Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Tuesday afternoon reached famous pilgrimage centre Ratanpur as a part of 'Lok Suraj' campaign. He performed 'Pooja-Archana' at the famous Mahamaya Temple. Dr. Raman Singh made a surprise visit to Community Health Centre and asked the patients about the availability of medicines there. Chief Minister asked queries regarding the Generic medicines with the doctors and patients.
Public Works Department Mr. Rajesh Munat has instructed officials concerned to develop Neher Road in Raipur, connecting MMI Hospital to Anand Nagar, as model road. He said that no permission should be given to put up hoardings on this road. Minister Munat was addressing the inter-departmental coordination committee meeting at conference hall of new circuit house, when he gave instructions in the context.
Chhattisgarh Assembly Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal attended the oath taking ceremony of newly elected members of Balodabazaar District Bar Association. The function which was held at the campus of Balodabazaar District and Sessions Judge Praveen Kumar Pradhan. On the occasion, the Speaker announced a grand of Rs 21 lakh from his discretion fund for facilities which can be extended to both the advocates, their clients as well as for common people who come to the court for seeking justice.
Under the ongoing Lok Suraaj Abhiyaan, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh distributed laptops to engineering students in the district. The Chief Minister gave away 51 laptops to students of different engineering students and inaugurated the laptop distribution in the district. About 6493 engineering students were facilitated on the occasion organised at Pt. Ravishankar Stadium on Sunday.
Urban Administration Minister Mr. Amar Agrawal said that in last 11 years, Raigarh city has undergone major facelift in terms of development. Raigarh is today one of the fastest developing city of the state. He said that not only Raigarh city, rather entire Raigarh district is undergoing fast paced development. In days to come, Raigarh will become most beautiful and developed city of Chhattisgarh. Mr. Agrawal was addressing a programme, organized yesterday in Municipal Corporation premise of Raigarh District Headquarters, under Lok Suraaj Abhiyan.
President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee today gave a clarion call to the youth to become partners in the nation's progress and make it a better place to live. He said modern technology should be used to spread education in the far-flung and among deprived sections of the society. There are several methods like Online education, E-Class which can be used to spread literacy in remote regions. Educational institutions and industries should work in close co-ordination. Youth should enhance their knowledge.
Culture and Tourism Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar today met national and international players of Chhattisgarh Masters' Athletics Association at his official residence. He distributed 103 track suits to women and male athletes of the Association. The track suits were sponsored by Mr. Nandkishore Khandelwal. Secretary Mr. Tajuddin said that Chhattisgarh athletes will take part in the 36th National Masters' Athletics Competition at Goa from 25 to 29 April to be held under the auspices of Masters' Athletics Federation of India. Mr. Chandrakar wished the athletes a bright future.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today directed the Inspector General of Police Raipur Range to conduct a thorough investigation and see that the money invested in the chit fund company Micro-Finance Company Limited is returned to the genuine depositors. Dr. Raman Singh was speaking at the weekly 'Jan-Darshan' programme at his official residence. Long queues were seen at the programme.
Agriculture Minister Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal on Tuesday launched the 'Lok Suraj' campaign at village Lakhouli of Arang Development Block in Raipur district. He announced a series of development works in the block. He promised laying of a road to the village connecting the National Highway 53 and installation of transformer within 15 days. He dedicated a veterinary hospital to the village and performed 'Bhoomipujan' (ground-breaking ceremony) for a community hall and C.C.Road.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that the State Government will provide quality education to the school children of Bastar and Sarguja by recruiting Maths, Science and English teachers from Chhattisgarh and outside state also. The teachers will be recruited for one year on a fixed honorarium. He was speaking at the Police Line Helipad here after his return from the first day 'Lok Suraj' campaign at the Naxalites'-dominated Narayanpur and Bijapur.