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 District Planning Committee- Sagar topped in  PM awas allotment in MP

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 The District Planning Committee has passed a proposal to name Rajghat Dam after Rani Anvatibai Lodhi and Makaronia ROB on Dr Gour Bridge after the name of the founder of Sagar University. 

The meeting of the District Planning Committee was held in the collectorate meeting room under the chairmanship of Dr Arvind Singh Bhadauria, Minister in charge of the State's Cooperative Public Service Management.

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Urban and Rural, Chief Minister Land Rights Scheme, Jal Jeevan Mission, and electricity supply were reviewed in detail in the meeting. 

In-charge Minister Mr Bhadoria instructed the officials to provide the benefits of the Chief Minister's residential land rights schemes to all eligible families in the district.

He said that restoration of the roads which have been dug for tap water schemes should be ensured with full quality.

In the review meeting, it was informed about Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Urban that the maximum number of houses in Madhya Pradesh have been sanctioned in the Sagar district. 71,786 houses are sanctioned in the urban body in the district. In which attachment of 68,886 and the first instalment has been issued to 66,750.

Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana

Similarly, 1 lakh 31 thousand houses are approved, 1 lakh 18 thousand 873 are complete and 12148 are incomplete under Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana. The percentage of completion is about 90 per cent. Sanctioned in Awas Plus is 24,946. Out of which 13703 have been completed. The percentage gain of completion is 55 per cent.

land rights scheme

The minister in charge said that the land rights scheme is an ambitious scheme of the chief minister. Its benefits should be given to the maximum number of people. Ninety thousand 105 applications have been received under the Chief Minister's Residential Land Rights Scheme. Out of which 9 thousand 780 leases have been prepared for distribution.

In the meeting, the minister in charge while reviewing the law and order situation in the district appreciated the action taken by the Collector and Superintendent of Police against the criminals. The minister in charge said that a criminal is a criminal and the strictest action should be taken against him. It doesn't matter who it is.

Jal Jeevan Mission

Gadhakota, Madhiya, Shahgarh, Banda, Bina, Khurai and Malthon group water supply schemes were reviewed in the meeting. Giving information about Jal Jeevan Mission, the Collector said that the total number of villages in the district is 1901. In which the number of families is 3,73,748. The coverage of total household tap connections is 38.37 per cent. 

The minister in charge directed that the work of Jal Jeevan Mission should be completed on time. So that people get the benefit of every household tap. He said that wherever roads have been dug for tap schemes. Their restoration should be completed with quality.

Vidyut Vitran

The Superintending Engineer of Madhya Pradesh East Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company said that electricity is being supplied for 23 hours 48 minutes at district headquarters, 23 hours 20 minutes at tehsil headquarters and 22.55 hours at rural headquarters and 9 hours 15 minutes in agricultural feeders. 

The Minister in charge directed to immediately replace the damaged transformers and maintain them seamlessly. The minister in charge asked the superintendent engineer to register an FIR against those who deliberately collapsed the system to block the power supply during the strike.

 Dairy Displacement- Dairies not displaced will be prosecuted under  section 144

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 Municipal Corporation Mayor Sangeeta Tiwari said that the dairy displacement will start on February 7. Action will be taken under 144 against dairy owners who are not displaced. 

He expressed satisfaction over the work of the dairy project in Hafsili village along with the Collector, Municipal Commissioner, and Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat on Saturday.

Dairy Management- Beneficiaries will get land  first come-first serve basis

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Municipal Corporation Commissioner Chandrashekhar Shukla has requested dairy owners to apply for allotment of plots as per rules on a first come first serve basis in village Ratauna for dairy management.

It is worth mentioning that the dairies of the city are to be managed in Ratauna village, therefore all kinds of basic facilities have been made available for the dairy at the site.

The corporator told that the government is providing all the necessary facilities to the dairy owners for dairy management. 

According to the decision of the corporation council, each dairy operator will get Rs. 20/- per square feet and allotment will be done after providing land on the basis of first come first serve basis.

Under which the land will be available first to the dairy operators who apply first, after that the land will be made available to other applicants. Contact Sudhir Mishra, assistant engineer in charge of dairy management, and submit the application to the dairy management cell.

Republic Day Celeberation-Malkhamb Performance msmerized  audience

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The 74th Republic Day was celebrated with pomp in the district. Republic Day programs were organized with enthusiasm in the entire district. 

The main function of the district was held at PTC Ground. In which the Chief Guest, Public Works Cottage and Village Industries Minister Gopal Bhargava hoisted the national flag at the Republic Day function and took the salute of the parade.

The parade was led by Reserve Inspector Sunil Dixit. A colourful presentation of patriotic cultural programs was given by the school students. St. Mary's Senior Secondary School Makaronia, CM Rise MLB Sl. 

Fascinating programs were presented by the students of Saraswati Shishu Mandir Motinagar, 01. Under the guidance of Shyamlal Pal, the coach of Malkhamb Training Center, a wonderful performance was performed by the players on Malkhamb.

Tableaus displaying and motivating various schemes of the government were displayed by the departments in the programme.

Achievement-Sagar participated in  Bajaj Smiriti National symposium

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In the 47th Kamalnayan Bajaj Smriti National Symposium 2023 held at Wardha, Maharashtra, Vaibhav Dhuria, a third-semester student of the Law Department of Dr Harisingh Gour University, Sagar, represented the university. 

Mr Dhuria brought laurels to the university by securing the third position among the representatives of more than 100 universities at the national level. He received prize money of Rs.7500. 

University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Neelima Gupta congratulated him and said that the talents of the university should continue to bring laurels to Dr Gaur and the university established by him.

Hostel Day Celeberation- Helpful in multidimensional development of students

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Keeping in view the multidimensional development of the students and in accordance with the creative tradition of celebrating Hostel Day, under the joint auspices of Dr. Harisingh Gaur University's Rani Laxmibai Girls Hostel and Nivedita Hostel, the Hostel Day function was organized at Swarna Jayanji Auditorium Hall of the University.

In which the Vice-Chancellor of the University Professor Neelima Gupta, Registrar in-charge Santosh Sohgaura, Chief Guest and retired senior teacher of the University Professor Janak Dulari Ahi, Dean of Student Welfare Professor, Chief Hostel Warden Professor Vandana Soni, Rani Lakshmibai Girls Hostel Warden Dr. Vandana Rajariya, Restaurant and Dr. Naveen Kaur, Director of Maintenance, Dr. Sushma Yadav, Director of Nivedita Girls Hostel, Dr. Preeti Anil Khandare, Director of newly constructed Saraswati Girls Hostel and Dr. Suprama Das, Director of various schools of the University, Head of Department, Teachers and All the girl students of the hostel family were present.

Felicitation Of New Office Bearer- Charges Handed Over to New Prezs

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Former MP Anand Ahirwar and city president Rajkumar Pachauri, the newly appointed presidents of the rural and urban areas of the Congress party respectively, along with senior Congress leaders, garlanded the statue of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar at Ambedkar Chauraha in Bhagwanganj on Tuesday.

After that, all the Congressmen reached the statue of Dr Gour at Teenbatti in the form of a procession and offered their tributes by garlanding them. 

On this occasion, all the Congressmen welcomed the newly appointed presidents with garlands after reaching the District Congress Office. Former City District Congress President Rekha Chaudhary duly handed over the charge to newly appointed President Pt. Rajkumar Pachauri and gave best wishes.

Senior Congress leader and former minister Prabhu Singh Thakur, former minister Surendra Chaudhary, Banda MLA Tarwar Singh Lodhi, former MP Nandlal Chaudhary, senior leaders Santosh Pandey, Mukul Purohit, Devendra Tomar, Sharda Khatik, Madhavi Chaudhary, Shyam Saraf, Prahlad Singh were present on this occasion. 

Thakur, Rakesh Rai, Ashok Srivastava, Mahendra Chowdhary, Ashu Bhaijaan, Uddet Dau, Kamlesh Singhai, Rajpal Singh, Ram Chhirari, Uttam Tawde, Raghuveer Singh, Jitendra Chowdhary, Rahul Choubey, Pt. Laxminarayan Sonkia, Anand Tomar, Dr. Dinesh Patariya , CB Tiwari, Ashish Astrologer, Awadhesh Tomar, Pt. Deepak Dubey, Shailendra Tomar, Omprakash Bina, Devendra Kushwaha, Nathuram Chowdhary, Manish Baghel, Shivkumar Vilehra, Ankleshwar Dubey, Rafik Gani, Shyam, Karwaria, Santosh Saraf, Sauraf Khatik , Mulle Chowdhary, Rajkumar Chowdhary, Deendayal Tiwari, Deepak Dubey, Ranjita Rana, Kamlesh Tiwari, Abhay Ahirwar, Rupesh Contractor, Rupesh Jadia, Virendra Raje Ed., Nathuram Chowdhary, Munnalal Goyal, Sanjay Patariya, Vijender Ghoshi, Shivraj Ladiya, Dhansingh Ahirwar , Zayed Khan, Sajid Raine, Prabhat Jain, Nishant Richaria, Dr. C.B. Tiwari, Sanna Bhaijaan, Virendra Mahawate, Mangu Chowdhary, Ajay Ahirwar, Dulichand Sakwar, Liladhar Suryavanshi, Ganesh Patariya, Mulle Chowdhary, along with hundreds of Congressmen welcomed the new president and expressed their determination with body, mind and wealth to take the Congress to new heights. did.

Taekwondo Competition- Six Players bagged Medals

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34th Sub Junior M.P. State-level Taekwondo sports competition was organized at Saroj Sagar from the 21st to the 22nd of January. 6 players of Taekwondo Sports Training Center of Sports Complex Sagar received medals. In which Yashasvi Pandit - Gold Medal, Vansh Sonkar - Gold Medal, Juhi Thakur - Gold Medal, Ritisha Jane - Gold Medal, Rupali Patel - Silver Medal, and Akshita Bhagwat - Bronze Medal.

 All these players get training in the Taekwondo game by Gaurav Godre at Sports Complex Sagar. Collector Mr Deepak Arya, Superintendent of Police Tarun Nayak and District Sports and Youth Welfare Officer Pradeep Abidra expressed happiness over his achievement.

The winning players were also congratulated by departmental trainers Premneti Rai, Seema Chakraborty, Sangeeta Singh, Mangal Singh Yadav, Shyamlal Pal, Umesh Chandra Mauy, Mahendra Singh Rajput, Chandan More, Ranjit Bain, Vivek Sen and senior players.