Surajpur: People's life is being happy due to MNREGA works: Vermi compost becomes a means of livelihood in village Sunderpur
In the village panchayat Sundarpur of Bhaiyathan development block, the women of the village, who have been using cow dung as a tank, have got a new employment. The initiative of the government to create village-to-village Gothan has linked everyone to a new employment. The cow dung coming out of Gothan has not only become useful but has given work to many women of the village with empty hands and has started earning them. Organic fertilizer prepared from Gothan cow dung is being sold at Rs 10 per kg. The women of Sunderpur village had prepared four thousand kilograms of manure in just two months, in which two thousand kilograms of which has sold twenty thousand rupees. After knowing the usefulness of this organic manure prepared from earthworms, people are reaching to get it. After selling 20 quintals of vermicompost, 30 quintals of compost has been added, adding the remaining manure. Due to increasing demand for organic fertilizers, women of self-help groups engaged in this work are very happy. Now she is engaged in Gothan to fulfill the demand of 10 quintals of fertilizer. Initially, the women who were feeling compulsive by making compost, felt that who would buy this fertilizer, it should not prove to be a loss deal. But now that the demand has started increasing, the finished fertilizer is 21 quintals of compost, in which the demand will be fulfilled after 10 quintals of compost and they have to be united in preparing the fertilizer to meet the same demand. Gobar coming out of Gothan, along with advancing many women of the village in the path of self-sufficiency, also increased their income. The amount of kamost compost sold is being deposited in the account of the Gothan Committee.
The village panchayat Sundarpur is being identified as an ideal village under Bhaiyathan development block. With the initiative to promote Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari development, hundreds of women here have got an opportunity to move forward in the path of self-reliance by making Adarsh Gothan in the village. Here, organic manure from cow dung is being manufactured and sold to Joint Forest Management Committee (Ghosa) by the Women's Self Help Group. Along with settling their household chores, women have found a source of income by doing some work through Gothan. Group member Mrs. Bhanjani Aayam said that about 55 quintals of organic manure has been prepared by the group so far, out of which 40 quintals of organic manure has also been sold. Which is Rs 40000 at the rate of Rs 10 per kg. Now 30 quintals of organic manure has come again. He told that in Gothan, compost will be ready in 15 days in 15 days. Talking about increasing demand for organic manure, he said that in future most of the farmers will move towards organic crop. Seeing the way the demand for fertilizer has increased, it can be guessed that cow dung will not go in vain in the coming days.
Similarly, till now total organic fertilizer worth Rs 1 lakh 22 thousand has been sold by different groups in the district. Under the guidance of Collector Shri Deepak Soni and Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Mr. Ashwani Dewangan, women are creating new dimensions.
Raipur: Government committed to the interests of farmers: Balance of paddy purchase will be given under the scheme - Chief Minister Mr. Baghel
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated various development works in butter-land
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today performed bhumi pujan and inaugurated various development works of about Rs 20 crore in village Batrel of Patan, block development in Durg district. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that the government is committed to the interests of farmers. Right now farmers' paddy is being purchased for 1815 and 1835 rupees. The remaining amount will be transferred to the farmers under the scheme, as provided in the budget.
The Chief Minister said that the Central Government has banned the purchase of paddy from the bonus granting states. In this regard, in view of the specific situation of Chhattisgarh, the Center has been requested to allow farmers to buy paddy for Rs 2500. Farmers take three crops in Punjab and Haryana. In our country, farmers take only one crop, so farmers should get sufficient price for paddy so that the farmers are fully satisfied. He said that we are fully committed to protect the interests of farmers. Under the scheme, the balance will be transferred to the account of the farmers. Mr. Baghel said that Kalyan in Odisha and Raitu scheme in Telangana. Through them, the interests of farmers are being taken care of. In Chhattisgarh, a similar scheme will be done and will transfer the remaining amount to the farmers. The Chief Minister said that the Gauthan belongs to the farmers, the more they will be saved, the more it will prove to be a great medium for development. He asked the farmers to make compost manure through cow dung. A good market for organic farming is available, if for some reason the market is not available, then the government will buy it. Mr. Baghel has appealed to villagers to donate paras for the operation of Gowthan.
The Chief Minister said that the government is committed to expand irrigation facilities in Patan region. A big plan will be made for this. On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated the renovation work and renovation work of the health center of Butrell. Along with this, he also inaugurated the Lent Health Center constructed at a cost of 2 crore 43 lakh. Along with the inauguration of Morid and Khudmuda health centers, he also performed Bhumi Pujan of Ranitarai, Garadih and Achanpur centers. On the demand of the villagers, they also announced a boundary wall in the school premises. On this occasion, Mr. Baghel also distributed material to 300 Divyangjans and caste certificates to children.
Raipur: Chief Minister arrives on first day of paddy purchase.
Chief Minister arrived on the first day of paddy, Aundhi, Jamgaon (M), Tarra, Phunda's paddy center: Review of paddy: quality of tested paddy
Instructions to take care of farmers' convenience
Asked farmers and attacks
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel arrived at Aundhi, Jamgaon (M), Tarra and Phunda, Cooperative Society of Patan Development Block in Durg district on the first day after purchasing paddy from farmers on support price. He inspected the paddy procurement centers on the first day of paddy purchase. When the Chief Minister reached Aundhi's money-buying center, the local farmer Mr. Shronit Chandrakar's paddy was being sold there. The Chief Minister met the farmers and Hamal and asked about their well being. Mr. Baghel told the farmers that I have come to see necessary facilities in the procurement centers for farmers. The government will take care of all the facilities of the farmers. Farmers said in a happy atmosphere, Chief Minister has come to see our procurement system, it is very nice to see this. The Chief Minister himself weighed the paddy of farmer Mr. Tokhanlal Verma in Jamgaon (M). Mr. Baghel rubbed the paddy and tested its quality and said the quality is good.
The Chief Minister told the farmers during the inspection of paddy procurement center at village Tarra and Phunda that paddy is being purchased from the farmers in 1815 and 1825 rupees. The remaining amount will be transferred to the farmers after making a plan by making provisions in the budget. The government will take full care of the interests of the farmers. He met Hamal on the occasion and also took group photos.
The Chief Minister has instructed the officers and employees present to make all necessary arrangements for the purchase of paddy. He has said that farmers should not face any kind of problem and adequate gunny bags should be made available in procurement centers. Collector Shri Ankit Anand, present on the occasion, informed the Chief Minister that the tokens have been given. Paddy procurement system is being continuously monitored.
It is noteworthy that paddy is being procured in all the districts of the state by the Chhattisgarh State Cooperative Marketing Association (Markfed). Paddy procurement will be purchased in 33 new centers started in 2019-20 this year, including one thousand 995 procurement centers operated in the year 2018-19. The premises of 48 mandis and 76 sub-mandis in the state will be used for paddy procurement centers as per the last kharif marketing year.
In the current Kharif year 2019-20, 19 lakh 56 thousand farmers of the state have been registered, which is 16 lakh 97 thousand more than two lakh 58 thousand registered farmers last year. The state government will purchase paddy in cash and linking from the farmers of the state from December 1 to February 15, 2020 during the Kharif marketing year 2019-20. In the Kharif year 2019-20, themaximum limit of paddy procurement from farmers of the state has been set at 15 quintals per acre. In the Kharif year 2019-20, 85 lakh metric tonnes of paddy is estimated to be acquired from the farmers of the state.
The Chief Minister talked to the farmers about the arrangement of Gothan in Jamgaon-M. He said that many farmers are donating paras, it is a very good thing. With the cooperation of farmers, the work of Gothan will be much better.
Raipur : Contribution of every section of society is important in building prosperous Chhattisgarh : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
To build a prosperous Chhattisgarh, contribution of every section of society is important, said Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel while addressing the business meet organized by All India Regional Federation in Raipur. He said that we are heading towards building a prosperous and well-developed Chhattisgarh with collective efforts and contribution of every section of society including all the businessmen and entrepreneurs. Chief Minister said that State Government is making every possible effort to provide all the necessary facilities for business and industries. Ex-Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Mr. Digvijay Singh was also prominently present in the business meet. On the occasion, officials and members of All India Regional Federation were present.
Raipur : Chief Minister chaired review meeting of Chhattisgarh State Rural and Other Backward Region Development Authority and Scheduled Caste Development Authority
Instructions given for speedy completion of incomplete works
Public representatives should inspect respective areas
Proposals for new works invited from members of both the authorities
Urban areas could not be reviewed because of the model code of conduct in effect
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today presided over the review meeting of Chhattisgarh State Rural and other Backward Region Development Authority and Scheduled Caste Development Authority. In the meeting, progress of works under by both the authorities was reviewed. Chief Minister directed the officials to complete the incomplete construction works as soon as possible. To comply with the model code of conduct, works of both the authorities in urban areas were not reviewed.
Chief Minister said that under State Government's ambitious Suraji Gram Yojana, model cowsheds should be developed in villages. Facilities should be provided based on the parameters suitable there. Chief Minister directed the public representatives to regularly monitor the under-construction cowsheds in their respective areas. In the meeting, the proposal to request Central Government to revise the norms of CSR was unanimously approved. In the meeting, members of the authorities informed that to ensure transparency in CSR works, public representatives should be involved in the committee that sanctions works from this fund. Chief Minister requested members of both the authorities to submit new proposals within 10 days.
In the meeting, Chief Minister said that 'Gram Patel' should be appointed in villages and associated with Narva, Garva, Ghuruva, Bari. Chief Minister reviewed the progress of electrification of irretrievable irrigation pumps of farmers and Mini Mata Swavlamban Yojana. Chief Minister directed the officials to take suggestions from farmers and utilize the satelite maps available to recharge groundwater table and conserve surface water under Narva Yojana. There are 30 thousand canals in Chhattisgarh. Presently, DPR of 1028 canals is in progress.
In the meeting, Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Panchayat Minister Mr. TS Singhdeo, Tribal Welfare Minister Dr Premsai Singh, Urban Administration Minister Dr Shiv Kumar Daharia, Industru Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaising Agrawal, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendiya, Higher Education Minister Mr. Umesh Patel, Food and Civil Supply Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat, PHE Minister Mr. Guru Rudra Kumar, MP Mrs. Jyotsana Mahant, Mr. Guharam Ajgale and Mr. Santosh Pandey, members of both the authorities, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Amitabh Jain, Principal Secretary Panchayat and Rural Development Department Mr. Subrat Sahu, Principal Secretary of Chief Secretary Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi and other officials concerned were present.
Raipur: Along with education, rites are necessary: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel: R.K. Chief Minister attended the annual festival of Sarada Vidya Mandir
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel is here today Sarada attended the 10th anniversary of Vidya Mandir School. Addressing the function, he said that to become a good citizen, education along with rites is necessary. Continuous practice of yoga, along with keeping the body and mind healthy, does not weaken morale either. On this occasion, he congratulated and congratulated the outstanding students of the school for advancing in every sphere of life and for illuminating the name of the state and country. Mr. Baghel said that in 10 years the students of the school have brought laurels in the field of education, science, art, sports in the country and abroad. Along with the education of the children in the school is being given by the organization, the rite of association with its culture and civilization, all the people associated with the institution deserve congratulations.
At the ceremony, Mr. Baghel praised the portrayal of the touching incident of Jallianwala Bagh in the play's transformation of the role of the freedom movement on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi presented by school children. He said that the incident of Jallianwala Bagh was the turning point in the Indian independence movement, after which Mahatma Gandhi launched the Swadeshi Movement, the Non-Cooperation Movement, and the British Quit India Movement. Mr. Baghel said that he remembered his childhood after seeing the presentation of yoga. He said that he also practiced hard for yoga. During the practice, he had to be bothered many times by his teachers. Mr. Baghel told the children that continuous practice is necessary for yoga.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel also visited the art gallery made by the children. In the ceremony, he honored the outstanding students of the school by giving them a logo and a citation. On this occasion MLA Mr. Satyanarayana Sharma, Founder of the school Mr. Kamal Sarada, Chairman Mr. Pankaj Sarada, former IAS officer Mr. Sushil Trivedi, Secretary of the institution O.P. Singhania, school principal, teachers, students and parents were present.
Raipur: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel congratulated Shri Uddhav Thackeray on becoming the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has extended his heartiest congratulations and best wishes to Shri Uddhav Thackeray and all the ministers who took oath as Cabinet Ministers on taking oath as Chief Minister of Maharashtra. The Chief Minister has said that I believe that the newly elected government of Mahavikas Aghadi will give Maharashtra a new direction.
Raipur: After the meeting of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel with the Union Minister Shri Gadkari, the construction of Patrapali-Katghora road has been accelerated: Construction of National Highway worth Rs 600 crores
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel met Union Minister for Ground Floor and Transport Shri Nitin Gadkari last day. He held necessary discussions with Shri Gadkari regarding expediting the construction of Patrapali-Katghora National Highway under Korba district of the state. During this time, the pending cases related to forest and other departments in the construction of the highway were quickly resolved and in connection with the no objection letter. The construction of the Patrapali-Katghora National Highway has gained momentum after the Chief Minister Mr. Baghel's meeting with the Union Minister Mr. Garkari. N.H.A.I. Tender for the construction of the Patrapali-Katghora road has also been released. The Patrapali-Katghora National Highway is being constructed with an amount of Rs. 575 crores. With the construction of this road, people will get easy access to traffic in remote forest areas of the state.
Raipur : Chief Minister to chair meeting of three development authorities on November 30 : First Meeting of Mid-Region Development Authority
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will chair the meeting of State Rural and Other Backward Region, Scheduled Caste and Mid-Region Tribal Development Authorities on November 30s. Review meeting of Chhattisgarh State Rural and Other Backward Region Development Authority will commence from 11am, review meeting of Scheduled Caste Development Authority will be held at 12 noon and first meeting of Mid-Region Tribal Development Authority will be organized at 4pm. Officials of all three authorities have been requested to attend the meeting. In the meeting, financial sanctions, decisions made in previous meetings, budget available and latest proposals will be discussed in the meeting.
Raipur: Free Eye Screening of 4.32 Lakh School Children in Child Eye Safety Week
Eyeglasses given to 13,488 children with visual impairments, camps in 4,631 schools
5.27 lakhs in last seven months by Health Department
School children eye test
Children's Eye Safety Week was organized in Chhattisgarh from November 14 to 20 on the occasion of Children's Day as part of the National Blindness and Short-sighted Control Program. During this period, eyes of four lakh 32 thousand 252 children were examined free of cost. During Children's Eye Safety Week, eye camps were organized in four thousand 631 schools and glasses were also given to 13 thousand 488 children with visual impairments. In the last seven months, 15 thousand 845 children with visual impairments have been given free spectacles by eye test of five lakh 27 thousand 459 students of seven thousand 279 schools in the state.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and Health Minister Shri T.S. Singhdev also attended the camps organized during Children's Eye Safety Week and provided glasses to the children. It is noteworthy that to encourage people to donate eye for blindness prevention, Health Minister Mr. Singhdev himself has announced eye donation. Blindness and short-sight control program committees set up in districts to conduct awareness for eye protection, eye screening program as well as discussions and debate competitions on eye protection and health education were organized during Child Eye Safety Week.
Dr. Subhash Mishra, the nodal officer of the state blindness and under-vision control program, said that during Child Eye Safety Week, the eye assistants of the Health Department conducted three lakh 44 thousand 726 children in three thousand 716 schools in the state free of cost. In urban areas, the team of Viva (RBSK) examined the eyes of children. During this period, 87 thousand 526 children from 915 schools were examined by the Viva team. During the examination, the eye assistants and the Viva team asked the children to clean the eyes at least three to four times a day, wipe with a soft and clean cloth and immediately consult an eye doctor if there are any problems.
Dr. Mishra informed that in the current calendar year 2019, from April 1 to October 31, the eye assistants of the Health Department have visited five thousand 27 thousand 459 students in seven thousand 279 schools in the state. During eye test, 15 thousand 845 children who have been sighted are given free glasses. He informed that the National Blind Control Program was started in the state in 1978. The target under this program is to reduce blindness to 0.3 percent by the year 2020. Under the program, free cataract surgery, school students are given free glasses and treatment of other eye diseases. With the establishment of five eye banks in Chhattisgarh for prevention of blindness, eye donation has been appointed in Raipur and Bilaspur Medical Colleges to promote eye donation.