Asserting that positive changes are being seen in the lifestyle of villagers due to the proper implementation of welfare schemes launched by both Central and State Governments, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said, bringing prosperity and happiness among the villagers, farmers and poor is topmost priority of State Government. Chief Minister observed these views while dedicating and laying foundation stones of 37 development works worth Rs 64 crore in village Jamgaon under Patan tehsil in Durg district.
A delegation of Kolta community led by Parliamentary Secretary Rupkumari Chaudhari paid a courtesy visit to Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh at his official residence and invited him to participate in the historic Ramchandi Mahotsava being held at Garhfuljhar village on October 26. She informed that the festival is organized every year on the occasion of Ashwin Shukla Chaturdashi at the temple of Raneshwar Ramchandi Devi. The Chief Minister expressed his heartiest gratitude to the delegation for inviting him and extended his best wishes for the success of the festival.
Governor Balramji Das Tandon recalled the efforts of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi in Independence movement and also acknowledged the leadership of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. The Governor was inaugurating the 28th Akhil Bhartiya Rajbhasha Sammelan as Chief Guest.
The programme had been organised by Rastiya Hindi Academy, Rupambra to mark the 146th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Recalling the belief of Mahatma Gandhi that no country can be truly independent without speaking in own's languge, Governor Tandon cited it to be Gandhi's affinity towards Hindi.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, on Friday, flagged off a mobile model of Rain Water Harvesting which would create awareness on this critical issue across the State.
The mobile model would visit urban and rural stretches of chhattisgarh. The model has been prepared by a Bengaluru- based company and enables collection of water accumulated on rooftops and recharges the bore-wells. The-cost of installing this system in home is to the tune of nearly Rs 20000. CM praised the mass awareness campaign and wished success for the endeavor.
Mahatma Gandhi will be remembered for his contribution to the freedom stuggle, unity and integrity of the country and above all for propagating non-violence as a medium to achieve great things, stated Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh while participating at the Sarva Dharma Sabha held at indoor stadium to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri.
Recognizing Chhattisgarh’s contribution as a significant contributor in the fast developing economy of the country, renowned newspaper LiveMint has awarded Chhattisgarh for its exemplary work in the field of finance. Chhattisgarh has been awarded under the ‘Evolving Economy’ category. Chhattisgarh Panchayat, Rural development and Health Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar received this award at hands of Chief Editor, LiveMi nt, R Sukumar at a function organized in New Delhi.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today ordered the closure of liquor shops located at villages Temri and Banarsi on the demand of more than 60 per cent women of Mana Camp from the next fiscal 2016-17. The wine shops will be ordered to down their shutters from 1 April. Dr. Raman Singh gave this order at the weekly 'Jan-Darshan' programme at his official residence. He instructed the District Collector to close the liquor shops on a priority basis. Chief Minister met several delegations and individuals from various parts of State.
Series of Gram Sabhas to be held in all 10,971 Gram Panchayats of Chhattisgarh will commence on October 2 i.e. on birth anniversary of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi. Gram sabha will be organized in each village of every gram panchayat. State Government's Panchayat and Rural Development Department has issued circular and order in the context from Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan) to all 27 District Collectors of state. Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh and Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today met Liver Transplant Surgeon Professor Tom Cherian at his official residence. The top Surgeon had a detailed discussion with Dr. Raman Singh regarding the possibilities of Liver transplant in Chhattisgarh. Ramakrishna Care Hopital's Dr. Sandeep Dave was also present at the meeting. Professor Cherian is Chief of the Liver Transplant Department of Care Hospital Group and Professor of the Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences Hyderabad.
On account of birth anniversary of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi, 'Swachhta Aastha Diwas' will be celebrated in all the villages of Chhattisgarh with special gram sabhas to be organized on October 2. In these Gram Sabhas, Sarpanchs will read out 'Swachhta Sandesh' of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh. Moreover, October 11 i.e. Lok Nayak Jaiprakash Narayan's birth anniversary will be observed as 'Swachhta Kranti Diwas' and birth anniversary of Iron Man Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel's birth anniversary will be celebrated as 'Shakti Diwas'.