Atal Vikas Yojana 2018: To reach the benefit of the people of the last line of society, our goal: Dr. Raman Singh


Belar tehsil gets full tehsil status
Police outpost in Bellary open
Bilaspur district ahead of implementation of Ujjwala scheme

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has said that it is our goal to take advantage of the schemes of state government to the person of the last line of society. Dr. Singh was addressing the General Assembly organized under Atal Vikas Yatra in Belatar in Bilaspur district. He said that if the policy and policy are clear then bigger targets can be achieved. He said that Bilaspur district is at the forefront in the distribution of LPG connection in the Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojna. More than one lakh 80 thousand women have got gas connections, which is the highest in the state. On this occasion, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh announced the acceptance of the complete Tehsil status of the Belarara sub-district and acceptance of police post in Belatar.
     In the Atal Vikas Yatra organized at Belatar, the Chief Minister inaugurated 49 works and constructed Bhumi Pujan of 88 crores 49 lakhs. Out of which, work done mainly for Bhumi Pujan include Bilaspur University Building, Auditorium Building in Government Engineering College Bilaspur, Mokka bypass in the Rampala by Sendari Main Road. The inauguration works carried out by the Chief Minister include construction of new Government Polytechnic Building in Bilaspur, Coni Bairkona Marg, Basant Vihar Chowk, Bilaspur from Bahasarai Marg. The Chief Minister distributed irrigation solar pumps to 206 beneficiaries under various government schemes like bright gas connection, smart phone, Ayushman card, phase paduka, tiffin, solar swirl scheme.

    Dr. Raman Singh said that schemes have been made for each section of the society by the state government. Cheap rice, smartphones to the poor, bicycle to workers, pregnant women are getting Mahatari express facility. Plans have been made keeping in mind the village, poor and farmer by the state government. Electricity facility is being given to the farmers on the flat rate. This time, farmers will be paid bonus amount along with support price at the time of purchase of paddy. The best system of procurement of rice in the whole country is of our state only. The introduction of neem-coated urea to the farmers has been initiated by the central government, which has completely eliminated the fake urea market. Dr. Singh said that skill upgradation centers have been opened in all 27 districts from which efforts are being made to make youth available to them by training them for skill upgradation. Ayushman Yojana has been launched by the Central Government to provide better treatment facilities to the poor. In which up to 5 lakh can be treated. In the program Sarpanch Shri Maheshwar Marakam congratulated the Chief Minister wearing a Khumri.

    While addressing the gathering, Shri Lakhan Lal Sahu, MP, said that the state government is fulfilling the opportunity given by the affirmative Atal Bihari Vajpayee to us to move forward. Beladar MLA and Vice President of the Legislative Assembly Shri Badridhar Diwan said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Raman Singh, there has been a lot of development work in Belatar. With the establishment of Mokka Bypass, Ratanpur bypass, citizens have been given the facility of accommodation and save time also. The Sports Training Center at Kanye Central University, Open University, Bahrarii is pushing our youth forward. Urban Administration Minister Shri Amar Agrawal, Former Speaker of the Assembly Shri Dharam Lal Kaushik, President of State Women Commission, Smt. Harshita Pandey, Shri Bhupendra Savni, Bilaspur Mayor Mr. Kishore Rai, District Panchayat President Mr. Deepak Sahu were present in the meeting.




Atal Vikas Yatra 2018: Chief Minister inaugurated 65.62 crore works in Bharatpur


4.67 crores to more than one thousand beneficiaries
Distribution of material-aid amount
33/11 KV in Bahrasi Power station's power station
Communication Revolution plan: More than two thousand beneficiaries have mobile phones
Prime Minister Ujjwala plan: about 17 thousand
LPG connection to women

 

Chief Minister Dr.Ramn Singh inaugurated 66 development works worth 66 crores 62 lacs in Bharatpur district tribal multi divisional headquarters of korea district during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Out of these, he inaugurated 24 works worth 34 crores 32 lacs and lay out 42 buildings and potholes for the cost of 31 crores 29 lacs. Dr. Singh distributed material and assistance amount of Rs.46.77 million to the 1,000 beneficiaries in various beneficiary schemes in the program. Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Shri Bhaiya Lal Rajwada, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Champa Devi Padale and MLA Shri Shyam Bihari Jaiswal were present on this occasion.

Among the works which the Chief Minister inaugurated in the General Assembly, the road from Kotadol to Murkil built at a cost of Rs.84.5 million, upgradation of Barwahi road from Madisarai at a cost of Rs. 7 crore 95 lakhs, created from a sum of Rs. 4 crore 13 lakhs. Road to Mukkil to Tiscoi, road from Singrauli to Domhara built with a nationality of 10 million 09 lakhs and road from Bharatpur to Semaria, built with a state of one crore 02 lakhs. Are involving.
Among the works undertaken by Dr. Singh, about 12 crore 26 lakh rupees were made from Jamthan, Kunwarpur road, a high level bridge constructed on the Hasdev river from Sonhat to Kailashpur road at a cost of Rs. 3 crore 16 lakhs. , A high level bridge on Ghunati Nallah in Ghatra, Haritola road, built from a nation of Rs.33.11 million, from the amount of Rs.22.24 million on the river Rampa 33/11 KV to be set up in the village Bahrasi with a bridge constructed on the way to Chule and Rs. 1 crore 56 lakh. The electric sub-center is also included.

Chief Minister Dr. Singh distributed Rs. 8 crore 41 lakh paddy bonus to 5 thousand 57 farmers, population of 510 villagers and 16 thousand under the scheme of Prime Minister Ujjwala under the Communication Revolution Scheme in Bharatpur. Distribution of gas to 762 beneficiaries, distribution of cycle, sewing machine and tool kit to 300 beneficiaries under various schemes of the Labor Department.




Control room installed


Balrampur 25 September 2018 / In view of the forthcoming assembly elections in the district as per the Election Commission of India, the control room has been set up for the information and complaint related to the election by Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak. The telephone number of the control room is 0783-273012. Employees' duty has been set to listen to telephone in the control room.




To make important decisions in the Child Welfare Committee, make Challenges for the rights of children: collector


Balrampur September 25, 2018. In the meeting of District Level Child Protection Committee, District Level Advisory Committee, District Task Force and Child Welfare Committee, Balrampur, Mr. Hiralal Nayak created a channel and created jobs for the rights of children and lost human trafficking To prevent public and child laborers, give necessary guidelines to the concerned officers for spreading public awareness.
In the meeting organized in Collectorate meeting, the collector Mr. Hiralal Nayak discussed pending cases in the Child Welfare Committee and the Juvenile Justice Board. He instructed the human trafficking / missing children to monitor the district level from the village level and seek assistance from the police department. The Collector asked the District Task Force to conduct guerrilla proceedings in the hotels, schools and other professional institutions every month 02 to 03 every month to stop child labor. He took detailed information in relation to child labor and bonded labor, as well as instructed to mark separate fit inserts for children / girls in each development block for short-term housing facility for missing / recovered children. Instructions for creating Panchayat level Child Protection Committee, Development Block level Child Protection Committee and District level Child Protection Committee to work for the rights of children and to spread human awareness to prevent human trafficking / missing children and child labor. The collector, while seriously discussing the malpractices like child marriage, said that the child marriage in the district should be stopped immediately through the project officer officer. If the child marriage is done by the family even after explaining, then necessary action should be taken under the Child Marriage Prevention Act. District Women and Child Development Officer said that so far 42 child marriage in the district has been stopped by the joint efforts of District Child Protection Unit and related project officer. The necessary action is being taken for the disposal of pending cases of child welfare committees and juvenile justice board formed for children who are in need of protection and protection and children involved in the work against the law. Along with the police division, Adam Douyaabi has been constituted in each police station to find lost children in the district. It has been instructed to coordinate with all the departments and village level and make the missing children's addressing.
In the meeting, the officers of the Women and Child Development Department, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Superintendent of Police, Assistant Commissioner, Chief Municipal Officer Balrampur, Labor Officer, Mineral Officer, Chairman and members of the Child Welfare Committee, all the officers / Staff and child line team were present.




Take action on vehicles without number R.T.O : Collector


Ballarampur should not run two-wheeler and four-wheeler number in the district on September 25, 2018. On finding the number of vehicles in the no. Road, the District Transport Officer has given strict instructions to take necessary action under the necessary sections, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak has given it. He said that any vehicle not being used as a taxi should also be processed on this.
In the meeting room of District Office, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak today directed all the office-bearers of the district present in the Session-bound meeting that all the officers have to work dedicated to the upcoming assembly election. He said that 662 polling stations have been set up in the district and in all the polling booths, BLO With the introduction of new voters' names and the names of those who do not stay there, the work has been done in a planned manner. The final publication of voter list is to be held on 27th September. The District Election Officer informed that the team of Election Commission will visit the district and match the map etc. to check the name and address of the voters. He told all the office-bearers that he would not visit or visit the polling booths of his work area to see whether there is a basic facility arrangement or not. It was informed in the meeting that the training of Officers and staff under the head of all the office heads will be held in the Zilla Panchayat Auditorium Hall on 29th and 30th September, organized at District Panchayat Sabha room on 27th and 28th September 2018. Training will be conducted by training trained trainers in training. It was informed in the meeting that out of 662 polling stations in the district, 605 polling booths will be filled with electronic voting machine and VV. Pat machine has been made aware about safe polling. Collector and District Election Officer, District Education Officer, NCC Cadet and District Program Officer will be nominated by NRLM The women of self help women instructed to carry out the widespread publicity of voter awareness from the city to the village village.




Collector meeting today


Bemetra September 25, 2018- Collector Mahadev Kaware took a meeting in the meeting room of the District Office and asked the Chief Minister. Raman Singh's meeting with the officers of the meeting regarding the arrival of the Atal Vikas Yatra and giving necessary instructions. Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manhar along with other officials were present.




Chief Minister visits today


Bemetra September 25, 2018- Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will inaugurate and renovate various development works of 138 crores to the people of the district at Saza, block headquarters of Bemetara district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Also address a huge general meeting. According to the information received from the hospitality officer, Chief Minister will leave the helicopter at 3.10 pm from Kurukder in Kabirdham and reach at 3.40 pm. Where he will address the General Assembly from 3.30 to 4.40 After that the Chief Minister will leave for Saheja from Rajkot to Raipur at 4.40 pm.




Smart Mobile Phone Distributed


Bemetra September 25, 2018- The ambitious scheme of the state government under the Communication Revolution Skye, today, 4G Smart Mobile Phone was distributed in the village gram panchayat under the Navagad block of the district. On this occasion, Sarpanch of Jharkhand Gram Panchayat Smt. Mandakini Yadav, Vice President Panchayat Smt. Shakun Bai Sahu, Gram Panchayat Secretary Dilip Kosale and other villagers were present.

 




Problems of the people who heard the Collector during the presentation


Bemetra September 25, 2018: - Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware, during the weekly program of public meeting with the public, sympathetically responded to the problems of the people coming from the far-flung areas of the district, and for writing the note in the application, To give necessary instructions in this regard. Today, 135 applications have been received in the Collector Mahadarshan, organized on Tuesday. The collector forwarded the applications received for resolving various problems, including the complainants, to the officers of the department concerned in the weekly public meeting organized at the meeting of collectorate. Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme in GD, gas connections, new ration cards, availability of drinking water, payment of pending budget for construction of toilet, lodging of toilet, loans under Prime Minister's money scheme, name in ration card, pension payment, payment of wages of MNREGA wages , Including other applications received. Instructions have been issued to resolve all the applications within the online entry tax deadline. CEO of District Panchayat in Jan Darshan. s. Alok, Additional Collector S. R. Willing, D.E.O. Shri Chandrakar, D.P.O. Women and Child Development Rajendra Kashyap, Deputy Director Social Welfare More, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.K. Sharma, Deputy Director, Livestock Development Department, Dr. A.K. Singh, Dr. Anil Kumar Shukla, Chief Municipal Officer Bemetra Mohinder Sahu, along with officials of various departments of the district level were present.




Two rural moving medical units started in the district


Bemetra September 25, 2018: - The State Government is determined to provide better health facilities in rural areas of Chhattisgarh; To provide health facilities to the rural areas, two rural moving medical units (Health Mobile Unit) should be started in district Bemetra. Has been there. Collector and District Health Committee President Mahadev Kaware has instructed the Health Vehicle to carry out regular maintenance and maintenance so that its benefits could be provided to the far-flung villagers of the district. Expert and experienced organization, Jai Ambe Emergency Services Private Limited, Anupam Nagar Raipur Chhattisgarh, for providing primary health services through a managed medical unit. Has been selected by the State Office. This medical unit will have 01 doctor, 01 nurse, 01 pharmacist, 01 lab technician and a driver. Mobile unit includes microscope, weight machine, BP There will be about 60 types of machines, equipment and accessories and medicines, including machines, incubators, nebulizers, succession operators, oxygen cylinders. Rural Medical Unit Vehicle GPS Will be facilitated so that online information can be found. Treatment of small fat diseases, skin diseases, cold cough, fever, short surgery, treatment and treatment of snake beetles, TB, malaria, leprosy and other infectious diseases, non communicable diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, Services like cataract, mental illness, tobacco related illness etc. will be given. Prioritization of treatment of the elderly, murder, urination investigation and reference services will be given. Through this, services will also be provided by putting health camps in the rural areas.




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