Gadchiroli March 19 (District Correspondent) Armori Assembly MLA Krishna Gajbhe has raised many important issues of his constituency urging the government to resolve these issues immediately.
Many villages in Armori Assembly area are located in remote and sensitive areas. However, the citizens of those villages have not been able to get the necessary facilities provided by the government as yet. Considering this serious matter, the MLA of Armori Assembly area, Krishna Gajbe, has demanded immediate solving of various problems in Armori assembly area. Mr. Gajbhe raised this issue before the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in the budget session of the state.
Mainly because the new Gram Panchayats in Armori Assembly Constituency have not yet been included in the online process, there will be problem of the Prime Minister Awas Yojana. In urban areas, a subsidy of Rs. 2.50 lakhs is given for the gharkuls but in rural areas this allotment is just Rs. 1.50 lakhs, he pointed out. As the required materials have to be purchased from the urban areas and the cost of transportation is high, this allocation of Rs. 1.50 is very low and should be raised to Rs. 2.50, he demanded.
Proposals for new building of Kurkheda and Armori Panchayat Samiti in Armori have been submitted to the government. This proposal should be approved and funds be made available for the construction of new building immediately, Gajbhe further demanded. The salary of gram rozgar sewak and data operators working under Gram Panchayat should be increased. Necessary funds should be made available for the construction of Pandan roads in rural areas. Ration cards have been prepared for two or three years, but the card holders are still not getting ration, the MLA pointed out.
Two years ago, a proposal was submitted regarding giving the status of primary health centre to the sub-centres of health department at Purada in Kurkheda taluka and Deulgaon in Armori taluka. Due to the lack of CT scan facilities in the sub district hospital, the citizens of the rural areas are referred to the District General Hospital. Meanwhile, due to lack of access to proper treatment, many have to face difficulties and lose their lives. City Scan should be arranged immediately, demanded Mr. Gajbhe.
As proposals have been submitted to the concerned department regarding the above demands, the Minister of the concerned departments should resolve the issue as soon as possible, Gajbe demanded.