Chief Minister appealed villagers that parents should take interest in their children's education and be in contact with school teachers to stay updated about their child's progress. He said that it is the responsibility of government as well as society to maintain quality of education.
Under state-wide Lok Suraaj Abhiyan today, Chief Minister today paid surprise visit to Baiga tribe populated village Devsara (Pandariya block) Kabeerdham district. In the chaupal held under Peepal tree there, he had discussion with villagers on various issues. Dr Singh called school children near him and asked them to recite multiplication tables and poems. Chief Minister was impressed with their quick response to his questions. He appreciated the children. Keeping in view the expanding area under sugarcane cultivation in the village and on request of farmers, Dr Raman Singh gave consent in principle for the irrigation diversion scheme on Haph River and said that the survey work should be completed soon. It is noteworthy that as per the announcement of Chief Minister, preparations to establish fourth sugar factory of state in Pandariya block is underway.
In the chaupal held at Devsara, Dr Raman Singh announced that a sub-health centre will be opened in the village. He said that necessary survey for construction of cement concrete road will also be done. Chief Minister informed villagers that State Government has initiated time-bound campaign for free distribution of copies of maps, land records and B1. Under Ujjwala Yojana, LPG connection and gas stove will be distributed to women member of 25 lakh BPL families on nominal registration cost of Rs 200. The first cylinder on such registration will be issued free of cost. Chief Minister was accorded warm welcome by Sarpanch Mrs. Marskole, other panchayat members and villagers. Member of Lok Sabha Mr. Abhishek Singh, Parliamentary Secretary and MLA Mr. Motiram Chandravanshi, Jila Panchayat President Mr. Santosh Patel and other public representatives were also present. Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand informed villagers about various government schemes.