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9:11 am - Friday January 20, 2017

CM Chouhan goes round Bhopal city till late night

For a reality check of arrangements and facilities being provided to the poor, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan paid surprise visits to various localities in Bhopal city on Saturday night. Shri Chouhan was accompanied by his wife Smt. Sadhna Singh.

During his visit, Shri Chouhan interacted with people lying on both sides of road in front of Police Headquarters. He asked people why they do not go to Rain Basera? Shri Chouhan directed the collector to take all these people to Rain Basera. Most of people lying there wished to stay where they were. Keeping their wish in view, the Chief Minister directed to make arrangement of bonfire there.

From there, the Chief Minister reached Sultania Lady Hospital. There too, he enquired about people’s problems and directed the collector to make arrangements. He also inspected lodging arrangements at Rain Basera in front of the hospital.

Later, Shri Chouhan visited Bus Stand and asked local people about arrangements there. He also visited Rain Baseras at Hamidia Hospital and Bus Stand. Later, he enquired about well being from people staying at New Market Rain Basera. Shri Chouhan also sipped tea at Super Tea Stall at New Market.
Shri Chouhan interacted freely with people at various places and directed collector to solve problems indicated by them. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan continued his visits rill late night. Shri Chouhan directed to improve sanitation arrangements at Rain Baseras. He instructed to arrange bonfires in the city as per requirement.

Divisional Commissioner Shri S.B. Singh and Municipal Commissioner Shri Vivesh Garhpale accompanied the Chief Minister.

Posted in: Bhopal

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