Rally taken out under the banner of Moti stage for demand of residential lease


A rally was organized by ordinary people on Thursday about the demand of population strap in Korba district of Chhattisgarh. This rally was derived from the Ghatghar Chowk. Please tell that after the mass hunger strike, this rally was held from Ghatghar Chowk to Kosabari Chowk. It is worth mentioning that under the banner of Moti stage, the movement is being organized for the last few months.

The rally was called for the demand for withdrawal of money stacked in the land lease and chitfund company. Not only that, a memorandum has also been handed over to the district administration in the name of Chief Minister in Kosabadi Chowk. Matt Agarwal, convenor of the Manti Forum, says in the case that chitfund companies have mauled around 7-8 thousand crores from 70-80 thousand families living in Korba.

The convener of the Manti Forum said that there is an atmosphere of such mistrust about the police in the district that people are not going to make a complaint in the police station. In such a situation, there is a need to demand action from the police by creating trust in them so that they can get the money.

He said that just as the Madhya Pradesh government has waived the monthly bill of 200 rupees after clearing the old bills of those who live in the huts, the same should be done in Chhattisgarh on the same lines. Also, the Convenor of the Moti Forum has demanded to forgive the property tax from the government.




Chief Minister condescended the death of engineering students in a road accident


Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has described the incident of killing three engineering students near the airport turnover near the capital Raipur near the capital city of Raipur as extremely heartbreaking and expressed condolences to their families. The Chief Minister condoled the death of three people of the family living in the house on the wall of a house in village Kandel in Dhamtari district last night.
While referring to the incident of the death of three engineering students aboard the same bike in Dr. Raipur, Dr. Singh has once again appealed to all people to follow the traffic rules and to drive the vehicle at controlled speed while driving. Dr. Singh has said that the life of each person is precious. Keeping this in mind should drive with caution.

 




Dr Raman Singh expressed his deep condolences on the sad demise of his political guru


Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh expressed his deep condolences on the sad demise of his political guru and former Prime Minister ‘Bharat Ratna’ Atal Behari Vajpayee. The Chief Minister said he’s unable to understand with which words he’ll pay his last respects to the great leader as he had learnt the definition of ‘words’ from him. “He was my guru and a father-figure to me, I pray to the Almighty for the peace of the departed soul”.
“In his sad demise, along with the 125 crore Indians, I’m also speechless and disturbed”, he added. Dr Singh said in his message that Late Atal Behari Vajpayee was among one of such great leaders in the world, who was adored by one and all. With his sad demise, not only the country but the whole world has lost a bright star. He was equally popular among all communities of people, all political parties due to his astonishing talent and works executed during his 50 years of parliamentary life.
The Chief Minister said people of Chhattisgarh will never forget this great leader as the former Prime Minister of India is considered as the pioneer for the establishment of new state of Chhattisgarh and it was only during his tenure that the state had come into existence and today is among the fastest developing states in the country.
The Chief Minister remembered his acquaintance with the former Prime Minister of India said it his blessings and guidance only that he has been able to climb the heights in the political arena and has been able to execute his duties as Chief Minister since last 15 years. It was only his inspiration, culture and ideals through which he has been able to establish himself in the arena of politics today.Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal has expressed his deep condolence on the sad demise of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.
He said there is a huge contribution of Late Vajpayee in nation building who had also created the state of Chhattisgarh.
In his sad demise, the country today has lost a eminent leader, able administrator and social worker. 
Bharatiya Janata Party State President Dharamlal Kaushik while expressing his deep condolences on the sad demise of former Prime Minister Late Atal Behari Vajpayee, said the country has lost an bright leader. He was a personality who had created Chhattisgarh on November 1, 2000. He had played a significant role in the growth of Bharatiya Janata Party from earlier days of Jan Sangha to the present day of world’s biggest political party. As Prime Minister, Late Vajpayee had a wide acceptance throughout the world. He was a university of humanity in himself and will be remembered as a great orator, poet, littérateur, nationalist thinker, and many more.

 




The phone distributed under the Sky scheme was not cracked but the battery was found bloated: the new smart phone was given to the beneficiary


On receiving information about the breakdown of smart phones distributed to Smt. Zumarattan husband Gaffar Khan, a resident of Champa district of Janjgir-Champa district, the phone was examined by the technical team of District Administration Janjgir and Micromax, immediately visiting Mrs. Jumaratan's house. After the tests, the officials informed that the phone distributed to Mrs. Jumaratan was not cracked,
Rather the phone's cover was burned and the battery was found bloated. The technical team is sending labs to the mobile phones, batteries and chargers for detailed investigation. Officials of the chips told here today that after this incident Mrs. Jumaratan has been given a new smart phone today.
Officials of the Chhattisgarh Infotech Promotion Society (Chips) have said the smartphone distributed under the Communication Revolution scheme is completely secure. He said that the distribution of the phone is being done by the independent institutions accredited by the Government of India as per the international standards.
Testing and certification of all the components of smart phones have been made before the STQC (Standardization Testing and Quality Certification) functioning under the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India. Distributed phone batteries have also been certified by BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).
According to the technical officials, this problem can be caused by charging the mobile phone for longer period of time, using a non-standard or incorrect charger, having problems in the house, excessive moisture around the battery or in contact with mobile phone water. is.
Chips officials said that nearly three lakh smart phones have been distributed in Chhattisgarh under Sky Scheme. In relation to the quality of the phone so far no complaint has been received from anywhere. More than 3 million phones have been sold in this model across the country and they have not received any kind of complaint.
Officials said that the quality of the phone before the delivery has been examined by recognized organizations. Components that come in the use of smartphones have been received prior to the RHS (Restriction of hedges material) certification distribution. Apart from this, 'Device Quality Testing' was done before the phone maker was created by the smartphone manufacturer and production line test was also done after production.

 




Sunny corpse with the blood of the woman found in the house, the police involved in the investigation


Sensation has spread in the area in Gram Ararmikal area of ​​Balod district in Chhattisgarh after getting Sunny dead from the blood of a middle-aged woman. The body of the woman was found in her house. This has become the topic of discussion in the entire village. According to the information, the woman lived in that house alone. In the morning when the people of the village went to the woman's house from some work, they saw the body of the woman lying near the door in the house. Signs of severe injury were found on the woman's head.

Here, on receiving the information, the Gurur police reached the spot and sent it to the post-mortem after the painting action of the body. In addition, the case has been investigated. While in the initial investigation, the police took help of Dag Skyway immediately, but it was not known. The police are expressing fear that some unknown person may have killed the woman due to robbery.

In the case, in-charge of police station Hemwant Chandrakrakar said that the woman was 50 years old. Baniharin Nirmalkar, a woman named, lived alone in her house in this village's house. Was working his life by wages. In the same sequence, on August 15, when the people of the locality went to his house in the morning, they were stunned to see him dead. At the moment, the police filed the case and interrogated the neighboring people and started investigations.




Chief Minister declares 7-day State morning as a mark of respect to Governor Tandon


Cultural programmes, awards' ceremony cancelled    

 Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today expressed his profound condolences on the demise of Governor Mr. Balramji Das Tandon in the capital today and declared seven-day State mourning. As soon as the news of demise filtered, Chief Minister rushed to the Ambedkar Hospital  and paid his tributes. On the instructions of Chief Minister, the General Administration Department (GAD) issued a circular at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhawan) to this effect. The order had been issued to all departments, Divisional Commissioners and District Collectors. The State mourning will be held from August 14-20th. The National Flag will be hoisted at 'Half-Mast' on all the State Government offices buildings and where the National Flag is hoisted. No entertainment and cultural programmes will be conducted at the Government-level. The Independence Day (August 15) will be conducted as per traditional norms. The National Flag will 'NOT' be flown half-mast on August 15th as it is a National Festival.  Passing out Parade will be carried out as usual. Chief Minister will address the gathering as per norms but there will not be any cultural programmes and awards' distribution and felicitation ceremonies even in the evenings.

 



Chief Minister declares 7-day State morning as a mark of respect to Governor Tandon


Cultural programmes, awards' ceremony cancelled    

 Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today expressed his profound condolences on the demise of Governor Mr. Balramji Das Tandon in the capital today and declared seven-day State mourning. As soon as the news of demise filtered, Chief Minister rushed to the Ambedkar Hospital  and paid his tributes. On the instructions of Chief Minister, the General Administration Department (GAD) issued a circular at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhawan) to this effect. The order had been issued to all departments, Divisional Commissioners and District Collectors. The State mourning will be held from August 14-20th. The National Flag will be hoisted at 'Half-Mast' on all the State Government offices buildings and where the National Flag is hoisted. No entertainment and cultural programmes will be conducted at the Government-level. The Independence Day (August 15) will be conducted as per traditional norms. The National Flag will 'NOT' be flown half-mast on August 15th as it is a National Festival.  Passing out Parade will be carried out as usual. Chief Minister will address the gathering as per norms but there will not be any cultural programmes and awards' distribution and felicitation ceremonies even in the evenings.

 



The Chief Minister expressed deep sorrow over the demise of Governor Mr. Balramji Das Tandon


Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of the Governor of the state Mr. Balramji Das Tandon. In a condolence message issued here today, he said that late Mr. Tandon served as the Governor of Chhattisgarh for the last nearly four years, giving valuable services to the state. As governor, he was very aware of the development of Chhattisgarh.
The Chief Minister said - In the last four years, I have always been guided by the interests of the state and the subjects related to the betterment of the people of the region. Dr. Singh said - I feel like we all lost the guardian of our state forever.
He took charge of the post of Chhattisgarh Governor on July 25, 2014. He was like a father for me. The Chief Minister said - His death also has personal damages for me. He was very intuitive, simple and incompetent. Such people get rarely in politics.
    Dr. Raman Singh said - Late Mr. Tandan has spent many important responsibilities for the service of the people in different roles in different areas of public life for nearly 65 years during his 91 year life span.
In the Emergency from 1975 to 1977, he had to stay in jail. He was a councilor of Amritsar Municipal Corporation from 1953 to 1967. What is a big example of his popularity that he was elected a member of the Punjab Assembly six times? As a legislator, he represented Amritsar in the year 1957, 1962, 1967, 1969 and 1977, and in the year 1997 in Rajpura region. Not only this, but as the Cabinet Minister of the Punjab Government, he introduced his efficient administrative ability in industry, health, local government, labor and employment departments.
The Chief Minister has expressed his deep sympathy and sympathy towards the bereaved family of late Tandon and prayed to God for the peace of the departed soul. [www.thenewsindia]




Chhattisgarh Governor Balram Das Tandon dies at the age of 90, breathed his last in Ambedkar Hospital, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh mourned





Big change in the lives of the poor in fifteen years: Dr. Raman Singh


Smart Chhattisgarh educated Chhattisgarh workshop :
 Chief minister

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that in the last 15 years in Chhattisgarh, there has been a big change in the lives of the poor. Schemes are being run in the state for the betterment and progress of all sections. We have worked with the help of the people to create Chhattisgarh for the development of a developed state. Dr. Singh, a private TV on the topic of Smart Chhattisgarh-educated Chhattisgarh in Raipur today evening. Addressing the program organized by the channel
On this occasion, he honored successful entrepreneurs in different sectors including education industry.
Work on increasing the road, rail, air connectivity. He said that we make plans and implement them for the needs of the people. If you compare the situation from 2003 to today, then all areas have changed. IIT I.I.M. in the field of education National level institutions like AIIMS National Law University have been established. Chhattisgarh has emerged as an education hub in the country.
The event is organized by private television channel 'G TV Chhattisgarh-Madhya Pradesh. On this occasion, the Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal was also present.
    The Chief Minister said that for the change in the lives of poor people, schemes are being run for one kilometer for food, housing, drinking water, LPG connection, drinking water skill upgradation and health facilities. Cities are developing better infrastructure. This has led to a big change in the standard of living of the rural population.
He said that in relation to the involvement of Raipur in the first ten cities in the country of Issue of Living Index, he said that better connectivity and education are seeing future in Raipur city due to health facilities. In the coming time, it will be included in the top five cities of the country. The Chief Minister said that the Communication Revolution Scheme has been started for telecom connectivity in remote areas of the state.
In this plan 50 lakh smart phones are being distributed. In this, free smart phones are being distributed to 40 lakh women and 5 lakh students. The Chief Minister said that full transparency has been taken in the Communication Revolution Plan. Smart phones have been purchased at the cheapest rate in the country. He said that 16 hundred towers are also being installed for communication connectivity in remote areas in the scheme.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has increased the amount of rupees two hundred rupees in the support price of the paddy to the farmers. The support price of paddy has increased from 1550 to 1750. In this, the State Government will be getting a bonus of Rs.30 / - with the bonus of Rs.2050 per quintal from the farmers at the support price at the support price. He told that the poor families will not have problems in treating serious diseases.

 




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