All departments should encourage marketing of goods produced in small scale industries of the state : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel
Chief Minister instructs all departments to enter into a 'rate contract' with C.S.I.D.C at the earliest
In a bid to encourage marketing of goods produced in small scale industries of the state, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has instructed all departments to enter into a 'rate contract' with C.S.I.D.C at the earliest. He has issued directions to provide a list of items purchased by the departments to the Department of Industries: C.S.I.D.C, as soon as possible and asked C.S.I.D.C to determine the rates of all goods at the earliest.
It is noteworthy, that earlier instructions were given by the State Government to ascertain the rates of goods produced by small industries of the state by a a rate contact with C.S.I.D.C, but still many departments have not decided the rate contacts for goods purchased on a regular basis. Chief Minister has said that in order to ensure that the commercial activities in the state are encouraged and the state does not suffer a loss of GST, the supply of such goods, which are not produced in the state and are purchased by the departments on a regular basis, should be made only through the authorized dealers of the producer companies in the state.
Last farewell given with state honors to former Chief Minister Mr. Ajit Jogi
The body of the first Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Shri Ajit Pramod Kumar Jogi, was cremated with full state honors at the Graveyard in Jyotipur, Gorela today. On this occasion, MLAs and public representatives including State Food Minister Shri Amarjit Bhagat, Industries Minister Mr. Kavasi Lakhma, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Leader of Opposition Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik, former Minister and MLA Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal paid their respectful tributes. Ministers and public representatives met Shri Jogi's heartbroken family members and tied them up.
Lockdown: Baghel government gives concessions, know how you will get benefit
Raipur. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel) has given consent to resume the stalled economic activities after the control and lockdown of Kovid-19 in the state. The Chief Minister and his cabinet ministers have agreed to start economic activities. CM Baghel has taken some big decisions in view of people's problems. According to the government, the tehsildar will now be able to allow matrimonial programs. The permitting process is being simplified and made easier. So at the same time there will be no relaxation in the Red Zone and the Containment Area.
According to the guidelines issued by the Government of India, the ban on goods, cinema houses, political meetings, social programs will continue as before. It has been decided to open shops in the state 6 days a week. The rules of social and physical distancing will have to be strictly followed in all shops and markets. The government believes that opening the shop six days a week will provide relief from the simultaneous crowd there. Along with the commencement of commercial-business activities, the economy will also gain momentum along with employment.
Government took important decisions
The meeting also considered measures to start more and more industries. The government says that after the lockdown, work has started again in 1371 factories in the state. One lakh three thousand workers have returned to work in these factories. CM Baghel said that for the entertainment of the migrant laborers living in the quarantine center, television, radio etc. have been instructed. He said that to provide psychological counseling to the workers, the services of psychologists have also been asked.
The Chief Minister has also instructed to conduct yoga or other motivational activities in the quarantine center through non-governmental organizations. He has also suggested to prepare an orderly routine for the whole day to reduce stress and ensure its adherence. CM Baghel said that workers coming back to the state need to be freed from the worry of ration and employment. For this, their ration cards and MNREGA job cards should be made immediately. CM Baghel said that whatever amount will be required for the investigation, treatment and prevention of corona virus will be made available to the health department on priority. So far, two lakh 12 thousand migrant workers have been brought back to the state. So far 53 labor special trains have arrived and 68 are proposed. 18 crore 20 lakhs have been provided to the district collectors from the state disaster fund and about four crore rupees have been provided by the state government to help the laborers trapped in trouble.
Mr. Ajit Jogi’s demise is an irreparable loss for the state : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel expresses grief on sad demise of Chhattisgarh’s First Chief Minister Mr. Ajit Jogi
Chhattisgarh Government declares three-day state mourning on demise of Mr. Jogi
National Flag to be flown at half mast
Last rites of Late Mr. Jogi to be performed with state honour in Gaurela on May 30
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has expressed profound grief on sad demise of Mr. Ajit Pramod Kumar Jogi, the first Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh. Mr. Jogi passed away today while undergoing treatment in a private hospital. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel has declared three-day state mourning from today, on sad demise of Mr. Jogi. Meanwhile, National Flag will be unfurled at half mast. Late Mr. Jogi’s last rites will be performed on May 30 at Gaurela.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said in his condolence message that Mr. Jogi’s demise is an irreparable loss to Chhattisgarh state. Commemorating Mr. Jogi’s contribution in the development of Chhattisgarh, Mr. Baghel said that after formation of Chhattisgarh state, Mr. Jogi chalked out the roadmap of Chhattisgarh’s accelerated development and played an important role in progress of the state as a skilled politician and administrator. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that he got the opportunity to serve as a Cabinet Minister of the government under his leadership. He said that Mr. Jogi’s vision was to work for welfare of village, poor and farmers.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has deeply empathized with the family members of late Mr. Jogi, and has prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace. It is known that Mr. Jogi was undergoing treatment in the hospital from May 9. Ex-Chief Minister Mr. Jogi had started his career as a professor after completing his higher education in engineering. He served as the first IPS and later got selected for Indian Administrative Services. He served as Collector of many districts in undivided Madhya Pradesh. Mr. Jogi has also served as Member of Parliament and MLA. After formation of Chhattisgarh state on November 1, 2000, He became the first Chief Minister.
Shops in the state will open six days a week with proper measures and precautions : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister chairs high-level meeting to deliberate upon prevention of COVID-19 infection and for resumption of economic activities
Television and radio sets to be provided in quarantine centers for entertainment
Service of Psychologists to be taken for counseling of peope in quarantine centers
Providing employment to the migrant labourers is the top-priority : Ration cards and MNREGA job cards to be issued as well
List of skilled and semi-skilled labourers to be provided, no relaxation for industries in red zones and containment areas
Tehsildar authorized to give permission for organizing wedding functions
Restriction on malls, cinema halls, political meetings, social programmes to continues
In the high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel at his residence today, post-lockdown measures to prevent COVID-19 and strategy to resume economic activities in the state were discussed in detail. The meeting was attended by all the ministers and senior officials of the state government. In the meeting, employment opportunities for migrant labourers and relief measures for various sections of society were discussed in detail. Keeping in view the problems arising, Tehsildars have been authorized to give permission for organizing wedding functions. The process of permission has been made simpler and easier. No relaxation will be provided in red zones and containtment areas. As per Government of India’s guidelines, restriction on malls, cinema halls, political meetings, social events will remain effective as before.
In the meeting, it was decided that the shops will be allowed to open six days a week, and taking precuations including physical distancing will remain compulsory as before. Opening shops six day a week will help in preventing crowding at one place. Resumption of commercial-economic activities will also help in reviving economy and providing employment. In the meeting, the idea of restarting maximum number of industries in the state was deliberated upon. Post-lockdown, 1371 factories in the state have started functioning again. Nearly one lakh three thousnad labourers have returned to work in these factories.
In the meeting, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel gave instructions to arrange for televisions, radio sets etc for entertainment of migrant labourers in quarantine centers. Mr. Baghel also directed to take services of psychologists for counseling of labourers. Chief Minister gave instructions to conduct yoga and other motivational activities in quarantine centers with the help of NGOs. Mr. Baghel suggested the officials concerned to organize stress-buster routine. Chief Minister said in the meeting that it is important to solve the ration and employment related problems of labourers returning to the state. For this, ration cards and MNREGA job cards should be issued to them as soon as possible. List of skilled and semi-skilled labourers should be prepared and provided to the local industries. This will help labourers to get regular employment and the industries will get the manpower required.
Best possibe steps have been taken in Chhattisgarh to control COVID-19 infection, to provide relief during lockdown and to bring back life to normalcy, said Chief Minister. All the departments have worked with better coordination to help the peope in need. Government-administration has worked diligently for better management in cities to prevent COVID-19 and to create awareness about the disease in rural areas as well, said Chief Minister. He added that funds required for COVID-19 test, treatment and prevention will be provided by Health Department with priority.
It was informed in the meeting that till date two lakh 12 thousand migrant labourers have been brought back to the state. Till date, 53 shramik special trains have arrived and 68 are proposed. District Collectors have been sanctioned Rs 18 crore 28 lakh from State Disaster Relief Fund and Rs 4 crore by State Government for helping the labourers stranded in other states. Rs 66 lakh 73 thousand were transferred into the bank accounts of migrant labourers in various states. Health Department was also provided Rs 75 crore from State Disaster Relief Fund.
The meeting was attended by Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Health Minister Mr. TS Singhdeo, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Cooperatives Minister Mr. Premsai Singh Tekam, Food Minister Mr. Amarjeet Singh Bhagat, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendiya, Labour Minister Dr Shivkumar Dahariya, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Industry Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, PHE Minister Guru Rudra Kumar, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secetary Mr. Subrat Sahu, Health Secretary Mrs. Niharika Barik Singh, Food Secretary Dr Kamalpreet Singh, Social Welfare Department Secretary Mr. Prasanna R, Chief Minister Secretariat Deputy Secretary Ms Saumya Chaurasiya and other senior officials.
Historical old pond of the capital Raipur will become the center of attraction of the city: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel: Chief Minister observes the old pond
Public participation required to keep the ponds clean
After cleaning, the old pond will be beautified as planned
Other ponds of the city will also be cleaned and beautified
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that the historic old pond of the capital Raipur, Vivekananda Sarovar, will become the center of attraction of the city just like the Telibandha pond. After cleaning the old pond, beautification of old pond will be done as planned. The Chief Minister visited the old pond of the capital Raipur this afternoon after cleaning it. Shri Baghel lauded the campaign launched by Municipal Corporation Raipur for cleaning the old pond from 11th of this month. He said that hyacinth and garbage have been extracted from old pond by working day and night. Now the water of the pond is clearly visible.
Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shiv Dahria, MLAs Mr. Satyanarayana Sharma, Mr. Kuldeep Juneja and Mr. Vikas Upadhyay, Mayor of Municipal Corporation Raipur Mr. Ejaz Dhebar, Chairman Mr. Pramod Dubey, Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. The Board, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Shri Rakesh Chaturvedi, Collector in charge and Commissioner of Municipal Corporation Raipur, Shri Saurabh Kumar, along with many councilors and public representatives were present on the occasion.
It is known that from May 11 to May 25, the Municipal Corporation Raipur worked to extract hyacinth and silt from the old pond for 6 hours every day. In this work, 11 trucks and seven Pokalain machines were installed, 85 social workers, 30 contract workers, 50 fishermen, including various social organizations, team of students of Durga College donated labor. Councilors including Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahria, Mayor of Municipal Corporation Raipur Mr. Ejaz Dhebar also donated labor for the cleanliness of the pond. So far, about 1100 damper hyacinth and silt have been taken out from the old pond.
The Chief Minister said that the Municipal Corporation Raipur was earlier directed to make Raipur City a tanker-free city, which has been largely successful. Now the number of tankers in the city has reduced considerably. The ancient ponds built by our ancestors are a beautiful identity of the city. Along with keeping the old ponds including old pond also safe, their cleanliness and beautification will be done. Public participation is necessary to keep the ponds clean and tidy. People in the neighborhoods around the ponds have to be made aware of this. Sewerage water coming into the ponds should also be stopped.
New posting of Indian Administrative Service and State Administrative Service officers
Raipur: A new posting order of Indian Administrative Service and State Administrative Service officers has been issued by the Government of Chhattisgarh. Under which Mr. D. Rahul Venkat (IAS) Deputy Secretary Planning, Economic and Statistics and ex-officio Deputy Secretary, State Planning Commission and Deputy Secretary Tourism and Culture, Deputy Secretary Mineral Resources Department and Additional Charge-Mission Director, State Rural Livelihoods Mission and OSD Health And Family Welfare Department has been posted. Similarly, Mr. S. Jayavardhan (IAS) Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Korba, Commissioner Municipal Corporation Korba, Mr. Rahul Dev (IAS) Commissioner, Municipality Corporation Korba, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Narayanpur, Mr. Kundan Kumar (IAS) Chief Executive Officer District Panchayat Durg has been posted as Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Korba, Mr. Akash Chhikara (IAS) Assistant Collector Ambikapur has been posted as Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Surajpur.
Mr. Ashwani Dewangan (Raprase), Chief Executive Officer Surajpur, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Dantewada, Dr. Fariha Alam (Raprace) Deputy Commissioner (National) Divisional Commissioner Office Bilaspur has been posted as Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Balodabazar-Bhatapara, Mr. Ashutosh Pandey (Raprase) Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Balodabazar-Bhatapara has been posted as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Raigarh. Shri Prakash Kumar Survey (Raprase) Commissioner Municipal Corporation Risali District Durg has been given the additional charge of Additional Collector District Durg along with the present duties. Similarly, Mr. Gajendra Singh Thakur (Raprase) Additional Collector, Durg, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Bilaspur, Mr. Rajendra Prasad Gupta (Raprace) Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Raigad, Joint Collector, District Balodabazar-Bhatapara, Mr. Vibhor Aggarwal (Raprese), Under Secretary Public Relations Department And Additional Charge-Under Secretary The General Manager, Chhattisgarh Dialogue has been given the additional charge of relieving the additional charge of Additional Secretary General Administration Department. Their remaining charge has been kept unchanged. Mr. Prem Kumar Patel (Raprase) Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Narayanpur has been posted as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Jagdalpur, Mr. Sachchidanand Alok (Rural Development Service), Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Dantewada, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Durg.
Single Window ‘CG Aawas’ System launched, on instructions of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel’ : Process for approval of residential colonies made simple and transparent
Approval to be provided within 100 days: No frequent visits to offices required
Updates regarding application to be provided through portal and SMS
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has given instructions to simplify the development process of residential colonies. In the same sequence, ‘Single Window System CG Aawas’ has been developed by Housing and Environment Department for accelerating the approval process for residential colony. This single window system will enable completion of the entire approval process within 100 days. In case colonizer-applicant has not submitted the integrated records of the land plot owned by him/her, additional time-limit of 40 days will be given for land record submission. Under this process, applicant will not have to run from pillar to post in any government offices. Earlier the process of obtaining permit to develop residential colony used to take one and a half to two years, but now this entire process has been made time-bound i.e. applicants will get residential colony development permit within 100 days. All the works related to issuance of land diversion certificates, approved layouts and colony development permit will be done through single window system. Applicant will be provided updates regarding the application submitted through the portal and SMS. This system will avoid recurrence of the process and accountability of the officials concerned will be ensured. The single window system will make the process more transparent and save time of the applicants.
Under CG Awas, no departments concerned will be accepting applications related to permits for residential colonies in their offices from May 21, 2020. From now onwards, applications regarding aforementioned works can be submitted to these departments only through ‘CG Aawas’ system. Applicants can now submit application for colony development from anywhere in Chhattisgarh through ‘CG Awas’ service plus portal.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel had given instructions to simplify the colony development process in the state by implementing single-window system. For this, Housing and Environment Minister was made the nodal department for making this process more transparent and simple. On instructions of Chief Minister, a committee was constituted to study the currently implemented system and to recommend changes to transform it into more efficient system. On the basis of the recommendations of the committee, Housing and Environment Department developed software with the help of NIC. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel inaugurated the CG-AWAS(CG-Automated Work Flow and Approval System) as single-window system on November 25. Thereafter, for effective implementation of single window system, required amendments have been made and integrated in the Acts-Rules of departments concerned.
Chhattisgarh Government has appointed Additional District Magistrate in every district for proper implementation of the single-window system. SDM will forward each application to the departments concerned for further action. And after approval from departments concerned, final approval will be given by SDM only. District Collectors will review the applications received under aforementioned system every week in the time-bound meeting.
Farmers of various regions met Chief Minister and expressed gratitude for Kisan Nyaya Yojana
Resolution of cooperation and support for Chhattisgarh government reiterated
There will be no shortage in helping the farmers, poor and laborers of the state: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Farmers volunteered to serve humanity in the Corona crisis
Funds given in Chief Minister's Relief Fund
In order to protect the interests of farmers, farmers representatives and farmers of various regions of the state reached the Chief Minister's residence today and thanked Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel for the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana launched by the Government of Chhattisgarh. Farmer representatives and farmers appreciated the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana on the occasion and said that by starting this scheme, the state government has not only protected the interests of the farmers, but the state government has fulfilled its promise made to the farmers. The farmers appreciated the decision taken by the state government for the betterment of the farmers and the efforts being made to improve farming in the state. Farmers always reiterated their resolve to cooperate and support the Chhattisgarh government headed by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel on this occasion. On this occasion, the farmers' representatives and the farmers presented a check of the donated amount for the Chief Minister's Assistance Fund on behalf of the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, who was engaged in the service of the people of Chhattisgarh during the time of Corona crisis.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel thanked the farmers representatives and farmers who came from different regions of the state and said that there will be no shortage of work for the betterment of the farmers, poor and laborers of the state. He said that the matter of corona crisis or the help of farmers and poor will be completed by the government with full readiness and complete commitment. He said that in the initial phase of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, farmers producing paddy, maize and sugarcane in the state would get Rs 5750 crore. In this next phase, landless agricultural laborers will also be included. From this coming year, the farmers who cultivate pulses and oilseeds will also be benefitted under this scheme. He said that despite the financial crisis due to corona by the state government, the first installment amount of this scheme was given to the farmers so that the farmer brothers could get help for kharif cultivation. He said that Mr. Rahul Gandhi had talked about implementing the concept of justice scheme for the betterment of the poor and farmers. The state of Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country to materialize the justice plan. The Chief Minister said that the Central Government and other State Governments of the country are cutting many jobs and wages due to Corona crisis. The Government of Chhattisgarh has not allowed the interests of the employees of the state to come down, we have not cut our employees' salaries in any way. He said that following the physical distancing of MNREGA in the state of Chhattisgarh, employment-oriented work is being conducted on a large scale in every village, through which 23 lakh people are getting daily work in the villages. He said that in the state of Chhattisgarh, the interests of collectors have been protected by purchasing 90 percent minor forest produce at reasonable price. He said that 13 lakh collector families of the state will get 2500 crore rupees through collection of tendu leaves and small forest produce. He said that in times of crisis, the government stands firmly with all sections of society.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel also mentioned in detail the corona infection and the consequent lockdown and status of migrant laborers and said that about 1.25 lakh workers have come back in the state of Chhattisgarh. On this occasion, he urged to maintain the system to prevent the spread of corona infection in the villages. The Chief Minister said that we have to save the village and the city from this epidemic. It is possible to avoid it only through vigilance and safety.
MLA present on the occasion, Mr. Mohan Markam said that the government of Chhattisgarh led by Mr. Bhupesh Baghel is a farmers-friendly government. He said that the state government has become a role model in the country with the help and betterment of the farmers and the poor. He said that the government has fulfilled its promise. He said that the economy of Chhattisgarh is based on farmers. The state government is working to improve the economy of Chhattisgarh by helping the farmers and the poor. He said that due to farmer-friendly policies, the trend of people towards farming and farming has increased in the state today. This is an evidence of increase in registration number of farmers by 2 lakhs. He said that while other governments are cutting due to Corona, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel is continuously helping the farmers. Former MLA Shri Baijnath Chandrakar said that the State Government is realizing the vision of Dr. Khandchand Baghel and the late Shri Chandulal Chandrakar. He said that due to the policies of the state government, people have started taking interest in farming. He thanked the Chief Minister on behalf of the farmers of Bilaspur for the justice scheme.
Shri Ramvilas Sahu of Balodabazar, Shri Murali Verma of Rajnandgaon, Pramod Agarwal of Raipur, Kamalu Nishad of Rajnandgaon, Mahesh Chandravanshi of Kawardha, Dr. Mahendra Dewangan of Khorora, Shirish Sahu, farmer of Kurud, Mahendram Chand of his Mahasamund Said that the state government understands the pain and suffering of farmers. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has helped farmers in the difficult situation of Corona crisis. He also presented a check of the assistance amount to the Chief Minister's aid fund to the Chief Minister. On this occasion, Mrs. Tulsi Sahu collected 5 lakh 56 thousand 400 rupees on behalf of various organizations and donors, Kheora farmer Mahendra Dewangan Rs 25 thousand, Pramod Agarwal 21 thousand rupees, Balram Nasheen Rs 3100, Harish Chand Verma, Ajay Verma, Israel Khan, Seshanarayana Baghel provided Rs 5100-5100, Veeranarayan Dewangan for one thousand rupees, Homadatta Verma, Murliram Verma and farmer Babulal Verma for Rs 11-11 thousand for the Chief Minister's Relief Fund. Farmers of Sarangpurkala and Madamada cooperative societies in Kabirdham district provided a check for Rs. 50 per quintal of paddy to the Chief Minister's Assistance Fund.
On the instructions of the Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, a window system in Chhattisgarh ‘C.G. Housing 'implemented: the process of approving the residential colony has become smooth and transparent
Now all the permissions will be granted within 100 days: freedom from trips of offices
Portal and SMS Information about the status of the application will be available from
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel had instructed to simplify the process of development of residential colonies in the state. Under which a single window system to accelerate and facilitate the approval of the residential colony by the Department of Housing and Environment, 'CG. Housing 'has been developed. With the single window system, all permission will now be completed within 100 days. If the colonizer-applicant does not integrate the measles under the arrangement of the land owned by him, then additional time of 40 days will be given for measles integration. Under this process, the applicant will no longer be required to visit any office repeatedly. Where previously it used to take one and a half to two years to get permission for development of residential colony, now its deadline has been fixed and applicants will get the development license within 100 days. Under this, permission for permission for land diversion certificate, approved layout, colony development will be obtained through all single window. Applicant on portal and SMS Information about the status of the application will be received from time to time. With this system, there will be no reorientation of the process, while the accountability of the officials will also be ensured. There will be transparency in the process and new technology will save time.
From 21 May 2020, all the departments concerned with this process will not take any application related to the permission of residential colony in their office under CG Awas. Now CG in these departments The application has to be submitted only through the accommodation. Under this, now the application for the development of the colony from any place of Chhattisgarh through the service plus portal CG. Can be done by accommodation.
The Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel had instructed to implement a single window system to simplify the process of colony development in the state and for this the Housing and Environment Department was made the nodal department to make the process of these permissions transparent and simplified. After the instructions of the Chief Minister, the government constituted a committee and after studying the current system, suggestions were given for developing a corrective system. Based on the suggestion of the committee, the NIC by the Department of Housing and Environment Software was created through. CG Housing (C.G.automated work flow and approval system) software for inauguration of single window system was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mr. Baghel on 25 November. Thereafter, for the smooth functioning of the single window system, the desired amendments in the Act-Rules have been amended and incorporated into it by the concerned departments.
Additional District Magistrate of each district has been appointed as nodal officer for the systematic operation of a window system by the Government of Chhattisgarh. Each application will be forwarded to the respective departments through ADM for advance action and on obtaining approval from the concerned departments, final approval of the permissions of all departments will be granted through the ADM itself. The applications received under the above processes by the concerned collector of the district will be reviewed in the meeting of the deadline to be held every week in the district.