Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today appreciated the efforts of teachers in improving the quality of education in village Akalwara (Chura Development Block) in Ghariyaband district. Akalwara Higher Secondary School Principal Mr. G. P. Verma and his teachers wake up the school children at the wee hours of 03:30 am by blowing whistles in front their residences. The efforts of the school management had yielded results and the children are getting good marks and better results. Chief Minister Dr.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today made a surprise landing at village Bohirgaon (Mainpur Development Block) in Gariyabandh district as a part of 'Lok Suraj Mission'. There was a lot of excitement among the residents of the village on seeing Dr. Raman Singh midst them. Women of the area welcomed Chief Minister with 'Aarti' and applied yellow rice on his forehead. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh conducted 'Choupal' under a Tamarind tree and had a formal interaction with the common masses. He sanctioned a hostel for the children of backward classes-Kumar -Bhujiya Tribals at Bohirgaon.
Akalwara resident Mr. Pardeshi Ram Nishad today said that even a small step of each and every individual is a big leap for village and city. Mr. Nishad is working tirelessly towards afforestation in the village and the entire district. He has limited resources but still he planted saplings along the tanks which have grown into trees and providing shade to villagers in sweltering heat. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today reached village Akalwara as a pasrt of 'Lok Suraj' Mission. Chief Minister met Mr. Nishad and appreciated his efforts in spreading greenery in the village. Dr.
In the second phase of Lok Suraaj Abhiyan, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh held Chaupal under the shade of Pipal tree in village Akalvara of Chhura development block of Gariaband district. During the visit, Chief Minister granted various requests of the villagers. As per the instructions of Chief Minister, water from kotri nala water reservoir would be supplied to even the remotest of the villages. This will enable water-supply to people of Akalvara village. It is noteworthy that Chhura development block has been declared as drought-affected.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today met a delegation of Chaturbhuj Sirkatti Ashram based at Panduka Kutena. The delegation was led by Sant Sri Siya Goverdhan Sharan Vyas. The delegation included Sant Sri Anjani Sharan, Janak Ram Sahu, Adhan Singh Thakur, Om Prakash Sahu, Ashram office-bearers and many villagers.
About 450 city buses will be started in 70 big and small cities in Chhattisgarh soon. Twenty-one main cities and 49 link towns are included. Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand chaired the meeting on transport and it was attended by top officers of the department. The process of tender work for the purchase of buses is completed.
After deliberating upon the proposals of State Government, Central Government today sanctioned Rs 412 crore for Chhattisgarh under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA). Union Rural Development Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh sanctioned the amount after an hour-long meeting with Chhattisgarh Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Ajay Chandrakar in New Delhi. Union Secretary for Panchayat and Rural Development along with Additional Chief Secretary of Chhattisgarh Government's Panchayat and Rural Development Department M K Raut were present at the meeting.
State government will establish blood banks in thirteen districts of the state within a month. State Health Minister Amar Agrawal has directed the health department officials in a review meeting to make all the necessary arrangements in this regard. The minister informed that the blood banks will be started in Jashpur, Narainpur, Bijapur, Kondagaon, Sukma, Balrampur, Surajpur, Janjgir-Champa, Mungeli, Bemetara, Balod, Gariaband and Baloda Bazaar districts within a month. It may be mentioned that the state health department is presently running blood banks in sixteen districts.
Shri Premprakash Pandey, Technical and Manpower Development Minister, on Wednesday said that 10 Livelihood Colleges will be started soon at- Narainpur, Gariyaband, Dhamtari, Balodabazar, Mahasamund, Mungeli, Janjgir-Chapa, Balrampur, Surajpur, Koriya.
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh on Tuesday had a meeting with Union Minister of Tribal Affairs Shri Jual Oram at New Delhi, where they discussed development and expansion of education and other facilities in tribal-populated areas. With a view to decrease school dropout rates in remote areas of Chhattisgarh, the Centre on Tuesday accorded sanction for construction of 13 hostels/ashrams of 500-seater capacity in tribal-dominated areas with no school facilities told Minister Oram in the meeting.