Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh announced to launch CM pension scheme in his monthly radio talk programme Raman Ke Goth. In his 31 edition of ‘Raman Ke Goth’ programme, which was broadcasted from Raipur station, Singh claimed that his government’s schemes are prepared after a thorough discussions and interactions with people in their villages rather than in air-conditioned rooms in secretariat.
Chief Minister Pension Scheme will be launched in this year which will cover roughly three lakh people who have been found to be extremely deprived in socio-economic survey of year 2011.
Talking about the ongoing Lok Suraaj Abhiyan, Chief Minister Singh said that- Rs through this campaign, government itself goes to public, and people don’t have to come to the government’. Chief Minister informed about the third phase of state-wide Lok Suraaj Abhiyan to commence from March 11 to March 31, saying that in this phase, one redressal camp will be held for each 10 gram panchayats.
Shuchita yojana has been started to provide sanitary napkins to school going girl students. In the first phase, sanitary napkin vending machines were installed in 2000 government schools of 20 districts and three lakh girls have been covered under this scheme. Now this scheme will cover all the high schools and colleges, where 10 lakh girls will be able to avail this scheme.