Delegation of people led by Janpad Panchayat Nagri President Mrs. Pinky Dhruv today paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh at his residence. On the occasion, delegation discussed about various development works to be done in Nagri block, with Chief Minister. The delegation included Deputy Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat Kukrel Mr. Mohandas Manikpuri, Ex-member of Janpad Mr. Vaman Sahu, Mr. Rohit Sahu of Forest Management Committee Mr. Rohit Sahu and others were also present.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that government schemes for common people can be made in ac rooms of secretariat but when it is made in chaupals among the villagers, then these schemes are made from heart. He said that the discussions held in chaupals become our agenda for future, which we follow religiously. Chief Minister expressed these thoughts on state-wide Lok Suraaj Abhiyan in the ninth episode of his monthly interview 'Raman Ke Goth' broadcasted from Raipur centre of Akashwani.
New schemes are born in chaupals
Paying tribute to Saint-Poet and Ex-MP Mr. Pawan Diwan today, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that even after his departure from this world, Mr. Pawan Diwan will always stay alive in hearts of 2.5 crore people of Chhattisgarh. His timeless literary creations and thoughts will continue to inspire people. Chief Minister expressed these thoughts while addressing the tribute meet organized at Bramhacharya Ashram premise on the riverbank of Mahanadi in Rajim, in the memory of Mr. Diwan. In the premise, late Mr.
The people's representatives, citizens and officers adopted anganwadis and malnourished children as a part of 10-day State-wide Anganwadi Quality Mission launched on 4 January. The Friends (Mitra) of Anganwadis and malnourished children will be attended at regular intervals. Korba District Collector Mr. P.Dayanand adopted Anganwadi Kendra Kirlali Para Bhayang. He pledged to improve the conditions prevailing at the anganwadi. He appealed to the citizens at the Mahila Jagruti Camp to improve the quality of services by active participation in the Anganwadi Quality Up-gradation Mission .
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has greeted people of state on Indian Constitution Day today. Delegation of 'Dr Ambedkar Parinirvan Bhumi Samman Karyakram Samiti' led by Chairman Mr. Anil Khobragade today met Chief Minister during Jandarshan programme held at his residence and presented a picture of Dr Bheemrao Ambedkar, architect of Indian Constitution, to Dr Singh. Delegation thanked Chief Minister for celebrating Constitution Day. Dr Singh extended warm wishes to the delegation and people of state on the occasion of Constitution Day observed on November 26.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has announced that families belonging to extremely backward tribes such as Pahadi Korwa and Birhor will be provided free of cost blankets. After his discussion with delegation of these tribal communities from Jashpur at Jandarshan programme held today, Chief Minister instructed Jashpur Collector to take immediate action on their memorandum. Today, a large number of farmers, villagers, common people and women from various districts including capital city Raipur met Chief Minister and conveyed their grievances and demands.
Governor Balramji Das Tandon called upon the people to take a pledge to remove social evils from the society. He was addressing a programme organised by Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha Raipur on the occasion of 547th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak at Khalsa School Raipur on Wednesday. The Governor participated in the programme and paid obeisance before 'Gurugranth Sahib'.
When Guru Nanak was born, at that time social evils like discrimination, untouchability and superstition were rampant in the society.
Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has extended hearty wishes and greetings to people of Chhattisgarh on State Foundation Day. In his twitter post today, Mr. Modi praised natural beauty of Chhattisgarh and said that it is a state of wonderful people. Prime Minister stated in his twitter post today that Chhattisgarh's progress is noteworthy.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today wished the citizens of Chhattisgarh on the eve of International Literacy Day on 8 September. He called upon the citizens to make it a people's programme and spread awareness regarding literacy.
Dr. Raman Singh said 'Har Gram Panchayat Shakshar-Bharat Shakshar' will inspire Literacy Day and Literacy Week. Efforts should be made to attain cent per cent literacy.
Social Welfare Minister Mrs. Ramsheela Sahu said that special training will be organized for people of third-gender community under Chief Minister Skill Development Scheme, to make them financially self-dependent. In the first meeting of Third Gender Welfare Board held today at Mantralaya, Mrs. Sahu directed officials concerned to mark major institutions and arrange for the aforementioned skill development training for third-gender community at the earliest.