IN A major success for Chhattisgarh police, top three ultras carrying a reward of Rs 1 Lakh on their heads police in insurgency-hit Kondagaon district.
The Green India Mission will be implemented in Chhattisgarh also. The Central Government has given a green signal to the Mission. Eleven forest mandals were chosen in the first year.Eighty forest management committees and villages will be linked to the Green India Mission. The forest mandals are Kawardha, Bilaspur,Marwahi, Katgora, Bastar, Kanker, South Kondagaon, Raipur, North Sarguja and South Sarguja.
Today, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh will redress grievances of public through E-Jandarshan. For last 10 years, Dr. Singh has been interacting with common people to redress their issues in his weekly Jandarshan programme held on every Thursday. But on Thursday October 30, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will interact with people through E-Jandarshan. For this, nearly 50 applicants from eight districts have been selected.
Union Agriculture Minister Mr Radhamohan Singh today announced the construction of a conference hall at a cost of Rs 3 crore on the premises of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University here. The hall will be in the name of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya. He was speaking at the two-day seventh regional meet of the Indian Agricultural Research Council. On the instructions of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, he also announced the construction of a kisaan hostel in the name of Late Dr Khubchand Baghel in the capital.
The counter-insurgency operation of police on Tuesday got shot In the arm when 20 Maoists, most of them carrying rewards on their head, surrendered at separate places of Bastar region. With this, the total number of rebels laying down arms has reached to nearly 280 this year in the state.
Twelve Naxals, including three women, surrendered before senior police and BSF officials in Kanker district, citing atrocities on tribals and sexual exploitation of of local women by senior cadres, Kanker Superintendent of Police RN Dash told PTI.
A Hardcore woman Naxal along with three other under warrant Naxal cadres surrendered before Kondagaon Superintendent of Police (SP) Abhishek Meena on Wednesday. Barda LOS woman Naxal member Juggo Salam (25) of Kulnar, Barth LOS member Dhansingh Nag (25) of Kolega, Kiskodo LOS member Ramu Gond (53) of Badgai and Barda LOS member Budhram (40) of Badgai laid arms to join mainstream. The four surrendered Naxals were active since 2007 in villages Dhanora, Irragaon. Amabeda and Benur. They learned using arms from LOS Commander Ful Singh. Secretary Kishor, Santa and Mayaram.
State government will establish blood banks in thirteen districts of the state within a month. State Health Minister Amar Agrawal has directed the health department officials in a review meeting to make all the necessary arrangements in this regard. The minister informed that the blood banks will be started in Jashpur, Narainpur, Bijapur, Kondagaon, Sukma, Balrampur, Surajpur, Janjgir-Champa, Mungeli, Bemetara, Balod, Gariaband and Baloda Bazaar districts within a month. It may be mentioned that the state health department is presently running blood banks in sixteen districts.
Two warrantee and cash award carrying Naxalites active in Kondagaon and Narayanpur area have surrendered before CRPF 212 Battalion headquarters at Kondagaon on Thursday. The surrendered naxalites are Nagru Korram son of Ghasiyaram Korram aged 40 years and Bajnu son of Gangaram Korram age 24 years resident of Timrugaon under Madrapal police station limits. Nagru carries cash award of Rs 2000 while Bajnu has Rs 1000 in his name. The surrendered Naxalites stated that Naxal commander Jan Militia Baynar area committee Rasool had lured him to be with them.
State Government's Animal Husbandry Development Department has distributed nearly 37 lakh 13 thousand chickens to more than 76 thousand beneficiaries in previous three years, under Backyard Scheme. This includes the beneficiaries of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward classes and General category as well. In year 2011-12, 14 lakh 29 thousand chickens were distributed to 25 thousand beneficiaries whereas in year 2013-14 nearly 13 lakh 24 thousand chickens were distributed to 26 thousand beneficiaries.
On the occasion of Teachers day on September 5, five teachers of Chhattisgarh will be felicitated at hands of President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee for their excellent contribution in the field of education, at the Teachers Felicitation Programme to be organized at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. These teachers will be awarded incentives of Rs 25 thousand each along with a silver medal and a certificate. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has congratulated the teachers selected for prestigious President Award.