Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel attended the Chief Ministers Meeting organized by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi from his residence office here today through video conferencing ...
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel attended the Chief Ministers Meeting organized by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi from his residence office here today through video conferencing.
On this occasion, Health Minister Shri T.S. Singhdev, Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu, Additional Chief Secretary Mrs. Renu Pillay, Director General of Police Mr. DM Awasthi and senior officers were present.
Chief Minister attended the swearing-in ceremony of newly elected MLA Dr. KK Dhruv
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, the newly elected MLA from Marwahi Assembly held in the assembly premises today, Dr. K. K. Dhruv attended the oath taking ceremony. Assembly Speaker Dr. Charandas Mahant administered the oath of office and secrecy to him.
Dr. KK Dhruv took oath in Hindi in the name of God. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Shri Ravindra Choubey, Home Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu, Food and Civil Supplies Minister Shri Amarjeet Bhagat, along with many MLAs and distinguished people were present.
Notable increase of 13 percent in fish seed production and 9 percent in fish production in Chhattisgarh during last two years
A grand honour for the state as two fishermen of the state practising pisciculture, receive the National Award
They will be honoured on 21st November in New Delhi on the account of the World Fisheries Day
The Chief Minister and the Agriculture Minister have conveyed their regards and congratulated the fishermen and the impeccable institutions that have made the state proud
Chhattisgarh ranks 6th in fish production in the country
As a result of the encouragement given by state government under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel to fisheries and pisciculture, a notable increase of 13 percent in fish seed production and 9 percent in fish production has been recorded in Chhattisgarh during the last two years. A grand honour for the state in the field of fisheries and pisciculture as two fishermen of the state will be awarded and honoured at the national level for their remarkable contribution in the field of fisheries. The award will be presented at a ceremony held at AP Symposium Hall, Pusa Campus, New Delhi, by the Government of India, to mark the World Fisheries Day on 21st November.
Within the ceremony, the Masors MM Fish Seed Cultivation Private Limited, Mana, Raipur will be honoured with a cash prize of two lakh rupees along with a certificate of appreciation on the account of Best Fisheries enterprises. Also, Messrs. M.I.K
the company, Sihawa, District Dhamtari will receive a cash prize of Rs one lakh along with a certificate of appreciation, under the Best Proprietary Firm Cadre.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey have conveyed their regards and congratulated the fishermen and the impeccable institutions that have made the state proud.
Agriculture Minister Mr.Ravindra Chaubey stated that the farmers practising fisheries or pisciculture in the state are achieving constant success by adopting the latest technology. The state is self-sufficient in the field of fish seed production. Since the past two years, the fish seed production has increased by 13% in the state, with 251 crores standard fry to 267 crores standard fry. The state of Chhattisgarh has been ranked sixth in the field of fish seed production in the nation. He further quoted that, "It is a matter of immense proud for the state, that along with the supply of essential fish seeds in the state's fisheries, the state is also exporting fish seeds by the private sector to Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar".
The Director of Fisheries affirmed that the farmers of the state engaged in fisheries and pisciculture are achieving fish production up to 6-7 metric tons using modern technology. Within the past two years, fish production has increased from 4.89 lakh metric tons to 5.31 lakh metric tons in the state with an increase of 9 per cent.
Pangasius species are being cultured by pisciculturists of the state, with the construction of 1000 ponds on their land within the past two years. Progressive fish farmers of the state and farmers of the district Kanker are achieving fish production up to 60-70 metric tons per hectare by constructing ponds in a group, with the aid of latest technology and culturing the Pangasius fish species. The people of the state are getting healthy Protein-rich diet with its availability.
Culturing of fast-growing fish "Tilapia" has aided in increasing the fish production of the state. In the private sector. A Hatchery has been established in Raipur for the Tilapia seed production. The state has a consumption demand of approximately 20 tonnes of tilapia per day. The tilapia fishes are being exported to other states like Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. 3 crores of tilapia fish seed have been produced in the private sector, within the state this year.
The Cage culture technique ensures 100% attainment of fish in medium and large reservoirs of the state. Cages with the dimension of 6x4x4 meter are being installed in the reservoirs, with fast-growing fish such as 'Pangasius' and 'Telepia'. Approximately, 3000–5000 kgs of fishes are produced per cage. Up till now, 1400 cages have been installed in 11 districts of the state.
The project of installation of 1000 cages has been sanctioned at Hasdeo Bango, Korba, the largest reservoir in the state. After installing these, one unit each of 05-05 cages per beneficiary will be allocated for fisheries. 40 to 60 percent grant is being provided by the government to the local scheduled castes fishermen. A higher priority will
be provided to the people of the Duban region.
The latest technologies implemented in the field of fisheries in the state, such as integrated fisheries, intensive fisheries, pangasius farming and culturing, recirculatory aquaculture systems (RAS), have born fruitful results for the state. The fish production of the state is continuously increasing with the constant purification of water in the lesser area and less water area and adopting fisheries. Fisheries officers and progressive fish farmers from other states are getting inspired by studying and testing new technologies used in the state of Chhattisgarh, especially RAS.
The state government has approved a scheme to encourage the fishermen of the state to install bioflack technology to increase production by rearing fishes, using balanced food by installing small tanks in the area, with the instruments of the latest technology. A provision has been made to provide 40 per cent of financial assistance to the people of the state on the establishment of a unit costing Rs 7.50 lakh.
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Baghel meets Union Road Transport Minister: request for declarement of three new national highways in Chhattisgarh
Bharatmala Yojana: CM urged Union Minister for payment of compensation amount to land owners
Demands sanction of proposed works of national highway widening, upgrading and renovation worth Rs 11024.39
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today paid courtesy call on Union Road Transport and Highway Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari, during his Nagpur visit, and requested him to declare three new national highways for Chhattisgarh state. Chief Minister had reached Nagpur after his visit to New Delhi. He met Union Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari and extended hearty greetings of Diwali. He discussed various issues related to road development in Chhattisgarh.
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Baghel thanked Mr. Gadkari for tarring of Bhopalpatnam-Taralagud Road, and upgrading of Tatibandh flyover and Patrapali-Katghora Road in Raipur, Chhattisgarh. In the meeting, Chief Minister requested Union Minister Mr. Gadkari to sanction the proposed works of widening, upgrading and renovating the national highways and national highways in principle, worth Rs 11024.39 crores.
Under Bharatmala Yojana, Mr. Baghel informed Union Minister that Government of India has not paid the compensation amount against land acquisition for Raipur-Durg Bypass, because of which land owners are infuriated. Mr. Baghel requested Union Minister to ensure payment of the compensation amounts to the land owners as soon as possible. Chief Minister informed that Champa-Korba-Katghora Road is in dilapidated condition. The national highway connects the industrial town of Korba. Renovation work should be done as soon as possible by appointing road construction agency at the earliest. Besides, he also requested for allotment of Rs 50 crore in year 2020-21 under the periodical renewal, restarting the construction work of Raigarh-Saraipali national highway and urged to expedite the construction of Raipur-Dhamtari road.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel urged the Union Transport Minister to declare three new national highways in the state of Chhattisgarh. These include Raigarh - Gharghoda - Dharamjaigarh - Pathalgaon Road, Ambikapur - Vadrafnagar - Bamhni - Renukoot - Banaras Marg and Pandaria - Bajag - Gadasarai Road. Mr. Baghel said that these routes pass through tribal dominated areas and these routes also connect the proposed routes under the Bharatmala Project. By declaring these routes as national highways, tribal-dominated areas of the state will develop rapidly.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel also demanded approval for inclusion of five new roads, identified for widening and upgrading in the year 2019-20, under the annual action plan for the year 2020-21. He said that these roads could not be approved in late March 2020 due to lockdown. Their re-approval is necessary. These include construction of roads from Mungeli to Pandaria , Maddanmuda to Devbhog, Abhanpur to Pondmarg, Jhalmala-Balod-Sherpar road, ROB in Jayanagar. The total distance covered by these roads is 148 kilometers and their total cost is Rs 1414 crore. DPR for these roads has been prepared and and sent to Central Road Transport and Highways Ministry.
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh pays courtesy call on Union Petroleum Minister and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan
Seeks permission for production of bio-ethanol from surplus paddy
Union Minister agrees to increase kerosene oil quota for forest areas
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today met Union Petroleum, Natural Gas and Steel Minister Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan in New Delhi and urged him to give permission for production of bio-ethanol from surplus paddy purchased from the farmers of the state in addition to FCI. He also demanded increase in the quota of Kerosene oil in the forest areas.
During the meeting, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that nearly 80.38 lakh metric tons of paddy was procured in the Kharif marketing year 2018-19 in Chhattisgarh and 83.94 lakh metric tons of paddy in 2019-20, which resulted in surplus production of rice, thus exceeding the required quantity of rice for the central pool and the state pool under the public distribution system. The state was forced to take additional quantity of rice by milling surplus paddy.
He informed the union minister that state government has made necessary provisions in Chhattisgarh’s Industrial policy 2019-24 for setting up ethanol plants. Chhattisgarh has requested for permission to produce ethanol from about 6 lakh metric tonnes of paddy.
Mr. Baghel demanded permission for producing bio ethanol from surplus paddy purchased from farmers in the state, in addition to FCI. Chief Minister informed that an estimated 6 lakh tonnes of surplus paddy will be made available by the state government to ethanol plants for production.
Mr. Baghel drew union minister’s attention towards the requirement of more kerosene oil in forest areas and requested him to increase the quota of kerosene. Union Minister directed the officials for immediate action in the context. Union Minister gave assurances to fulfill the demands of Mr. Baghel with due consideration.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to the Union Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah
The Chief Minister has further addressed necessary tips and solutions to eliminate the issue of Naxalism from Bastar region
Steel plants of Bastar should get iron ore at 30% discount: This will lead to increased investment and employment opportunities among youth
Large number of solar power plants to be set up in Bastar
Generous grants should be provided for the establishment of minor forest produce, forest medicine processing units and cold chains
Support to be provided by the Center for the Bodhghat Multipurpose Irrigation Project on Indravati River
The District Collectors should be provided with at least Rs 50 crore every year to develop means of livelihood in the aspiring districts
In a letter addressed to the Union Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah, the Chief Minister of the state Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has jotted down some important suggestions, to eradicate the issue of Naxalism from its roots in the Bastar Region. He has further emphasized the fact that to deal with the Maoist crisis, it's quintessential to create a large number of employment opportunities in the affected areas, along with the ongoing strategy, so that the unemployed are not forced to join the Naxal groups.
To provide employment on a large scale in Naxal affected areas, Mr Baghel has suggested that iron ore is available in abundance in Bastar. Thereby, if 30% discount is provided in iron ore for the establishment of steel plants in Bastar, it will generate hundreds of crores worth of investment, thus providing direct and indirect employment opportunities in the remote areas.
Grid power has not yet reached large parts of the remote region, concerning the difficult geographical terrains. With the establishment of a large number of solar power plants, the energy needs of people and their economic development can be met strategically.
The Chief Minister has also mentioned in his letter that, small forest produce, forest medicines and many types of horticultural crops are present in the forest areas. But with the inadequacy of processing and sale, the collectors are not able to avail its fullest benefits. There is an urgent and indispensable need to provide generous grants for the establishment of processing units and cold chains in these areas.
Likewise, the implementation of the proposed Bodhghat multipurpose irrigation project on the banks of Indravati river will improve the irrigational and energy capacity is a major part of Bastar region and therefore,
assistance from the Central Government will aid in the establishment of this project. He further elaborates stating that, there is no separate financial grant from the Central Government to the Aspirational Districts at present. The seven districts of Bastar region of the state are identified as aspiring districts. It would be in the best interest, that district collector should be provided with an amount of Rs 50 crore each year, for the development of the means of livelihood of the people.
Drawing the attention of the Union Home Minister in the letter, the Chief Minister has written that concerning the efforts being made by the Chhattisgarh Government towards the elimination of the Naxal Crisis, with a letter written by the CM on September 03, 2020, he was able to garner the attention of the Union Home Minister on some important topics.
Out of the 07 additional CRPF battalions allocated in the state in 2018, 05 battalions were immediately directed to be deployed in the Bastar region. As per the information I've received, a special recruitment rally of the Army is being considered in Bastar division in March 2021 to render national service and provide employment opportunities to the youth of Bastar. With your kind initiative on both of these subjects, we will reach a decisive edge in the anti-Naxal campaign.
In the past years, the Government of India has generously provided assistance to the Naxalite affected states for the development of security forces, modernization, infrastructure construction and communication tools, which have yielded positive results.
Chief Minister Mr Baghel has affirmed in the letter, that if the above suggestions are taken into implementation, it will aid in the elimination of Naxalism within the next few years in the Bastar Zone. It's a humble request to kindly provide the maximum possible help from the centre for the smooth implementation of all the above stated activities.
Chief Minister gives justice to chit fund investors on Dhanteras
Attachment of property of fake chit fund company
16 thousand 796 investors back more than seven and a half crores
Odisha, with more than 13 and a half thousand investors from Chhattisgarh
Amounts returned to investors of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh as well
In a major action, Yalsco Real State and Agro Farming Ltd, a chit fund company that defrauded investors, has attached its assets and returned Rs 7 crore 33 lakh to investors today. The Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, transferred the online amount to the account of the investors in a program organized at his residence office here today. On this occasion, MLA and President of Chhattisgarh State Rural and Other Backward Classes Development Authority Mr. Daleshwar Sahu and Chairman of Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Mr. Girish Dewangan, Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Vinod Verma and Mr. Ruchir Garg, Additional Chief Secretary Home Mr. Subrata Sahu, Special Director General of Police Shri Ashok Juneja was present. It is noteworthy that Chief Minister Mr. Baghel had already said that mere FIRs on fake chit fund companies are not sufficient. We will work towards returning investors' money by attaching their property. Today, with the implementation of this announcement of the Chief Minister on the occasion of Dhanteras, investors have started getting justice.
The state government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, took action on fake chit fund companies and made the subject of getting their deposits to investors a priority. The Chief Minister himself reviews progress in such cases continuously. During the last two years, the government started investigating cases of fraud and started an FIR against fake companies and returning the money to investors. Also, cases registered against local youth working in the company were also withdrawn. At the same time, going beyond the promises made in the public manifesto, the Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel had said that in order to provide justice to the investors, along with tightening legal scrutiny on fake companies, their properties will be attached and the amount will be returned.
On receipt of complaints against Yalco Real State and Agro Farming Limited, the chit fund company of Rajnandgaon, the Rajnandgaon Collector had obtained information about the properties, in which a total of 292.36 acres of immovable property owned by the directors were found. The final order for attachment of this land was passed by the Special Court. After this, the attachment properties were auctioned by the concerned departmental officers. So far, 8 crore 15 lakh 34 thousand 345 rupees have been received from this auction. Auctions of each property of Rajnandgaon and Churia tehsils are yet to be auctioned.
Claim objections were received from investors of the company from 27 July 2020 to 20 August 2020. A total of 17 thousand 171 investors submitted a claim of Rs 24 crore 75 lakh 47 thousand 337. After reviewing the applications, 16 thousand 796 investors submitted claims with complete information. So far, the amount received from auction of properties is only one third of the claimed amount. The district level five-member committee has decided to return 30 percent of the claim amount submitted by 16 thousand 796 investors i.e. Rs 7 crore 32 lakh 95 thousand 528. Now the saving amount of the auction will be 82 lakh 38 thousand 817 remaining.
Of the 16 thousand 796 investors to whom the amount is being returned, 13 thousand 586 are from different districts of Chhattisgarh. Similarly, 197 are from Odisha, 2971 are from Maharashtra and 42 are from Madhya Pradesh. NEFT in the account of these investors The amount was transferred through.
More than 9 crores recovered from chit fund companies in last two years
Instructions have been given by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel to take strict action against the chit fund company operators. In the same sequence, in the last 02 years, on receiving a complaint of fraud against 34 companies, 63 cases were registered and 43 directors, 08 officials were arrested and strict court action was taken. In the last 02 years, out of the total number of pre-2018 cases, 80 accused of 43 cases have been arrested from other states, including 39 accused from Madhya Pradesh, 09 accused from Maharashtra, 05 accused from Rajasthan, 09 accused from Odisha, Delhi. Includes 07 accused, 02 accused from West Bengal, 07 accused from Uttar Pradesh, 02 accused from Bihar.
Till the year 2018, no company property was auctioned nor any amount was seized in the state. In the year 2019, the police sent a report to the District Collector for attachment proceedings in a total of 123 cases after continuous action for identification of movable and immovable property of chit fund companies and their directors. District collectors presented a report to the court for final order of attachment of property of 29 irregular financial institutions and directors. Out of this, in 17 cases till now, the court passed the final order of attachment and after auction, recovery proceedings were done, 9 crore 04 lakh 40 thousand 220 rupees were deposited in the account of the government. A total of Rs 22 lakh 94 thousand 243 was returned to 10 investors. Auction recovery proceedings in 02 cases are under process. Action is under process for interim order of attachment by District Collector in 84 cases.
Governance is fully sensitive to agents. In the past, local agents were criminalized, but in 59 cases, local agents arrested after 2019 have submitted applications to 104 agents to become official witnesses in the court. In 42 cases under investigation, 130 agents have been made official witnesses in 42 cases.
‘NEP 2020 reflects Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s thoughts’
Hyderabad: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s thoughts are reflected in the National Education Policy 2020, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) incharge Vice Chancellor, Prof S.M. Rahmatullah said in Wednesday.
“The new policy emphasises on technology and the Maulana had started it by setting up IITs in the early days after the independence of the country.
“It is our responsibility to move forward with this policy based on the ideas of Maulana Azad and to contribute in the development of the country,” he said.
Birth anniversary celebrations
Rahmatullah was addressing the birth anniversary celebrations of legendary freedom fighter and first Education Minister of independent India at the MANUU.
The day was celebrated as the National Education Day as declared by the government.
Prof. Abdul Hameed Khan, Director, Maulana Azad Chair, Marathwada University, Aurangabad, through his online lecture “Asr-e-Hazir me Maulana Abul Kalam Azad ki Manwiat” (Relevance of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad in contemporary times), dwelt on Maulana Azad’s multifaceted, multidimensional personality which encapsuled a scholar, theologian, journalist, linguist, literary expert, social reformer, and statesman.
Rahmatullah, the in charge Vice-Chancellor, MANUU presided over the function. Prof T.V. Kattimani, Vice-Chancellor, Central Tribal University, Vizianagaram, Andhra Pradesh was the chief guest.
Abdul Hameed said that Maulana Azad was a man of modern thinking and epitome of Hindu-Muslim unity, and his legacy cannot be confined to Indian politics only as his thinking was universal and for the welfare of humanity.
The Maulana strived not only for the freedom of the country but also for the emancipation of human thoughts and soul, he added.
Journalistic facet of Maulana Azad
Talking about the journalistic facet of Maulana Azad, he said that Azad’s writings created a zeal and enthusiasm in the country and his writings whipped the fire of patriotism and spirit of freedom in society.Kattimani, in his address recommended that Maulana’s thoughts, his speeches and writings should be included in syllabus of all Indian languages. “The new generation must know who is Maulana Azad and what were his contributions,” he said, adding that “it is a great insult to Maulana Azad if we call him a man of particular community, he is an Indian and fought for freedom of India and laid strong foundation for promotion of science, culture, and Indian languages”.
He established premier education institutions like UGC, IITs and IISCs etc. The Maulana always talked about technology, modern science, mother tongue, Indian languages, he remarked.
Kattimani also informed that he had translated into Hindi a book on Maulana Azad, written in English by Prof. B Shaikh Ali.
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From the center, Chhattisgarh has got only 56 thousand bales of gunny bags: about 4.75 lakh bales of gunny bags are needed for the purchase of paddy
Proceedings of the state government to purchase 70 thousand bags of gunny bags from the Gem portal
PDS saving bags will be used for paddy purchase
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The State Government has requested the Government of India to provide 3 lakh 50 thousand bales of gunny bags for purchase of paddy from farmers in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21 in Chhattisgarh. The government of India cut the gunny bags supplied to Chhattisgarh by 50 percent, only one lakh 43 thousand bales were supplied through the Jute Commissioner.
And so far the state has received only 56 thousand gunny bags. Due to drastic reduction in the supply of gunny bags by the Government of India, the purchase of new gunny bags of 70 thousand HDPE, PP through Gem portal is being done by the State Government. Apart from this, arrangements are also being made to procure paddy from the remaining gunny bags in PDS system.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has instructed to use savings gunny bags for paddy purchase after use in PDS system to prevent paddy purchase as a result of the Government of India cutting the supply of gunny bags. On the instructions of the Chief Minister, the Food Department has directed all the collectors of the state to collect the savings of gunny bags of PDS and keep them safe for paddy purchase.
It is noteworthy that about 95 lakh metric tonnes of paddy is estimated to be purchased in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21. It is expected that 4 lakh 75 thousand bales of gunny bags are required for the procurement of paddy. The Government of India was requested to provide 3 lakh 50 thousand bales of gunny bags for the purchase of paddy by the Government of Chhattisgarh.
On this request of the State Government, the information of supply of 3 lakh bales of gunny bags through Jute Commissioner Kolkata was given by the Government of India on 30 July 2020. On 9 October, in connection with the new jute gunny bags sent by the Government of India, it was informed that the supply of gunny bags to Chhattisgarh has been cut by 50 percent.
Only one lakh 43 thousand bales of gunny bags will be supplied to Chhattisgarh. So far, only 56 thousand bails of gunny bags have been received by the Government of India through the Jute Commissioner after the information of supply of one lakh 43 thousand bales of gunny bags. Paddy procurement should not be affected by the cut in supply according to the demand of gunny bags by the state government, for this, the collection of PDS gunny bags and Miller's old gunny bags are being verified in the state.
Chief Minister observes 'Chhattisgarh folk art craft world' on the charming banks of old pond
Chief Minister himself made a clay lamp by running chalk
Deepawali gift given to disabled, orphan girls and abandoned women
Purchased Diwali from Akashdeep Stalls in the sky in the sparkling premises
The Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel visited the 'Chhattisgarh Folk Art Crafts World' sale-cum-exhibition on the very attractive and illuminating coast this evening after the recent upgradation work of the old pond Vivekananda Sarovar.
The Chief Minister here, with the help of Raipur administration, women self-help groups 'Bihan', Municipal Corporation's women self-help groups, Chhattisgarh Matikala Board, Bilasa Handloom Emporium, Chhattisgarh Food and Village Industries Board, Chhattisgarh Handicraft Board And looked at the materials made through other traditional arts including attractive dung, worship material, folk craft materials.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister interacted with women, handicapped and potters of women self-help groups. It is noteworthy that the women of Bihan groups of Raipur district are not only making attractive diyas, idols and worship materials made of mud and cow dung, but they are also making dozens of other materials like various types of soaps, bakeries, cookies, pickles. The Godhan Nyaya Yojana is also proving very useful in making these materials. These materials have been kept for sale to common citizens. In the stall, Narayanpur self-help group made colorful bamboo and bulb-colored skirting, Kondagaon self-help group made of terracotta diyas, female self-help groups made of cow dung filet, western paper Stationery material made from, handloom garments have been put up for sale. Stalls of Bilasa Handloom, Shabari Emporium have also been set up in this complex. The Chief Minister also purchased Deepawali from the stalls. He also bought diya and worship material.
Instructions not to collect royalty tax on potters from soil
The Chief Minister did not stop herself from seeing the chalk kept in the stall by the women of self-help groups and also made a lamp with her own hands, like a potter as an artist who made clay artistic materials. On this occasion, he instructed the authorities to provide facilities to the potters to promote their business, as well as not to take the royalty tax in the soil.
When the Chief Minister reached near the Bellmetal Vending Center while walking, the artists there requested to play the traditional musical instrument Tonga 'trumpet' of Bastar. The Chief Minister readily accepted his request and played Tonga several times with a melodious voice.
At the Bihan stall, the Chief Minister provided the smart phones and hand clocks to the orphan girls of Balika Griha from the amount received from the sale of rakhi made by them on the occasion of Rakhi festival. On the occasion, Mr. Baghel has given Diwali gifts to more than 50 children and women, including 7 children of Akanksha Sanstha, 27 children from Kopalvani, 6 women and children of Navayuga Divyang Sanstha and girls of Balika Griha, 6 abandoned women of Nari Niketan. Provided diya, worship material, chocolate and other decoration materials.
After walking on the campus that was very attractive and illuminating, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel appealed to the citizens that we have traditionally had a glorious tradition of making clay lamps on the occasion of Deepawali. The working people are making clay and cow dung and worship material in the traditional as well as modern way. The citizen should continue to promote such glorious traditions, so that people associated with our traditional business continue to get good employment opportunities and have a good income. He said that cow dung lamps are also being made by women groups, which are in great demand all over the country, which are not being supplied.
Mr. Baghel flew Akashdeep in the sky and
Wished Happy Diwali to the people of the state
On this occasion, the Chief Minister flew Akashdeep into the sky in this attractive campus with the people's representatives and offered his best wishes to the people of the entire state for Deepawali.
On this occasion, MLAs Sarvajan Satyanarayana Sharma, Kuldeep Juneja, Vikas Upadhyay, Mayor Mr. Ejaz Dhebar, Chairman Mr. Pramod Dubey, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Food and Village Industries Board, Mr. Rajendra Tiwari, Chairman of Goseva Commission Mahant Mr. Ramsundar Das, Collector Dr. S. Bharatidasan, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Mr. Saurabh Kumar, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Dr. Gaurav Singh, M.D. of Raipur Smart City Officers and citizens including Mr. Prabhat Malik were present.