On the fifth day of ‘Navtapa’ with mercury shooting up, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh showered gifts of facilities and development works on the land of Chhattisgarh for common people under Vikas Yatra. Despite the scorching heat around, thousands of farmers, labourers and common people enthusiastically turned up to attend in the three assembly segments.
Chief Minister inaugurated, did bhumipujan and laid foundation of 148 works worth nearly Rs 647 crore 43 lakh in the assembly segments held in Bamhanidih of Janjgir-Champa, Chhal of Raigarh district and district headquarters.
Dr Raman Singh transferred online paddy bonus worth nearly Rs 370 crore for paddy of previous kharif season to the bank accounts of two lakh 72 thousand 722 farmers of two districts- Janjgir-Champa and Raigarh by clicking on the button the laptop.
After the road show, Dr Raman Singh addressed the massive general assembly in the evening held in district headquarters Raigarh, saying that under the leadership of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi in last four year, the nation is developing at an accelerated pace and has gained recognition across the world.
Dr Raman Singh yesterday addressed the general assemblies in held in block headquarters Bamhanidih (Janjgir-Champa district) and village Chhal (Raigarh District). In his address to the general assembly of Raigarh, Chief Minister said- it would not have been possible without blessings and support of public. This state-wide Vikas Yatra organized by state government is a big pilgrimage to take blessings of public. Objective of this journey is to ensure that people of even the last village of the state are benefitted by the schemes and development.
About Kelo Irrigation Project of Raigarh district Chief Minister said that it has been built at the cost of Rs 900 crore. He said in the general assembly of Bamhinidih that Janjgir-Champa is the confluence point of sage culture, agriculture, and wide scope of industrial development. In the assembly of Chhal (Raigarh district), Chief Minister said- this Vikas Yatra has been started to redress the grievances of farmers and labourers.
In Bamhanidih, Chief Minister distributed paddy bonus worth Rs 200 crore to one lakh 32 thousand farmers. He distributed paddy bonus worth Rs 96 crore to 96 thousand farmers at the general assembly of Chhal, and that of Rs 73 crore 79 lakh to 44 thousand 720 farmers of Raigarh. Moreover, Chief Minister also distributed ‘aabaadi patta’ to more than one lakh families in general assembly of Bamhanidih and Raigarh.
This includes distribution of ‘aabaadi patta’ to 10 thousand 369 families in Bamhanidih and to 87 thousand families in Raigarh. Chief Minister distributed goods and subsidy cheques to 42 thousand 426 beneficiries under various government schemes.
Yesterday, Chief Minister left from Saraipali (Mahasamund district) and reached Bamhanidih of Janjgir district via helicopter, where he addressed the general assembly and thereafter he went to Chhal (Raigarh district) via helicopter.
After addressing the general assembly of Chhal, he reached Gharghoda and addressed the welcome programme there. There after he moved to Banjari and Gerwani in Vikas Rath, and after addressing the welcome programmes there, he reached district headquarters Raigarh, where people accorded tremendous welcome to hime in mega road show.
Chief Minister was accompanied by Union Minister of State for Steel Mr. Vishnudev Sai, PWD Minister Mr. Rajesh Moonat, Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. Suneeti Rathiya, MLA Sarangarh Mrs. Kerabai Manhar, Medicial Plant Board Chairman Mr. Rampratap Singh, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairmen Mr. Bhupendra Savanni, Jila Panchayat President Mr. Ajesh Purushottam Agrawal and Mayor Raigarh Municipal Corporation Madhubai and other public representatives and senior officials in the general assembly of Raigarh. In Chhal, Union Minister of State for Steel Mr. Vishnudev Sai, PWD Minister Mr. Rajesh Moonat and officials of many organizations and senior public representatives were present in the general assembly. In the programme held in Bamhanidih, Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, MP Mrs. Kamla Devi Patle, Parliamentary Secretary and Pamgarh MLA Mr. Ambesh Jangade, Sakti MLA Dr Khilawan Sahu, CGHB Chairman Mr. Bhupendra Savanni, Mr. Nirmal Sinha and officials of various organizations were present.>