Raman Singh (born 15 October 1952) is a prominent Indian politician from the state of Chhattisgarh. He served as the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh for three consecutive terms from 2003 to 2018, making him the longest-serving Chief Minister in the state’s history.
During his tenure, Raman Singh focused on rural development, agricultural growth, and social welfare. He implemented various initiatives to improve the lives of farmers, including schemes to enhance agricultural productivity and provide irrigation facilities. His government also prioritized healthcare, education, and women’s empowerment, launching programs to improve access to healthcare services and promote education in rural areas.
Under Raman Singh’s leadership, Chhattisgarh experienced significant progress in infrastructure development, attracting industrial investments, and combating left-wing extremism. He implemented policies to drive industrial growth, create job opportunities, and strengthen security measures to maintain peace and stability in the state.
Raman Singh’s governance style, focused on inclusive development and welfare, has earned him recognition and respect. His contributions to the growth and transformation of Chhattisgarh have left a lasting impact on the state’s development trajectory.