Akbar reviews functioning of 64 gram panchayats

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Aug 06: State Forest and Climate Change, Housing and Environment Minister and MLA Kawardha Mohammad Akbar discussed development works by connecting with sarpanchs of various gram panchayats through video conferencing from his residence office at Shankar Nagar in the capital.
In this, Sarpanch and Secretaries of 28 Gram Panchayats under Sahaspur Lohara Janpad Panchayat of Kabirdham district participated.
On this occasion, District Panchayat CEO Vijay Dayaram K, Kawardha SDM Vinay Soni, Deputy Director Panchayat Raj Tiwari, District CEO Narendra Sharma participated in the video conferencing. Forest Minister Akbar is constantly in touch with the Sarpanch and Secretary of Kabirdham district and is taking information about the work of Panchayat and Rural Development as well as the preparations for the possible third wave of Covid-19 Corona virus at the Panchayat level.
Earlier, Akbar had met all the village sarpanches and secretaries of Kawardha Janpad Panchayat. Within two days, the work of 64 Gram Panchayats of District Panchayat Sahaspur Lohara has been reviewed by Akbar through video conferencing.
Forest Minister Akbar discussed one by one with the Sarpanch and Secretary of the Gram Panchayat and inquired about the Panchayat and Rural Development of the concerned Gram Panchayat as well as the development works being carried out there. Minister Akbar asked all Sarpanches to provide maximum benefits to the villagers by better implementation of schemes in their respective Gram Panchayats.
While discussing with the concerned Sarpanch and Secretaries, he laid special emphasis on speedy implementation of schemes for the expansion of public facilities in the Gram Panchayats. Minister Akbar also directed to take necessary action for approval after examining all the employment-oriented works demanded by the Sarpanches at the District Panchayat level.
During this, he also directed to send proposals for major works to be approved by the government. Forest Minister Akbar reviewed the work of Gram Panchayats Singarpur, Gangpur, Chandaini, Barodakala, Daihandih, Kutkipara, Talpur, Amgaon, Ramhepur, Sylhati, Bami, Sonjhari, Motimpur and Bidora during this period. He also reviewed the work of Gram Panchayats Narrodhi, Rakse, Bijabairagi, Bhagwatola, Suktra, Lakhatola, Singarpur (Khai), Bisatola, G.Khamharia, Mazgaon, Patpar, Daniyakhurd and Karesara.

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