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CM Baghel unveils development works worth Rs 3 thousand 854 crores in 6 days

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CM Baghel unveils development works

Inauguration and Bhoomi Pujan of new works in two districts of the state every day

Programs organized in 12 districts so far

Live feedback of schemes being taken daily from beneficiaries through virtual program

Raipur, June 14

After the slowing down of the second wave of corona infection, development works have once again gained momentum in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is dedicating new development works in two districts of the state every day since last one week. These works are being inaugurated and Bhoomi Pujan is being performed on a large scale every day by linking the formal programs being organized in the districts through audio-video medium with the virtual programs being held at Chief Minister’s Raipur residence.

 

This series of development programs starting from Tuesday 8th June will be held till 21st June. By Sunday 13th June, inauguration and bhoomi pujan of development works worth Rs 3,854 crore has been done. So far, programs have been organized in 12 districts. Although the main program is yet to be held in Sukma and Bijapur districts, but in an additional virtual program for these two districts, inauguration and bhoomi pujan of works worth Rs 50 crore have been done. One of the major features of these virtual programs is that Chief Minister Mr. Baghel is directly interacting with the beneficiaries participating in the programs of the districts and taking feedback from them about the schemes of the government. In the virtual programs held at the capital Raipur, all the senior ministers and senior officers of the state are present,whereas in the programs of the districts, the ministers-in-charge, public representatives, officers of all the departments and beneficiaries of the schemes are participating.

 

Inauguration-Bhumi Pujan of 244 development works worth Rs.685 crore in Durg and Balod districts

Approval of one crore rupees for pipeline expansion under Balod’s water augmentation scheme

On June 8, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, while inaugurating development and construction works of Rs.685 crore in Durg and Balod districts, said that the first and second wave of Corona pandemic, posed many difficult challenges in front of us, but our resolve to build new Chhattisgarh could not be deterred. In this program, inauguration and bhumi pujan of 244 works costing Rs.685 crore was done in Durg and Balod districts. In which 57 works costing 285.87 crores in Durg district and 187 development and construction works costing Rs 399.32 crores in Balod district are included. The works given by the Chief Minister to both the districts mainly include development of basic facilities like education, health, roads, electricity and drinking water. On this occasion, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel announced an amount of one crore rupees for the pipeline expansion of the water augmentation scheme of the Municipality of Balod.

 

Inauguration and Bhumi Pujan of works worth Rs 565 crore in Balodabazar-Bhatapara and Mahasamund district

Approval of Rs.6 crore for construction of a pucca road including a bridge up to village Pahanda-Limahi-Raipur road in Balodabazar district

Approval of Rs 20 lakh for community building construction

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated 1430 works costing about Rs 565 crore in Balodabazar-Bhatapara and Mahasamund districts in a virtual program organized on 9th June. He inaugurated and performed bhumi pujan of 1172 works costing Rs 295 crore in Balodabazar district and 258 works costing Rs 270 crore in Mahasamund district.

Chief Minister said that even though the construction work was affected a little during the lockdown, but more important works than that, we continued with full force. The Chief Minister sanctioned Rs.6 crore for construction of a pucca road including a bridge from village Pahanda in Balodabazar district to Raipur via Limahi on the demand of Chairman of Textbook Corporation Shri Shailesh Nitin Trivedi during the inauguration and Bhumipujan ceremony in Balodabazar-Bhatapara and Mahasamund districts. After allotment of land for the construction of community building for Thethwar Yadav community in Balodabazar, he assured to give approval of Rs 20 lakh for the construction of the building.

Inauguration and Bhumi Pujan of 1270 development and construction works worth Rs 582 crore in Kabirdham and Gariaband districts

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has said that minor forest produce which was once a means of exploitation, has become the strength of the forest dwellers today, due to the schemes of the state government. Along with giving forest rights to the forest dwellers, the state government has also given rights to the villages on the resources of the forests. In the program organized on June 10, the Chief Minister gifted 1270 works costing Rs 582 crore to Gariaband and Kabirdham districts. He inaugurated and performed bhumi pujan of 516 works costing Rs. 357 crore 23 lakh for Gariaband district and 754 works costing Rs. 224 crore 75 lakh in Kabirdham district and held discussion with the beneficiaries of various schemes in both the districts.

Inauguration and Bhumi Pujan of works worth Rs 828 crore in Rajnandgaon and Dhamtari districts

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has said that the experience and needs of common Chhattisgarhias are the basis of state government’s schemes. This is the reason why our schemes are easily reaching the common people at the grassroots level. He said that it is a matter of satisfaction that our Annadata is happy today. People are getting the benefits of the schemes and the means of employment in the villages itself. In the program of June 11, the Chief Minister inaugurated and performed Bhoomi Pujan of works worth Rs 828 crore in Rajnandgaon and Dhamtari districts. On this occasion, he alloted 192 development works worth Rs 556 crore in Rajnadgaon district and 270 new development works worth Rs 271 crore 51 lakh in Dhamtari district and held discussions with the beneficiaries of various schemes of the government and inquired about the benefits received by them.

The resolve to build a new Chhattisgarh is being fulfilled

Chief Minister allocates Rs 448.77 crore to Bemetara and Mungeli districts

Announcement to open 50 bedded maternal child hospital in Saja

In a virtual program organized on June 12, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated and performed bhumi pujan of development work costing Rs. 276 crore 12 lakh in Mungeli district and development and construction works costing Rs. 172 crore 65 lakh in Bemetara district. On this occasion, Shri Bhupesh Baghel announced opening of 50 bedded Maternal Child Hospital (MCH) at Saja on the request of Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Shri Ravindra Choubey.

The major works which were inaugurated in Mungeli district include polytechnic college building worth Rs. 9 crore 11 lakh 44 thousand in village Dharampura and Eklavya Model Residential School in village Bandwa at a cost of Rs. 16 crore one lakh. With the establishment of these educational institutions, the future of the students will be better. Jamkuhi to Nuniyakachar access road to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 2 crore 72 lakh 42 thousand to ease the movement in Mungeli district,51 cement concrete road construction works at a cost of Rs 8 crore 47 lakh 84 thousand to connect the unapproachable government buildings under Mukhyamantri Sugam Sadak Yojna. Approach road from Telikhamhi to Govindpur and Phulwari to Mohtra Kurmi to be constructed at a cost of Rs.6 crore 93 lakh.

State government committed to protect the interests of tribals

Announcement of 30 bedded hospital in Jagargunda on the demand of the villagers

10 gram panchayats of Gangalur area to get rid of the problem of red water: installation of siltation filtration structure and solar dual pump at a cost of Rs 5 crore

Bhoomi Pujan with the approval of 104 works costing Rs 43.08 crore

In another program on June 12, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel announced the approval of a 30-bed hospital in Jagargunda on the demand of the villagers during a virtual program discussion with the villagers, public representatives and social heads of Bijapur and Sukma districts. Similarly, in Gangalur area of ​​Bijapur district, Chief Minister announced the installation of siltation filtration structure and solar dual pumps in 10 Gram Panchayats including Gangalur, Burji, Gongla, Pusnar, Pedia, Todka, Gampur, Kaika, Reddy and Palnar, affected by red water problem at a cost of Rs. 5 crore. With the establishment of this plant, clean drinking water will be available to about 20 thousand people of 6 thousand families of this area.

In the program, Chief Minister Shri Baghel granted approval for 104 works worth Rs.43 crore 08 lakh rupees for primary school, Anganwadi, Gram Panchayat buildings, fair price shops, Devgudi construction, solar dual pump installation, CC road construction and hand pump installation in different villages of Bijapur and Sukma districts.

Allocation of Rs 681 crore for development works in Raipur and Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi districts

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel announced 752 development works worth more than Rs.681 crore to Raipur and Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi districts in the program on June 13. Chief Minister inaugurated and performed bhoomi pujan of works costing Rs 561 crore 32 lakh in Raipur district and Rs 120 crore 8 lakh 60 thousand in Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district. The development works to be dedicated in Raipur district include bridge construction, road construction, health, agriculture and rural infrastructure, construction of water structures, housing board works, ashram hostel and works of smart city Raipur.

The Chief Minister inaugurated 61 development works worth Rs 52 crore 82 lakh and performed bhoomi pujan of 300 works worth Rs 67 crore 26 lakh in Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district. In this virtual program, Shri Baghel also unveiled the statues of two great personalities of Raipur, Seth Nemichand Shri Shrimal Ji and Govind Lal Vora Ji, installed in the Bal Ashram.

 

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