‘State Govt fulfills aspirations of common citizens’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Jun 2018 12:15:14



The Hitavada State Bureau


Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today said that the common citizens want only development. They demand good roads, bridges, schools-colleges, hospitals, regular supply of electricity and irrigation facilities. This is the government which fulfills the aspirations of the common people of the state. The authorities focus on rapid development and providing high-quality infrastructure needs of the rural citizens.Chief Minister was addressing a massive public meeting at village Durgakondal in district Kanker this afternoon as a part of state-wide Vikas Yatra. The policies and programmes of the state government are meant for the socio-economic betterment of masses. Chief Minister dedicated and laid foundation stones for 18 developmental works worth Rs 37.32 crore.

Dr Raman Singh said that paddy bonus worth Rs 65 crore had been transferred into the accounts of 48,000 farmers’ bank accounts digitally. He also revealed that the Government College will be re-named as Shaheed Kamlu Kumar Government College soon. He also sanctioned the construction of a boundary wall at the Community Health Centre. He said that work on the construction of a bridge over river Kotri on Kode-Kurse road has started and will be built at a cost of Rs 6 crore. The Chief Minister also sanctioned a passenger waiting hall at Durgukondal and sanctioned Rs 25 lakh for gymnasium at Bhanupratapur.

Chief Minister said that the state government had formulated several social-welfare schemes during the past 15 years and had been implemented successfully. The fruits of development are all visible. Prayas Schools had been established in Adivasi-dominated districts and they are very successful. The students of the region are getting admissions into all-India Medical, Engineering, IITs, and other elite institutes. They are becoming administrative officers. He gave details of various programmes of the State Government and Central also.The subsidized rice scheme, free distribution of iodized salt and grams at Rs 5 a kilogram will never be discontinued. Forest Minister Mahesh Gagda, Kanker MP Vikram Usendi, MLA Bhojraj Nag and several prominent personalities were also present.