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
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.
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Chhattisgarh tops country in ranking of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban mission : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel says, a proud achievement for the state: Congratulates all the people associated with Rurban Mission
Chhattisgarh has topped the country in the dynamic ranking of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission.The state has once again ranked first in the list of the best performing states in the ranking conducted by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India on the basis of consolidated performance in the Rurban cluster area. Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has called it a proud achievement for the state and has congratulated all the officers and employees from the state level to the ground level involved in the implementation of the Rurban mission. He has expressed hope that Chhattisgarh will be the model state of the country in the implementation of the Rurban Mission. It is noteworthy that earlier Chhattisgarh had received the first prize for excellent implementation of the Rurban Mission and as the best performing state.
It is worth mentioning here that the "Dynamic ranking system" of all Rurban clusters of the country was prepared under the mission by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, based on a total of 12 indicators, assessing the financial and material progress made so far under the Rurban Mission.The states have been ranked based on the consolidated performance of the cluster allocated to the various states of the country. According to the ranking done on the basis of the above standards, Chhattisgarh has ranked first again in the list of the best performing states.
It is known that Chhattisgarh was awarded the first prize for "excellent implementation of the mission" by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, at the "National Award Distribution Ceremony" on 19 December 2019. Along with this, the State was awarded the first prize in the category "Best Performing State" under the Rurban Mission at the National Award Distribution ceremony organized by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on September 11, 2018.
Despite nationwide challenges, unemployment curbed in Chhattisgarh : The unemployment rate in November was just 3.5 percent, while the national rate was recorded at 6.51 percent
In the midst of a nationwide recession, Chhattisgarh has been able to continuously control the unemployment rate in the state through the various economic measures taken in the state. In the month of November, the unemployment rate in Chhattisgarh was recorded at 3.5 percent, which is 3.01 percent less than the national rate of 6.51 percent. The unemployment rate in the state in September 2018 was 22.2 percent. It continued to decline in Chhattisgarh despite the Corona crisis and lockdown.
According to the latest data released by the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMI), the figures of Chhattisgarh are much less than the figures of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Goa, Jharkhand, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
Industrial activities in the country came to a standstill during the lockdown, which had a major impact on the country's economy. At the same time, the Bhupesh Baghel government of the state started work by preparing a strategy to strengthen the rural economy of Chhattisgarh. During lockdown, Chhattisgarh topped in providing employment to villagers under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme(MGNREGA). In that period, special attention was given to agriculture and allied activities. The RBI also appreciated the efforts being made in Chhattisgarh. At the same time, the state government also gave relief to forest produce collectors. During the lockdown, 73 percent of the total micro-forest produce collected in the country was collected in Chhattisgarh. Along with the increase in the prices of micro-forest produce, the number of micro-forest produce purchased on support price was increased from 07 to 52. While the unemployment rate in states like Delhi, Puducherry, Rajasthan, Goa was increasing in July, the unemployment rate in Chhattisgarh came down to 9 percent from 14.4 percent in the month of June.
Industrial activities had started in Chhattisgarh in the last week of April.The state's industrial units started production with all safety measures in place to prevent the spread of corona pandemic. Farmer-friendly schemes and public welfare decisions including Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana also created an encouraging environment. The introduction of the Godhan Nyaya Yojana and the spurt in livelihood activities in Gothan also boosted the rural economy.
In September, the unemployment rate in Chhattisgarh had come down to just 2 percent, which was the lowest unemployment rate in the country after Assam. Chhattisgarh's economy gained momentum with unlock, there was a significant growth in GST collection in the state. Boom in all sectors including auto mobile, agriculture was witnessed. Assam, which topped the country in September, slipped next to Chhattisgarh in November.
According to the latest data released by the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMI), the unemployment rate recorded in November in Andhra Pradesh was 6.0, 4.0 in Assam, 10.0 in Bihar, 6.6 in Delhi, 15.9 in Goa, 3.9 in Gujarat, 25.6 in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh 13.8 percent, Jammu and Kashmir 8.6, Jharkhand 9.6, Kerala 5.8, Madhya Pradesh 4.4, Punjab 7.6, Rajasthan 18.6, Tripura 13.1, Uttar Pradesh 5.2 and West Bengal 11.2 percent. While Karnataka had 1.9, 3.1 in Maharashtra, 1.1 in Meghalaya, 1.7 in Odisha, 2.2 in Puducherry, 1.9 in Sikkim, 1.1 in Tamil Nadu, 1.5 in Telangana and Uttarakhand had 1.5 percent unemployment rate.
Godhan Nyay Yojana improving the financial condition of cattle ranchers: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Godhan Yojana creating new employment opportunities: More and farmers are adopting organic farming
Chief Minister transferred Rs 5.12 crore to the accounts of dung sellers as the 10th installment under Godhan Nyay Yojana
Rs 64.20 crore paid to 1.40 lakh farmers till date under Godhan Nyay Yojana
Farmers donated hay worth Rs 5 crore
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel transferred Rs 5 crore 12 lakh to the bank accounts of beneficiaries today, as the 10th installment under Godhan Nyay Yojana. More than one lakh 40 thousand cattle ranchers have been benefitted under the scheme.
Addressing this programme via video conferencing from his office in Assembly premise, Chief Minister said that so far nearly Rs 64 crore 20 lakh have been paid to the cattle ranchers under Godhan Nyay Yojana. The scheme has really improved the financial status of the cattle ranchers.
New employment opportunities are being created and farmers are opting for organic farming. Thousands of rural women are working on vermicompost production from cow dung under Godhan Nyay Yojana. The selling rate of vermi compost has been increased from Rs 8 per kg to Rs 10 per kg. With availability ofvermi compost, farmers are opting for organic farming. Mr. Baghel said that the price of cereals and fruits produced from organic farming is nearly one and a half times more than the ordinary. Hence, organic farming is likely to increase the income of farmers. He congratulated all the beneficiaries associated with Godhan scheme. Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey and Agriculture Production Commissioner Dr. M. Geeta were present on the occasion.
Agriculture Production Commissioner Dr Geeta informed that nearly seven thousand 824 gauthans have been sanctioned in the state, out of which construction of 4704 gauthans has been completed. Under Godhan Nyay Yojana, 32 lakh 10 thousand quintals of dung has been procured. Nearly 8 thousand 50 quintals of vermicompost (produced from dung collected in gauthans) have been sold. Farmers have donated hay worth Rs 5 crore in gauthans, so that fodder for the cattle in gauthan could be produced. Ajola is being produced as fodder in gauthans. She further told that nearly 78 thousand 47 vermi tanks have been approved for production of vermicompost. So far, construction of 54 thousand 241 vermi tanks has been completed and construction of 16 thousand vermi tanks is in progress.
Dr. Geeta informed that vermi compost samples are being tested in two laboratories of Raipur, one each in Durg, Bilaspur, Sarguja, Bastar and Raigarh. So far 1,006 samples have been examined. She further informed that among the beneficiaries of Godhan Nyaya Yojana, 47.5 percent beneficiaries belong to Other Backward Classes, 44 percent beneficiaries are women and 41 percent beneficiaries belong to Scheduled Tribes and 7.80 percent beneficiaries belong to Scheduled Castes.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel releases booklet of ‘Integrated E-Category Registration System’
Graduate unemployed youth and higher secondary passed youth in scheduled areas to be registered under E-category
Unemployed youth to be provided works worth up to Rs 20 lakh through limited tender at block-level itself
Local youth would get means of livelihood and develop entrepreneurial skills: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Local unemployed youth to be engaged in construction of works of various departments
On special initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, ‘Integrated E-Category Registration System’ has been launched to provide employment to graduate unemployed youth and higher secondary passed youth in scheduled areas of the state under the construction works of various government departments. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, along with PWD Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu released ‘Unemployed Registration Booklet’ today at his office in Assembly premise. This booklet has been published by PWD department. Under this scheme, graduate unemployed youth and higher secondary passed youth of scheduled areas will be registered and provided works of up to Rs 20 lakh through limited tender at block-level itself.
On the occasion Chief Minister said that that through e-category registration system, local unemployed youth will get livelihood and develop entrepreneurial skills. The scheme would not only improve the quality of works but will also ensure availability of the agency working in the remote areas. Hence, timely completion of the construction works would be ensured. Public Works Department Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu said that under this scheme, local unemployed youth will get the opportunity of self-employment and construction works will be easily executed. The quality of jobs will also improve and the problem of unemployment will be solved to a great extent.
Detailed information for registration in "e-category" can be obtained from the official website of Public Works Department https://pwd.cg.nic.in. PWD Secretary Mr. Siddharth Komal Singh Pardeshi, Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr. Vinod Verma, Mr. Rajesh Tiwari and Mr. Ruchir Garg were also present on the occasion.
Development of society is done by everyone's participation: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister attended the convention of Chhattisgarh Manwa Kurmi Kshatriya Samaj organized in village Pahra of Dhamdha
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that society is developed by everyone's participation in society. There is social harmony in the society. The society is like a Ganges which takes everyone along and gives way to the welfare of all. He said this on the occasion of the 75th session of the Chhattisgarh Manwa Kurmi Kshatriya Samaj organized in village Pahra of Block Dhamdha. He said that the dreamers of the establishment of the state had conceived the development of Chhattisgarh. The government is working to realize those dreams. Preserving the cultural heritage of the state. No one is hesitant to talk in Chhattisgarhi today, from the village to the assembly and the ministry.
The Chief Minister said that new sources of employment and income have emerged from the Godhan Yojana in the state. Those people who did not have any employment, they are also making profit with employment by selling cow dung. Women's groups are becoming self-sufficient. A project is being prepared for making ethanol from paddy in the state. Which will create new employment for the people of the state. The means of income for the people will increase and a self-sufficient state will be created.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister announced Rs. 30 lakh for construction of social building in village Pahra. Also announced Rs 50 lakh for social building for Sarva Samaj in Limahi Chowk Village Bahera. With this, any proposal for repairing school building in village Pahra will be approved.
On this occasion, the special guest of the program, Home Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu said that many works are done in the society which gives a direction to the society. In the midst of all this, there should be efforts and work for rituals in society and family. This will bring forth generations not only to understand their social and cultural heritage, but also to get rid of social evils. The society will be truly developed by being a sacrament of society. On this occasion, officials of the Manwa Kurmi Kshatriya Samaj and a large number of people were present.
103 MoUs in two years for setting up industries in Chhattisgarh
posed capital investment of Rs 42 thousand crore
62 thousand people to get employment
A total of 103 MoUs have been signed in the last two years under the leadership of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel for setting up industries in the state with a proposed capital investment of Rs 42 thousand crore. These industries will generate more than 62 thousand new employment opportunities for the youths of Chhattisgarh.
The new industrial policy of Chhattisgarh and the steps taken by the state government in the interest of industries during the Corona period have led to the creation of a better industrial environment in the state. During the Corona-crisis period, the entire country was affected by the economic slowdown, while industries in Chhattisgarh remained untouched by the recession.
During the lockdown, Chhattisgarh's industries were first in the country to have started functioning in the month of April. Many concessions and facilities were given by the state government keeping in view the difficulties faced by the industries.
Industries in the core sector were given subsidies in electricity bills. All necessary arrangements were made to ensure supply of raw materials, and finished goods to reach the market. Guidelines were also issued to enable easily supply of raw materials from other states to Chhattisgarh. To ensure running of steel and cement industries, activities like road and building construction work were continued with no change in electricity rates and in the terms and conditions.
Rice mills were given five per cent rebate in energy charges. Industries were also given exemption in due date of payment of electricity bills. During the lockdown period, Chhattisgarh produced 27 lakh tonnes of steel, which was the highest compared to other states. A new industrial policy was formulated, which opened new doors of possibilities for industries and also strengthened agriculture sector in the state.
The new policy gave priority to agriculture and forest produce based industries. All kinds of incentives are being given to mineral based industries. Under the new industrial policy, special investment incentive package has now been arranged for investment in the mega ultra-mega project of sponge iron and steel sector. Investment incentives up to a maximum of Rs 500 crores has been given in this package for mega investors and investment incentive of Rs 1000 crores was being given for Bastar division.
The state government has not only been giving discounts and facilities to investors, but also taking care that they could establish industries in the state with ease. Procedures have been simplified for this. For allocation of land in industrial areas, the land allocation charges has been reduced by 30 per cent. Land rent has been reduced by one per cent. Rules have been made in industrial areas to free hold land up to 10 acres from lease hold. Industrial land and building management regulations have been simplified.
Despite unusual circumstances, 464 start-ups have successfully started in Chhattisgarh. Since January 01, 2019, 103 MoUs have been done so far, in which there will be a capital investment of more than Rs 42 thousand 154 crore. There have been 80 MoUs in the steel sector, in which a capital investment of Rs 37022.22 crore is proposed. An MoU was signed in the cement sector, in which a capital investment of Rs 2000 crore is proposed. There were 7 MoUs in the ethanol sector, with a capital investment of Rs 1082.82 crore.
Capital investment of Rs 283.61 crores has been proposed through 5 MoUs in Food Sector, Rs 56.41 Crores through 3 MoUs in Pharmaceutical Sector, Rs 529.50 Crores through 3 MoUs in Defense Sector and Rs 1179.99 Crores through 4 MoUs in other sectors. This will create 52,206 employment opportunities in the steel sector, 450 employment opportunities in the cement sector, 986 employment opportunities in the ethanol sector, 2,434 employment opportunities in the food sector, 393 employment opportunities in the pharmaceutical sector, 4494 employment opportunities in the defense sector and 1,105 employment opportunities in other sectors.
Not the Naxalites, Prosperous farmers are the new identity of Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Spreading love and kindness is the real culture of Chhattisgarh
We have always adored every person as the reflection of Lord Ram
Programme organized on the second anniversary of the Government
Paryatan Rath and Bike Rally from opposite ends of the state concluded at Chandkhuri today
Cabinet Ministers, Chairpersons of Commisions, Parliamentary Secretary attended the programme
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh said that some people use name of Lord Ram pretentiously to serve their selfish motives. But we have always adored every person as a reflection of Lord Ram.
Chief Minister expressed the aforementioned views while addressing the programme organized in Chandkhuri near Raipur to mark the completion of two years of the new government. Mr. Baghel said that when Mahatma Gandhi was shot, he uttered the name of Lord Ram as his last words.
This programme organized at the birthplace of Mata Kaushalya marked the conclusion of 'Ram Van Gaman Path Yatra' and Bike Rally which were commenced three days back from North and South side of Chhattisgarh simultaneously. This rally
The rally had started from Koriya in North Chhattisgarh and Sukma in South Chhattisgarh simultaneously on December 14 . During his exile, Ram had entered Chhattisgarh from Koriya and had travelled through Sukma to reach South India. State Government has prepared an ambitious plan of Rs 137 crore to develop these places on Lord Ram's path in forest as tourist destinations. In the first phase, nine out of 75 locations would be developed as tourist destinations under the scheme; Chandkuri, also called Mata Kaushalya's maternal home, is one of these.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that Mata Kaushalya had greatly influenced the nature and character of Shree Ram. Similarly, people of Chhattisgarh are also greatly influenced by Mata Kaushalya's nature. It was her who taught Ram to live in harmony. Rama learned tolerance and dutifulness from Mata Kaushalya. He said that State government is giving a new global identity to Chhattisgarh by developing Ram Van Gaman Path as a tourism circuit. Till a few years ago, people of other states knew Chhattisgarh either by the name of Bhilai or due to the problem of naxalism, but now Chhattisgarh is known for its cultural richness. Chhattisgarh is identified by prosperity of its farmers. Farmers and tribal culture are inseparable part of our identity.
To celebrate this aspect of Chhattisgarh state, we organized an international level tribal dance festival in Raipur. He said that tomorrow is the birth anniversary of Baba Guru Ghasidas, we will celebrate this festival with great zeal and fervou. Sirpur- the largest Buddhist complex after Nalanda, would be developed as one of the important tourist destinations in the state.
Mr. Baghel said that there is no better system for ‘Gau Seva’ than Godhan Nyay Yojana. Chhattisgarh is a state of gau-sevak. Farmers and labourers here have proven their mettle to the country. While the entire country was struggling with recession, Chhattisgarh was unaffected. Agitated farmers are demonstrating around the capital of the country, but farmers in Chhattisgarh are happy and prosperous.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that Chhattisgarh has shown the way in every era. Our culture is not to spread hatred, but to share love. We want to take everyone along, irrespective of caste or religion. Chief Minister said that no one should remain hungry and thirsty in Chhattisgarh, everyone should get education and employment, we are working to build such a system that each citizen of the state would have access to all kinds of basic facilities. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel performed customary rituals at Kaushalya Mata Mandir of Chandkhuri with all the Cabinet members and planted saplings of Rudraksh.
On the occasion, Tourism Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Panchayat Minister Mr. TS Singhdeo, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Urban Administration and Development Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahria, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendia, School Education Minister Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam, Culture Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Industry Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, Higher Education Minister Mr. Umesh Patel, Chairman of Boards and Comissions, Regional MLAs, and Public Representatives were present. The program was also addressed by Gau Seva Commission Chairman Mahant Rajeshri Ramsunder Das, Tourism Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Urban Administration and Development Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahria, Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey. Mr. Anbalagan P, Secretary, Culture Department gave the welcome address.