On Anti-Terrorism Day, Principal Secretary to Governor Mr. Sunil Kujur today administered oath to officials-employees of Rajbhavan Secretariat for keeping faith in tradition of non-violence and tolerance, fighting disruptive powers and opposing terrorism and violence in all forms, and maintaining peace social harmony among various sections of human society. Meanwhile, Officials and employees of Rajbhavan Secretariat were present.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Wednesday night said the children of working class/labour class also will get free education in State Government-run Engineering, Medical, Nursing, Law Colleges and other professional colleges. He was reviewing the functioning of the Labour Department at his official residence last night. Dr. Raman Singh said that those students who study in private colleges will get the amount equal to that of State Government colleges. The amount will be reimbursed by the State Government Labour Department.
In the Jandarshan programme organized at CM house today morning, nearly 1247 people met Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today. Today, 424 people of 53 delegations met Dr Singh. Besides, 823 applicants met Chief Minister personally and conveyed their grievances. Dr Raman Singh gave patient hearing to public grievances and instructed officials of departments concerned to take immediate action on the applications.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today made announcement of 42 development works, dedicated and performed 'Bhoomipujan' of projects worth Rs 174 crore for the border district of Balrampur-Ramanujganj. He participated in various programmes in the district headquarter Balrampur bordering States of Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand. He dedicated 22 development works worth Rs 86 crore 23 lakh and laid foundation stones and performed 'Bhoomipujan' of 20 works worth Rs 87 crore and 79 lakh.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today chaired cabinet meeting at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan), wherein the cabinet decided to fill vacancies in high schools, higher secondary schools and government hospitals through outsourcing. It was informed in the meeting that the posts of lecturers for subjects such as science, English and commerce in high schools and higher secondary schools of both these revenue divisions are vacant. Likewise, for health services also, there is shortage of staff nurses and lab technicians in hospitals.
Chief Minister Dr.Raman Singh today made a surprise visit to Gram Panchayat head-quarter Parna (Gunderdehi Development Block) in Balod district as a part of 'Lok Suraj' campaign. He held a 'Choupal' and talked to the residents directly on all the problems relating to the surrounding areas. He asked children to come closer and recite 'Pahada' (Mathematical multiplication). The children read out 12 and 13 and 14 'Pahadas'. Dr. Raman Singh was much impressed by the mathematical knowledge of school children.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today met British Deputy High Commissioner to India (Kolkata) Mr. Scott Fursidon Wood at his official residence. Mr. Wood revealed to Dr. Raman Singh that many British companies are keen on investing in a peaceful and rapidly developing Chhattisgarh.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh was today felicitated by Rajput-Kshatriya Samaj Raipur unit on the occasion of Maharana Pratap Jayanti at his official residence. The delegation members tied 'Safa' and presented a sword to Dr. Raman Singh. Former Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik was also present. The delegation led by Mr. Sanju Narayan Singh Thakur included Mr. Sonu Singh Rajput, Mr. Mahesh Rajput, Mr. Amit Rajput, Mr. Ramayan Rajput, Mr. Ramesh Singh Thakur, Mr. Khemsingh Thakur, Mr. Vaibhav Thakur, Mr. Suraj Thakur, Mr. Nitin Singh, Mr. Ashish Singh, Mr. Rahul Thakur and Mr.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has expressed grief on sad demise of Mr. Ramadhar Bishi, a resident of village Bhatia (Tehsil Deobhog) in Gariaband district, in the accident that took place when under-construction dome in Naya Raipur fell off due to high speed winds. Chief Minister has empathized with the grieve-stricken family of late Mr. Bishi and has announced financial aid of Rs three lakh for them, which includes contribution of Rs one lakh from Mukhyamantri Swechchhaanudan fund.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today was gifted an artistic album on the visit of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's visit to Chhattisgarh by Secretary and Commissioner Public Relations Mr.Ganeshshankar Mishra. He was also given three photo-frames at his official residence. The photos include Governor Mr. Balramji Das Tandon and Chief Minister Dr.Raman Singh welcoming Mr.Modi at Jagdalpur Airport.