Role of Public Relations Officers important in providing correct information to the public in Corona crisis: Commissioner Shri Sinha
The flow of information did not stop in Chhattisgarh even when bus, rail traffic were all closed
Corona in crisis
Online press conference started
Public relations commissioner addressed public relations officers through online conferencing
Public Relations Commissioner Shri Taran Prakash Sinha while addressing the district public relations officers through online conferencing today said that the role of public relations officers is very important in providing accurate and authentic information to the public during the Corona epidemic. During the Corona crisis and the lockdown, public relations officers have discharged their duties in a spirit of service. When bus and rail traffic in the country and the state were all closed, but even then the flow of information in Chhattisgarh was not stopped. The Commissioner praised the Public Relations Officers for their well-being and duty-of-duty. He said that the crisis is not yet averted, we have to discharge our responsibility to the society and the public by taking necessary precautions.
New and modern techniques of information and communication were started by the Public Relations Department during the Corona crisis. During the lockdown, an online press conference of the Chief Minister and Ministers was introduced to provide information about prevention, public health safety and relief measures of Kovid-19. In this episode, the Public Relations Commissioner addressed the Public Relations Officers through online conferencing today.
Commissioner Mr. Sinha said that extensive arrangements have been made by the state government to deal with the Corona crisis. In the district, the plains are engaged day and night in the construction of Amla Quarantine Center and its management and operation. Our doctors and health workers are constantly treating the victims. He said that social and digital media along with print and electronic media should be used more and more to reach out to the general public for the good work being done by the government and government staff. He said that no misleading news should be spread regarding public health safety, so keep an eye on the rumors and immediately inform the district administration and higher officials. Shri Sinha said that by providing quick information with the right facts, we can prevent the spread of rumor and misleading information.
At the meeting, instructions were given to spread information about the control, relief system and arrangements made in Quarantine Center in public interest in the public interest. Along with the flagship schemes of the state government, instructions were issued to release success stories based on Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, collection of minor forest produce, sale of forest produce, Public Service Guarantee Act etc. With the advent of the monsoon, instructions were issued to continuously release news based on information related to the preparation of farming, harvesting of chemical fertilizers and seeds in the rural areas and offtake by the farmers. Additional Director of the meeting Mr. J.L. Dariyo and Mr. Umesh Mishra, Joint Director Mr. Sanjeev Tiwari, Mr. Alok Dev and Mr. Santosh Maurya were also present.
Nearly 3.75 lakh migrant labourers and other people have safely returned to Chhattisgarh till date
People express gratitude to Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel for facilitating their home-coming
Two-lane roads of six block headquarters of the state to be linked with District Headquarters
PWD Department chalks out action plan
19 lakh farmers of the state to receive second installment of Rajiv Gandhi Nyaya Yojana on August 20, birth anniversary of Ex-Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi : Admission process to start in school-colleges from July
Wearing mask in public places is mandatory for every citizen in the state
Several Important Decisions taken today at the High-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister
At the high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today, several major decisions were taken regarding release of second installment under Rajiv Gandhi Kisaan Nyay Yojana on the occasion of Ex-Prime Minister and Bharat Ratna late Shri Rajiv Gandhi’s birth anniversary on 20th August, about commencement of admission process in schools and colleges, and about making it compulsory to wear masks for the prevention of corona infection.
All members of the Council of Ministers, Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary and secretaries of other departments were present in the meeting.
Providing information about the decisions taken in the meeting, Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey and Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar said that on birth anniversary of former Prime Minister and Bharat Ratna late Shri Rajiv Gandhi on August 20, the second installment of Rajiv Gandhi Nyaya Yojna will be transferred into the account of 19 lakh farmers. They informed that decision has been taken to begin the process of admission in educational institutions, schools and colleges in the state in the month of July. According to the advisory of the Central Government, educational institutions can be opened in the month of August after proper consideration of circumstances at that time.
Minister Mr. Choubey and Mr. Akbar said that wearing mask has been made mandatory for every citizen to prevent corona infection. People found not wearing a mask at public place will be fined Rs 100. Compliance to the physical distancing protocol will be ensured. Gathering of people and organizing events and functions will remained restricted as before. Agriculture Minister informed that although economic activities have started in the state, collection of revenue could not be done. The amount of Rs. 1400 crore of previous year has not been received from the Central Government yet. The state government is constantly urging the Central Government for the due monthly share of taxes States are entitled for. In these circumstances, decision to curtail unnecessary government expenses has been taken.
In the meeting, steps taken to prevent corona infection, arrangements made at quarantine centers and isolation centers were also reviewed and discussed. More than 3 lakh migrant workers have returned from other states to Chhattisgarh and they were kept in quarantine centers. Despite the return of a large number of workers to their homes after completing quarantine period of 14 days to 28 days, there has been no major spread of corona infection. Health, Police, Urban administration, District administration, Panchayat officials and employees have worked diligently to prevent infection. And as a result of their collective efforts, we have succeeded in preventing corona infection in the state to a greater extent, minimizing the chances of further spread of infection in future.
As per the registration record of migrant workers, more than 70 thousand workers are yet to return to Chhattisgarh. These workers will also be be kept in the Quarantine Centers. Regarding the lock down, he said that bus transport is still closed and will remain closed for now. According to the advisory of the state and central government, the activities which have been started will not be stopped.
International Child Labor Prohibition Day: giving every child a better opportunity is our responsibility: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said in his message issued on the eve of International Child Labor Prohibition Day June 12 that today child labor has emerged as a problem all over the world. We celebrate International Child Labor Prohibition Day on 12 June every year with a view to register opposition to child labor and bring awareness among the people.
The Chief Minister said that with child labor, the society takes a step towards ending its golden future. Every child has equal rights on the occasion of proper care, nutrition, security, happy life, education, health and progress. He said that every child has infinite possibilities. It is the collective responsibility of all of us to give open sky to decorate these possibilities. The Chief Minister has appealed to the people not to employ small children, nor to allow anyone to apply. If you are found to be abusing, violence or laboring towards children, immediately inform the police and administration and help protect the future of the child.
Revenue cases will be resolved through e-court from October 1: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Run a lease distribution campaign in urban areas
Revenue e-court system will be implemented compulsorily from October 1 with the objective of bringing transparency and transparency in the state of registration of revenue cases in the state. Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel instructed all the collectors in this regard to ensure necessary arrangements through video conferencing today. Only e-court documents will be valid in the state from October 1, 2020.
The Chief Minister said that cases of allocation of Nazul land up to 7500 sq ft and diversion up to 5000 sq ft are being covered under Public Service Guarantee Act. Reviewing the status of lease distribution in urban areas under the Rajiv Gandhi Ashraya Yojana, he directed the collectors to take action to grant land-owning rights to eligible beneficiaries by conducting campaigns. It was informed in the meeting that under the Rajiv Gandhi Aashraya Yojana, one lakh 19 thousand applications have been received, out of which 26 thousand applications have been approved. Collectors were instructed to act promptly in connection with renewal of leases distributed in 1984 and grant of land owner rights.
In the meeting, necessary guidelines were given to the collectors regarding the model of ten hostels in each district. Chief Secretary Shri RP Mandal said that each district has been allocated Rs 25 lakh each to improve clean drinking water and other facilities including toilets and sports grounds in the identified hostels. He instructed the collectors to complete this work on priority. CSR and DMF funds will also be used to improve hostel arrangements as per the requirement. Collectors were asked to supply daily use of materials used in all ashrams and hostels through local self-help groups. In the meeting, guidelines were also given to collectors regarding auction of condom vehicles and other materials from various departments of the districts, survey of Bodh Ghat irrigation project, installation of rainwater harvesting system in government buildings.
Repair roads before the rain
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has instructed the Public Works Department to get the work done for repairing roads in the state with an amount of Rs 70 crore before the rainy season. He said that special attention should be paid to repair and maintenance of roads. The Chief Minister said that there should be no water logging on the roads during the rainy days. Manage the entire drainage through the maintenance team. In the meeting, the works under the construction of National Raj Roads were also reviewed. The Chief Minister also directed the officials of Public Works and Labor Department to work in coordination with the employment of skilled workers of Chhattisgarh returned from other states of the country in road construction work.
Instructions were also given to the collectors to ensure adherence to the Supreme Court guidelines regarding the return of migrant workers in the meeting. The migrant workers and those who do not have ration cards were instructed to provide lump sum rice and gram in May and June. Preparations for tree plantation were also reviewed in the meeting. On July 11, large scale tree plantation will be done in the state. Instructions have been given to compulsorily plant five mungas in each hostel, ashram and anganwadis.
Shri Bhupesh Baghel will now monitor the ambitious schemes of the state government through the Chief Minister Darpan website
Inauguration of website and mobile app to spread information about Chief Minister's flagship schemes to common citizens
Complete information about schemes available on one click
Chief Minister Darpan website has been created for Suraji village and flagship schemes. Mobile apps are also made for each of the schemes.
All plans will have real-time data updates
Common citizens will be able to write directly on the portal to communicate with the Chief Minister.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the Chief Minister's Darpan website and mobile app before the Collector Conference in his residence office today. Through this website, the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will be able to regularly monitor the state government's Suraji village scheme and other flagship schemes, while the public can easily get information about these schemes through this website and mobile app. This website and mobile app is built by Chips.
Congratulating the officials of Chips, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that while the progress of the schemes will be reviewed and monitored directly from the Chief Minister's Secretariat through the Chief Minister's Darpan portal and mobile app, on the other hand, all the information about the schemes will also be available to the citizens on real time. Will be available
Shri Bhupesh Baghel said that solutions to problems will also be made available through this portal. Under the Chief Minister's Ward Office Scheme, citizens can take a picture of their problems and information and send it immediately to the app, which will be sent to the concerned officer for redressal through the admin panel and will be monitored till its resolution. Shri Subrata Sahu, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Electronics and Information Technology said that the biggest feature of Chief Minister Darpan Portal and Mobile App is that we are moving towards No Paper Evaluation and Real Time Monitoring. Principal Secretary of the Department of School and Technical Education, Dr. Alok Shukla provided detailed information of the Darpan website and mobile app. Links to this website are https: // cmchhattisgarh-cgstate-gov-in / Home and links to schemes https: // cmchhattisgarh-cgstate-gov-in / Home / Android & Apps.
Chief Secretary Shri RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary Shri Amitabh Jain, Chips Chief Executive Officer Mr. Sameer Vishnoi and Deputy Secretary in Chief Minister Secretariat Ms. Soumya Chaurasia and many senior officials were present on the occasion.
It is noteworthy that the public welfare schemes started on the day of Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary 02 October 2019, including the Suraji village scheme (Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari) by the Government of Chhattisgarh under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel. Among these schemes are Suraji Village Scheme, Chief Minister Urban Slum Health Scheme, Chief Minister Suchitan Yojana, Chief Minister Haat Bazar Clinic Scheme, Chief Minister Ward Office Scheme. Chief Executive Officer of CHIPS, Mr. Sameer Vishnoi informed that many facilities are being provided for common citizens in the Chief Minister Darpan portal and mobile app. Under the 'Talk to the Chief Minister' website, people can share their views. To communicate with the Chief Minister, you can write directly on the website, connect to the social media account. In this, solutions for Karona are also mentioned. Apart from this, every type of information of all the major schemes has also been provided in the mirror along with data like- progress of approved drains under Narva scheme, goals according to the survey, component wise reports, highlights of the success of the scheme, etc. were explained in detail. is.
Chief Minister Darpan website link: https://cmchhattisgarh.cgstate.gov.in/Home
Links to schemes: https://cmchhattisgarh.cgstate.gov.in/Home/Android-Apps
Collector conference started under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel.
The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh will definitely win the fight against Corona. He said that we do not have to be tired, do not be discouraged, but have to fight this battle with promptness.
During the Corona epidemic, the work of all the districts was commendable.
Thanks to everyone for the work done by officer-employees on all festivals including Sunday, Saturday
Right now the figures have increased a bit, but I am confident that as far as you have controlled, you will do so further.
IG, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur did a good job for the pedestrians
Along with necessary arrangements for migrant laborers, chappals were also arranged
Nominal Nodal Officers for various states did commendable work
Raipur district administration has also done a good job
The quarantine center is also well maintained
Good arrangement is necessary at the Quarantine Center
Chhattisgarh has been the leader in industrial production and employment
Employment has been provided in rural areas as well as urban areas.
It is a matter of concern that some industrial units brought workers without notice.
Good work has been done in rural areas under MNREGA. People have been given extensive employment. Timely wage payment
The video conferencing included senior officials of the state government including collectors of all 28 districts, superintendents of police as well as divisional commissioners, IGs, DFOs, CCFs, CEOs of district panchayats and commissioners of municipal corporations.
Chief Minister is reviewing these points
Corona Epidemic Control, Relief System and Strategy
Public service guarantee act
Narva, Garuva, Ghurwa, Bari Scheme
Hot market clinic scheme
Establishment of English Medium Schools
Chief Minister City Slum Health Scheme
Identification of rural landless laborer families
Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana
Collection and Processing of Small Forest Produce
Forest Rights Act
Establishment of food processing, minor forest produce processing units
Action plan to promote other crops
Before starting the schools their lacquer and necessary repairs
Progress of MNREGA
Land allocation and regularization
Renewal and free hold of urban slum leases
Availability of essential facilities in government hostel-ashram buildings
Locust problem in districts
Rain water harvesting
Ration cards, job cards and labor cards made by migrant workers returned to the state during Kovid crisis
Preparations for plantation in the ongoing monsoon session
Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel writes to Union Power Minister R K Singh, urges him to recognize CSPDCL as Independent Power Producer
Facilitate payment of dues of Rs 2 thousand crores pending on the Telangana State Power Company
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today urged the Union Power Minister R K Singh to recognize Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company Limited (CSPDCL) as an Independent Power Producer ( IPP) for facilitating payment of dues of Rs 2 thousand crores pending on the Telangana State Power Company.
In his letter, the Chief Minister informed the union minister that the state of Telangana is being continuously supplied power under long term PPA executed between CSPDCL and Telangana State power companies on 22 September 2015 for power supply from 1000 MW capacity Atal Bihari Thermal Power Project (Madwa) established under State Sector in Chhattisgarh.
He further maintained that the payment of dues of more than Rs 2000 crore is pending on the power company of Telangana State as on 31 March 2020, due to which CSPDCL is going through financial stress.
The Chief Minister appreciated the efforts being made by the union power minister to save the power sector from the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.
The chief minister said that independent power including Central Power Generation and Transmission Undertaking through REC Limited and PFC Limited through the inclusion of the power sector of the state and the Special Long Term Transaction Loan Scheme under the 'Self-Reliant India Campaign' announced by the Government of India. A provision has been made to provide loans to the power distribution companies for payment of outstanding dues to the producer and renewable energy sources.
He said in the letter issued by PFC Limited for obtaining loan as per the special long term transaction loan to Discom for Covid-19, CPSU Genco and Transco. IPPs and Re-generators as on March 31, 2020, the provision of loans to power companies has been made for the payment of outstanding bills. Due to this, the power companies of Telangana state are not eligible for loan for payment of the outstanding power dues of Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company, as CSPDCL is not in the category of IPP.
In view of the financial stress of Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company Limited, the Chief Minister has requested the union minister to consider the loan application submitted to REC Limited by the power companies of Telangana State as early as possible and to recognize Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company Limited as Independent Power Producer. So that, the Telangana State Power Company could get loan for payment of outstanding dues.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel holds important meeting to decide corona control, arrangements and further strategies
Discussed with senior officials including AIIMS Raipur, Bilaspur Sims
141 covid care centers are being built in districts
Provision of more than 21 thousand beds for Kovid patients
In a meeting held at his residence office here today, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel reviewed the strategies for prevention of corona infection, control measures and treatment of patients and discussed further strategies. He inquired about the arrangement of quarantine centers, beds available in hospitals. The Chief Minister said that special care should be taken that the infection does not spread to other patients coming from the infected person to the hospital. Doctors and medical staff follow the guide line to prevent infection. Through video conferencing, Mr. Baghel also discussed with the AIIMS Raipur director and officials of Bilaspur Sims the arrangements and further strategies. In the meeting, the officials informed that arrangements are being made to provide 141 thousand care centers and 21 thousand 230 beds for Kovid patients in the districts.
Health Secretary Smt. Niharika Barik Singh informed the Chief Minister about the treatment arrangements in various hospitals. He also informed about the measures being taken at the state level for Kovid-19 control. Mr. Baghel took information from the officials involved in the meeting about the number of quarantine centers, the system and the people living there. In the video conference, the Chief Minister discussed about the quarantine centers and the arrangements made there for the migrant laborers who have reached the state and gave necessary instructions regarding the arrangement to keep the laborers arriving in the quarantine centers in the next few days. The Chief Minister inquired about the beds available in various hospitals and patients admitted there for treatment of Kovid-19. On this, the health department officials said that there are 1770 beds in the Dedicated Kovid Hospital at the regional level in the state, while there is a provision of 3470 beds in the Dedicated Kovid Hospital at the district level. All these hospitals have ICUs. In addition, 141 non-symptomatic and low-symptomatic patients are being set up in 141 Kovid Care Centers in the districts where 7234 beds will be available and additional 6500 beds Kovid Care Unit is under process.
Officials told that 4026 beds already available in Quarantine Center will also be converted into Covid Care Center if required. In this way, 21 thousand 230 beds will be available for Kovid-19 patients in the state. He inquired about the health severity of corona virus infectants, screening of symptomatic and non-symptomatic patients, health status and treatment arrangements. Mr. Baghel sought suggestions from AIIMS Director Dr. Nitin M. Nagerkar regarding effective measures to control Kovid-19 in the coming days and to prevent its community spread. He also discussed the forthcoming action plan and strategy for screening and treating more and more people. The Chief Minister took information from the Dean and Superintendent of Sims Bilaspur about the Corona virus infected doctors and medical staff there. Dean Dr. Patra informed the Chief Minister about the reasons for the infection of the doctors. He also told about the precautions being taken there to avoid this.
Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu instructed all medical colleges to take necessary precautions and treat serious patients coming for treatment seriously. He instructed them to adopt personal safeguards during treatment and care and to follow them compulsorily.
On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary of Medical Education Department, Mrs. Renu G. Pillay, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu, Health Department Secretary Mrs. Niharika Barik Singh, Food and Transport Department Secretary Dr. Kamalpreet Singh, Director Health Services Mr. Neeraj Bansod, Director of National Health Mission, Dr. Priyanka Shukla, Director Medical Education Dr. S.L. Dr. Patra, Dean of Adil and Sims Bilaspur joined. Dr. Nitin M. Nagerkar, Director, AIIMS Raipur and Dr. Puneet Bhardwaj, Superintendent of Sims Bilaspur, joined the video conference from their respective offices.