Union Minister of State for Steel and Mining Mr. Vishnudev Sai today inspected construction site of Steel Plant in Nagarnar area of Bastar district. Central Government's public undertaking National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) is establishing this steel plant. Union Minister of State Mr. Sai took information about the progress of construction works related to steel plant and directed officials to complete the work as soon as possible.
PWD Minister Rajesh Munat reviewed the progress in road construction works undertaken by PWD in Raipur City in a meeting held at New Circuit House here on Tuesday. He said that all sanctional works should be completed on time keeping in mind the quality of the work. Munat said that the canal road should be completed this month itself and ensure that there is progress in the road construction and road widening work. The meeting was attended by Principal Secretary Amitabh Jain, Secretary PWD Anil Rai, CE PWD DK Pradhan.
Displeased to know that restoration of Parsada Canal of Tandula Irrigation Water Reservoir has not been started yet, even after two years of being approved, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh ordered MNREGA officials to begin this work as soon as possible. In response to the memorandum received from delegation of villagers led by Sarpanch of Parsada Gram Panchayat (Gunderdehi Block) Mrs. Lakshmi Sahu at the Jandarshan programme held today, Chief Minister directed Balod Collector to ensure that the restoration of Parsada minor canal and construction of gate there starts at the earliest.
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.
Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari today said that prosperity in the society comes with the laying of roads. He said under the leadership of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi the Union Government had decided to lay the roads and construct culverts and bridges on a 'Mission-Mode' in the Naxal-affected regions. The work will be done with the co-operation of all States. Mr. Gadkari said with the co-operation, co-ordination and communication of all the parties concerned the construction work will be done on a war-footing. Mr.
The 1600 anganwadi centres, which are operational in the rented buildings, will soon have their own buildings as the Union minster for women and child development, Menka Gandhi, on Monday assured Ramsheela Sahu, Minister for Women and Child Development, Chhattisgarh Government of approving the fund for the purpose as soon as possible. The State Minister on Monday had a meeting the Union Minister in Delhi. During the meeting , the State Minister had drawn the attention of the Union Minister towards pending proposals of women and child development department.
National Rural Road Development Agency, New Delhi have finalized the tour schedule of National Quality Monitors (NQM) for scrutinizing the quality of construction works under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY). In the current month of September, six NQMs will visit nine districts of Chhattisgarh to inspect the quality of ongoing construction works.
General approval for construction of roads on forestland in 10 Left Wing Extremism (LWE) affected districts of state will now be granted easily, as Central Government has slackened the rules related to this procedure. Centre has simplified the procedure for general approval under Section-2 of Central Forest Conservation Act 1980, keeping in view the need of infrastructural development for public utility. As per the simplified procedure, the general approval for construction of two-lane highways on forestland will be given by State Government itself.
Raipur Municipal Corporation Commissioner Mr. Avinash Kumar Sharan reviewed the three various schemes of under construction swimming pool near Sanskrit College and central library building, multilevel parking plan near Old Bus Stand and beautification of Telibandha pond and the centrally sponsored monolithic construction of 720 houses under BSUP scheme. Had direct observation on progress of the plan with the Corporation Executive Engineer Mr. Rajesh Sharma, Mr. BR Agarwal, Deputy Engineer Mr.
To promote sports activities in state, Chhattisgarh Government has decided to build a stadium in Baikunthpur Headquarters of Koriya district. The estimated cost of construction is Rs 3 crore 50 lakh. In the current financial year 2014-15, Rs 50 lakh have been provisioned for this purpose.