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Cultural heritage of Chhattisgarh is our identity: Chief Minister Mr. Baghel

Cultural heritage of Chhattisgarh is our identity: Chief Minister Mr. Baghel

Announcement of construction of 50-bed hospital, sub-tehsil and bhadisar reservoir to Kosir in Sarangarh

Initiative will be taken to start a closed jute mill of Raigad

Chief Minister joins All India Ramnami Mahasabha Bade Bhajan Mela

Fourth installment of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana before 31 March

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today attended the All India Ramnami Mahasabha Bade Bhajan Mela organized in village-Nandeli of Sarangarh development block of Raigad district. He worshiped Jayastambha. The Chief Minister announced the construction of a 50-bed hospital in Sarangarh, to make Kosir a sub-tehsil, and a reservoir in Bhadisar.

    Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, where did you find the couplets of Sant Kabir, I am in your possession, said that the people of Ramnami society got Ram's name in their body and installed it in themselves instead of finding God outside. is. He said that people of Ramnami society practice hard work. Rama's name is written all over the body. Odhni also carries the name of Rama. The state government is working to cherish, cherish and carry forward the rich cultural heritage of Chhattisgarh. Ram Van Gaman Path is being constructed by spending about 135 crores. In which 9 places are being developed as tourist destinations this year.

    Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that the government is continuously taking beneficial decisions for the farmers. All necessary arrangements have been made for paddy purchase in support price. So far 86 lakh metric tonnes of paddy has been purchased this year. New committees and paddy buying centers have been opened for the convenient procurement of paddy. Due to the conditions arising due to corona, the supply of gunny bags was affected, so the purchase of gunny bags with ration bags and plastic gunny bags was approved so that the purchase would not be affected. Work is being done to start the jute mill located in Raigad. So that people can get employment and the shortage of gunny bags can also be removed. Under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, the input incentive amount of about Rs 5750 crore is being deposited directly to the paddy growing farmers in their account. 4500 crore rupees have been given in three installments under the scheme. The fourth installment will be given before 31 March.
    The Chief Minister said that for the first time in the country, the Godhan Nyaya Yojana was launched to strengthen the rural economy. Under which the cow dung is being purchased for two rupees a kilo. Due to this, additional income is being provided to the cowherds, farmers and villagers. With the creation of vermi compost, women have got a new way of self-reliance. Earlier people used to buy motorcycles by selling paddy, now they are buying motorcycles only by selling cow dung. Vermi compost is promoting organic farming. The fertility of the land is increasing. The quality of crops is also improving.

    Higher Education Minister Shri Umesh Patel said that this fair is a rich cultural heritage of ours. It has been organized before the independence of the country. This year is the 112th year of the event. The practice of Ramnami society gives the message of social strength. Food Minister Shri Amarjeet Singh Bhagat said that the path of devotion of people of Ramnami society is unique. A message of hard work and social love is received. He said that the government under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel is fulfilling its promises. According to its declaration, through loan waiver and through Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana, the highest price of paddy in the whole country is being found in Chhattisgarh.
    MLA Sarangarh Shrimati North Ganpat Jagade also addressed the program on the occasion. On this occasion, MLA Raigad Shri Prakash Naik, MLA Dharamjaygarh Shri Laljit Singh Rathia, MLA Lelunga Shri Chakradhar Singh Sidar and public representatives including villagers were present.


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