Pathalgaon, Chhattisgarh, June 23 (UNI) Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said power cut would not be required in the state in the next decade as it has achieved self-sufficiency in terms of power production.
''No village or colony will remain devoid of power in the next three years,'' said Dr Singh, while addressing a public meeting here last night as a part of his 'Vikas Yatra'.
Pointing out that development was not just constructing roads and bridges, he said the government has provided employment to poor and made them self-reliant.
He inaugurated and laid foundation of development works worth Rs 55 crore here on the occasion. He added that a bonus of Rs 150 crore was being distributed in the state this year.
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