Take patients admitted to Kovid Hospital as per prescribed protocol without coming under pressure and recommendation: Shri Bhupesh Baghel
The Chief Minister controlled social organizations, non-government under Corona
And asked to seek the cooperation of voluntary organizations
Corona's potential patient after giving sample for examination
Keep yourself isolated
High level meeting with ministers and senior officials
Discussion on effective measures to prevent Kovid-19
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has also directed to seek help of social organizations, non-government and voluntary organizations for the prevention of corona in the state. He has also asked to link the corona control to the dharmashalas and ashram institutions run by various societies as well as the people associated with their operation. The Chief Minister has given strict instructions to senior officers and collectors of the Health Department in a high-level meeting held at his residence office today to provide them better treatment according to the advice of the doctors and the condition of the patient, without coming under any kind of recommendation and pressure. Health Minister Shri T.S. Singhdev, Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Advisor to the Chief Minister, Mr. Vinod Verma, Pradeep Sharma, Rajesh Tiwari and Ruchir Garg, Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary, Health Department, Mrs. Renu G. Pillay and Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister, Mr. Subrata Sahu were also present.
The Chief Minister has also instructed to increase the number of beds having oxygen facility in Kovid Hospitals and Corona Care Centers, as well as expedite the investigation and increase the scope of investigation of suspected patients of Corona. He has directed to ensure maximum presence of doctors and nurses in Kovid hospitals and isolation centers, so that they can be taken care of better. He asked the doctors and nursing staff to maintain a continuous dialogue with the patients admitted there along with regular rounds in the hospital wards. For this, he also suggested to take the services of post graduate students of medical colleges and final year students of nursing colleges.
The Chief Minister said in the meeting that it is a big challenge to stop the increasing cases of corona infection. For this, it is necessary to work on a war footing as well. We have to move in the direction of control over it through social participation along with governance and administration. He asked to ensure the recruitment of patients according to the protocol prescribed by the doctors, without coming under any kind of recommendation and pressure for admission to Kovid hospitals. After the patient arrives at the Kovid Care Centers, only the doctor will decide which hospital he is to be admitted and treated. The Chief Minister asked to provide information of Kovid Care Centers through webportal and app. He instructed to display the location of nearby Covid care centers in the app and its distance from the patient's area.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel laid special emphasis on making people aware to prevent corona infection and to follow the precautions and rules necessary to prevent infection. He asked the patients to promote the consumption of essential medicines as well as 'Sarvajvehar Churna' decoction prepared by the Forest Department. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel instructed to make arrangements for distribution of this decoction in public places and square-squares with the cooperation of local administration to increase people's resistance.
The Chief Minister said to increase the number of investigations using all three methods of investigation, RTPCR, True-NAT and Rapid Antigens. He directed to pay special attention to those suffering from cold, cough, fever and severe respiratory illness. The Chief Minister said that after giving the sample, people remained in isolation till the report came. This can prevent the possible spread of corona. He suggested to increase the number of testing centers as well as to take the services of post graduate students of microbiology to overcome the human resource shortage there. The Chief Minister also suggested to seek the cooperation of the dead persons from Corona after consulting the social institutions for the last rites.
The Chief Minister also instructed to use CSR item of local industries in the corona control in the districts with more corona patients. He said that through this, mobile testing vans, ambulances, testing kits, Kovid-19 testing camps and oxygen cylinders can be arranged. Commissioner of the Health Department, Dr. C.R. Prasanna, Secretary, Urban Administration Department, Mrs. Alarmalmangai D., Director Health Services Shri Neeraj Bansod, Director of National Health Mission, Dr. Priyanka Shukla and Dr. Rakesh Gupta, President of Hospital Board were also present. The Chief Minister gave necessary instructions through video conference to the collectors of the seven districts most affected by Corona, Raipur, Durg, Rajnandgaon, Bilaspur, Janjgir-Champa, Korba and Raigad.
'Samaveshi Vikas, Aapki Aas' to be the topic of the upcoming episode of 'Lokvaani'
10th episode of Lokvaani to be aired on September 13
Tenth episode of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel’s monthly radio programme-Lokvaani will be aired on September 13, Sunday. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will be speaking about inclusive development in the upcoming episode titled “Samaveshi Vikas, Aapki Aas”. Lokvaani programme will be aired from all the centers of Akashwani , FM radio stations and regional news channels in Chhattisgarh from 10.30am to 11am.
First Meeting of CAMPA governing body held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister
During lockdown from April 1 to present day, employment of 42.44 lakh human days created in CAMPA
Works should be sanctioned under MNREGA for Avarti Charai Yojana: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
An initiative to make elephants and humans friends
Green fodder reaping work in forests to be carried out as priority in the month of September and October: Employment to be generated
Under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, the first meeting of CAMPA governing body was held today. In this meeting held at his residence office, Mr. Baghel reviewed the works sanctioned under CAMPA fund. It was informed in the meeting that under the annual action plan of CAMPA in year 2019-20, employment of 89.73 lakh human days was created through various employment-oriented works at the cost of Rs 429 crore 21 lakh. In year 2020-21 during corona crisis, employment of 42.44 lakh human days has been created at the cost of Rs 219 crore 63 lakh, from April 1 till present. Chief Minister gave instructions to sanction as many MNREGA works as possible, under Avarti Charai Yojana and Forestland Rights Act, to provide maximum employment opportunities for people in forest regions. Chief Minister said that construction of 4400 gauthans has been completed, where a large number of cattle are being kept in day care. These gauthans require a large quantity of fodder. Keeping in view the requirement, forest management committees should conduct green fodder reaping work in the months of September and October. This will not only provide employment to people in forest areas but will also meet the fodder requirements of gauthans. On the occasion, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar was also present.
In the meeting, Mr. Baghel also reviewed the groundwater conservation and augmentation related works under Narva Yojana. It was informed in the meeting that in the action plan of year 2019-20 under Narva Vikas Yojana, 12 lakh 55 thousand 128 structures were approved, out of which development of 8 lakh 49 thousand structures has been complted till date. This includes check dam, stop dam, anicut, dike wall etc. Chief Minister also gave instructions to prioritize construction works of big ponds in forest regions under CAMPA fund. He emphasized on development of pastureland, plantation of fruit trees and development of water structures in forest regions for conservation of wildlife. Meanwhile, conservation of state animal wild buffalo, state bird Bastar Myna, , Reindeer, hyena, sonkutta, vulture etc. was also discussed. Discussion on detailed action plan to increase the number of lions and to improve the habitat for birds was held in the meeting.
Baghel said in the meeting that initiatives should be taken to make elephants friends with humans, so as to to prevent the situation of elephant-human conflict. He said that arrangements for adequate food and water etc. should be made in elephant habitat areas of the state, so as to control the elephant-human conflict. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel especially emphasized the Forest Department to make better action plans for creating public awareness regarding elephant-human conflict control. Chief Minister said that according to an estimate, there are about 6000 elephants in Kerala, and despite that elephant-human conflict is a rarely occurence. Necessary initiative should be taken towards making elephants friend of humans. He said that elephant is a very calm, intelligent and social animal, by understanding its nature and by creating public awareness, elephant-human conflict can be resolved.
A presentation on the Arpa River Revival Plan was given at the meeting. Chief Minister said that the work of Narva treatment along the route from Arpa river to Pendra to Shivnath river should be conducted as per the plan, so to ensure natural flow of water in Arpa throughout the year. On this occasion, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Subrat Sahu, Principal Secretary of Forest Department Mr. Manoj Pingua, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi, Chief Executive Officer of CAMPA Mr. V.P. Srinivasa Rao was present. Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Amitabh Jain Panchayat and Rural Development Department Principal Secretary Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi, Agriculture Production Commissioner Mrs. M. Geeta attended the meeting through video conferencing.
CMDC CMD pays courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel: 10 crore given in Chief Minister Relief Fund
CMDC CMD Sumit Deb paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel at his residence office here today. He handed over checks worth Rs 10 crore to the Chief Minister Mr. Baghel for the prevention and prevention of corona infection. The Chief Minister thanked Mr. Deb for this assistance.
Additional Chief Secretary Shri Subrata Sahu, Secretary Mineral Resources Department Mr. Ambalagan P. and Advisor to NMDC, Mr. Dinesh Srivastava were also present on the occasion.
SERO survey to be conducted for determining the status of herd immunity against COVID19 in the state: Samples to be collected in ten districts from September 16
To find out whether the people of Chhattisgarh have developed herd immunity against COVID-19, SERO survellience will be conducted by ICMR / RMRC Odisha and Chhattisgarh Health Department, as it was conducted in metro cities.
Today, Health Department officials informed that this survey will be conducted from September 16 in a total of 10 districts of the state including Raipur. The survey would be conducted from September 16 to September 18 in Raipur, and blood samples would be collected in 2 blocks of the districts i.e. Raipur and Tilda. 500 samples will be collected from each district, which includes collection of 260 samples from high risk groups such as TB and HIV afflicted people with low resistance, Containment Zone, Health personnel, Security personnel, Police, Security Force, Journalists, Rural, Tribes, Industrial personnel, Driver, Bank, postmen, aviation workers, prison inmates, old age homes, orphanages, shops, hostels etc and collection of 240 samples from selected 6 clusters of the district. These samples will be tested for Antibody immunoglobuli G and M. Sero survey will be conducted based on the number of COVID-19 infected patients per 10 lakh population.
Apart from Raipur district, the SERO survey will be conducted in Bilaspur, Korba, Mungeli, Jashpur, Janjgir Champa, Balrampur, Balodabazar, Rajnandgaon and Durg districts. In the remaining 9 districts, samples will be taken from September 20.
Raipur: Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated 'Godan Nyaya Yojana App': Dung vendors will get detailed information about cow dung sale online
Raipur: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel on Monday paid a third installment of Rs 6 crore 27 lakh to 76 thousand 803 cow dung vendors under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana through video conferencing from his residence office. The Chief Minister also launched the 'Godhan Nyaya Yojana App' on this occasion. Through this app, now the cow dung vendors of the state are online at home
Detailed information will be found regarding the sale of cow dung. Mr. Baghel commended the officials for preparing the app for the facilities of cattle rearing and dung vendors. The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Through the app, dung vendors as well as self-help groups can be added.
From purchasing dung to making vermi compost and selling it, information will be available. Along with this, which departments have been coordinated with vendors, this information will also be available to vendors. This will provide more opportunities for the marketing of compost manure manufactured to the beneficiaries.
On the occasion, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Minister of Women and Child Development, Mrs. Anila Bhendia, Parliamentary Secretary, Mrs. Rashmi Ashish Singh, Chairman of State Women Commission, Mrs. Kiranmayi Naik, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Subrata Sahu, Additional Chief Secretary Dr. Alok Shukla, Secretary Dr. M. M. Geetha, Secretary Mr. R. Prasanna, Mr. Nilesh Kshirsagar and other senior officials were present.
Raipur : Effective measures to be taken for prevention of corona virus infection in Mahanadi-Indravati Bhavan : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel gives instructions in the context to Chief Secretary
After having discussion with the office-bearers of Employee Associations, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has given instructions to Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal to ensure effective implementation of precautionary measures for prevention of corona infection in Mahanadi Bhavan and Indravati Bhavan.
Chief Minister said that proper precautions are being taken to ensure that the officials-employees do not face any inconvenience in discharging their duties at workplace during this corona crisis. After the discussion with all the employee association office-bearers about the measures required for prevention of corona infection in these buildings, Chief Minister has given instructions to Chief Secretary to ensure strict implementation of these precautionary measures in the offices.
Raipur: Rajiv Gandhi's dream is being fulfilled by sending money in the hands of the poor and the needy: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Godhan Nyaya Yojana: Third installment payment of Rs 6 crore 27 lakhs to cow dung vendors
Instructions for fast soldering for vermicompost production in Gothan
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The Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today paid a third installment of Rs 6 crore 27 lakh to 76 thousand 803 cow dung vendors under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana through video conferencing. Up to 31 August, 3 lakh 13 thousand 765 quintal dung was purchased from these cattle rearing and cow dung vendors. Is remarkable
So far, more than Rs 12 crore 70 lakh has been transferred to the dung vendors under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana, which started with the traditional Hareli Teer of Chhattisgarh. Maximum benefit of the scheme is being given to the poor and needy people of the state.
Under the scheme, one crore 67 lakh rupees were paid in the first installment, 4 crore 74 lakh rupees in the second installment and 6 crore 27 lakh rupees in the third installment. Maximum benefit of the scheme is being given to the poor and needy people of the state. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel also launched the 'Godhan Nyaya Yojana App' on this occasion.
Addressing the program, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said that the dream of former Prime Minister, late Shri Rajiv Gandhi, is being fulfilled in bringing money in the hands of livestock, poor and needy in the state.
He said that the Godhan Nyaya Yojana is becoming very popular among the poor, cattlemen, and the landless and poor are benefiting from the scheme. He said that by helping farmers, villagers, laborers and tribals in the state through various schemes and programs, we have been working to realize Rajiv's dreams.
The Chief Minister said that under the Godan Nyaya Yojana, the state government is procuring cow dung at the rate of Rs. 2 per kg. The scheme was started on July 20, the day of the Hareli festival. It was decided to pay the dung being purchased under the scheme within 15-15 days.
The Chief Minister said that vermicompost compost will be made from cow dung being purchased in Gothans. For this self-help groups are also being trained. The income of the villagers will increase with the Godhan Nyaya Yojana.
At present, out of one lakh 29 thousand 411 registered in 4419 Gothans, 2 lakh 561 cattle herders have sold 6 lakh 35 thousand 14 quintal dung. The total amount of which has been transferred to the bank accounts of cattle ranchers Rs. 12 crore 70 lakh.
Raipur: Chhattisgarh will have a new identity in the field of food processing: Chief Minister Mr. Baghel
MoU signed on four proposals for ethanol manufacturing in the state
Ethanol manufacturing units being established for the first time in Chhattisgarh
Annual target for manufacturing 117500 kiloliters of ethanol in four units
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Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that Chhattisgarh state will also have a new identity in the field of food processing in the entire country. In the presence of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, the MoU was concluded on four proposals of Rs 507 crore 82 lakh for ethanol manufacture in Chhattisgarh at his residence office here today. The annual production capacity of these units is one lakh 17 thousand 500 kiloliters of ethanol manufacturing. For which about 3 lakh 50 thousand tons of paddy will be required. The four units will provide employment to 583 persons. Out of these units, two units will be set up in Mungeli and one each in Janjgir-Champa and Mahasamund. These MoUs were signed on behalf of the state government by Mr. Manoj Pingua, Principal Secretary, Department of Industries and industrialists of the concerned ethanol manufacturing unit.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel congratulated and congratulated the establishment of ethanol manufacturing units in the state. He said that these ethanol manufacturing units will bring significant changes in the economy of Chhattisgarh. He told that Chhattisgarh is a rice bowl. This With the establishment of ethanol manufacturing units here, the excess of paddy in the state will be fully utilized. Its poor tribal farmers in the state will get rich benefits to all classes of people. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that it has been possible to set up ethanol manufacturing unit in Chhattisgarh with special initiative of the state government. He told that the identity of Chhattisgarh is known as cement, power and steel plant etc.But now the ethanol manufacturing unit will also create a new identity in the field of food processing in Chhattisgarh.
Raipur: National Nutrition Month - 2020: Chief Minister will inaugurate National Nutrition Month on September 7 at 6 pm through Facebook Live
Women and Child Development Minister Smt. Bhendia and Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Rashmi Singh will also be involved.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel will inaugurate National Nutrition Month 2020 through Facebook Live on September 7 at 6 pm. Women and Child Development Minister Smt. Anila Bhendia and Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Rashmi Ashish Singh will also attend the inaugural program.
Through Facebook Live, the people's representatives, officers of various associate departments working actively in nutrition campaign in the districts - employees, representatives of voluntary organizations, departmental officers - employees, Anganwadi workers, Sahayika Mitanin will also participate. URL of Facebook Live at the general public launch event
Can connect through https://www.facebook.com/WCDCgGov. The Department of Women and Child Development has appealed to more people to participate in the program.