At the petrol pump set up by the police family in Narayanpur, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today filled petrol in the first customer’s car. He deducted the first slip from the bill book and handed it to the customer himself. Earlier, Mr. Baghel had inaugurated this petrol pump.
Police’s Mitan Police Petrol Pump is located in the new bus stand in Narayanpur. She was overwhelmed by the moment the Chief Minister filled petrol in Ms. Kavita Nag’s vehicle. In this newly constructed petrol pump built at a cost of about one crore, women of Naxal affected police family of the district will get regular employment. At the same time, providing them a means of livelihood, as well as will help in better living.
IG Mr. P. Sundararajan told Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel that all women employees will be employed in this newly constructed petrol pump. All these employees belong to the Naxal-affected police family of the district. By providing regular employment to these destitute women, their family members will be better maintained. He said that such an initiative would prove to be a milestone for Naxal-affected families and the proceeds from this would also increase the Police Assistance Fund. On this occasion, the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel discussed with Kokkanar resident Ms. Mangalo Gota and Dunga resident Ms. Savita Podiyam very well and learned about the method of pouring petrol in the vehicle and very affectionately got the first slip of the petrol bill book Hand assigned to the driver. On this occasion, Ms. Kavita Nag, a resident of Nayapara, who became the first consumer of Mitan Police Petrol Pump, told that a hundred rupees petrol was put in her vehicle. It was an unforgettable moment in his life. The Chief Minister was overwhelmed to see Mr. Bhupesh Baghel putting petrol in his vehicle. On this occasion, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel also got a group photo with all the staff working in the petrol pump.