Purushottam character, Gariaband. By covering a distance of 26 kilometers in a motorcycle through rough, river-river, rocky hill and unpaved trails, District Collector Akash Chikara along with Senior Superintendent of Police Amit Kamble, Forest Officer Manivasgan S, District Panchayat CEO Rita Yadav, CRPF CEO V .Of. Senior officers of district administration and police administration along with Singh reached Amamora village situated amidst tribal dominated and dense forests. The villagers were elated to see the biggest officials of the district in their midst.
Please tell that this village is located about 35 kilometers away from the main road. About 110 families are living here. In order to accelerate the pace of development in the district, Collector Akash Chikara, after assuming office, is continuously visiting remote areas and taking stock of the development works and the basic facilities of the citizens. In this episode, on Monday morning, the collector along with his senior officers suddenly reached Amamora village.
In fact, school entrance festival and health check-up and material distribution camp were organized in village Aammora, in which police and district administration distributed school bags, book-copies, sports material, tiffin, water bottles and other useful materials to the newly entrant children. Similarly, umbrellas and other daily useful materials were made available to the villagers. Apart from this, urad seed packets were distributed to 31 beneficiaries by the Agriculture Department, vegetable mini kit seeds to 20 beneficiaries by the Horticulture Department and ration cards to 14 beneficiaries by the Food Department.
On the other hand, while observing the health check-up and material distribution camp, the collector directed the health staff to check the health of all the people and distribute medicines and materials to them. Keeping in mind the rainy season, instructions were given to make essential medicines available to the villagers. During this, the collector, having a cordial discussion with the villagers, said that they should take maximum advantage of the government schemes. The administration is working for the betterment of you people. While talking to the children of the village, the collector motivated all the children to go to school, hostel and advised them to study diligently.
After discussing with village elders Baratu Ram, Rupa Meghwal and others, he inquired about their health including old age pension, ration. On this people said that they are getting the benefits of the schemes run by the government. The Collector also instructed to issue Ayushman cards and ration cards to all eligible families, including forest rights leases, to all eligible families.
Senior Superintendent of Police Amit Kamble said that the district administration has reached your village. Make them aware of your demands and problems. The district headquarter Gariaband is about 70 kilometers away from here. It is difficult for all of you to come to the district headquarters, that is why the administration has come to know about your problems. He said that you people should consider the police as your friend and cooperate. Apart from this, Divisional Forest Officer Manivasgan S and District Panchayat CEO Rita Yadav also discussed with the villagers. On this occasion, Additional Collector Avinash Bhoi, District CEO Gariaband Narsing Dhruv, officers and employees of Health and Education Department were also present.
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