Chief Minister to visit Bastar division from January 9: will be included in programs organized in Narayanpur district on January 9 and 10


Chief Minister to visit Bastar division from January 9: will be included in programs organized in Narayanpur district on January 9 and 10

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will be on a tour of Bastar Division from January 9. The Chief Minister will attend various programs organized in Narayanpur district of the division on 09 and 10 January. During this, he will address the general meeting after inaugurating the foundation stone of development works in Narayanpur and will be involved in various programs including programs of Kendriya Vidyalaya Narayanpur, Adarsh ​​Gauthan Kerala, Swami Atmanand English Medium School Singoditarai, Ramakrishna Mission Ashram.
According to the scheduled tour program, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel will leave by helicopter from Raipur at 10.45 am on January 9 and reach Keralapal in Narayanpur district at 12 noon. Where they will observe Adarsh ​​Gauthan. The Chief Minister will visit Kendriya Vidyalaya Campus, Garanji Narayanpur at 12.55 pm. After this, he will address the general assembly after the inauguration and bhumi pujan of various development works and distribution of material to the beneficiaries of various schemes.
The Chief Minister will inaugurate Police Petrol Pump Narayanpur at 4.55 pm after observing Swami Atmanand English Medium School Singoditrai at 4 pm. He will attend the program of Ramakrishna Mission Ashram Narayanpur at 4.45 pm. Mr. Baghel will meet the heads of various organizations, heads of society, public representatives, youth representatives and officials at 6.30 pm at the rest house Narayanpur. The Chief Minister will take a night's rest in Narayanpur.
The Chief Minister will visit the Phuljhadu Processing Center at 11.30 am on January 10 next day and get to see the Malkhamb demonstration and the players of the Malkhamb Academy at 11.45 am.

 




Raipur : Rajim is not just a city, but also a symbol of Chhattisgarh's culture: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


Raipur : Rajim is not just a city, but also a symbol of Chhattisgarh's culture: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

 54 acres of land identified for new fair venue, there will be no shortage of funds to develop the facility
 Fingeshwar's new community health center named after Rajim Mahtari
 Announcement of grant of 05 acres land for Rajim Mata Research Institute
 Rs 50 lakh to be sanctioned for under-construction Dharamshala in Rajim

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Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that Rajim is not just a city, but a symbol of culture for the entire Chhattisgarh. He said that Rajim is not only the point of confluence of three rivers, but also a confluene point for cultures. People from all over Chhattisgarh as well as Odisha, Maharashtra also visit Rajim to attend the mega fair- ‘Rajim Mela’. Mr. Baghel expressed these views at the Jubilee Festival of Bhakti Mahtari Rajim Dai organized by Sahu Samaj in Rajim today. He said that Rajim has a history of hundreds of years. It is a symbol of our culture. He informed that District Administration has identified 54 acres of land for the new venue to organize Rajim Mela systematically. It also includes some private land, consent for which has been obtained from the land-owner farmers. He said that all necessary arrangements and construction will be done at the identified site, to ensure that the saints, government employees and other people coming from outside during the Rajim Mela do not face any inconvenience. He said that there will be no shortage of funds for this mega event. Rajim Mela is part of our cultural identity.

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Chief Minister announced that the newly constructed Community Health Center at Fingeshwar will be named after Bhakti Mahtari Rajim Dai. He also announced approval of Rs 50 lakh for the under-construction Dharamshala in Rajim and five acres of land for the Rajim Mata Research Institute. He said that to maintain its cultural identity, Chhattisgarh government has announced public holidays on festivals like Teeja-Pora, Karma Jayanti, Hareli, World Tribal Day and Chhath. Today, Chhattisgarh has its own state song, which is sung at the begining of any program. Mr. Baghel said that today the rural economy is being strengthened by various schemes launched by the government. Under Godhan Nyay Yojana, the government is procuring cow dung at 2 rupees/kg. Mr. Baghel said that every possible effort is being made by the government to arrange gunny bags for paddy procurement. He said that this year the supply of gunny bags of jute was affected due to Corona crisis, that is why Chhattisgarh had demanded only 3 and half lakh bales of gunny bags from the jute commissioner, but he said that only one lakh 45 thousand bales could be given. Out of which, Chhattisgarh has so far received only 1 lakh 05 thousand gunny bags. Chhattisgarh has purchased 70 thousand bales of plastic bags to keep the paddy procurement system going smoothly. Apart from this, sacks are also being arranged from rice millers, societies and farmers.

On the occasion, Mr. Baghel wished for the happiness and prosperity of the state after worshiping and garlanding Rajim Mahtari. On this occasion Home, Jail, Public Works Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary Ms. Shakuntala Sahu, Mahasamund MP Mr. Chunni Lal Sahu, Bilaspur MP Mr. Arun Sahu, Rajya Sabha MP Mr. Vivek Tankha, Thaneshwar Sahu, Ex-MP Mr. Chandulal Sahu, Abhanpur MLA Mr. Dhanendra Sahu, MLA Rajim Mr. Amitesh Shukla, Pradesh Sahu Union President Arjun Hirwani, Patron Mr. Vipin Sahu, Former Minister Smt. Ramshila Sahu, Sahu Samaj Officers Dr. Mamta Sahu, Mr. Moti Lal Sahu, other representatives, members were present.

 

 




Chief Minister inaugurates groundwater conservation works worth Rs 4.99 crore on Jaitrani Nala of Jogisar


 Chief Minister inaugurates groundwater conservation works worth Rs 4.99 crore on Jaitrani Nala of Jogisar

Mr. Baghel inspects newly-built stop dam built under Narva Vikas Yojana at the cost of Rs 36.53 lakh

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Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today left from Janjgir-Champa district via helicopter and reached Jogisar gram panchayat of Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district at 1pm. He also inspected the stop dam built under Narva Vikas Yojana at the cost of Rs 36 lakh 53 thousand at Jaitrani Nala. On the occasion, Mr. Baghel inaugurated groundwater conservation works done on Jaitrani Nala under Narva Vikas Yojana at the cost of Rs 4 crore 99 lakh, sanctioned from CAMPA fund. Thereafter Chief Minister interacted with the people of the village. On the occasion, Assembly Speaker Dr Charan Das Mahant, MP Mrs. Jyotsana Mahant and Revenue Minister Mr. Jai Singh Agrawal were also present.

      Chief Minister Mr. Baghel interacted with the farmers namely Mr. Shobharam Oraon, Mr. Uday Goad, Mr. Shankar Goad, Mr. Thakur Bhanu, Mr. Mahesh Singh Rajput, who have been benefitted from Jatarni Nala. These farmers told Chief Minister that ever since stop dams have been constructed on Jaitarni Nala, they get water-supply from the rivulet round the year. Because of which, pets don't have to wander for water and wild animals no more enter the village, making rural life safe for everyone.

Chief Minister told the villagers that State Government is reviving Narva (small and big drains) through water conservation and augmentation works under Suraji Gaon Yojana - Narva, Garuva, Ghurua, Bari. This will increase the availability of water in Narwa, improve the ground water-level in the areas around Narwa and maintain the soil moisture, which will encourage agriculture related activities. He suggested the villagers to plant fruitful and shady plants along the banks of the Nalas. Plantation of fruit trees on the banks of the stream will provide food for animals, resultantly they will not come to the village. This will make rural life safer. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel advised women of self-help groups to join various income oriented activities such as mid-day meal program, vegetable production, poultry, duck farming to become more financially independent and empowered. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel took information about the production, sale and payment of paddy from the villagers and talked about planting fruitful plants as well as the greens and vegetables along the banks of the Jaitarni Nala.

On this occasion, Bilaspur IG Mr. Ratan Lal Dangi, Chief Conservator of Forests Bilaspur Mr. Naved, Chief Conservator of Wildlife Mr. Anil Soni, Forest Officer of Marwahi Forest Division Mr. R. K. Mishra, District Panchayat member Mrs. Sangeeta Karsayal, District Member Mrs. Gunjan Rathore, Ms. Shahana Begum, Bhan Bai and a large number of district and police administration officials and villagers were present.  

 

 

 




:Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel announces upgrading of Kotmi Sub-Tehsil to Tehsil at inauguration-foundation laying ceremony held at Danikundi village of Marwahi block


:Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel announces upgrading of Kotmi Sub-Tehsil to Tehsil at inauguration-foundation laying ceremony held at Danikundi village of Marwahi block

Mr. Baghel announces construction of Baiga Cottage in Rajmergarh at the cost of Rs one crore 27 lakh

Blood bank to be established in the district

Forest Processing Centre to be established in village Dhanauli

Construction of Bacharvar-Kotkharra Road and Nimdha-Darmohli road announced

Mr. Baghel announces construction of bridge on Tipan River en route Kotkharra-Bacharvar

Every Possible Effort would be made for Development of Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district: Chief Minister

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”Our Government is committed to the development of farmers, labourers and poor people”, said Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel while addressing the inauguration-foundation laying ceremony of development works organized at village Danikundi of Marwahi block. As soon as the government came into power, farmers’ loan were waived off, paddy procurement at support price was ensured, schemes like Rajiv Gandhi Kisaan Nyay Yojana, Godhan Nyay Yojana were launched and farmers-labourers were benefitted under MNREGA.

Chief Minister said that formation of Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district was an effort to include this region into the mainstream development. Soon after formation of the new district, officials were appointed and new offices were established at an expedited pace in Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district. No stone was left unturned for development of the newly-constituted district. In future as well, every possible effort will be made for the development of Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district as the expectations of people, said Chief Minister.

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi district is blessed with natural beauty. It is home to many historical heritage, tourist spots of religious significance. Soon tourist destinations would be developed in this region and Arpa Mahotsav would be organized. Chief Minister made several announcements on the occasion including construction of Baiga cottage in Rajmergarh at the cost of Rs one crore 27 lakh, establishing blood bank in the district, forest processing center in village Dhanauli, construction of Bacharvar-Kotkharra Road, Nimdha-Darmohli Road, bridge construction on Tipaan River en route Kotkharra-Bacharvar.
The programme was also addressed by Assembly Speaker Dr Charandas Mahant, MP Jyotsana Mahant, Marwahi MLA Dr KK Dhruv. On the occasion, various goods were distributed to the beneficiaries under a number of welfare schemes. Meanwhile, Collector Ms Namrata Gandhi, SP Mr. Suraj Singh Parihar and other officials and dignitaries were also present.

 




Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the furnished Government District Library Building at Pendri.


Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the furnished Government District Library Building at Pendri.

Students will be able to prepare for competitive examinations like UPSC, PSC, NEET, JEE, Bank and Vyapam in the library built at a cost of about 1.50 crores.

Raipur  : :Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated the grand and equipped government district library in the village pendry near the district headquarters Janjgir. Assembly Speaker Dr. Charandas Mahant, Minister in-charge of Janjgir-Champa district, Shri TS Singhdev and MLA Shri Ramkumar Yadav were also present on the occasion.
With the release of the District Library, students will be able to prepare for various competitive exams like UPSC, PSC, NEET, JEE, Bank and Vyapam, sitting in a quiet environment away from the noise of the city. People interested in reading books will also get the facility to study books based on various genres and thematic knowledge.
This government digital library located in Pendri has more than 6 thousand books as well as various magazines, magazines, books based on biographies of legends and digital library. Separate study is available for students preparing for competitive exams like UPSC, PSC, NEET, JEE, Bank and Vyapam etc.
The library is fully equipped with Wi-Fi facility. A computer lab has also been prepared for digital information. The library has facilities for drinking water, toiletries, locker rooms etc. The common people and the people of the district will get its benefits. On this occasion Mr. Yashwant Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Mrs. Parul Mathur, District Panchayat CEO Mr. Teerth Raj Agarwal, Departmental Officer, Distinguished Citizen were present.

 

 

 




All the officials of Janjgir-Champa district are eligible for piety for organizing a successful program- Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


All the officials of Janjgir-Champa district are eligible for piety for organizing a successful program- Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

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  Raipur  :Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel congratulated and congratulated all the departmental officers including the Collector, Superintendent of Police for their successful conduct of various programs in Janjgir-Champa district with free words.

The Chief Minister, who is on a two-day stay in Janjgir-Champa district, got acquainted with the administrative, police and departmental officers in the family atmosphere respectively at the Circuit House in Janjgir today. The introduction started with Collector Yashwant Kumar. Subsequently, Superintendent of Police, Mrs. Parul Mathur and district level departmental officers gave information about themselves and their families respectively.
Speaker of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly Dr. Charan Das Mahant, Minister in-charge of Janjgir-Champa district and Minister of Public Health and Family Welfare, Panchayat and Rural Development of the state, Shri TS Singhdev, MLA Shri Ramkumar Yadav were present at the introduction program of officials. Earlier, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel extended heartfelt greetings and best wishes to all officers.

 




Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Pali-Tanakhar MLA Mr. Mohitram Kerketta's mother, attended the Dashgatra and condolence program


Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Pali-Tanakhar MLA Mr. Mohitram Kerketta's mother, attended the Dashgatra and condolence program

Self Worshiped the flowers on the portrait of Mrs. Jugribai Careketta

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, during his two-day stay in Korba, reached Polmi, the home village of Pali-Tanakhar MLA, Mr. Mohitram Kerketta today and attended the funeral and condolence program of his late mother. Chief Minister Worshiped Mrs. Jugribai Kerketta on flowers and paid tribute to her and expressed her condolences by meeting heartbroken family members.
    On this occasion, President of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly Dr. Charan Das Mahant, Minister in charge of School Education and Korba District, Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaysingh Agrawal, Lok Sabha MP Mrs. Jyotsna Mahant, Katghora MLA Mr. Purushottam Kanwar, Marwahi MLA Dr. Dhruv, Village Sarpanch of Panchayat Polmi, Mrs. Sunita Kerketta, Upasarpanch Mr. Badri Narayan Kaivart and other public representatives and other dignitaries were present.




Chief Minister will give development works worth more than Rs 836 crores to Korba district residents: about seven and a half crores of material to beneficiaries, will distribute check amount


Chief Minister will give development works worth more than Rs 836 crores to Korba district residents: about seven and a half crores of material to beneficiaries, will distribute check amount

On January 4 and 5, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will hand over 883 development works worth more than Rs 836 crore to the residents of Korba. In the program, the Chief Minister will inaugurate 159 development works worth more than Rs 776 crore and 38 development works worth about Rs 61 crore. About seven and a half crore materials will also be distributed by the Chief Minister to 686 beneficiaries under various schemes.

    Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel Hardibazar-Tarda-Sarvamangala-Imlikhapar 27.19 km concrete road to be built at a cost of 199 crores, Bhoomipujan of 64 km Katghora-Hardibazar-Baloda-Akaltara Industrial Corridor to be built at a cost of 204 crores, at a cost of 30 crores. 22 km Chotia-Chirmiri Road Upgradation & Renovation, 06 High School buildings to be built at Mudhali-Katseira-Semra-Mungadih-Jarve and Lemru at a cost of 5.70 crores, 29 km Kotmi-Pasan-Katghora road upgrade and renovation at a cost of 17.67 crores. Adarsh ​​Residential College Building at Banjari costing Rs 10.06 crore, Bridges constructed at a cost of 19.15 crore on the Hasdev River between Jhora-Kodiaghat, Ghinara-Parsakhola and Putwa three diversions and land reclamation of construction works of Tortoise and Hardi anicut 18.24 crore will do.

    The Chief Minister will also perform Bhoomipujan for tribal girls hostel buildings to be constructed at a cost of 5.36 crore for tribal girls in Baghel Kartala, Hardibazar and Pody-Upora. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel will perform bhumi poojan of 13 roads to be constructed at a cost of about 70 crore to increase the convenience of commuting in rural areas of Korba district.

    The Chief Minister will also inaugurate various development works in Baghel district. It includes new ITI and hostel buildings at Podi-Uproda at a cost of 3.13 crores, 220 residential flats at Korba-Katghora-Pali and Kartala at a cost of 26.70 crores, Composite buildings constructed at District Hospital at a cost of 2.74 crores, 1.34 crores. Construction of Fire Station at Korba at a cost of Rs. 3.76 Crore, Construction of Arts and Culture Center at Korba, Furnished Library Building at Korba at a cost of Rs. 3.30 Crore, two water supply schemes at Pakriya and Labed at a cost of Rs. 85 Lakh and Rs. 81 Lakh. The new primary health center buildings and 12 newly constructed Gram Panchayat buildings in Lalpur-Chotia and Chachiya will also be inaugurated at a cost of Rs.

    In the program, the Chief Minister distributed material and assistance to the beneficiaries under various schemes, an amount of Rs. One lakh under the Chief Minister Construction Labor Death Assistance Scheme to 09 beneficiaries, Tractor-Trolley distribution of Rs. 22 lakh to the beneficiaries under the Antyapasayi Vikas Samiti. Distribute mini kits to 100 beneficiaries for gill net, cage, mahajal, vegetable farming to 100 beneficiaries for passenger vehicle and goods vehicle and fisheries. During this period, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will provide assistance to 20 self-help groups for self-employment for 10 lakh rupees and five disabled beneficiaries motorized tricycles at a cost of two lakh 44 thousand.




Chhattisgarh Mahtari's service is our resolve: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel : Bilaspur Airport to be named after Bilasa Bai Kevtin


Chhattisgarh Mahtari's service is our resolve: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel : Bilaspur Airport to be named after Bilasa Bai Kevtin

Central Library to be named after former  Bilaspur MLA Late Pandit Shivdulare Mishra and Tarbahar English Medium School to be named after Sheikh Gaffar

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated and performed Bhoomi Pujan for development works worth more than Rs 650 crore during his stay in Bilaspur. He made three important announcements while addressing the general assembly in a function held at the local Lal Bahadur Shastri School ground. These include the naming of the Central Library after former MLA of Bilaspur Late Pandit Shivdulare Mishra, naming of the English school at Tarabahar after Sheikh Gaffar and naming of the Airport to be built in Bilaspur after Bilasa Bai Kevtin.

Home Minister and District In-charge Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Urban Administration and Development Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahriya, Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. Rashmi Ashish Singh Thakur, MLA Mr. Shailesh Pandey, Mayor of Municipal Corporation Bilaspur Shri Ramsharan Yadav, Chairman of State Cooperative Bank, Mr. Baijnath Chandrakar, Chairman of District Panchayat Bilaspur, Mr. Arun Chauhan were present on this occasion

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated and performed Bhoomi Pujan of development and construction works worth Rs. 650 crores in a program organized at Bilaspur today. On this occasion, while wishing a happy new year, Chief Minister said that the Chhattisgarh government is realizing the dream that our forefathers had dreamt of creating Chhattisgarh state. Chhattisgarhi government has been formed in the state of Chhattisgarh, due to which there has been prosperity in the lives of farmers, tribals, labourers and people belonging to the poor sections of the society in the last two years.

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that soon after the formation of the government, it was decided to first waive off the loans of farmers and purchase paddy at the rate of 25 hundred rupees. The peasants of the state came out of debt. Trade in Chhattisgarh gained momentum due to loan waiver and purchase of paddy on support price. Positive impact was seen from the bullion market to the automobile sector. Sales of tractors and agricultural implements increased. The Chief Minister said that the number of farmers in the state has increased by one and a half times in the last two years. This is the result of farmer friendly policies and programs of our government.

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that farmers are moving towards prosperity with the help given by the state government to farmers. He said that the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana has been launched with an aim to give the farmers the right price for their produce and to increase crop productivity. On this occasion, the Chief Minister reiterated his resolve to fulfill the promises made to the farmers.

The Chief Minister said that the Chhattisgarh Government's farmer-friendly policies are getting favorable results. He said that earlier farmers used to sell paddy and buy motor cycles. In Chhattisgarh state, now cattle rearers have started buying motorcycles by selling cow dung. This has been made possible by the Government of Chhattisgarh's Godhan Nyaya Yojana. He said that in view of the benefits arising out of selling cow dung under the Godan Nyaya Yojana, people have started serving Gaumata.

Chief Minister said that the government of Chhattisgarh is the government of Janata Janardan. Our resolve is to serve Chhattisgarh Mahtari. He hoped that the participation of all the people would give a new dimension to the development of the state. The government is always ready to serve the 2 crore 80 lakh people of the state and will remain so. On this occasion, the Chief Minister announced the naming of Central Library after former MLA of Bilaspur Late Pandit Shivdulare Mishra, naming of English school at Tarabahar after Sheikh Gaffar and naming of the airport to be built in Bilaspur after Bilasa Bai Kevtin

Home Minister and Minister in-charge of Bilaspur district, Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu said that the entire country and the world was troubled by the global epidemic in the last nine months. Despite this, the state government continued to work unitedly for the good of the people. He said that since the formation of our government, the work of preserving and saving the culture of Chhattisgarh is being done. A holiday has been declared on the traditional Teej festival of Chhattisgarh. This is a true measure of development. Now ordinary citizens are also accepting that a Chhattisgarhi government in the state is serving the people. He said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, the state of Chhattisgarh is moving towards rapid development. Government's schemes have started a new wave of change in the lives of common people. He said that Chhattisgarh government is working to preserve the pride and culture of the state.

Water Resources Minister Shri Ravindra Choubey said that due to Covid-19, the economy of the whole country was stalled. Despite this, the GST recovery in the state has increased by 23 percent. There has been a 10 percent increase in the previous month. The Battle of Corona continues in Chhattisgarh. The state government has a target of purchasing 90 lakh metric tonnes of paddy this year. Permission to purchase rice in FCI has not been issued by the Central Government so far. Under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, 4500 crores have been deposited in the farmers' account in three installments. The economic condition of the people is also improving with the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. 100 crore rupees has been sanctioned for the conservation of the Arpa river, the lifeline of Bilaspur district. Two barrages will be constructed in future which will increase the water level.

Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahriya said that within two years of the coming of our government, development works are going on with rapid pace in all the urban bodies of the state. Leasing is being done under the Rajiv Gandhi Aashrya Yojana. People are being treated under the Chief Minister Urban Slum Scheme. Diagnostic centers are being opened in the municipal area where CT Scans etc. will be started at a lower rate. There will be a system of low cost treatment. The Pauni Pasari scheme is being operated in 166 urban bodies of the state. During the Corona period, migrant workers from outside were given Charan Paduka on the instructions of the Chief Minister. All-round development of the state is taking place under the leadership of Bhupesh Baghel.

 Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. Rashmi Singh, MLA Mr. Shailesh Pandey also addressed the occasion. Collector, Dr. Saransh Mitter read the report. Former Rajya Sabha MP Smt Kamala Manhar and other public representatives and a large number of distinguished citizens were present on the occasion.

 



Mr vivek k tankha rajasabha sadsya supporting and sitting with formers at dharna


Mr vivek k tankha rajasabha sadsya supporting and sitting with formers at dharna

Delhi-Mr Vivek Tankha is the First Member Of Parliament From Hindi Heartland To have guts & come openly in support of Farmers agitation by sitting on Dharna on 2 January 2021 with Farmers with VN Singh at UP Delhi Ghazipur Border & Breaking the myth that it’s an agitation Of only Punjab & Haryana ! Thousands of Farmers from UP Spl Tarai are sitting in severe cold Of Delhi since one month.

 




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