"Chhattisgarh is marching ahead on the path of peaceful development. Peace and development will be soon ensured in the naxal-affected Bastar region as well", said Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh while talking to the members of study team from National Defense College, New Delhi, at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan) on yesterday evening. On the occasion, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister N Baijendra Kumar and Principal Secretary Energy Aman Kumar Singh were also present. NDC's study team paid courtesy visit to Chief Minister yesterday.
"Chhattisgarh is fast progressing towards the complete eradication of malnutrition. In this journey, role of departmental teams, suposhan mitra, women self-help groups and entire society is simply commendable" said Women and Child Development Minister Lata Ussendi while addressing the workshop cum review meeting organized by Women and Child Development Department on the occasion of commencement of Nava Jatan Yojana Phase-II (Implementation), World Breastfeeding Week and reorganization of Integrated Child Development Service Scheme.
Formation of the new districts has expedited development and it has also helped in connecting the remote areas with the main stream. The purpose of the carving out 11 new districts and giving Tahsil status to 146 development blocks in the last 5 years was to bring administration closer to the people and it has helped in boosting development of the area. people are now realizing the difference this small step of the Government has made in their lives, stated Dr.