Girls thank Raman Singh for cycles
CM makes surprise visit to Mero in Koriya
Koriya, Mar 15:
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today landed at gram panchayat headquarter Mero (development block Khadgawa) district Koriya. He also toured village Bhainsamunda (development block Kartala) district Korba and participated in a ‘Redressal Camp’ (Samadhaad Shivir). On seeing the Chief Minister amidst themselves the villagers were excited. Chief Minister spoke warmly to the school children. Parents of the school kids were also very excited on seeing the warmth of Dr. Raman Singh. He visited the school at village Mero and spoke to the children. It may be mentioned here that Dr. Raman Singh as a part of ‘Lok Suraj’ mission is personally observing the quality of education at various schools. He converses with the kids and queries about the mathematics tables and calculations. Dr. Raman Singh questioned first standard student Mr. Vikaas regarding the mathematics table 16. When the student recited the table faultlessly Dr. Raman Singh was visible happy and congratulated the boy and gifted him his personal pen.
Meanwhile , Girl students Ramwati, Sonkunwar, Leelavati, Rajkumari and other students expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister on allocating them cycles free of cost as a apart of Saraswati Cycle project. Dr. Raman Singh wished the students a bright and prosperous future. It may be recalled that around one lakh 82 thousand girl students had received cycles free of cost during the past 14 years. The presence of girl students increased manifold in schools.
Chief Minister sanctioned Rs Six lakh for the construction of a primary school building , Rs Two lakh for purchase of furniture and sanctioned a culvert on Tipkapani canal. Dr. Raman Singh instructed the officials to issue a caste certificate to the daughter of airam, Miss Sunita, who migrated from the neighbouring district Korba about two generations ago. Chief Minister also reviewed the various developmental activities with senior district officials. Dr. Raman Singh sanctioned funds for the construction of 106 houses for the poor out of which 91 houses had already been built under the Prime minister Housing Project. He instructed the officials to complete the remaining houses also in a time-bound manner. He also called upon the officials to complete the sinking of 19 wells sanctioned under the MGNREGA in the panchayat. Chief Minister said that electricity connections will be provided to all the hamlets soon. The State Government is keen on illuminating all the houses in the state. He called upon the electricity company officials to meet the targets as soon as possible. Chief secretary Mr. Ajay Singh also accompanied the Chief Minister.