Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attended a tribute meeting of senior journalist Late Shri Lalit Surjan: Humble tribute of paid
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today attended a tribute meeting of late Shri Lalit Surjan, a progressive thinker, writer, poet and senior journalist. He laid a wreath on the portrait of Late Shri Lalit Surjan and paid him a humble tribute. The Chief Minister said in this tribute meeting held at Mata Sanudari Sabha in Khalsa School Complex that Shri Lalit Surjan ji's death is an irreparable loss for all of us. Journalism suffered due to his demise and we lost a guardian. People from every section used to discuss serious topics with him. We would not have imagined such a social event in Raipur and they should not attend it. Who will fill this vacant place due to his departure.
Highlighting the easy-going and humble personality of Late Shri Lalit Surjan, Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that Lalit ji used to mix with people of every ideology. Even though their views were different, they used to listen to their words with a smile. The flame which was lit by late Shri Mayaram Surjan ji through Deshbandhu, was carried forward by Mr. Lalit Surjan ji very well. Many people descended from the school of Deshbandhu reached many heights. The Chief Minister said that even though Shri Lalit Surjan ji is not with us today, his thoughts and memories of moments spent with him are with us. Lalit Surjan ji was rich in versatility. He has made distinctive contributions in many fields. It will be our true tribute to him to carry forward his thoughts and actions. The Chief Minister expressed condolences to the family members of Late Shri Lalit Surjan Ji and prayed to God for the peace of his soul. A tribute was paid to the late Shri Lalit Surjan ji by keeping two minutes of silence in the tribute meeting. Mahase Rajeshree Ram Sundar Das, President of Goseva Commission, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Housing Board, Shri Kuldeep Juneja, Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Vinod Verma, many senior journalists, litterateurs, public representatives, representatives of various organizations and enlightened citizens were present in the tribute meeting.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel handed over 196 development works worth Rs 792 crore to Jashpur district: 94 works costing Rs 656 crore Bhoomi Pujan: 102 works costing Rs 137 crore
Construction in Jashpur district at a cost of Rs 568.80 crores
Worship of 64 roads
Inauguration of completed works of solar irrigation pumps, solar home light and solar plant installation completed at a cost of about Rs 62.68 crores.
The Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, today handed over 196 different development works to the district at a cost of Rs. Of these, the Chief Minister inaugurated 94 works costing Rs 655 crore 77 lakh and 102 works costing Rs 137 crore. On this occasion, Food Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat, Higher Education Minister Mr. Umesh Patel, Chairman of Central Region Tribal Development Authority Mr. Laljit Singh Rathia, Deputy Chairman of Scheduled Caste Development Authority, Mrs. North Ganpat Jangade, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Mr. Girish Dewangan, MLA Jashpur Mr. Vinay Bhagat, Raigarh MLA Mr. Prakash Naik, Lailunga MLA Mr. Chakradhar Sidar and many public representatives including a large number of prominent citizens were present.
The Chief Minister performed Bhoomi Pujan for 64 roads to be built at a cost of Rs 568 crore 80 lakh in Jashpur district. Out of these works, 32 roads to be constructed by the Public Works Department at a cost of Rs 359 crore 63 lakh, 28 roads to be built at a cost of Rs 205 crore 65 lakh under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana and 3 under Mukhyamantri Gram Sadak Yojana There are 4 roads constructed at a cost of Rs. 52 lakhs. Construction of bridges and culverts will also be done on many of these roads. With the completion of these works, people will be able to get better facilities in rural areas of Jashpur district. The Chief Minister also inaugurated 40 works of roads completed at a cost of Rs 38 crore 28 lakh in the program.
The Chief Minister inaugurated solar irrigation pumps, solar home light and solar plant installation works completed by CREDA in this district of Vananchal at a cost of about Rs 62 crore 68 lakh. These works include installation of 1927 solar irrigation pumps installed under the Solar Sujala scheme at a cost of Rs 47 crore 85 lakhs, 74 solar irrigation pumps installed for drinking water in Gothans and pastures at a cost of Rs 2 crore 9 lakhs, 6 crores 110 solar dual pumps installed for drinking water at a cost of Rs 29 lakhs, 1301 solar home lights installed at a cost of Rs 5 crore 30 lakhs and at Jashupar Garden and Pathalgaon Courts and Practices Court at a cost of Rs 1 crore 15 lakhs. The installation of 4 solar power plants has been included.
Mr. Baghel undertook the work of installation of 1 thousand solar irrigation pumps under the Solar Sujala scheme at a cost of Rs 28.60 crore in Jashpur district, 150 solar irrigation pumps to be installed for drinking water in Gothans and pastures at a cost of Rs 4.96 crore, 6.66 crore Under the Jeevan Jeevan Mission at a cost of Rs, 45 solar dual pumps and tank installation works were also performed.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel reached Jashpur on a two-day stay today ..
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel reached Jashpur on a two-day stay today. Chief Minister was given a warm welcome at Police Line Helipad Jashpur. On this occasion, the Minister in-charge of Khagh and District Mr. Amarjit Bhagat, Higher Education Minister Mr. Umesh Patel, MLA Jashpur Mr. Vinay Bhagat, Raigarh MLA Mr. Prakash Naik, Dharamjaygarh MLA Mr. Lalji Singh Rathia, Lailunga MLA Mr. Chakradhar Sidar, Commissioner Ms. Geneviva Kindo, Collector Shri Mahadev Kanvera, Superintendent of Police Shri Balaji Rao, distinguished citizens, public representatives and officials were present.
1336 crore rupees in the pocket of 38.42 lakh consumers of the state so far from half bill of electricity: Chhattisgarh government's electricity bill half plan has illuminated millions of lives
Chhattisgarh government's half-power bill scheme can see happiness on the face of millions of domestic electricity consumers in the state. Under this scheme launched by the state government under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, till date 38 lakh 42 thousand 50 consumers have been given domestic subsidy of 1336 crores by the Chhattisgarh government, or it can be said that the pocket of the people directly 1336 crores has been saved.
It is worth noting that in the country's electricity hub Chhattisgarh, many schemes have been operated to provide electricity to farmers and poor families at concessional rates, for the first time in half electricity bill scheme, up to 400 units of domestic electricity consumers will be half of the bill. Exempted. On the special initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, the Half Electricity Bill Scheme launched in Chhattisgarh from March 1, 2019, entitles domestic consumers to 50 percent rebate on the effective tariff on electricity consumption up to 400 units per month. The equivalent amount of this exemption is given by the state government as a grant to the power distribution company. As of September 2020, a total of 38 lakh 42 thousand 50 consumers have taken advantage of this scheme. From March 2019 till now, domestic subsidy of 1336 crores has been given to domestic consumers by Chhattisgarh government
Many such families of low and middle income groups are among the domestic electricity consumers, for whom it was very difficult in the era of inflation to get electricity bills. Convenience of electricity supply at concessional rates was like a far-fetched for this class, on the contrary, due to increase in power tariff within a few years, people of this class had to pay the increased electricity bills of their homes. In order to meet this increasing economic burden, he was forced to cut his other essential expenses.
The new government, formed in December 2018 under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, sensed the problems of this category of domestic consumers with full sensitivity and implementing the policy of 'Sabka Sath-Sabka Vikas' for all domestic electricity consumers Implemented the 'Half Electricity Bill Scheme' from 01 March 2019 and fulfilled its big promise. The 'Half Electricity Bill Scheme' is proving to be an unexpected and enjoyable change plan for millions of domestic electricity consumers in the state. Millions of domestic electricity consumers in the state had never even imagined such a plan. The scheme has provided great relief to the people of this class. The electricity bill of thousands of rupees of their houses was reduced to a few hundreds. Now, the cost incurred for these consumers in cutting their home electricity bills has been halved, now they can use the savings amount in other works.
Under the Half Electricity Bill Scheme, all the domestic consumers of the state are being given a rebate of half the bill amount on the basis of effective electricity rates on electricity consumed up to 400 units per month. Earlier consumers had to pay Rs 4.50 per unit, at present they would have to pay Rs 2.30 per unit on 400 units of electricity consumption. The benefit of this scheme is for all BPLs in the state. And other domestic category consumers. From the beginning of the half-power bill scheme till September 2020, a concession of Rs. 1336 crore 19 lakh has been given to about 38 lakh 42 thousand consumers of the state. With the implementation of this scheme, the electricity bill of the domestic electricity consumers of the state has been reduced to half, due to which the consumers of the lower and middle classes have been able to meet other requirements from the amount of savings. Due to the work done for the development of sustainable and quality power supply and power infrastructure, there has also been an increase in the number of electricity consumers and beneficiaries benefited from the Half-Electricity Bill Scheme. When the Half Electricity Bill Scheme was started in March 2019, the number of electricity consumers was 45 lakh 65 thousand. Out of these, 29 lakh 45 thousand consumers got the benefit of the Half Electricity Bill Scheme. The number of electricity consumers increased to 47 lakh 9 thousand in the month of September 2020. Out of which 38 lakh 42 thousand consumers got the benefit of Half Power Scheme.
Chhattisgarh CM writes to Union Food and Public Distribution Minister Piyush Goyal : Timely custom milling of acquired paddy: CM Bhupesh Baghel
Requests for permission to procure 26 lakh tons of rice and 14 lakh tons of arwa rice in Food Corporation of India
Raipur, December 3, 2020
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Union Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Minister Piyush Goyal and sought his permission for procurement of 26 lakh metric tonnes of parboiled (usna) rice and 14 lakh metric tonnes of raw (arwa) rice by the Food Corporation of India under the central pool in Kharif year 2020-21, considering timely custom milling of paddy purchased from farmers on MSP in the state and proper utilisation of the state’s (usna and arwa) custom milling capacity of Chhattisgarh.
In his letter, the chief minister has written that 400 usna rice mills in the state have usna milling capacity of 5.68 lakh metric tonne per month and 1504 arwa rice mills in the state have arwa milling capacity of 18.83 lakh metric tonne per month.
Informing the minister that Food Corporation of India in kharif year 2016-17 and earlier had procured parboiled as well as raw rice, the chief minister said that the FCI should procure the surplus paddy (parboiled and raw) from the state so that paddy procured under DCP scheme can be timely processed without any damage to paddy.
He wrote that the Centre has approved the action plan to take 60 lakh metric tonnes of rice after custom milling of paddy to be procured at the support price in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21 in the state of Chhattisgarh.
Out of this, it is expected that 40 lakh metric tonne surplus rice will be procured by the FCI under central pool and remaining 20 lakh metric tonne (15 lakh metric tonne arwa under NFSA and 4.80 lakh MT arwa and 0.20 lakh MT usna under state pool) rice will be procured by the Chhattisgarh State Civil Supplies Corporation for requirement under PDS.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel’s another compassionate initiative: Government to ensure admission of students from remote areas into private medical institutions
The students who qualified NEET but couldn’t register for counseling due to network problem, government would help these talented children in building their bright future
Raipur : Taking yet another compassionate initiative, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has given instructions to ensure admission of the students, who have qualified NEET but could not register for counseling due to technical reasons, on ‘payment seats’ of private colleges in the state. Chhattisgarh Government is determined to build a bright future for these talented children. This is first time in the history of Chhattisgarh state that the government is ensuring admission of students on paid MBBS seats of private medical colleges and bearing all the expenses of the same. .
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that children’s future should not be compromised. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel has directed officials of district administration to take necessary action for admission of such talented students from remote tribal areas in the private medical colleges of state for MBBS. It is noteworthy that as soon as Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel learned about the 27 talented students of Dantewada district, who have qualified NEET but could not do registration for first round of counseling due to network issue, he immediately addressed the situation. At first, District Administration made an attempt to get their registration done and the students were registered before the second counseling at national level, but these students couldn’t get selected. Due to lack of second opportunity of registration in the state, students could not get their registration done. After first counseling, two students named Kumari Padma Made and Piyusha Bek are eligible for admission in MBBS. On Chief Minister’s instructions, Collector Dantewada is taking action to ensure admission of these students in private colleges. Chief Minister further said that if any other students are found qualified for admission after cut-up, they would also be given admission on payment seats of private colleges, and state government would bear the expenses.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel did a Kartik Purnima bath at Mahadev Ghat this morning: Wished for happiness and prosperity of the people
Congratulations and best wishes to everyone on Kartik Purnima
On the occasion of Kartik Punni, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel reached Mahadev Ghat in the capital Raipur in the morning and wished for happiness and prosperity of the people by bathing Kartik Purnima in Kharun river. After taking Kartik baths in the Kharun river, the Chief Minister offered prayers to Mahadev at the historic Hatakeshwar Mahadev Temple situated on the riverbed and prayed for the development of the state. The Chief Minister attended the traditional Ganga Aarti program and donated lamps. He congratulated everyone on Kartik Purnima.
Delegation of progressive Chhattisgarh Satnami society paid courtesy call on Chief Minister
A delegation of progressive Chhattisgarh Satnami society led by MLA Shri Ramkumar Yadav met courtesy today at his residence office here. During the meeting, the delegation expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister Mr. Baghel for public welfare programs being run in the interest of all sections including Scheduled Castes. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel was also invited by the delegation to participate as the chief guest in the public procession program to be held on 16 December 2020 to commemorate Guru Ghasidas Jayanti in the capital Raipur. On this occasion, the delegate LL. Kosale, Mohan Banjare, Ramakrishna Jangade, Ashwani Bablu Trivandra, Rajendra Bhatpahri, Vijay Kurre, Narottam Dhritalhare, Villopchand Khare, Manish Kumar Ratre and other members of the district and state of Janjgir were included.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel attended the funeral of Rajya Sabha MP Mr. Ahmed Patel
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel arrived at Piraman village in Ankleshwar taluka of Bharuch district of Gujarat today and attended the funeral of Rajya Sabha MP Mr. Ahmed Patel there. The Chief Minister expressed his condolences to the family members of the late Mr. Ahmed Patel.
Ensuring the dignity of the person and the unity of the nation is the ultimate goal of our Constitution: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Children heard the Chief Minister's message in a webinar organized on Constitution Day
A large number of students, teachers and parents attended the state level webinar.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said in his message in a state level webinar organized by the Department of School Education on the occasion of Constitution Day that the ultimate goal of our Constitution is to ensure the dignity of the person and the unity of the nation. We all have to take a pledge that we will always be ready to protect our great constitution. As long as our constitution is safe, our country and every person living here and its future are safe. On this occasion, the Chief Minister greeted the people of the Constitution on the occasion of the Constitution and bowed to the framers of the Constitution. The webinar was organized by the School Education Department in which a large number of students, teachers and parents attended.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that in order to inculcate a sense of faith and pride in the new generation in the mind of the Constitution, discussions have been initiated in the schools of Chhattisgarh to read the Preamble of the Constitution and important parts of the Constitution. The Chief Minister underlined the role of all Constitution makers including Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. He said that our great leaders like Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar ensured that our country would run on its Constitution. We all Indians will make our constitution together.
The Chief Minister said that thinkers, thinkers and legal experts from every section of the country, every society and every field played a role in the formulation of our Constitution. On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly adopted it while completing the work of making the glorious Constitution, so today is called Constitution Day and it was implemented on 26 January 1950. He said that the constitution was designed with generosity and inclusiveness, it not only added emotionally to all the people involved in the constitution-making process, but also connected the coming generations and people, with this constitution.
The Chief Minister said that the biggest feature of our constitution is that we, the people of India, have created it and dedicated it ourselves. He also read the Preamble of the Constitution. The Chief Minister said that the younger generation of the country should be determined to follow the path laid down in its constitution.
Addressing through his message in Babinar, School Education Minister Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam said that in accordance with the intention of the Chief Minister, the subject of the constitution should be discussed during the prayer in schools, so that the school system should be governed according to democratic and constitutional values. To ensure the role of children in He said that the Constitution is not just a book, but it is the soul of India. The constitution is the supreme law of the country. The Minister Dr. Tekam appealed to the teachers and students to say that during and after the Corona Crisis, they should make their own rules, laws or constitution to continue their studies and all of them together follow it in their school or area.
Director of Directorate of Public Education, Mr. Jitendra Shukla while addressing Babinar said that like ministers of governance in schools, children should be made ministers and they should also be given corresponding roles so that they are familiar with constitutional procedures. Secretary of Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education Prof. Whey K. Goyal read the Preamble of the Constitution and discussed the importance of the Constitution. Assistant Director of Composite Education Dr. M. Sudhish discussed about organizing activities related to the Constitution. Subject Expert's panel consisted of Mrs. Archana Verma Assistant Professor Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, Mrs. Preeti Shukla Assistant Professor, Mr. Dharmesh Sharma Lecturer, Mr. Rajkumar Gendre Lecturer and Mr. Vishwadeep Shukla Former Principal Kendriya Vidyalaya. He gave a brief information on the constitution's philosophy preamble, sources, importance, features and other important points in the webinar. The webinar was also broadcast on social media.
The program was conducted by the state media incharge Shri Prashant Kumar Pandey. Giving thanks, Mr. J.P., Deputy Secretary, Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education K. Aggarwal did it. Shri Kunal, Rohit, Bhaskar Dewangan provided technical support in the event.