Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today heard the grievances of large number of common citizens at his weekly ‘Jan-Darshan’ programme at his official residence. He instructed the officials to act upon the complaints as early as possible. About 1300 common citizens from various parts of the State met Chief Minister.
Dr. Raman Singh sanctioned 17 development works worth Rs 94 lakh on the requests of villagers. The sanctioned works include ten cement concrete roads, four bridges, tow community halls and one road to ‘Muktidham’.
Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Motiram Chandrawanshi was also present.
Chief Minister also sanctioned the free treatment of 11 seriously ill patients at the Raipur-based Dr. Ambedkar Hospital. He also sanctioned funds from the sanjeevni Trust for the immediate treatment of two serious patients. Fifty-five sugar and sickling patients were also tested at the ‘Jan-Darshan’ site.
A delegation of villagers from gram panchayat Mudena district Mahasamund in a memorandum complained that they are facing pollution due to the mining of stones from Farsi Pathar from the Mahanadi. The dust, soil and stones from the near-by are dumped in the river. The owners of the mines are violating the pollution norms. Dr. Raman Singh called upon the Mahasmund Collector to settle the issue as early as possible.
A delegation of Nayapara in the capital in a memorandum complained that some people at Gol Bazar are illegally filling 40-50 small domestic gas cylinders. They are polluting the vicinity with the LPG gas. Chief Minister called upon the Collector to inquire into the matter and resolve it without any delay.
A group of villagers from Amlidih district Balod invited the Chief Minister to attend the naming ceremony of the Government High School and unveiling of statue function. The delegation informed the Chief Minister that the school had been named after former teacher Mr. Bansilal Bharadwaj. A statue of late Mr. Jogiram Koreti , who had donated the land to the school, had been installed.
Dr. Raman Singh thanked the delegation for the invite and wished them a bright future.
Mr. Sunil Kumar Tank, resident of the capital, informed the Chief Minister , that he had a library of CDs about 2, 500 old films. He had been collecting the films for the past 30 years. He requested the Chief Minister to order the preservation of these old films. Dr. Raman Singh assured him of all possible help in preserving the films.