Lok Suraj 2017 Concludes in Raipur Just After Abhanpur Camp

Chief Minister appreciates transparent RTI model in Raipur district, other districts also should emulate : Raipur should become Smart City-Smart Capital

Composite Building sanctioned at Collectorate, Dr. Raman Singh reviews development works in Raipur-Balodabazar-Batapara                                         

Raipur, 20 May 2017 - Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today reviewed the development works of Raipur and Balodabazar-Batapara at a joint meeting of the top district officials at the Collectorate premises on the ultimate day of Lok Suraj Mission -2017. He appreciated the 'Transparent R.T.I.' Model implemented regarding the Right To Education in the district and called upon the other district officials to emulate the model so that children belonging to the deprived sections of the society can take advantage of the facilities. Dr. Raman Singh revealed that thousands of ration cards had been allocated during the 'Lok Suraj' campaign and new names had also been added. He said that ration material should be distributed to the new beneficiaries from next month. Assembly Speaker Mr. Gawrishankar Agrawal, MP Mr. Ramesh Bais, Agriculture Minister Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal, Public Works Minister Mr. Rajesh Munat, MP Mrs. Kamla Devi Patle, Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand and Raipur district in-charge Secretary Mr. Ajay Singh were also present.

Supply kerosene till gas connection is provided

Dr. Raman Singh   called upon the officials to provide kerosene to the card holders till domestic gas connection is not provided under the Prime Minister 'Ujjwala' project. Chief Minister revealed that there are 11 lakh homeless families in the entire state as per survey out of which 6.23 lakh families had been sanctioned Prime Minister Houses. Dr. Raman Singh said survey should be conducted in the slums and houses should be allotted as per the population.

Every family should have Health Insurance Smart Card

Dr. Raman Singh while reviewing the National Health Insurance and Chief Minister Health Insurance Project said that Chhattisgarh State Government would be increasing the Health Insurance money to Rs 50 thousand from the month of July. Similarly, senior citizens would be given additional medical assistance of Rs 30 thousand under the National Health Insurance Scheme. Special camps will be conducted  from July to add the names of missing persons in the Smart Card list. Chief Minister instructed the officials to provide Caste Certificates to the students so that they do not suffer for any benefits.

Raipur should become Smart City-Smart Capital

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that Raipur is fast developing into a Smart City and Smart Capital. Steps should be taken to keep the capital clean and green. He instructed the officials to prepare an Integrated Action Plan to tackle drinking water supply system and to treat the drainage water in the capital. He sanctioned Composite Building at the Collectorate and a large Conference Hall.

Transparent RTI  added extra 50 per cent seats

Raipur Collector Mr.O.P.Chowdhary  revealed that Transparent R.T.I. had led to 50 per cent increase in private schools and 118 per cent increase in applications. Twenty-five per cent are reserved for children from the poor families in prestigious private schools. About 100 schools and 50 anganwadi are being developed as Smart Schools and Smart anganwadis with assistance of the Districts Mines' Fund. Pollution had been reduced due to the sustained efforts of the administration. Oxyzone is being created in the heart of the capital. Ten lakh 'Munaga' saplings are being distrbuted in the district. About 25 thousand 'peepal' saplings will be planted this year during the Afforestation Drive soon. Water harvesting systems are being developed in all offices and residential colonies to increase the water-table.                                                    

Make Baloda Bazar-Batapara district ODF by 2 October

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh called upon the officials to make Balodabazar Batapara district as Open Defecation Free (O.D.F.) by 2 October this year. Every hamlet- village should be electrified by December under the Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana. Dr. Raman Singh appreciated the developmental works under the MGNREGS in the district and distribution of ration cards. Public Works Department Secretary Mr. Subodh Singh, Public Relations Department Secretary Mr. Santosh Misra, Joint Secretary to Chief minister Mr. Rajat Kumar and senior officials of both the districts were also present.

Lok Suraaj : Chief Minister attends Public Grievance Redressal Camp of Abhanpur on concluding day : Nearly Rs 8.52 crore sanctioned for new construction works

Rs 6.50 sanctioned for Gaurav Path

On the concluding day of state-wide Lok Suraaj Abhiyan Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr Raman Singh  attended the redressal camp helt at Abhanpur block headquarters of Raipur district today. He announced sanction of Rs 8 crore 52 lakh for new construction works of Abhanpur block headquarters.

Chief Minister appealed people of Abhanpur to actively participate in Clean India Mission and expressed hope that the collective efforts will make this Nagar Panchayat open defecation free (ODF) by Independence Day (15 August. Dr Singh said- under-construction extensive drinking-water scheme worth nearly Rs 26 crore for Abhanpur city should be completed by December 2017. He directed the officials concerned to complete the construction work at war-footing. Dr Singh said that this scheme will meet the drinking water needs of Abhanpur city till year 2030. Chief Minister announced sanction of Rs 6 crore for construction of Gaurav Path, Rs 20 lakh for JCB machine procurement, Rs 50 lakh for construction of garden, and Rs 42 lakh for completing the construction work of bus stand. He also announced sanction of Rs 10 lakh each for construction of two muktidhams, Rs 12 lakh for post-mortem house, Rs eight lakh for boundary wall construction in community health centre, and Rs 40 lakh for construction of oxy-zone in ITI campus.

On the occasion, Dr Raman Singh inspected the police station of Abhanpurm and also took information about online FIR lodging facility. In the camp, Chairman of State Finance Commission Mr. Chandrashekhar Sahu, State Cooperative Bank (Apex Bank) Chairman Mr. Ashok Bajaj, MLA Mr. Dhanendra Sahu, Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand, and other senior public representatives were also present.