Huge crowds throng Chief Minister's 'Jan Darshan' : Leempani to become revenue village after 70 years
Charoda-Dadar poor families to be rehabilitated, Five kidney patients to get free treatment
Raipur, 15 June 2017 - Huge crowds thronged to the venue of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh's 'Jan-Darshan' today at his official residence. The Darshan was held after a long gap of probably three months. Large number of citizens and delegations met Chief Minister to redress their complaints. Dr. Raman Singh met almost all the citizens heard them patiently and directed the complaints to the related departments for redressal as early as possible.
A delegation of villagers from Leempani development block Paali district Korba submitted a memorandum to Dr. Raman Singh stating that they are residing in the forest village for the past 70 years but were unable to avail the State Government social welfare benefits benefits as it is designated as forest village. Chief Minister instructed the Korba District Collector to convert the forest village Leempani into Revenue Village as early as possible.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh met a delegation of slum-dwellers from Charoda-Dadar locality Bhilai-Charoda Municipal Corporation limits. The members said they are residing in the slums for the past 15 years in hutments. The municipal authorities are evicting them in the monsoon season. Dr. Raman Singh listened to their grievance patiently and instructed the Durg District Collector to rehabilitate them as early as possible.
A delegation came from village panchayat Batra development block Paali district Korba and complained against the sarpanch and secretary regarding financial embezzlement. Dr. Raman Singh instructed the District Collector to conduct an inquiry. Chhattisgarh Film Development Struggle Samiti delegation met Chief Minister and requested him to exempt Chhattisgarhi films from GST. Dr. Raman Singh ordered the Finance Department Principal Secretary to look into the matter. Large number of citizens attended the 'Jan-Darshan' and submitted their personal complaints and most of them were related to medical assistance. Mr. Rajesh Kumar of Beergaon, Mrs. Preeti Doniyal from Raigarh, Mr. Motin Bhai Deshmukh from Durg, Mr. Kalaram Yadav from Simga and Mr. Chandramouli from Bilaspur have been sanctioned financial assistance from Sanjeevni Fund for the treatment of kidney ailments.