Collector and SP holds Jan Chaupal in village Nahari, a highly sensitive area in Dantewada, to redress grievances of villagers
Information about development works given to villagers
Raipur, January 15
According to the intention of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, every possible initiative is being taken by the state government and district administration to ensure last-mile delivery of government schemes. In this line, South Bastar (Dantewada) district collector Mr. Deepak Soni and Superintendent of Police Mr. Siddharth Tiwari reached village Nahari, a highly sensitive area of Kuakonda development block on Friday. They interacted with the villagers to redress their grievances.
The villagers expressed their happiness to find the collector and the superintendent of police among them. A large number of villagers participated in Jandarshan Choupal. During this, Collector Mr. Soni informed that works of two additional rooms in the primary school of Nahari village, Anganwadi centre, drinking water, electricity, road, and health center have been approved. To connect the unemployed with employment, arrangements are being made for ration, agricultural machines, salons, and public service centers. Goat, chicken, pig, and quail will be distributed to the beneficiaries interested in self-employment. The collector said that it is the aim of the government to take the schemes of the government even to the far flung village of the area, to provide their benefits to the villagers. He informed that many development works in the village are in pipeline. Along with this, the administration is making best possible efforts to ensure that villagers get benefit of every scheme of the government.
He added that many works have been approved here under MNREGA. He interacted with the villagers and enquired about the basic facilities being provided by the government. He asked the villagers about their agricultural work and informed them about procurement of Kodo, Kutki and Ragi at the support price in the district. He urged the villagers to take benefit of the camps being organized for making Aadhar and ration card besides appealing them to follow Covid-19 protocols.
The villagers put forth their demands for many development works in the village. Addressing the demands, instructions were given to the Gram Panchayat to fix the water tank on the spot itself. As soon as the camp started, the road construction work started in Nahari area. Expressing their happiness, the villagers thanked the district administration. Mr. Soni informed that the camp has started here, where villagers will be linked with employment. Many works are being done to connect the lower class families with self-employment.
He also talked about providing grant under the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh Yojana for the people of Nahari village to work in groups. He also informed the villagers that works worth Rs 9 crores have been approved in 6 Panchayats around Aranpur. With the formation of a ration shop, now the facility of distribution of ration will be available in the village Panchayat itself. Earlier the villagers had to go to Aranpur Panchayat which is 10 km away to get ration.