Raipur : Chief Minister meets Babu Chhotelal Shrivastav's family : Babu Chhotelal Shrivastava was the Pioneer of Kandel Nahar Satyagrah
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today visited Babu Chhotelal Shrivastava's house and met his family in Gaurav Gram Kandel of Dhamtari district. Babulal Chhotelal Shrivastav was the pioneer of Kandel Satyagrah. Chief Minister garlanded the oil painting of Babu Chhotelal and Mahatma Gandhi at his ancestral home. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel met grandson of Babu Chhotelal ji- Mr. Yatish Shrivastava and talked about his family background with him. On the occasion, Industry Minister of the state and In-charge Minister of the district Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, Cabinet Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Mr. Premsai SIngh and MLA Mr. Mohan Mandavi were also present.
Raipur : 150th Birth Anniversary of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi : Chief Minister inaugurates 'Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra' from Kandel
Huge crowd at Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra : Villagers accorded warm welcome to Chief Ministers and participants of 'Padyatra' by showering flower petals
Statues of Mahatma Gandhi and Babu Chhotelal Shrivastava unveiled
On the occasion, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, School Education Minister Dr Premsai Singh Tekam, Industry Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendiya, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Mr. Umesh Patel, MLA Mr. Mohan Markam, Member of Rajya Sabha Mrs. Chhaya Verma and a large number of public representatives and villagers were also present. At the onset, Chief Minister inaugurated the cowshed built with community support in Kandel and later walked all the way to Nahar Satyagrah Udyan. Chief Minister said on the occasion that 'padyatras' played major role in Mahatma Gandhi's 'Satyagrah'. Bapu used to create awareness among the masses through his 'padyatras'. State Government is committed to follow the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi.
Raipur : Cabinet’s Decision
Important decisions taken at the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mr. BhupeshBaghel yesterday are as follows:-
- On the occasion of Chhattisgarh Foundation Day, three-day Rajyotsav-2019 programme will be organized. This event will be held at Science College Ground of capital city Raipur. Local artists would be promoted in the cultural programme to be held at Rajyotsav.
- Proposal of issuing Chhattisgarh Public Service (Reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes) Amendment Ordinance-2019 approved by the Cabinet.
- Government has decided to do amendment in the rules of Chhattisgarh Public Service (Promotion) Rule 2003, for providing reservation of 32% to Scheduled Tribes and 13% to Scheduled Castes on state-level direct recruitment posts, in proportion with the population as per Census 2011.
- Hostels-ashrams and welfare organizations recognized by State Government will be included under MukhyamantriKhadyannaSahaytaYojana for allotment of food grains under welfare schemes. Under this scheme, 655 tons of rice will be allotted to the beneficiaries. Each beneficiary will be provided 15kgs of rice every month.
- Considering the busy schedule of Chief Minister, Chief Secretary would be appointed as the Chairman of the Corporation constituted under Chhattisgarh Road Development Corporation Limited Company Act, so as to ensure that Board of Directors’ regular meetings can be organized without delay. Now Chief Secretary would be the Secretary for Finance, Panchayat and Rural Development, PWD, Forest, Urban Administration and Development, Revenue, Mineral Resource Department and Managing Director Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh Road Development Corporation.
- Instead of Central Government’s JAM Portal, the Online Portal developed for purchase requirements of State Government’s department will be used from October 1, 2019. Cabinet has decided to amend the Chhattisgarh Government Store Purchase Rule 2002 (As Amended).
- Cabinet has decided to upgrade the post of Secretary, Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly, to Principal Secretary for the remaining the service period of current Secretary.
- Cabinet has decided to cancel the order dated 6/10/2018 to promote IAS officials to the payscale of Director General, as the Home Ministry of Government of India has not approved the three additional posts of DGP in the state.
- Judicial investigation reports of Mr. SatishNorange’s death in police custory in Janjgir-Champa district and the case of cattle dying in the cowsheds were presented in the meeting.
Raipur: Industry and business boom accelerated due to decisions of the state government - Chief Minister Mr. Baghel: Chief Minister joins Real Estate: Rising Chhattisgarh Program
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attended the Real Estate Rising Chhattisgarh program organized by Confederation of Indian Industries and CREDAI Chhattisgarh here today. He said on the occasion that due to the policies of the state government, the recession in the industry and business of the country in Chhattisgarh was not affected. The Chief Minister said that the guide line rate of land was reduced by 30 percent to speed up real estate. Similarly the diversion process was simplified. He said that for the convenience of traders, single window system will be introduced soon. Staff shortage will be overcome in town in country planning. Registration offices will also be organized.
The Chief Minister said that the plot size for LIG houses will be 90 square meters, similar to the Central Government in Chhattisgarh. The decisions taken by the Government of Madhya Pradesh regarding the EWS and LIG land will be tested and implemented. He spoke of taking appropriate decisions regarding keeping Agro Industries in the Orange sector. The Chief Minister said that loan waiver of farmers and purchased paddy from Rs. 2.5 thousand per quintal and Tendupatta remuneration rate was Rs. 4000 per standard bag. Then it was said that it is the government of the villagers, but as a result of these decisions, the industries and trade of Chhattisgarh The world has increased. The bullion business has grown along with the auto mobile sector. From the registry of small plots, revenue of Rs 92 crore was received from June to September last year. During the same period, the state government has received a revenue of Rs 152 crore this year.
Giving detailed information about Suraji Gram Yojana, the Chief Minister said that DPR has been prepared for the revival of one thousand 28 river-drains under Narva scheme. Work on these will start after the rain. He said that the Narva program is for everyone. Water is needed for all activities including farming, industry. This scheme will help in increasing the surface, subsoil and ground water. Chhattisgarh receives significant rainfall. Need to save it. He appealed to industrial and real estate-related businessmen to donate time to guide the villagers for the operation and management of the Gauthans being constructed under the Suraji scheme. He said that this work can be done by adopting one village each to serve cow mother. He informed that the Gothans are being constructed in the two thousand thousand villages, due to which 30 thousand acres of land has been secured for livestock.
The Chief Minister also honored the industrial representatives on this occasion for their remarkable work. Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Municipal Corporation Mayor Mr. Pramod Dubey also addressed the program. Industrial and real estate representatives including Confederation of Indian Industries Chairman Mr. Narendra Goyal and CREDAI Chhattisgarh Ravi Fatani were present on the occasion in large numbers.
Raipur : MoUs for capital investment in two projects worth Rs two thousand crore signed in presence of Chief Minister : Shri Cement Limited Company and RR Ispat Company signed MoU with State Government
Nearly 550 people to get employment
Two MoUs for capital investment in two projects worth Rs two thousand crores were signed for production of cement and fabricated steel, in the meeting of State Investment Promotion Board chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel at his residence office today. These projects would generate employment for 550. Shri Cement Limited Company and RR Ispat Company signed MoUs with Chhattisgarh Government. Chief Minister congratulated the office-bearers of both the companies and expressed hope that production under both the projects would begin soon and better employment opportunities would be created. Chief Minister requested the officials of the companies to generate employment for localites.
The two MoUs that were signed today in presence of Chief Minister include MoU signed between Shri Cement Ltd Company and Chhattisgarh Government for capital investment of Rs two thousand crore. This would provide employment to nearly 450 people in state. Under this MoU, Shri Cement Company would produce 8.3 metric ton clinker, 13.5 metric ton cement under the project. Captive power plant of capacity 170 MW would be established under the project. This proposed project would be established in village Khapridih in Simga tehsil of Balodabazar-Bhatapara district. This project required 400 acres of land, which the company already has. Company officials informed that the production under project would commence within 1 and a half to two years.
Second MoU was signed between Chhattisgarh Government and RR Ispat for capital investment of nearly Rs 19 crore 85 lakh. This would provide employment to 100 people. This project would be established in Achholi village of Urla industrial area in Raipur district. The project requires 6.75 hectares of land and the company already has it. Under this project, products such as steel structure for railway bridge, electricity poles would be manufactured. Company officials informed that the production would begin under the project within a year.
On behalf of State Government, Principal Secretary of Industry and Commerce Department signed the MoUs. On behalf of Shri Cement, Mr. Ravi Tiwari signed the MoU and on behalf of RR Ispat Company, Mr. Dinest Agrawal signed the MoU. On the occasion, Chief Secretary Mr. Sunil Kumar Kujur, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Mr. Amitabh Jain, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi and office-bearers of the companies along with officials of departments concerned were also present.
Raipur : Welfare of people of the state is the top-priotity of Chhattisgarh Government : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel : Chief Minister chairs review meeting of Railway Projects and Facilities for Passengers in Chhattisgarh
Officials directed to submit detailed report after surveying the damage caused to environment by rail projects and coal blocks, and adverse affects of the same on people
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that welfare of people of the state is the top priority of Chhattisgarh Government. In the meeting held at residence office of Chief Minister today, Chief Minister was reviewing the rail projects and facilities for passengers in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister took information from the officials concerned about how these railway projects would benefit the state and what facilities these projects would provide for passengers. He also asked about the employment that would be generated under these projects.
In the meeting, officials gave presentation on various railway projects proposed in Chhattisgarh. Officials informed during the presentation that these railway projects have been initiated mainly for transportation of coal, and the state would receive coal royalty for the same.
From the coal blocks that are being developed in state, coal would be supplied to states such as Gujarat, Hariyana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. On which, Chief Minister said that the industries in Chhattisgarh are not receiving sufficient supply of coal, because of which many industries had to shut down. If coal from state would be used to fuel industries in other states, then it is possibe that in future, we might end up having to buy our own coal. Chief Minister said that the coal mine is situated in dense forest, and development of the coal block would cost us our valuable forest resources. Coal mines and railway project would also lead to displacement of people. Major damage would be caused to the environment. And royalty that is expected from the project would not be able to compensate for the major damage caused. He gave instructions to the officials to survey the damage that can be caused because of development of coal block and railway projects, and also the adverse effects of the same on common people, employment opportunities and advantages of the same for Chhattisgarh and public in general. Chief Minister has directed the officials to submit the report within 15 days and organize a meeting after setting agenda.
In the meeting, presentation on east railway corridor, east-west railway corridor, Dallirajhara-Raoghat Raiway Project, Dongargarh-Khairagarh-Kawardha-Mungeli-Takhatpur-Ratanpur-Beltara-Katghora railway line and Kharsiya-Naya Raipur-Durg Railway Project was given. Agriculture and Water Resource Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Housing and Environment Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Revenue and Calamity Management Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Chief Secretary Mr. Sunil Kujur, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Amitabh Jain, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi and officials of CSIDC, Chhattisgarh Railway Corporation Limited and other concerned departments were also present.
Raipur : Chief Minister expressed grief on sad demise of Professor Dr Prabhu Dutt Kheda
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has expressed deep condolence on sad demise of Professor Dr Prabhu Dutt Kheda, who has been working for education of children from Baiga tribe living in the forests of Achanakmar. Chief Minister said in his tweet message that the man who enightened the lives of people of Baiga tribe with education, Ex-Professor of Delhi University Dr Prabhu Dutt Kheda was the embodiement of sacrifice, determination and selflessness. Chief Minister expressed profound grief on his demise. He empathized with the grief-stricken family of late Prof Kheda and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
Raipur: Children's exhibition attracted Chief Minister
The Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the new Language and Learning Foundation Foundation and Language Box at Government Higher Secondary School, Vaishali Nagar Bhilai today. On this occasion, science exhibition was organized by school students in school premises. The Chief Minister observed the science exhibition organized by the children. The school children demonstrated the Narva-Garuva-Ghurva-Bari model based on the schemes of the government. R Monika, a Class 12 student, designed the model of RTC Real Time Class. Which showed through the indicator how to protect against fire. Also, an exhibition to inform the flow of water after filling the tank was done through the indicator. Divya Sahu of class XII made hydro monics, in which she demonstrated the process of growing plants in PVC pipes. These exhibitions attracted Chief Minister towards him. The Chief Minister gave blessings and best wishes to all the child scientists.
Raipur: Elementary education in mother tongue is the most important, hence started the foundation project: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Gandhiji said that education in the mother tongue is important for the educational development of children,
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that elementary education is most important in the mother tongue, so foundation projects have been started in schools. The Chief Minister was addressing the foundation and language box program held at Vaishali Nagar Higher Secondary School, Bhilai today. He said that when children come to school, they also bring their mother tongue. They have difficulty in understanding the things taught in another language. Children should be comfortable with this process. The foundation project has been started for this. In this, not only are children being taught through the mother tongue, but in addition to reading, the thinking process is being given in them so that the imagination of the child is increased, he can understand things better, in a better way. Can express and express themselves with full confidence.
Mr. Baghel gave a beautiful example of the utility of education in the mother tongue. He said that a while back I was telling a story of bumblebees to children. I asked a child what it is. He told that it is a braid. I said if it is a bumblebee, he said clearly that it is a braid. He has learned it in his mother tongue as Lattu. It is his mother tongue that has given him the confidence that he is speaking with great vigor. Gandhiji also gave importance to education in the mother tongue. We have adopted it. The foundation project has been initiated by the School Education Department in this direction. The development of children's understanding and language knowledge will be faster.
The Chief Minister said that it is a matter of pleasure that our teachers have prepared the stories and material for the foundation project. To enhance the quality of education, we are running the board scheme of Black Board Two. We have taken a big initiative towards filling the shortage of science and math teachers. We will appoint them after the vacancy of the posts of Arts teachers. We are also working towards encouraging teachers. The Chief Minister said that linguistic development is most important for expression. In this new way of learning, the greatest emphasis is on learning. Children communicate in it. Reactions that lead to their creative development. He also fed children soy milk on the occasion. The Chief Minister said that it is most important that we focus on nutrition. He said that improving education should be our priority. Parents and social organizations can also contribute in this direction. Work progressively towards achieving the goal of Garhbo Nava Chhattisgarh through good quality education. On this occasion, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel honored the LAF trained teachers by giving them a citation. He also distributed kits issued by the LAF Foundation to the teachers.
On this occasion, MLA and Mayor Shri Devendra Yadav said that many important works have been done for the development of education in Bhilai. Work is being done in accordance with Gandhiji's spirit of Sarvodaya and Antyodaya. Legislator Shri Vidyaratan Bhasin said that the quality of education is developed by adopting innovations in the field of education. Director Holistic Education Shri P. Dayanand gave detailed information about the language box. He informed that it has been prepared for the group academic coordinators and teachers. There are 10 main topics related to language teaching in this compilation. On this occasion, Secretary and Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, School Education, Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi, Commissioner Mr. Dilip Wasnikar, IG Mr. Himanshu Gupta, Collector Mr. Ankit Anand, Director DPI S. Prakash, Director Seed Corporation Shri Narendra Dugga, SP Shri Prakhar Pandey and other officials were present.
Raipur: World Bank will help in Chhattisgarh government's 'Narva, Garwa, Ghuaruwa, Bari' scheme: World Bank's Country Head Mr. Junaid Kamal Ahmed meets Chief Minister
Discussion on topics related to the use of new agricultural technology and production growth
The World Bank will provide support for the Suraji Village Scheme of Government of Chhattisgarh, 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari Development Scheme'. Junaid Kamal Ahmed, Country Head of the World Bank, who was on a stay in Raipur, met Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel at his residence office here this morning. Mr. Ahmad discussed various topics related to measures to promote the use of new technology in less developed areas of agriculture vision of Chhattisgarh and increase agricultural production with Chief Minister Mr. Baghel and Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey present on the occasion. did.
The Chief Minister gave detailed information about the Suraji village scheme 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari Vikas Yojana' launched for the overall development of agro-based economy in the state. Mr. Baghel said that spontaneous cooperation of villagers is being provided in this scheme. Mr. Junaid commended the scheme launched for the progress of farming, 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari Vikas Yojana' in Chhattisgarh, through World Bank for the development of agricultural sector and agricultural infrastructure. - Assured possible cooperation.
Mr. Baghel told the World Bank's Country Head Mr. Junaid that the work of recharging the rivers and streams is being done under the Narva scheme. Livestock development works are being done through Garwa. In which Gowthan and pastures are being developed in the villages. The Gothans are being developed as day-care centers of animals. Shadow and water are being provided for the animals here, as well as compost and vermicompost and bio-gas will be produced in the ghurwa with cattle dung. Along with the work of animal breed improvement in Gothan, works will also be done for milk production.
The Chief Minister informed that women self-help groups and youth of the village are being connected with this work. With this scheme, there will be no need to encircle the fields to save the crop from animals, organic manure will be available to the farmers, agricultural cost will be reduced, people will also get employment opportunities. He informed that approval has been given for the construction of two thousand Gothans in the state, out of which about one and a half thousand gothas have been made. Under the Bari scheme, production of vegetables and seasonal fruits is being encouraged in the farmyard of farmers' homes. This will provide nutritious food. On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary and Commissioner of Agricultural Production, Mr. K.D.P. Rao, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi and Adviser to the Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma, along with concerned officials were present.