All the members of the District Panchayat Mungeli donated their one-day honorarium in Chief Minister's Assistance Fund.
Mungeli 25 May 2021 Novel Korana (Kovid-19) is being donated free of cost to the Chief Minister's Assistance Fund and District Assistance Fund by many social organizations and social services of the district to prevent the epidemic. In this episode, all the members of the District Panchayat Mungeli today sent their one-day honorarium in the Chief Minister's Relief Fund to the Collector in-charge of the district, Rohit Vyas, for a check of Rs 85 thousand 750.
Among these, the President of District Panchayat, Mrs. Lekhani Sonu Chandrakar, District Panchayat Vice President Sanjit Banerjee, Chairman Mrs. Bharti Lokram Sahu, Chairman Mrs. Ambalika Sahu, Chairman Mrs. Laila Bai Dhidhe, Chairman Sushwani Aghn Singh Singh Maravi, Chairman Mrs. Rajni Manik Sonwani Mrs. Ranu Sanjay Kesharwani, Member Mrs. Durga Umashankar Sahu, Member Mrs. Sheelu Sahu and Member Mrs. Jageshwari Verma. Collector in-charge Vyas expressed his thanks to all the members of the Zilla Panchayat for the assistance given to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for the rescue of Novel Korana (Kovid-19) epidemic. In addition to the District Panchayat, Harjit Singh Hura was also present on this occasion.
District Panchayat members supported 20 lakh rupees to help patients in the new Kovid Hospital, Balodabazar
Raipur, 25 May 2021 District Panchayat Balodabazar has contributed Rs 20 lakhs to assist the patients in 500 bedded Kovid Care Hospital built by converting the warehouse of Krishi Upaj Mandi at District Headquarters, Balodabazar. District Panchayat President Rakesh Verma handed over a check for Rs 20 lakh to the District Collector Sunil Jain. Jain expressed his gratitude to all the members for their cooperation. He said that corona can be avoided only by following the rules of rescue with solidarity. On this occasion, CEO of Fariha Alam Siddiqui and members of Zilla Panchayat were present.
It is noteworthy that this hospital equipped with 120 oxygen beds was launched by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on 7th of this month through video conferencing and congratulated the residents of the district for constructing the hospital in a record 20 days. The Mandi godown has been converted into hospitals with the support of public representatives, industries, District Mineral Trust Fund, public cooperation and district administration. Teams of 13 doctors are stationed here.