Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today gave patient hearing to grievances of common people during Jandarshan programme, held at his residence. More than 2500 people, including 1533 people with individual applications and one thousand four people in 90 delegations with memorandums concerning various public issues, came from different parts of the state and conveyed their demands and problems to Chief Minister. Chief Minister instructed officials concerned to take action on the applications.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today gave away Laptop free-of-cost to a visually handicapped college student Mr. Tabiro Mogri at his weekly 'Jan-Darshan' programme at his official residence. The gift lightened the face of blind student with hope and confidence. The Laptop was gifted under the Chhattisgarh Youth Information Revolution Scheme. Dr. Raman Singh congratulated the student and wished him a bright future. Mr. Tabiro resides at Jal Vihar Colony (Telibandha). He belongs to a poor family. He is a student of B. A. Second Year in Mahant College. His father is a rickshaw-puller Mr.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has congratulated the residents of Kurud Vidhan Sabha for achieving the rare distinction of cent per cent registration of women under the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's Insurance Schemes. He added that the gift of cent per cent insurance to women in the Kurud Assembly constituency will inspire others also in the entire State and the country.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today chaired sixth meeting of Chhattisgarh Rural Employment Guarantee Council at Mantralaya. In the meeting, officials concerned were given instruction that labourers should be paid wages before their sweat dries. It was informed in the meeting that under MNREGA, total 1176 pond deepening works worth nearly Rs 69.71 crores have been done in state in current fiscal year 2015-16 and construction of 823 new ponds at the cost of Rs 54.59 crores has been approved. Including this, total 8995 works of water conservations are underway in state.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today presided over a Cabinet Meeting in which several important decisions were taken and it was decided to implement soon. Panchayat, Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar said that the number of zilla panchayats' members were increased from 18 to 27 and the size of the pachayats were reduced. Many zilla panchayats have 10 to 15 members. He was addressing medipersons after the crucial Cabinet meet. Secretary and Commissioner Public Relations Mr. Ganesh Shankar Mishra was also present.
Governor's Principal Secretary Mr. Sunil Kujur administered pledge to the officers-employees of the Raj Bhawan on the occasion of 'Sadhbhawana Diwas', Jayanti of former (Late) Prime Minister Mr. Rajiv Gandhi. The officers-employees took oath not to discriminate against anyone and work for the unity and integrity of the nation. The staff pledged to shun violence at any cost, solve issues through talks and Constitutional means. Joint Secretary to Governor Mr. Janmejai Mohebe and officers-employees were present.
More than 1500 people met Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today at 'Jandarshan' programme held at his residence office. This includes 744 people in delegations, who handed over memorandum to Chief Minister and conveyed public grievances and demans. Besides, 834 individuals also shared their problems with Dr Singh. On request of Panchayat Representatives and various delegations, Chief Minister approved 13 different construction works of total worth Rs 45 lakh and instructed departments concerned to take necessary actions in the context.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today met World Brahman Federation of Chhattisgarh and Sarv Yuva Brahman Federation delegation led by National President Mr. Ajay Tripathi at his official residence. The delegation requested the Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh to allot land and funds for the construction of hostel for poor boys of the general category in the capital. The members requested the Chief Minister to give encouragement to the study of Sanskrit language and rename the Government Engineering College as Martyr Lieutenant Arvind Shankar Dixit.
Chhattisgarh's Home, Jail and Public Health Engineering Minister Mr. Ramsevak Paikra inaugurated facebook page of Sarguja Police in Police Coordination Centre of Ambikapur. In his address to the programme, Mr. Paikra said that this facebook page will allow people to directly contact Sarguja Police. The page will also serve as platform for people of all sections of society to share their views and ideas with police. He said that this initiative is an effective step towards smart policing and Digital India.