vikas Yatra, organized in village Gurur of Gundderhei Vikaskhand today. Officials of the Department of Garden said that about 400 farmers of more than one and a half dozen villages including Village Kisan, Pendravani, Charaka, Meghna, Sirsida, Jarwah, Khapri, Motipar of Balod district are cultivating palm oil. Officials said that the cost of a plant is Rs. 1200, which is given free of cost to the farmers, along with a subsidy of Rs. 10 thousand per year for the maintenance and manure of plants for four years. A plant starts to give fruit in four years. Officials said that once fruit is produced, fruit is available throughout the year. The weight of a fruit is 20 to 25 kg. When a plant will be between 15 to 20 years then about 15 tons of fruit will be produced in one acre. Officials said that the support price for the palm oil has been fixed by the Indian government at current rate of 8.50 per kg. Now it has its oil plant in Hyderabad. The establishment of the plant on the basis of its production is proposed in the Durg district of Chhattisgarh

 

 

 

 




Dry Day declared on 02 October


Balrampur 29 September 2018 / Gandhi Jayanti by commercial tax excise department, Chhattisgarh, has been declared a dry day on Tuesday, October 02, 2018. On this day, shops of all the country / foreign liquor shops of the district will be closed and the sale of liquor will be closed on this day.




District level task force completes meeting for missing children


Meeting of District Level Task Force on Balrampur 29 September 2018 / For preventing children from missing children and for search and seizure of missing children, Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Under the chairmanship of Kosima
In the meeting of District Level Task Force, Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kosima said that after getting information related to the missing children, lodging in the village drain register and missing children, discussion in the Gram Sabha and matching the web portals for the search of missing children and free treatment and medicines available to them regarding mental illness children. Talk about making He said that infant reception centers should be set up in all the primary health centers of the district. So that neither newborn babies can be thrown at bushes and elsewhere. Birth registration of children should be registered. Child labor was also discussed in the meeting, where child laborers of the district, hostage laborers, the hostage workers freeing the children from the employer and acting on it, adding children to the mainstream of the society benefited from the schemes received from the labor department. to be done. To contact the parents of the children who are deprived of education, and to enroll in the school again. Also prohibit the sale of narcotic substances Tobbakhu, Gutkha, Smoke and Somatic Medicine around the school.
In the meeting, Additional Police Superintendent Mr. Pankaj Shukla, District Education Officer Mr. IP Gupta, Assistant Labor Officer Shri Nitesh Vishwakarma, Chief Medical and Health Officer Mr. Dnyanesh Dubey, Women and Child Development Department and District-Child Protection Unit officials were present.




Organizing Surgical Strike Day at Government College


Balarampur September 29, 2018 / Recalling his heroes in honor of Indian soldiers, Government College is celebrating Balrampur as a Surgical Strike Day from 28th to 30th September. Dr. S. N. Sahu told the students about surrender, service, valor and power of soldiers. He said how a soldier sacrificed his life in the defense of the country. In the snowy winter on Siachen, more than 5000 meters high hills follow their duties and responsibilities to protect our country. Keeping all the love of country love, our Indian soldiers also provide their services in the dire circumstances at different places of the country. He said that during the National Disaster, Indian soldiers provide their invaluable assistance in relief work. In 2018, Indian soldiers in the flood affected areas of Kerala helped the victims and brought them to safer place. To combat terrorism spreading in the country, our soldiers introduced surgical strikes and completely destroyed the terrorists and their bases and showed the enemy the bravery of Indian soldiers. In this way our Indian soldiers are the best in solving any problems in the country and in protecting the country better. All the nationals are determined to honor him for his dedication and heroism in the program. While appreciating the steps taken by him for the security of the country, we all will always be indebted to his duty. During the program, Program Officer of the National Service Scheme, Mr. Ramesh Patel, encouraged the students to take lessons from the dedicated work of the soldiers and follow them in their lives. On this occasion, all the students of the college / students were present in the National Plan volunteers and all the NCC cadets.




Organizing Marathon Run on Surgical Strike Day


Balrampur 29 September 2018 / Marathon race organized in district headquarter Balrampur on 2nd anniversary of surgical strike in line with the guidelines of state government. Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak released the marathon show by showing the green flag. Marathon race ends in high school premises starting from bus stand
While addressing the program organized on the occasion of Surgical Strike Day, Shri Hiralal Nayak said that the surgical strike has enhanced the pride of the country and the morale of the soldiers. He said that in order to honor the proud enthusiasm of the soldiers, surgical strike day is being organized from 28th to 30th September throughout the country. Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kosima said that we have to maintain the integrity and harmony of the country. They said that in the surgical strike, the enemies in the fortress would have to harm them. Every citizen considers himself a part of the army and discharges the smallest responsibility honestly. In the marathon race organized on Surgical Strike, the boys, girls and senior class of the class and the first, second and third places of the official category were rewarded with medal.




Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary on October 2 organized special gram sabha


Balrampur 29 September 2018 / 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi is to be celebrated in the year 2018-19 and 2019-20. The purpose of the Jubilee celebration will be to propagate Gandhian ideals, philosophy, ideology and speed up the country's development chain on the target and path set by Mahatma Gandhi.
In order to celebrate Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary and to organize a special Gram Sabha in villages under Pesa Panchayats of Pesa region on October 02, the collector Shri Hiralal Nayak has directed all the Chief Executive Officers. He said that the special Gram Sabha will be organized in all the Pesa Gram Panchayats in the dates set for the period of 2018-19 and 2019-20 in the period of 02 years. In which the activities being done by the Central and State Governments in the works, achievements, schemes and functioning of Gandhi Jayanti in Pisa Panchayats will be made public to the public. Ensuring rural participation in special Gram Sabha and detailed work plan will be finalized for achieving target in next 02 years. Strengthening and Empowerment In the Gram Sabha, the members of the Gram Sabha will be apprised of the various welfare schemes run by the government for social and economic upliftment, and other action related to distribution of Forest Rights Letters will be provided and the members will be provided proper guidance for institutional credit and livelihood. . In the special Gram Sabha, information regarding the basic objectives of health and hygiene will be given. Apart from this, other important subjects will be presented before the Gram Sabha in the Chhattisgarh PanchayatRaj Act, 1993, under Section 129 'A' and 'Ch' and Panchayat Provisions Act 1996.




Meeting of District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (Directions) concludes Government plans review


Balrampur September 29, 2018. To facilitate the villagers by promoting the beneficial schemes of Pamalat, Brosar and other mediums, to fulfill the ongoing construction work in the district and to fulfill the income of the school children, caste and children. Saruguza MP Shri Kamal Bhan Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Shri. Ramvichar Netam told the officials.


In the meeting of the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (Direction) held in the collectorate meeting, Rajya Sabha MP Ramvichar Netam, if he did not pay the wages under the Mahatma Gandhi National Employment Guarantee Scheme, then he formed a joint team to visit the spot and conduct the campaign and pay the wages Asked to do. Rajya Sabha MP said that in the absence of information the villagers do not get the benefit of government schemes. He instructed the district panchayat to prepare the pamphlets and broshers related to government schemes and spread the word on the gram panchayat level. Mr. Netam informed about the work done under the Prime Minister Irrigation Scheme Integrated Water Erection Management Mission program. He asked to provide the cases of income, caste and resident certificate to the school students for quick disposal. Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak spoke about the early settlement of cases of wages, caste certificates and other beneficial schemes.
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana / National Rural Livelihood Mission, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, National Social Assistance Program, Prime Minister Housing Scheme, Urban / Rural, Swachh Bharat Mission Urban, in the meeting of the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (Directions). Rural / National Rural Drinking Water Program, Prime Minister's Agriculture Irrigation Scheme, Digital etc. Dia modern geo-archives program, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurbn mission, Prime Crop Insurance Scheme, National Health Mission, went to discuss the SSA. Similarly, the Integrated Child Development Plan, Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana, Prime Minister Mineral Sectors Welfare Scheme, National Agricultural Development Scheme, Soil Health Cards, Smooth Bharat Abhiyan, implementation of National Food Security, Special Central Assistance item, Constitution of India, Article 275 (1) Establishment of Hostel and Grant Ashram Vidyalaya and hostel building, giving scholarship to Scheduled Tribes and Yogi Up gradation upgradation, volunteering for the welfare of Scheduled Tribes, giving assistance to the resources and promoting girl child education, giving coaching to scheduled tribes, business training in tribal areas and detailed discussion and review on development topics of PTG.
On this occasion Ramanujganj MLA Mr. Brihaspat Singh, District Panchayat President Mr. Pushpa Netam, All District President, Additional Collector Mr. Vijay Kumar Kujur, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal and District Level Officers were present.

 




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