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Sunday, 31 January 2016
CM TO VISIT RAJNANDGAON TODAY - RAIPUR
Chief Minister Raman Singh will tour Rajnandgaon district on Sunday. He will leave Raipur by helicopter at 11.45 am and land at Manpur in Rajnandgaon at 12.30 pm.
He will participate in a Forest Department programme from 12. 30 pm to 1.30 pm. He will perform ‘’Bhoomipoojan’’ of the Ropeway to Maa Bambleshwari Temple at Dongargarh at 2.30 pm.
The Ropeway will be built at a cost of `5.51 crore. The Ropeway will carry 14 passenger trolley and two goods trolley. About 500 devotees will be transported in an hour on the ropeway. He will return back to Raipur by 4 pm.
Chief Minister will dedicate a modern bridge on Gaajmara canal built at a cost of `5.45 crore. The bridge will connect Chichola-Dongargarh. People of 31 villages will be benefitted.
Singh will dedicate a four-lane road connecting Pragnagiri- Murmunda. The five km road has been built at a cost of `9 crore. He will dedicate 13.6 km long Chirchari-Pitemani road laid down at a cost of `9 crore.
He will inaugurate 50-seater hostel on the campus of Dongargarh I.T.I. built at a cost of `1.16 crore. Singh will perform ‘Bhoomipoojan’ of Bambleshwari School at Bacherabata village. The school is being built at a cost of Rs 3 crore by the Bhambleshwari Temple Trust. A Memorandum of Understanding will also be signed between the State Government and Power Grid Corporation to build a boarding school for physically handicapped at Rajnandgaon which is the home assembly constituency of the chief minister. The school will be built at a cost of `3 crore.