Chief Minister inaugurates 122 construction works of 386 crore in Lorami today - Bhumi Pujan


Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today handed over 122 development works worth Rs 386 crores in Lok Sabha in Lorami of Mungeli district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Out of these, he inaugurated the work of 58 projects of 216 crore 33 lakh rupees and 64 construction works of 169 crore 86 lakh rupees. On the occasion, the Chief Minister distributed material and assistance amounting to Rs. 2 crore 85 lakh to more than eight hundred villagers on this occasion.
Of the completed works, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Mungeli-Lorami-Pundariya Upgradation and Widening work at a cost of 95 crore 94 lakh rupees, 132/133 KV in Jhabh Kabratola at a cost of 34 crores. Power line from sub station and Tammari to Lorami, at the cost of Rs 8.88 million, in newly built Lorami
Under the 50-bed Maternal & Infant Hospital, Chief Minister's Road, the cost of Rs. From the 3 canal Mohadanda drain to Natapar, at the cost of Rs. 32.11 crore, the newly constructed Bhalukhondra to Navagon Degral from Rahu to Bhadmar.
Among the newly sanctioned works, the Chief Minister inaugurated and inaugurated the Lorami-Panjania-Masana-Masani-Jairgaon road upgradation and widening works, costing Rs 93 crores 53 lakhs, Command Area Development and Water Management Work under the Prime Minister's Agricultural Irrigation Scheme Fast Track
Construction of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Construction Work, from Chhaparwa to Ziriya, at a cost of Rs.19 million 10 lakh, Eklavya Residential School in Lorami, built at a cost of Rs. 16 crores, consolidated Kanrasara Anikat on the Maniyari River, built at a cost of Rs. Are there.
In the General Assembly, the Chief Minister has given two hundred workers a bicycle in different schemes, assistance for girls marriage to ten laborers, e-rickshaw for ten workers, tool kit to half a hundred workers, scholarship to 50 students, stitching to 30 women workers Machine, five families to get housing clearance letter in the Prime Minister's housing scheme, five laborers of MNREGA under Tiffin box, solar community irrigation scheme The distribution of the cost of solar pumping of 79 million rupees.
Apart from this, they distributed 50 lakhs of rupees for the mosquito nets, umbrellas, radio, ten tendupta collectors, and a bonus of Rs 2 lakh to Chakra Paduka, 17 farmers to Shakambri pumps, 30 farmers for sprayer pumps and Soil Health Cards, 80 Potters , 05 women under the LPG connection, five single-light connection stripes under the intrinsic electricity bill scheme, three beneficiaries under 23 lakhs Rs distributed dress kits to 30 beneficiaries under the four-wheel, skills development plan.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singhgave Jashpur District work to about 92 crores

During the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated 199 construction works and Bhumi Pujan in the General Assembly held at Pathholgaon, a divisional headquarters of Jashpur district, about 199 crore 91 lakh rupees. Out of this, Dr. Singh inaugurated 61 works worth Rs. 15.77 crore and made Bhumi Pujan of 138 different works of Rs. 76 crore. Apart from this, the Chief Minister distributed checks and assistance amount of Rs 20 lakh to 14 thousand 143 beneficiaries under various schemes.

The work that the Chief Minister inaugurated in the General Assembly, a high level bridge built on the river Eb, costing about Rs. 5 crore, a high level bridge on Mani river at a cost of about three and a half million rupees, on the Lava river at a cost of 2 crore 65 lakhs. Built-in high level bridges, the cost of Rs 65 lakhs includes chilli processing unit installed in Loro of village Sana.
Among the works undertaken by Dr. Singh in the assembly, 47.77 lakh rupees was spent at the cost of Rs. 47.77 crore, Rani Ghat-Garden Marg widening and strengthening work, Rs. 18 crores 49 lacs to Kailash cave road construction from Gaibuda, The 100 seater pre-matric tribal girl hostel built at a cost of Rs.17.77 million, 7 market sheds of Rs.14 million and costing Rs.17 million. 49 cement concrete roads are included.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh distributed 3200 beneficiaries in the general assembly under the Sky Scheme, the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme to the 5000 beneficiaries, the gas connection, the cycle, tools and other materials to 34 beneficiaries. Dr. Singh distributed checks of Rs. 18 lakhs for various schemes under various schemes like Tiffin and 135 beneficiaries to 5774 beneficiaries under MNREGA Tiffin scheme.


The poor will not have to sell the land & house for treatment now: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that poor families will not have to sell their land and home for treatment now. The 'Ayushman Bharat Yojana' scheme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will help the poor families to get Rs 5 lakhs for the treatment of serious diseases. In the plan, treatment of serious diseases like liver, heart, cancer, brain tumor will be treated. No help will be needed to help the poor families in front of anyone.

Dr. Singh was addressing the massive General Body Meeting held during the Atal Vikas Yatra in Pathholgaon, Tehsil headquarters in Jashpur district today. In the General Assembly, the Chief Minister inaugurated 199 works of 199 crores, Bhumi Pujan and Shilanyas. He also distribute various materials, checks, amount etc. to the 15 thousand beneficiaries under various public welfare schemes of the state government.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said in the General Assembly that in the development case, Jashpur district has created a new identity across the country including Chhattisgarh. Taking the training from skill upgradation scheme, the youth here are not only getting jobs in other states like Mumbai and Delhi, but in the last two years, the children of Jashpur have also got good results in the board exams.
He said that there will be more than 5 times development work in this zone in the coming time. The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh is the highest paying state of paddy in the country. Paddy will be purchased at a support price from November 1. This year, along with the purchase of the paddy, the bonus amount will also be paid simultaneously. He said that by adding three hundred rupees bonus and 200 rupees increased support price, the farmers will be paid Kamran Paddy @ 2050 rupees per quintal and taped paddy @ 2070 quintals this year.
The Chief Minister said that he said that the State Government has given the option of 12 lakh families with Single Light Connection to the rate of agreement on flat rate, to give these families 100 rupees per month on consumption of more than 30 units. He said that under the Communication Revolution Scheme for empowerment of women, about 40 lakh women are being provided free smart phones. During the development tour, bonus amount of about 750 crores is being distributed to the Tendupta collectors.
He said that under the Pradhanmantri Awas Yojana scheme, by 2022, there is a goal of providing housing to all the residents. Parliamentary Secretary Shri Shivshankar Pankara also addressed the General Sabha.
On this occasion, Rajya Sabha member Mr. Ranvijay Pratap Singh Judeo, Mr. Krishan Kumar Rai, Chairman of Khadi Village Industries Board, Mr. Bharat Sai, Chairman, Small Vanopage Board, Mr. Vinayak Sen, Kunukuri MLA Mr. Rohit Sai, along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.


Creating a modern, smart and developed Chhattisgarh aims at all of us: Dr. Raman Singh

Release of Power Sub-Center: Solving the Problem of Low Voltage Problems of 213 Villages

Decision to withdraw more than 20,000 minor forest crimes cases
Opening of 15 works of approximately 455 crores

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that making Chhattisgarh a smart, modern and developed state till 2025 is the aim of all of us. For the Silver Jubilee year, the gross domestic product of Chhattisgarh will double, the income of the farmers will be doubled. Every village will link to the road. There will be better system of education and health. The big cities will be connected to the air connectivity. Dr. Singh was addressing a huge public meeting at Sitapur, Tehsil headquarters of Sarguja district today during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. He congratulated and greeted the Karma festival celebrated in the region today by the Sarguvans.

    On the occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated and inaugurated 15 works worth Rs 455 crore 53 lakh. Dr. Singh made 132/33 KV built at village Karabel-Batauli at a cost of Rs 13.22 crore. Launched the power station of power. With the commencement of this center the problem of low voltage problem of 213 villages in the area will be solved. Dr. Singh said that the state government is working on making plans for the betterment of the society. In the past 15 years, there has been a better change in the lives of the poor, the farmers and the laborers. The Chief Minister said that now farmers do not have to wander for fertilizer and seeds. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has arranged neem coated urea to make urea easy to the farmers. This has helped prevent urea black marketing. Dr. Singh said that with the facility of flat rate for irrigation pumps upto five Horse Power, the State Government has given an option of 12 lakh families with Single Light Connection on the flat rate, more than 30 units of electricity On consumption, these families have to pay 100 rupees per month.

    He said that keeping in view the problems of the forest dwellers, the state government has decided to withdraw 20,000 more than 20,000 cases of fictitious forest crimes. He said that seeing the presence and enthusiasm of villagers in Sitapur, it seems that you want to join the state government's plans. To realize the dream of development of this region, I have come among you for the development journey. He said that there is no need to apply for development works. The state government is making plans by worrying one thing. The Chief Minister said that former Prime Minister Late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee made Chhattisgarh state. In the last 18 years, the credit goes to the development works done in the state. That is why the second phase of Vikas Yatra has been named the Atal Vikas Yatra. Through Vikas Yatra, I have come to give information about the development of Chhattisgarh to the general public. Dr. Singh said that under the Prime Minister Ujjwala Scheme, 36 lakh women belonging to poor families are being given LPG connection and stove. The benefit of this scheme will now be available to all the families of Scheduled Tribes and scheduled castes. On this occasion, many public representatives including Home Minister Ramsevak Pakra, Lok Sabha MP Shri Kamal Bhan Singh, Rajya Sabha MP Ramvichar Netam, District Panchayat President Mrs. Phaleshwari Singh, former MLA Professor Gopalram were present on the occasion.

Gram Sabha will organize panchayats from October 02 Collector gave the CEO To the prescript

Bemetara September 20, 2018 - A Village Sabha will be organized in Panchayats on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, in the Bemetra district. In this regard, the Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware has appointed all the District CEOs. In order to organize the Gram Sabha, issuing circular has been directed at the local level.

According to the circular issued by the collector on the directions of the state government, it has been said that according to the prescribed schedule, the forthcoming Gram Sabha meeting will begin from October 2, 2018 in every village. For the meeting of Gram Sabha held from 2nd October, a timetable should be prepared for organizing Gram Sabhas in each village panchayat and their dependent villages in the district panchayat, so that at one date a village gram sabha can be held in one gram panchayat.

With this type of arrangement, the Sarpanch and the Secretary will be able to be easily available in the Gram Sabha meeting. Special responsibility should be given to the officers and employees according to the local requirement for organizing the Gram Sabha.

The following points should be considered especially in the Gram Sabhas - Detailed information should be given about the construction of Gram Panchayat Vikas Yojana (Hummer Gav Harmar Yojana) and action should be taken in relation to construction of work plan according to the guidelines.

To encourage rural cleanliness programs under various programs, review the progress of the two facilities / constructions in the houses / constructions. Ensure the quality and utilization of the two offices built under Clean India Mission. Two open-ended villages in the open should also be reviewed; To achieve 100% toilets in Gram Panchayat, number of total families, toilets, number of toilets, number of families, all members of families The toilet is being used by? Discuss all steps taken by the members of the family on all occasions and on the steps taken on the steps taken to discourage the use of the two operators and those who are not using the 2Gour offices or setting up of monitoring committee for toilets.

The person / organization / organization doing outstanding work in the field of cleanliness and work should be honored by organizing the function on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on 02th of October. After conducting cleanliness program of all the check-chaas and established idols of villages, on October 02, as a cleanliness day in Chhattisgarh, all organized.

Gandhi Gurdwara will be set up in Gram Panchayats having population of more than 5000 thousand in Chhattisgarh. After marking the land for garden establishment, the work of excavation of trees, plantation, filling etc. will be done from Mentre item.

Resolution regarding the principles and principles of Mahatma Gandhi ji, and in every Gram Panchayat Bhavan, the writing of the works of Gandhiji's works should be done. Discussion regarding concrete / liquid waste management in the Gram Panchayat area; Promoting Gandhian thought philosophy through Gram Sabha.

Proposals for issuing audit certificate for the expenditure of the accounts of the expenditure, approval of approved works, administrative approval, cost of work, approval of expenditure incurred on expenditure and expenditure incurred by various schemes under 2018-19, 2018-19. . The fair / market / the establishment of Kanji House and the review of the expenditure incurred, before the Panchayat / present office bearers and officials / employees from which the accounts of panchayats should be accounted for or accounted for arrears should be read in the Gram Sabha.

It has been stated in the circular issued that under the 14th Finance Commission, the following rules / instructions should be read in the gram panchayats for obtaining the performance of grants - taxes should be fully charged by the panchayat. (List of accused tax should be read and read) and details of action taken in the proceedings of the alleged taxes should be sent to this office through the Janpad Panchayat.

Recovery collected against the tax charged by the panchayat, should be read out in the list of names of those who deposit the amount against the accused taxation.

Details of the amount collected and the amount collected and the balance and the information of the person through Janpad Panchayat.

To be sent to this office. Increase in revenue of self compared to last year (Statement of revenues up to last year and September 2018); Audited accounts of the Gram Panchayat two years ago and yearly assessment of taxation and recovery of taxes, Mahatma Gandhi employment guarantee Based on the demand for employment by the rural families in the village panchayats of the district under the scheme, keeping in mind the situation of the year, provide work. Approval of Ane's action plan and should review the conditions of employment provided.

Keeping in view the possibility of adversity of monsoon in the state in kharif 2018, weather based crop insurance scheme has been implemented to reimburse farmers for their crop loss. Crop insurance scheme should be discussed in the gram sabha to get maximum benefit from the farmers. This scheme is mandatory for the debtor farmers.

The farmers also get rid of the benefits of this scheme. Social audit of beneficiaries and beneficiaries of beneficiaries under the Social Assistance Program should be verified. Regarding making the books of Swami Atmanand Library read out to the villagers

Creating a modern, smart and developed Chhattisgarh aims at all of us: Dr. Raman Singh

During the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated and distributed 15 different development works worth Rs 455.53 crore in the General Assembly held in Sitapur in Sarguja district. Including land works of 8 works to be built at a cost of Rs 383 crores 62 lacs and the release of seven works built at a cost of Rs 71 crores 91 lacs. Apart from this, Dr. Singh launched a symbolic offer of 80 crore rupees and distribution of subsidy to 81 thousand 88 villagers in beneficiary schemes.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the completed works of the Chief Minister at a cost of Rs 18 crores, on the left bank canal of Langu diversion at the cost of Rs 17 crores 74 lacs of Udumkela marginal minor irrigation scheme, Karabel at a cost of Rs 13.22 crore. Batuli 132/33 KV Power Station, Rs. 11 crores 63 lacs of small scale irrigation scheme at a cost of Rs. Irrigation plan includes.
The work done by the Chief Minister was done at the cost of Rs 374 crore Government Medical College building, Barney river Kusu bridge at a cost of Rs. 2 crores 79 lakhs, Sarguja University in Ambikapur at a cost of Rs. 11 crores, guest house, Road connecting Atal Chowk to Fellpur in Losaga at a cost of Rs 37.37 million, Mukundpur road road construction from Hariharpur bridge of Rs.1.17 crore Le
The Chief Minister has given a symbolic distribution of the check of material and assistance in different beneficial schemes in the General Assembly. Under the Communication Revolution scheme, one lakh 2 thousand 924 people distributed smart phones, 35 thousand 230 Tendupta collectors, bonus amount of 16 crores eight rupees, 34 thousand 803 Tendupta collectors, 98 lakh rupees of Paduka. Apart from this, 11 lakh 441 rural households have been given the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme, Housing Accreditation letter, six hundred women in the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, LPG in the different schemes of the Labor Department, 116 workers in the majestic tool kit, 27 thousand 62 beneficiaries, Tiffin box and In the Chief Minister Pension Scheme, 7 thousand 420 beneficiaries are included in the amount of 25 lakh 96 thousand rupees.
On this occasion, the Home Minister Shri Ramsewak Pakra, Lok Sabha Parliament, Mr. Kamal Bhan Singh Marwi along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.


Chief Minister inaugurates Surajpur Joint District Office Building

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated the newly formed District Office at District Surakpur, Surajpur with a cost of approximately 17.77 million. A total of 83 rooms in the ground floor of the newly constructed Joint District Office, 22 rooms in the first floor and two meeting halls have been built. Record Room, Nazrul Branch, Election Branch, Superintendent of Police, District Public Relations Office, District Planning Statistical, District Treasury, Agriculture Department, Garden Department, Women and Child Development Department, District Excise Department, Mineral Dept., District Industries Other District Offices, including the Department, Nijul Branch, will operate

By having all the major offices in one place, the common citizens will be comfortable in government work. On this occasion, the Home Minister Shri Ramsevak Pakra, Labor Minister Shri Bhaiya Lal Rajwada, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Kamal Bhan Singh, Former Minister Smt. Renuka Singh and Shri K.C. Deosenaapati was present.


CM inaugurates 61 development works of 258 crores in Pratappur - Bhumi Pujan

While addressing the mammoth Amber Sabha in Pratappur, headquarter of development block of Surajpur district, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that constant efforts are being made by the State Government for the all-round development of the state. As a result, there is a positive change in the life of every class. He said that after the formation of Surajpur district there is unprecedented progress in every region of the region. On the path of development, Surajpur district is now blazing like sun.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh inaugurated the various development works of the cost amount of Rs. 258 crores 47 lacs in the public meeting held in Pratappur today. Among them, the release of 44 works of Rs.97 crore 66 lakh and the cost of Rs. 160 crore 81 lakhs includes Bhumi Pushjan and Shilanyas of 17 works.
On this occasion, he also distributed checks and assistance amount of Rs 79 crores 66 lakhs under the benevolent funding schemes to the villagers. Chief Minister Dr. Singh announced a grant of Rs 20 lakh for construction of community shed in Shiva temple Pratappur and Rs 20 lakh for construction of community building at Baba Bacharaj Kunwar temple under Gram Panchayat Manpur.
Likewise, the government college announced a grant of Rs 15 lakh for the construction of the Ahata in the playground of Pratappur. In addition, he also convinced the construction of bypass road in Pratappur.
While addressing the huge mass group in the General Assembly, Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that the government is reaching the doorways of the people through the Atal Vikas Yatra with the aim of constructing the new Chhattisgarh-2025. This journey is a journey of development and trust. This journey is getting unprecedented affection for the people of the village and the place. During this time, many development works are also being given for the expansion of the area's progress and public facilities.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that in this episode, every possible initiative is being taken for the development of the newly formed Surajpur district by the government. Here the mother Mahamaya Cooperative Sugar Factory is operated in Kerta. During today's development tour, Pilkhsa Kshirsa Milk Processing unit, Silphili has also been launched in the district. These big projects will prove to be important for the prosperity and prosperity of the farmers of the district and the region.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that in order to facilitate the development of farmers in Surajpur district and to provide irrigation facility to them, there has been a lot of priority for the construction of scrapers. Here, the maximum number of 4,799 scavengers will be constructed in the state. The area of ​​sugarcane production is increasing day by day in Surajpur district. In the last year, sugarcane crop was produced in half a thousand hectares, which has increased to eight and eight thousand hectares this year.
In this way, farmers have been benefitting from the other crop production besides paddy crop. Chief Minister said that during today's development tour, the excavation of four power sub centers in Surajpur district worth about Rs. 07 crores has been released in Chandra, Girwarganj and Mahgawan. This will benefit 162 villages of the region and people there will not have any electricity problem.
He also mentioned the newly constructed Joint District Office Building in Surajpur, the New District Hospital and the Girl Hostel hostel and the Laillyhud College Bhawan in Government College and it is very important to bring more speed in the development of the newly formed Surajpur district.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that the paddy procurement will be procured from the farmers on the price of support from November 1 this year in the state. According to the varieties of rice with a bonus amount of Rs 300 per quintal to the farmers, the amount of two thousand 50 rupees and two thousand 70 rupees will be deposited in the account. Similarly, Tengupta bonus of 750 crores will also be distributed to Tendupta collectors in the state within a month. He said that 12 lakh single-light connection holders in the state now have to pay 100 rupees per month on the flat rate after consuming more than 40 units. The program was also addressed by the Home, Prison and Public Health Minister of Science, Mr. Ramseweka Pankara and MP Mr. Kamalbhan Singh Marabi.
On this occasion, Mr. Taman Singh Sonvani, Commissioner of Police, Shri Himanshu Gupta, Commissioner of Police, Mr. K.C., Commissioner of the Area, Mr. Prasad Nidhi and Commissioner of Sarguja area, along with Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwade, Minister in-charge of Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare and Surajpur District. DevSenaapati, Superintendent of Police, Shri G.S. Mr. Jaiswal, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and a large number of villagers were present.


ASP Neeraj Chandra Kadam, PHQ Attach on Lathi Charge Case on Congressmen

Action taken by the government in Lathicharge case on Congress workers in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh. Bilaspur Neeraj Chandrakar has been removed. Neeraj Chandra has been attached to Bilaspur Police Head Quarter Raipur. Dr Raman Singh, who arrived at Surajpur under the Atal Vikas Yatra, informed about the action during the discussion with the media.

Dr Raman Singh told the Surajpur CM that Additional SP Neeraj Chandrakar has been attached the PHQ to the magistrate's inquiry. On Wednesday, CM Dr. Raman Singh had announced a magisterial inquiry into the matter in the media in Korea. However, Congress state president Bhupesh Baghel was demanding a judicial inquiry into the case. There was a political spate in the state over the incident. In the protest against the incident of Tuesday's lathi charge, Congress performed in the entire state and blew the effigy. With this, State President Bhupesh Baghel said in the manner of the warning that if the culprits of the case did not take action within 24 hours, they would be strongly welcomed during the visit of the Prime Minister to Chhattisgarh on September 22.

It is noteworthy that the Congressmen threw garbage at the residence of minister Amar Agarwal in Bilaspur on Tuesday. From this, the Bokhalai police lathicharged the Congressmen. So much so that the protesters were beaten up by entering the Congress office. After this incident, Congress has opened a front against the government after the incident.

Chief Minister spent Rs 4 crore in Parri village of Surajpur district :Laivalihud College Launched

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated the Livelihoodhud College at village Parri in Surajpur district at a cost of around 4 crore rupees. The Chief Minister observed various faculties in the college and talked to the youth taking the training.

The Chief Minister told the youth that in 2012 Livalihud College was started from Dantewada. Then we had the goal of reaching it in all the districts of the state. Today, it is being delighted to inform that according to the target, livelihoods have been opened in all the districts of the state. He said that whenever I meet the children of LivialHud College, I feel happy because these children are moving forward in the path of self reliance with the help of their skills.
Dr. Singh said that there is some skill in every person, it is necessary to refine him. We have established LivialHud colleges to refine such skills. He said that with the establishment of Livialhud College, the state government has also given the youth the legal right to upgrade skills.
The Chief Minister also handed over the appointment letter to the two youth who were training in the college on behalf of a private company. Mr. Maheshwar Kumar Patil of Village Karakoti Bhayyathan got a job in Pune's Palash Technology and Kumari Rimi Singh of Ramanujanagar got a job in BSF Plastics Company of Pune. The Chief Minister gave them appointment letters. The Chief Minister also spoke to Prince Kumar of Kepapara Vitthalpur and Mr. Harvansh Pacra of Sitapur. Both of these are training for motor mechanics.
He told the Chief Minister that after completing the training, he would open his own garage in his village. The Chief Minister bestowed the college trainees best wishes for the bright future. On this occasion, Home Minister Shri Ramsevak Pakra, Labor Minister Shri Bhaiya Lal Rajwada, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Kamal Bhan Singh and former Minister Smt. Renuka Singh were also present.


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