Parliamentary Secretary Labhchand Bafnavisits Samadhan Shviri in Paraskol village

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 May 2017 15:27:51


Staff Reporter DURG, 

SAMADHAN Shviri was organised under Lok Suraj Abhiyan in village Paraskol (Dhamdha block) for 10 villages. 3,708 applications received by various departments have been solved. Time limit has been fixed by balance 361 applications. MLA Saja and Parliamentary Secretary Labhchand Bafna visited the camp, listened to the complaints/demands and instructed concerned officials for necessary action.

Jila Panchayat President Maya Belchandan, Janpad President Jai Singh Rajput, Jila Panchayat CEO RK Khute, local representatives and villagers were present in the camp. Labchand Bafna said Lok Suraj Abhiyan is a chance to listen to problems/demands of people and also to solve. Officers of the district are visiting villages to villages, listening to problems of villagers and finding solution. Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh and other ministers are touring various places of the state and reviewing the schemes.

He has instructed officials for real and qualitative solutions. Taking some complaints of villagers seriously concerned officials were instructed for action.

201 villagers were benefitted under various schemes. 36 women got gas connection under Pradhanmantri Ujjwala Yojna, Labour department gave cheque of Rs. 2838 each to 16 labourers for purchasing cycle and distributed 50 Shram cards, agriculture department distributed hand sprayer to 5 farmers, Social Welfare department distributed tricycles to 3 divyang and crutches to 2 divyang. Fisheries department distributed 5 ice boxes and 3 fish nets.

Revenue department distributed permanent domicile and caste certificates to 16 school children. 20 villagers were registered for Aadhar and 45 persons registered for Chief Minister Skill Development Scheme. Tribal Development department gave Rs. 10,000 subsidy cheque to Sua Samiti Sonesarar. CSPDCL installed 23 electric poles in 6 villages of Paraskol Sector. Health department examined 100 villagers and distributed medicine. 66 children of Anganbadi Centres were examined by specialists doctors under Mukhyamantri Bal Sandarbh Yojna. Schedule Tribe Welfare Department presented Cobbler Kit to Bhavani of village Semaria on demand.