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Man Brandishing Weapon In Open Arrested By Police

DISTRICT police nabbed a 36 year old man for openly waiving the pistol in Dongargaon Nagar Panchayat office. The person identified as Lal Chand Vishwakarma (36) has been booked under Section 25 and 27 of Arms Act. Notably, in the evening hours of july 21, Dongargaon SHO Anju Chelak was tipped off about a certain person Wandering in Nagar Panchayat With pistol in his hand and also his intentions do not seem to be good. Matter was reported to Additional Superintendent of Police Shashimohan Singh.

No Arrest in disfiguring of Dr. Ambedkar’s Statue

Followers of Dr. Ambedkar Staging Demonstration

EVEN the ten days are over, police have still not been able to arrest the persons involved in the disfiguring of Dr. Bhimarao Ambedkar’s statue at Lailunga block head-quarters. The act has filled the followers with immense displeasure which they expressed there by staging a day demonstration here in front of SDM office. Later, they also took out the massive rally and warned of launching the intense agitation for if the accused are not arrested by july 25.

Delegation gave a cheque CM relief Fund for Nepal Earthquake victims

Kasdol Pensioners' Association gave a cheque to CM Dr. Raman Singh

A delegation from Kasdol Pensioners' Association gave a cheque for Rs 15000 to Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh in the presence of Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal at Chhattisgarh Assembly on Tuesday for Chief Minister's Relief Fund for Nepal Earthquake victims. The delegation was led by its President Ramkrishna Mishra and Vice President Atmaram Sahu.

CM Dr. Raman Singh launches Tree Transplant process: Forest Department shifts 30-foot Rosewood tree

Chief Minister Dr .Raman Singh today launched Tree Transplantor Machine

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today launched Tree Transplant or Machine at the Botanical Garden in Naya Raipur by performing 'Pooja' archana. The Mission will help in protecting and preserving trees which are decades-old if not centuries-old. Many trees are generally cut down for road -widening and other construction purposes. The Tree Transplant Machines will help in uprooting trees along with soil and roots and shift them to some other place.

Mockery of Plantation Drive: Revenue Department Uproot 62,500 Saplings

MAKING a Mockery of much-hyped slogan ‘Save Environment and Save Planet-Earth’ as Well as the campaign launched to encourage people towards maintaining ecological balance through plantation, the Government machinery itself proved their indifferent attitude towards the campaign on Tuesday. As Part of the campaign the Forest Department, Government of Chhattisgarh had got nearly 62,500 saplings of Teak planted over 60 acres of land at Rogbahari under BALCO Nagar roughly three months back.

Shivratan assumes office as CMDC Chairman

Chairman of CMDC Shivratan Sharma and CM Dr. Raman Singh, BJP President Dharamlal Kaushik

Senior Legislator of Bhartiya Janara Party (BJP) Shivratan Sharma on Monday assumed office as the chairman of Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation (CMDC) at a function held at Sonakhan Bhawan here. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh as well as several members of State Cabinet, State BJP President Dharamlal Kaushik, State BJP Organisational Secretary Ramparatp Singh and several other Legislators were also present. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister Dr.

Chhattisgarh seeks right to use mining revenue on labourer’s welfare

Chhattisgarh Labour Minister Bhaiya Lal Rajwade

Chhattisgarh Labour Minister Mr. Bhaiya Lal Rajwade today said that revenue collected from mining sector should be deposited in state’s fund and used for the welfare of labourers. He was speaking at the 46th Indian Labour Conference at Vigyan Bhawan New Delhi. The conference was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. Union Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley, Union Minister of State for Labour and Employment Mr. Bangaru Dattatreya and labour ministers of various states attended the conference.

Chief Minister greets Muslims on Eid-Ul-Fitr

Eid Mubarak

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today greeted the citizens of Chhattisgarh on the auspicious occasion of Ramzaan (Eid-Ul-Fitr) particularly Muslim brethren. Dr. Raman Singh said that the festival brings the message of brotherhood, love and togetherness all over the world. He wished a bright and prosperous future for all.

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