State Government has made its emblem of women empowerment: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has said that the state government has made women empowerment their own misconception in the state. In the Communication Revolution Plan 40 lakh women are being provided free smart mobile phones. So far 20 lakh women have got mobile phones. The State Government has launched a number of schemes for girls' education, women's health and economic independence, with the help of which women are moving forward in all areas.
Dr. Singh was addressing a huge general meeting organized in Madanpur village, surrounded by dense forests and mountains in Korba district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. The Chief Minister said that all the kutcha houses will be made permanent in this area affected by elephants. Villagers welcomed the Chief Minister with enthusiasm.

Dr. Singh inaugurated 54 works of Rs. 109 crores in the General Body, Shilanyas and Bhumi Pujan. He laid the foundation for upgradation and strengthening work of 21.50 km long road to Pali-Sili at a cost of about 96 crore 59 lakh rupees. In the General Assembly, he distributed 10 thousand 649 beneficiaries in the various welfare schemes of the government and distributed material and assistance.
Dr. Singh said in the General Assembly that Korba district, rich in mineral resources, has made significant contribution in the development of Chhattisgarh. With the decision of the formation of the District Mineral Trust in the mineral-rich districts by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, not only the Korba district is getting full financial resources for the development work of Chhattisgarh.
He said that there will be no shortage of economic resources for development works for 50 years in Korba district. He said that a large education hub is being constructed in Dombivali and Bijapur with the cost of 150 crore rupees in Korba district. The Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology (CIPET) is being established in Korba with the amount of District Mineral Trust. Both of these institutions will get the benefit of Chhattisgarh.
Dr. Singh informed that the DMF has sanctioned 761 works in this area at a cost of Rs 211 crore and 2767 works have been approved for the cost of Rs. 52 crore in the entire Korba district.
Dr. Singh said that in the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, the area has been given LPG connection to 45 thousand 453 women of poor families and one lakh 25 thousand women in the entire Korba district. Under the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme, 22 thousand 328 poor families in the area of ​​Korba district are being provided permanent houses worth 1.5 lakh rupees. Out of these 10 thousand 900 houses have been completed. In this scheme, 44 thousand houses will be constructed in the entire district.
The Chief Minister said that development tour is a journey of public confidence. I went out on this journey to take the blessings of the public. When elderly mothers and sisters raise their hands and bless them, they get satisfaction. Looking at the glow of his face, he seems to be getting the benefit of the schemes of the state government.
Dr. Singh said that power will be provided in every pare, mohalla of Korba district. Electricity connections in homes where there is no electricity connection They purchased the paddy at the support price, gave information about the Chief Minister's Health Security Scheme, the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, the Chief Minister's Food Security Schemes. Lok Sabha MP Mr. Bansil Lal Mahato and former Home Minister Mr. Nankiram Kanwar also addressed the meeting.
On this occasion, many public representatives, including rural, labor and sports and youth welfare, Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada, parliamentary secretary Mr. Lakhan Devangan, and former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Banwari Lal Agarwal were present in large numbers.


CM inaugurates development works of 109 crore rupees in Madanpur - Bhumi Pujan

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today laid foundation stone of 54 works of Rs. 109 crores in the massive General Body held at Village Madanpur in Korba district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. They laid the foundation of upgradation and reconstruction work of 21.50 km Pali-Sili Marg at a cost of approximately 96.59 million rupees.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister distributed various materials and assistance to 10 thousand 649 beneficiaries. On this occasion, Minister of Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare Shri Bhaiya Lal Rajwada, Lok Sabha Parliament Dr. Bansilal Mahato, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Lakhan Devangan, former Home Minister Mr. Nankiram Kanwar and Vice-President of the Legislative Assembly Banwari Lal Agarwal were also present on the occasion.
Out of the completed works, the Chief Minister inaugurated the cost of 37 lakh 39 thousand rupees to reach the food storage house in Uurga, bridge at Kolga from Bagga and CC Road, costing Rs. 20 lakhs, village at a cost of Rs. 10 lakhs. Taraimirdih includes culverts, access roads.
The Chief Minister gave a landslide and foundation stone of new approved works, in which the Government Higher Secondary School Building, built in village Kudamura, Behrchuvan at a cost of 1 crore 34 lakh 77 thousand, government girl girl of Balco Sector-5 at a cost of 71 lakhs. Higher secondary school laboratory room
Nal-water supply scheme in village Lakhanpur, Devgaon, Madwani and Pakaria, at village costa, Kutsaregani, Atmanagar, Chicholi, Shivpura, Polami, Karanvapara, Duggupara, JP Colony Korba, Construction of new building and additional rooms for primary school and secondary school situated at Bagappara Ghinara and Smniipali, community building, CC road at a cost of Rs. 30 crores rupees , Slab Pulia, CC Bridge, Concreteization, Gram Panchayat Bhawan.
The Chief Minister distributed material and assistance amount to 10 thousand 649 villagers in various meeting of various beneficiary schemes in the General Assembly. These included distribution of Tiffin to 744 hilly Korawa and Birhore families for LED bulbs and 9772 workers of MNREGA under Ujala scheme.
Apart from this, in the program, fish and iisboxes, fish seed kits for the farmers, material and assistance under animal husbandry schemes, marriage promotion money to the devotees, Triyaksal to the devotees, Shravan Yantra, Tandupta Bonus, Phase Paduka, Prime Minister Ujjwala Gas Smart card and CMD in Chief Minister's Health Security scheme, including cylinders Distribution made.


Collector's meeting of Revenue officials and police in charge

Bemetara September 18, 2018: - Collector and District Magistrate Mahadev Kaware today took a joint meeting of the Executive Magistrates (Naib Tehsildar and Tehsildar), Police Inspectors and Police Inspectors to make the impending, fair and peaceful elections in 2018, law and order in the district Regarding the necessary guidelines. On this occasion, Senior Superintendent of Police, Heathram Manhar, ADM And Deputy District Election Officer K.S. Mandavi, ASP Vimal Kumar Bass were also present. The collector said that during the election the code of ideal conduct code is necessary, it must be ensured. The responsibility of holding peaceful elections in the district is of revenue and police department officials. The Superintendent of Police informed about the law and order in the district. He said that the district has 181 arms licenses, out of which 85 licenses have been verified, 67 licenses have been deposited in Arms police station. The SSP asked the police officials to take action under prohibitory orders against those who disturb the peace. Immediately, the arrest warrant of Tamil The number of security forces will be increased in sensitive and highly sensitive polling booths. He gave instructions to the police station to act under the gambling act, curbing the sale and sale of illegal liquor.

The collector said that 62 Sector (Zoneal) officers have been appointed in three assembly constituencies of the district. During the election, 9 check posts will be set up in the district, in these check posts, the investigation of illegal liquor, investigation of the cash amount of more than Rs. 50 thousand and the temptation material given to the voters during the election will be examined. The monitoring team will be monitored and tested from time to time by the Flying Squad team. During the election, candidate will be able to spend maximum of 28 lakh rupees. The candidate has to submit application in writing in advance in the prescribed authority for rally and general meeting. The voting can not be made within 100 meters of polling booth. Candidate or his agent polling booth, by putting his chair-table outside of 200 meters, the general voter slip, which is displayed in white paper, will be able to provide the voters, in which the candidate's photo, election symbol will not be mentioned.
meeting held

Bemetra September 18, 2018: - The meeting of District Coordination Committee was held yesterday under the chairmanship of Collector and District Magistrate Mahadev Kaware. District and Sessions Judge Mr. A.K. Singhal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Shri H.R. Manohar, CEO of District Panchayat Shri Sachchidanand Alok, Member Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Mr. K. P. Singh Bhadauria, CJM. Shri Jitendra Thakur was present. In the meeting, discussions were held in this regard to ensure timely payment of the amount of assistance being distributed to the people suffering from the government. In order to provide government land for the building of the Court of Civil Court in Saza, the district headquarters, in Saza, after the formation of the district, for discussion and consideration in respect to the Superintendent of Police, District Magistrate and District Judge for Session Judge, Was exchanged. The Collector instructed the Sub-Divisional Officer of the Public Works Department that behind the construction of New Circuit House at Berla Road, G.A. Complete the quarters as soon as possible.

People of Chhattisgarh will always remember the contribution of Atal ji in the state's formation: Dr. Singh: Chief Minister addressed the huge General Meeting in Shivpur Charkha

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that the people of Chhattisgarh will always remember the contribution of Atalji for the formation of the state. Since the formation of the state, the progress of the state and development began. Therefore, the name of this journey to take blessings from the people has been named Atal Vikas Yatra. Dr. Singh said that the name of the new Raipur named Atal ji has also been named Atal Nagar. Where a grand memorial will be built to make their memory memorable forever.

      Dr. Singh was addressing the General Assembly held in Shivpur Charka of Korea district today. He inaugurated 64 construction works and Bhumi Pujan at a cost of about 98 crore 23 lakh rupees. Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Shri Bhayyalal Rajwada, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Champdavevi Padale and MLA Shri Shyam Bihari Jaiswal were also present on this occasion.

The Chief Minister said that the state government is a village, poor and peasant beneficiary government. The government is working for the improvement and progress of all the classes. He said that for the empowerment of women, free smart phones are being distributed to 4 million women in the Communication Revolution scheme. All poor families in Chhattisgarh will be given a permanent house by 2022. There will be no family who does not have a permanent house. He said that 11 lakh permanent houses are being constructed in the Prime Minister's housing scheme.

Dr. Singh said that due to the food aid scheme no Chhattisgarh now has no hunger. A special session of Vidhan Sabha has been arranged to give a bonus of Rs. 2400 crores to the farmers for the bonus of paddy. With the commencement of the purchase of paddy on November 1, the bonus amount of Rs. Three hundred rupees will also be distributed to the farmers. 750 crore rupees are being distributed to the Tendupta collectors and Phase Paduka is being distributed to 12 lakh Tandupta collectors. In the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, more than 64 thousand women have been given LPG connections in Korea district. He said that electricity will be provided to all the para-groups, and all the houses in the coming two months.

The Minister of Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare, Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada said that many schemes are being run by the state government for the benefit of the poor, the farmers, the workers and the general public. Notable works have been done in different areas including Education Health, Road Bridge Bridge. Collector Korea Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga while presenting the progress report said that all the schemes of governance in the Korea district are being implemented better.

On this occasion, a large number of villagers were present on the occasion including Mrs. Phool Chandra Singh, Dwarka Gupta, Deepak Patel, Special Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr. Rajat Kumar, Mr. Taman Singh Sonwani, Commissioner, Sargoja Division.

The farmers will not have to wait for the paddy bonus: the Chief Minister addressed the reception in village Ranai, Mahora, Jamgahna and Baikunthpur.

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that farmers will not have to wait for the paddy bonus. Paddy procurement will begin on November 1 at the support price. With the support price of paddy, payment of paddy bonus will also be given to the farmers' account. Dr. Singh was addressing a reception and road show organized in Village Runai, Mahora, Jamgahana and District Headquarters, Baikunthpur, in Koriya District today. A large number of people got upset for the Chief Minister's reception People fervently greeted the Chief Minister with traditional methods including folk dance, music, Aarti. Women took the aarti and gave in-person welcome to Dr. Raman Singh.

    Chief Minister Dr. Singh started road show from Runai. On the urging of the local public representatives and villagers, they sanctioned Rs 20 lakh for installing tiles in the community building complex of Patna Panchayat. Dr. Singh approved 5 new hand pump mining for the community building of 5 lakh rupees, new building for panchayat and diagnosis of drinking water problem in Ranai. The Chief Minister met the people from Ranai to Charcha by about 27 kilometers of road shows. Dr. Singh highlighted the key areas of unprecedented development in Chhattisgarh in the last 15 years. Dr. Singh said in these meetings that farmers will be paid Rs. 2050 and Rs. 2070 for slim paddy for common paddy this year by adding bonus of Rs. 300 and increased support price to 200 rupees.


Scout-guide Rover Ranger at Sirpur in Tourism Organizing the Sanatana Pakhwara

n Sirpur from 16th to 30th September 2018 Sanitary Pakkhada Sanitation under service campaign, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Raipur Chhattisgarh and archaeological department, Sirpur Raipur Mandal, started from ancient Lakshmana temple of ancient historical and religious city, Sirpur and visited the streets of the village. Tourism Festival and Sanitation to Tunnel Tila, on the occasion of Panchmahata Sanitary Service Campaign 2 Government Higher Secondary School, Sirpur and Nehru Scout Squad, Government High Secondary School, Patwa's Scout Guide, Rover Ranger, students and teachers have taken cleanliness public awareness rally. Rally in Tunnel Tila by the Ministry of Tourism, Raipur, Ashish Verma and Sachin Ji and the Ministry of Culture towards Raipur, Rakwad ji and Tirkey ji andArchaeological department of Sirpur, Nuri ji and Bhagirathi Gautayat addressed the rally. While presenting gratitude, Project Leader Nehru Scout Team SMU Patwa's Scout Master Tulendra Sagar told that the headquarters of the State Headquarters, Chhattisgarh, on the instructions of Bharat Scouts and Guides National Headquarters New Delhi. The scout guide Rover Ranger Team, under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan of Safa Bharat Abhiyan by Raipur, will be responsible for the protection and cleanliness of the National Heritage Laxman Temple Sirpur for one year. District President Mr. Kareram Sahu District Union Mahasamund and District Education Officer Mahasamud District Commissioner SK Guidelines of Shri B.L. Kurre, and under the guidance of the Commissioner of Municipal Commissioner, Mr. Mahasamund, has been given under the leadership of Mr. Tulendra Kumar Sagar Shah. U.Sala Patava, 02 std. Every day in the guidelines of the Department of the Archaeological Education Department. Scout guide Raya Ranger, to preserve the honorable heritage, cleanliness of the premises, the history of our culture and the history of the saga. Service is being done through the service. This service work was started on 16 September 2017, in which the full 1 year Scout-Gide Rover Ranger provided 2 hours service per day through SMT CL Lal Guider and Narottam Chakradari Schauer.


Collector's list of people in public problems Instructions for resolving the concerned officers

The villagers, local residents and delegation from all the development blocks of the Mahasamund district got information about their demands and grievances by meeting collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta in the Jan Darshan program. Various applications were received in the Darshan, in which various applications were received for providing financial assistance under various schemes, making ration cards, benefiting from the Prime Minister's housing scheme, removal of encroachment, possession of lease of land, leasing of land, demarcation of land.
The President and Members of Primary Agricultural Branch Co-operative Society, Khemada, in the district, submitted applications in connection with the opening of Paddy purchase centers in Village Mongarapali (Reva). He informed that the farmers of this area have to go to other cooperative societies, 12-15km for paddy sale. On this, the collector asked the concerned department officer to take necessary action. Similarly, Shri Ramnarayan Sinha of village Ghanchapali and Mr. Mashanand of village Rajpalpur, Mr. Bhuvan Sahu of village Bhurka and Mr. Mannu Lal Sahu gave application to get a house under the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme. Shri Krishna Chandrakar of Gram Tendulotha Art requested to get the financial assistance for his daughter's treatment. He told that his daughter's mental condition is not correct and her financial condition is not good for her proper treatment. On this, the collector gave the necessary instructions to the Chief Medical and Health Officer for their treatment. Apart from this, Mr. Vedram Nayak of village Sukhipali demanded mobile under the Communication Revolution Scheme (SKY). Mr. Khirod Pradhan of Jhargaranidih gave loan for the dairy farm, Mr. Kishor Kar of village Lumkeni removed encroachment on private land, Mr. Premlal Patel of Kisanpur gave compensation amount for falling house from heavy rain and women of Navagagruti Mahila Swashyahana group of Bagbahra The trader requested the pond to get a fish contract. District level senior officials were present on this occasion.


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.


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