Chhattisgarh Water Resources Minister Brijmohan Agrawal today said that promoting micro-irrigation schemes in naxal-affected areas of Chhattisgarh may enhance agricultural production and help in betterment of farmers. This may also help in solving the problem of Naxal violence in the state. Minister Brijmohan Agrawal was addressing a three-day conference of Water Resources Ministers-“Jal Manthan” on issues for optimal use of water resources, today at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has taken serious cognizance of the problems faced by the students, who were selected through counseling for MDS course, but couldn’t get admission in the dental medical colleges of state. Chief Minister has forwarded the memorandum in the context, received from the delegation of the students during Jandarshan programme held today, to Health Minister Amar Agrawal and has instructed to redress their grievances as soon as possible.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, on Monday, has directed the administration in all of 27 districts to hold at least two public grievances redressal camps in a month. This is aimed at making the administration more sensational and proactive. Chief Minister also stressed that Collector as also district level officials must remain present in the public grievances redressal camps as this would help create direct communication between rurals and the concerned officers and would help in resolution of the problem earlier.
Urban Administration and Development Minister Amar Agrawal on Thursday reviewed the redressal of applications received during the Nagar Suraaj Abhiyaan. Agrawal said to the district in charge officials to direct the Chief Municipal Officers for the fast disposal of applications in their respective areas. He said the disposal of applications should take place at the respective urban body level and if the application is regarding urban body should ensure that a complete proposal is sent to the Directorate of Urban Administration with all details at the earliest.