Collector's meeting of the deadline

Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta reviewed the activities, plans and programs of different departments and took necessary directions to the officials taking a time-limit meeting in the meeting room of the District Office here today. Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta said that for the Atal Vikas Yatra, officials should initiate action according to the responsibilities handed over. He said that the upcoming Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 should be resolved on the basis of priority for the applications received for the revised voters list. He said that under the Communication Revolution Scheme (SKY), mobile distribution work is being done in the village panchayats of the district. For this inform the villagers by making a preferential bid and deliver mobile delivery according to the desired target.
In the time-frame meeting, the collector reviewed the development and construction activities run by various departments. He said that to start the approved works of the past, complete the starting works fast, complete the starting works faster. In the meeting, he reviewed the Chief Minister's new pension and said that it should take action according to the applications received under it. He said that more than five, more than 10 and more than 20 Divyan voters list immediately made available. He directed the immediate removal of the applications received from various commissions, the Chief Minister's Principal and the Collector Mahadarshan. In the meeting, District Panchayat CEO Mr. Riturraj Raghuvanshi, Forest Officer Mr. Alok Tiwari, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Collector Mr. Shivkumar Tiwari, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue and various departments district level officers were present.


Chhattisgarh State giving highest paddy bonus to the farmers in the country dr.raman singh

While addressing a huge gathering in Dharamjyagarh of Raigad district during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the state which gives maximum paddy yield to the farmers in the country and giving them the highest piggy bank bonuses. He said that along with Chhattisgarh, this Dharajjyagarh area of ​​Raigad district is not behind the development.
The picture of this area has changed in the past fifteen years. He said that Dharamsajyad will soon be connected to the brightest Siklen road from Raigarh. Approval of this road has been received under the Bharat Mala project.

In Singh Sabha, Dr. Singh inaugurated and constructed 15 different construction works costing about Rs. 201 crores 44 lacs. On this occasion, he distributed 47 thousand 188 beneficiaries of 44 crores worth 66 lakh rupees and distributed checks. On this occasion, Dr. Singh gave the status of sub-tehsil to the bark,
In the Government College of Dharamjyghad, the announcement of acceptance of postgraduate classes from next academic session and approval of Rs 20 lakh for community building of Rathia society in Dharamjaygarh. On this occasion, the Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnu Dev Sai, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sunithi Rathia, MLA Roshan Agarwal and Mrs. Kerabai Manhar, along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.
The Chief Minister said that the roads in this area have been trapped. Upgradation and widening work of Dharmjaygarh-Kapu Marg, costing Rs 140 crore 71 lakh, Ghodhoda bypass road costing Rs 24 crore 74 lakhs and upgradation work of Pathhol-Kaapu road costing Rs.22 million 48 lakhs was done. is. Dr. Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the state which has the highest pearl bonus for purchasing at the highest price of paddy in the country and to forest dwellers.
He said that 12 lakh Tendupta collectors of the state are being given steps. During the development tour, a bonus of 750 crores will be given to Tendupta collectors. Dr. Singh said that the plans of the state government have changed the lives of the poor. Now, in Chhattisgarh, nobody has to starve anyone. The state government has arranged a kilo of rice for poor families as well as arranging pucca houses, kitchen connections, health care, toilets for millions of families.
Arrangements have been made for the daughters of poor families. Bicycles have been provided to millions of daughters in the Saraswati Cycle Scheme. He said that the state government is connecting people with welfare schemes of governance.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has increased the amount of Rupees one hundred rupees per quintal in the support price of paddy. At the time of purchase at farmers' support price of paddy, the State Government will give bonus to the rate of Rs. 300 per quintal. Now farmers will get Rs 2050 and Rs 2070 per quintal per quintal in accordance with the variety of paddy.
He informed that the farmers are also being given the facility of payment of electricity bills on flat-rate at flats at more than one pumps on irrigation pumps upto five horspers. The state government is giving a grant of one lakh rupees for connection of irrigation pumps. About 12 lakh families of the single-light connection holders of the state are being given the facility of payment of Rs. 100 per month on flat rate, after consuming more than 40 units of electricity.
In relation to the Atal Vikas Yatra, Dr. Singh said that this is a journey of public blessings of Janardan. I consider it as sacred like pilgrimage. Dr. Singh said that a grand memorial will be built in the memory of late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the State Builder, Bharat Ratna and the former Prime Minister of Atal Nagar, New Raipur. For this memorial, the sacred soil of Tulsi Chaura of homes will be brought to the villages and villages. The Union Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnudev Sai also addressed the meeting.


CM Dr. Raman Singh inaugurates works & Bhimipuzan of Rs. 201 crores in - Dharamjaygarh

Chief Minister Dr.Ramn Singh today inaugurated 15 different works, bhumi pujan and foundation stones at the cost of about Rs. 201 crores 44 lakhs in the massive General Body held in Dharamjaygarh, Tehsil headquarter of Raigad district under the statewide Atal Vikas Yatra. They inaugurated the five works for the construction of ten works and costing Rs 9.99 crore at the cost of 191 crores 44 lakhs.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh distributed material and assistance amounting to 44 crores 66 lakhs to 47 thousand 188 beneficiaries in the General Assembly. A large number of villagers were present in the presence of Union Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnu Dev Sai, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sunithi Rathia, MLA Roshan Agarwal and Mrs. Kerabai Manhar.
The Chief Minister laid the foundation of the newly approved works. In addition to upgradation of Pathalgaon-Kapu Marg at a cost of Rs.22 million 48 lakh, the Gharghoda-Bypass road was constructed at a cost of Rs.24 crore 74 lakhs, upgradation and widening work of Dharmajyad-Kapu Marg at a cost of 140 million 71 lakh rupees.
In addition to this, Rs. 71 lakh 99 thousand solar collective irrigation pumps for solar community irrigation pumps in Village Golbuda, new water supply scheme in village-Bhalumar, Patrapali and Bugchaba, at the cost of Rs 58 lakh 59 thousand. Singh also laid the foundation stone of Dhanajodhara village Ratanpur, Gharghodha village small Gumda and Bhalumar High School Bhawan, at a cost of 20 million rupees 21 lakh.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the completed works. They include 5 senior MIG houses built in Dharamjyagarh at a cost of Rs.67.77 million, Copperarna stapdam, constructed at a cost of Rs. 47 lakhs, 10 Junior M.E.G. and 30 EWS buildings, costing Rs. And 32 houses built by the Police Department at a cost of 2 crore 29 lakhs.


Chief Minister inaugurates signature campaign under cleanliness service campaign kota in bilaspur dist.

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that former Prime Minister Late Shri Atal Bihari Bajpayee has increased the value of Chhattisgarh by creating state. The development that has taken place in Chhattisgarh in the past 15 years is only the responsibility of Atal ji. This development journey is dedicated to Atal ji, the creator of Chhattisgarh. Atal ji has settled in the minds of the people here.

This is the journey of realizing their dreams. To make their dreams come true, by 2025, an unseen vision letter has been made to make new Chhattisgarh. Dr. Singh was addressing the massive general meeting held in the Kota, Tehsil head quarters of Bilaspur district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra.
On the occasion, the Chief Minister announced the acceptance of a new building in Kota College from next academic session to start postgraduate classes of science and commerce faculty and in place of Virg Bhawan of Virgo College. He also inaugurated 35 different development works of the Kota area and about 600 crore rupees. The Chief Minister launched the signature campaign in Kota today under the Sanitation Service Seva campaign being run from 16 September to 2 October.
While addressing the general body, the Chief Minister said that this Atal Vikas Yatra started with the blessings of Maa Danteshwari and mother Bambleshwari today on the holy feet of Koteswar Mahadev. He bowed down to the freedom fighters of the region Shri Ramsankar Tiwari, Shri Chandrashekhar Kurray, Dhaniram Thakur, Shri Virendra Kewal, Mr. Sanutt Kumar Tiwari and Shri Shivkumar Marakam.
The Chief Minister said that the development that has not happened since independence has happened in the last 15 years. Today, the poor are given a permanent house, a rupee kilo of rice, every person is given 50,000 health insurance in a year and 50 lakh women and college students are being given smartphones. These are not just plans but it is changing the lives of people.
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, every poor has a provision of a permanent house, arranging treatment up to Rs 5 lakhs for people, crop insurance for farmers, and many more schemes are being run. As a result, people from all sections of the villages, poor, farmers and laborers are benefitting. The program was also addressed by MP Lakhan Lal Sahu.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that the Chhattisgarh government will receive a bonus of Rs. 750 crores within a month for the tribal brothers of Chhattisgarh.


Collector meets Lee Nodal and assistant nodal officers Preparations review

Nominal officers and assistant nodal officers have been assigned their responsibilities by the Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta for the upcoming assembly election 2018. Preparations have been started for proper discharge of those responsibilities. In this regard, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta took a meeting of the nodal and assistant nodal officers in the meeting room of Collectorate here today. During this time, Mr. Santosh Singh, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat was specially present.
In the meeting the Collector and District Election Officer directed all SDMs to complete the data updation as the priority of the applications received in respect of the electoral rolls of their respective areas. He said that EVM machines and VP pat are being displayed in all four assembly constituencies of the district. Make sure to see government employees also observe it. He said that to ensure the meeting of the political parties' meeting on the developmental level also, and make them aware of other works including Model Code of Conduct. Apart from this, also prepare a list of micro observers. In the meeting, the District Election Officer said that programs should be ensured at a large level by speeding up the sweep program.
In the meeting of the Nodal and Assistant Nodal Officers, he said that to ensure the immediate removal of illegal hoardings in the district, to ensure the chief executive officer of the CMO and urban panchayats of urban bodies, to ensure the work of executive officers. He said that from where the voting material is to be distributed in the district, it will have a good effect. Apart from this, making the list of vehicles for the traffic arrangement from now. Apart from this, the employees who make the polling, choose the training site for the training and arrange the meeting arrangements there. He told the sub-divisional officials that while there are more than five, more than 10 and more than 20 Divyan voters, prepare the list of those polling booths and mark the two such polling booths in each assembly as a model polling station. . Additional Collector Shri Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari and Sub-Divisional Officer, Nodal Officer and Assistant Nodal Officers were present in the meeting.

Chief Minister to leave for three-day tour of Bilaspur and Sarguja Division on September 18

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh will be leaving for three-day tour of Bilaspur and Sarguja Division on September 18 under state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Dr Singh will be visiting Bilaspur, Raigarh and Koriya districts on September 18, Kobra, Balrampur-Ramanujganj and Surajpur districts on September 19, and Sarguja, Jashpur and Mungeli districts on September 20.

As per the final tour schedule, Dr Singh will leave from capital city Raipur on September 18 via helicopter at 10.50 am and reach tehsil headquarters Kota of Bilaspur district at 11.30 am, and at 1.15 pm Dr Singh will be addressing general assemblies of Dharamjaigarh tehsil headquarters of Raigarh district. At 3.15 pm, Dr Singh will leave from Dharamjaigarh in helicopter and reach village Ranai of Koriya (Baikunthpur) district at 4pm. After welcome programme in Ranai, Dr Singh will attend the programme in village Patna at 4.40pm, then attend the programme in village Mahora at 5.05 pm and another programme to be held in Baikunthpur at 5.35pm.  In the evening at 6.15pm, Dr Singh will come to Charcha of Koriya district and after addressing general assembly there, he will have night stay there.

On September 19, Dr Raman Singh will address press conference in Charcha at 10 am, and leave via helicopter at 10.50 and reach village Madanpur (Rampur) of Korba district at 11.30 am, and after attending the general assembly there, he will reach Ramanujganj of Balrampur district at 1.15pm via helicopter. After attending general assembly there, Dr Singh will reach Pratappur of Surajpur district at 3.30 pm and address general assembly there. He will visit Silphili at 4.40pm, Telaichar at 5.10 pm, Vishrampur at 5.40pm, village Parri at 6.10 pm. Dr Singh will meet students of Livelihood College in Parri. Chief Minister will reach district headquarters Surajpur at 6.50pm, and inaugurate newly-built Collectorate building. Thereafter, Dr Singh will have night stay there.

On September 20, Dr Singh will address press conference in Surajpur at 10.30 am, and after that he will reach tehsil headquarters Sitapur of Sarguja district via helicopter at 11.30 am, Patthalgaon tehsil headquarters of Jashpur district at 1pm, and tehsil headquarters Lormi of Mungeli district at 3.40pm. After addressing general assemblies at aforementioned places, Dr Singh will return from Lormi to Raipur at 5.15pm.

Chief Minister to inaugurate-lay foundation of development works worth Rs 130 crore in general assembly to be held in Kota

Power substations of capacity 33/11 KV capacity in Ratanpur and Kota Foundation laying of Nal-Jal Praday Yojana of Kurdur, Billiband and Tendua

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh will be addressing general assembly to be held in Kota block headquarters of Bilaspur district during state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra on September 18, tomorrow. On the occasion, Dr Singh will be inaugurating, laying foundation and doing bhumipujan of 44 development works worth nearly Rs 130 crore 89 lakh for development of the region. In the general assembly, Chief Minister will also distribute goods and financial aid to 587 beneficiaries under various beneficiary-oriented schemes of government.

Chief Minister will be inaugurating 25 construction works worth nearly Rs 111 crore 34 lakh, which includes Sakri-Ganiyari-Kota Road (nearly 22km) worth Rs 76 crore 57 lakh, Bansajhal Diversion Scheme worth Rs 11 crore 72 lakh, Kota-Belgahna Road (5km) worth Rs 11 crore 58 lakh, power substation of capacity 33/11 KV worth Rs one crore 70 lakh in Ratanpur, and CV Raman Kota power substation of capacity 33/11 KV worth nearly Rs one crore 55 lakh.

In the general assembly, Dr Singh will lay foundation and bhumipujan of 10 works worth Rs 19 crore 55 lakh, which includes construction works related to Lufa Diversion Yojana worth nearly Rs 9 crore 17 lakh, construction works related to Navagaon Diversion Scheme worth nearly 7 crore 77 Lakh, Billiband Nal-Jal Paday Yojana worth nearly Rs 46 lakh, Kurdur Nal-Jal Praday worth Rs 44 lakh, and Tendua Nal-Jal Praday Yojana worth nearly Rs 44 lakh.


Bhairamgarh Education Symbol of Development Hub - Dr. Raman Singh Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated the development work of the cost of 151 crores for the people of the Atal Vikas Yatra, organized by the Janpad Panchayat Bhairamgarh in Bijapur district and laid the foundation stone of Bhumi Pujan. Speaking at the massive public meeting organized at the local education ground ground on the occasion, he said that before this I have come to Bhairamgarh. At that time Bhairamgarh and today's Bhairamgarh see the difference in land skies
Bhairamgarh is changing the way. Here's a wonderful education hub. Dr. Singh said that Bijapur Bhopalapatnam road construction was a dream. We took a resolution and went on open to development. Today this area remains a center for education. The way development has accelerated after the formation of the district, development has accelerated. He is invincible.

He apprised the residents that a major mega health camp would be installed in the upcoming 29-30 Symphar at Bijapur District Headquarters. Expert doctors will treat them free of charge. All types of operations will be done free of charge. He took the blessings of Goddesses of the region on this occasion. Recognizing here the heroic revolutionary fighters and others, the new tradition of development in the area
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that the former government only slogans. We are giving rice, gram, salt everything in rupees 01. Dr. Singh said that the cost of procurement of paddy has been fixed by the Central Government at Rs. 1750 / quintal. We have increased the Rupees 300 to 2050 and Rs 2070 per quintal. Also a bonus of 24 hundred crore will be given
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that all the 20 thousand such cases will be withdrawn by the government, in the entire state such as the case of SC and ST, in which there is a provision of 20 thousand rupees fine. He said in reference to giving an Atal Naming to Vikas Yatra that the self. Atal Bihari Vajpayee established the state of Chhattisgarh.

To keep their memory intact, a monument will be constructed at Atal Nagar Raipur. In which the Atal messenger from the village village of the entire region will bring there holy clay. This way the monument will be built. Shri Singh said that this government is procuring paddy and is giving bonus and now the electricity will be supplied in a single floor of a village under the good luck scheme.
They are talking about four times more development in the coming years. On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated the development works of BHOLPUJAN and 34.96 crore of development works worth 116.87 crore. Chief Minister inaugurated a high level bridge constructed at village Rampur Chintavagu river with a cost of Rs. 25.09 crores from Bhopalpatnam on Warangal road.
With the creation of this bridge, easy access to Telangana from Bijapur will be easy. On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Bijapur Lighlyhud College Building, 32 lac District Library Building at a cost of Rs. 03 crores 40 lacs. The newly constructed 50-seat Ashram Shala Bhavana in Keshkootul, at the cost of Rs 75 lakh, inaugurated the newly constructed Bridge in Bijapur Jagargunda at a cost of approximately Rs 80 lakh.
The Chief Minister gave a landslide to the Navodaya Vidyalaya Bhawan, constructed at a cost of Rs. 25 crores and a bypass road of Rs. 47 crores in Bijapur. On this occasion, Tiffin distribution was started for 58 thousand 973 Tendupatta collections of the district, 48.29 crore rupees distribution, 11 thousand 183 registered workers of MNREGA.
On this occasion, the Department of Labor also distributed the bicycles, mobile plans under Sky Scheme. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh gave approval to the construction of the stop dam in Bhatiguda and canal construction for irrigation on the demand of the residents. Irrigation pond construction was sanctioned in Village Cherrapalli and the Nagar Panchayat has given immediate approval of Rs. 50 lakhs for construction of CC road, drainage and other works in Bhairamgarh.


Chief Minister welcomed a 28-km road show from Tarapur to Jagdalpur

Atal Vikas Yatra through dense forests in the twilight of the evening

Under the leadership of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, the state-wide development tour reached 28-kilometer distance from the village Tarapur (Vikaskhand-Balkanabad) in Bastar district in the twilight of the district and reached district headquarters Jagdalpur. In this roadshow, thousands of villagers welcomed them in a warm welcome in the programs organized in villages Karitgaon, Dhobiguda and Asana. Chief Minister addressed a huge public meeting at around 5.45 pm
On this occasion, for the development of Bastar (Jagdalpur) district, he inaugurated 110 different construction works of 106 crore rupees, Bhumi Poojan and Shilanyasa, and in the general assembly under various schemes of the government, more than 74 thousand beneficiaries under 9 crore 48 lakhs of grant material and amount was distributed.
In the 28-km road show from Tarapur to Jagdalpur, a number of people including representatives of the School Education and Tribal Development Minister Kedar Kashyap and Chairman of District Panchayat Bastar Smt. Jabita Mandavi were also present.
In the receptions, the Chief Minister expressed his gratitude towards the villagers of the region for this extensive public support for the Atal Vikas Yatra. He said that former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee had created Chhattisgarh State. He died on the 16th of last month. In order to show respect to Chhattisgarh state producer, development tour is being organized by the state government in his name.
Dr. Singh said that after the state's formation and, especially in the last nearly 15 years, the development of Bastar Zone has definitely gained momentum. Road, electricity, drinking water, education, health and other facilities have expanded. The Chief Minister said that the journey of Bastar will continue this journey further.
In the memory of Atal ji, the government has released the draft of the new Chhattisgarh 2025 model, which states that when the Chhattisgarh state will reach its silver jubilee year 2025, then what will be its picture of development? By that time, the income of the farmers of the state would be doubled. Chhattisgarh will also be included in the category of the most developed states of India.

Bastar of new era will be developed and full of self-confidence: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has said that the new phase of Bastar will be developed and full of self-confidence. The coming tomorrow is of the people of Bastar. Now Bastar talks about the development of Bastar and the extension of education facilities in Bastar. The Chief Minister was addressing a mammoth gathering organized in the village Tarapur of the Dakhand Vikas block of Bastar district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra this evening.

He said that the education of the country's Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and President Shri Ramnath Kovind Dantewada comes to see the development of Hub and Bastar. In 2003, Bastar was identified as the area facing backward, migrants and the challenge of Naxal violence. Today, the light of development has reached the villages and villages of Bastar. The entire network of roads has been trapped in Bastar. A new steel plant is being prepared in Nagar Nahar.
Medical college has started in Jagdalpur. Today students of Bastar are becoming doctors, engineers. They are also being elected on administrative posts. This new round is writing a new version of Bastar's development. Dr. Singh congratulated the people on Ganesh festival and Engineer's Day and congratulated them.
In the General Body, the Chief Minister handed over 110 development works to Bastar district at a cost of more than Rs. 106 crores. Dr. Singh inaugurated 41 development works worth 25.22 million rupees and laid the foundation stone of 69 development works of Rs. 77 crores 94 lakhs. In various beneficiaries, 74 thousand 612 beneficiaries were given material and assistance amounting to about 9.88 million rupees.
Dr. Singh distributed material and amount of symbol to some of these beneficiaries. In the Chief Minister's Assembly, 28 thousand workers were given a symbolic start to Tiffin, smart phone, 36364 Tendupta collectors, bonus amount of Rs 5 crore 89 lakh and distribution of phase foot distribution to 34 thousand 721 beneficiaries. On this occasion, many public representatives and a large number of rural masses were present on the occasion including the Minister of Tribal Development Shri Kedar Kashyap, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Dinesh Kashyap and President of State Youth Commission Mr. Kamalchand Bhanjdev.
Dr. Singh said that now there will be no darkness in Bastar. He said that some time ago the Maoists had destroyed power towers in Bastar. Bastar was pushed into darkness for eight days. The state government has worked with Bastar to provide connectivity to 440 KV line, 220 KV capacity line and 130 KV power lines. Now Bastar will never sink in the dark. The Chief Minister said that today the farmers face prosperity
The purchase of paddy at the support price will start from November. Farmers will get Rs 2050 and Rs 2070 per quintal for farmers as per the varieties of paddy variety, with the support price of the increased paddy of Rs 200 per quintal and the amount of bonus of Rs 300 per quintal given by the state government. Dr. Singh said that the amount of Rs. 2400 crores will be distributed to the farmers in the form of paddy bonuses to the farmers in the state. He said that maize support price has been increased by Rs. 275
He said that the small schemes of the government are changing the lives of the common man. 40 lakh phones will be distributed to women in 50 lakh smart phones being distributed in Communication Revolution Plan


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