Raipur: Special Monitoring Cell for Crime Against Women constituted for prevention of women crimes
Suffering women not to take effective action in police stations, email of cell and
Complain can be made on the help line number
DGP Shri DM Awasthi gave instructions in video conferencing for immediate action on women's crimes
On the instructions of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel on prevention of women crimes, DGP Mr. DM Awasthi today took a meeting of police officers of all the districts through video conferencing. He said that Special Monitoring Cell for Crime Against Women has been made at Police Headquarters level for in-charge monitoring of crimes related to women. In which cases of crimes against women such as murder, rape, molestation, acid attack and dowry death will be monitored. DIG, Neha Champawat has been made in charge of this cell at Police Headquarters. Shri Awasthi has also given instructions for the formation of such a cell in each district, in which a gazetted level police officer will be appointed as the nodal officer. Progress report of investigation of crimes against women will be sent to the police headquarters daily by the cell formed in the district. Mr. Awasthi said that if the affected women do not take effective action in the cell set up in the district, they can contact the help line number 9479191667 and email id of the cell formed in the police headquarters at eubachieu / hoopsbwau. I myself will monitor the actions taken by the said cell every 15 days.
DGP Shri Awasthi directed that a woman cell should be formed in each police station in which the duty of women police officer should be imposed. So that the victim women can easily speak. He instructed that women help line numbers 1091 and dial 112 should be widely publicized by placing hoardings / flakes by identifying sensitive places in the district. Awareness should be spread in the rural areas also regarding the above numbers. Women patrolling teams should visit the sensitive places continuously and take immediate action on receiving any complaint. He said that crime research unit (P.S.A) is operated against women in 6 districts of Raipur, Durg, Rajnandgaon, Bilaspur, Janjgir-Champa and Raigad. 100% monitoring of female crimes by these units and inform the police headquarters daily about the progress of investigation. On this occasion, ADG Shri R.K. Vij, Mr. Ashok Juneja, Mr. Himanshu Gupta, Raipur IG Mr. Anand Chhabra, DIG Mr. O.P. Pal, AIG Mr. Mayank Shrivastava and police officers from all the districts were present.
Raipur: State Level Assessment Examination started to bring quality in education
In order to provide quality education to school children, the State Level Assessment Examination has been started by the School Education Department of the State Government. The examination, which started from 9 December last, will run till 14 December. Munadis are also being made in rural areas by the department to include school children in the examination. Several efforts are being made by the Education Department to bring awareness to the education of parents and students. The methods of teaching and learning of children have also been made attractive and interesting. Children and parents are also being made aware through Munadi to appear in the assessment test.
Education Department officials said that to ensure quality education in the state and to teach and assess children in classrooms in an interesting way, state-level assessment of children from class I to VIII is being taken, in which the state Summative assessment is being done in all government schools from 9-14 December. The special attraction of assessment this time is that the people of the village are motivating the children to go to school for assessment so that the children can get good quality education. The feedback from the state level assessment was taken from teachers and students. They too have described it as the best step towards quality education. In the state level assessment, the papers of class I and II have been made colorful, attractive and illustrative, which the children are very happy to solve.
Raipur: Will buy 15 quintals of paddy per acre in any condition from farmers, whether to extend the time or to purchase paddy number of installments: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Committees will ensure paddy purchase according to their capacity
Chief Minister appealed to farmers not to heed rumors
Till date, 9 lakh 34 thousand 726 metric tons of paddy purchased: payment of one thousand 40 crore rupees to one lakh 76 thousand farmers
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has assured the farmers of the state that the state government will procure paddy from farmers at the rate of 15 quintals per acre, irrespective of whether the time for paddy procurement is increased or the number of paddy purchase installments. Suppose to deposit in three ferry or five ferry, then it will be increased if required. The committees will ensure procurement of paddy according to their capacity like fork weight, number of hamlets etc. The Chief Minister was discussing with media representatives before leaving for a tour of Balod and Balodabazar district at Police Line Grounds here this morning.
The Chief Minister appealed to the farmers not to pay attention to the rumors being spread regarding the paddy purchase, saying that the runoff is spreading those who have been brokering paddy procurement and consuming paddy from other states in Chhattisgarh. Used to disturb paddy weighing and transporting. The Chief Minister said that the State Government has taken several steps to ensure smooth and orderly arrangement of paddy purchase. If any officers or employees harass the farmers undeservedly, strict action will be taken against them.
Mr. Baghel said that the government of Chhattisgarh is the government of farmers. The interest of farmers is paramount. The farmers have full faith in the state government. I assure that the interests of the farmers will be taken care of.
Till date, a total of 9 lakh 34 thousand 726 metric tons of paddy has been purchased, while one lakh 76 thousand 275 farmers have been paid Rs one thousand 40 crore.
Surprising inspection of various paddy procurement centers in the state for the second consecutive day of the Chief Secretary
Chief Secretary arrives at Jhakharpara Paddy Procurement Center in Odisha
Small and for issuing tokens for paddy purchase
Instructions to give priority to marginal farmers
On the instructions of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. The Mandal was inspected randomly for the second day today and inspected the arrangements made there. The Chief Secretary reached the Jhakharpara Paddy Procurement Center situated in the border bordering Odisha state of Gariaband district today by helicopter. He directed the Committee Manager, Tehsildar, SDM and Food Officer to do the work of paddy procurement as per the procedures laid down for paddy procurement here. The Chief Secretary also interacted with the farmers present there and assured them to issue tokens for the purchase of paddy as per the capacity of the committee and to purchase paddy from all the genuine farmers at the rate of 15 quintals per acre from their registered acreage. He directed the officers to give priority to small and marginal farmers for issuing tokens for paddy purchase.
It is important to note that Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that the farmers of the state do not have to worry about any kind. The state government will buy the entire paddy. The farmers are getting paid on time. They should stay away from the rumors being spread regarding the purchase of paddy. If needed, the time of purchase of paddy and the number of installments will also be increased. Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has instructed the Chief Secretary to check the arrangement of paddy procurement centers, under which the Chief Secretary along with a team of officers visited various districts of the state for two days and inspected the arrangements of the procurement centers there. Have been.
The Chief Secretary inspected the Paddy Procurement Centers located at Chirachari in Rajnandgaon district, Rengakhar in Kawardha district, Pandarbhatta in Mungeli district, Kota-Pipsarai-Bharari-Navra in Bilaspur district, Charpara in Janjgir-Champa district on December 9. During the inspection, he talked to the farmers directly and got information about the paddy purchase system. Farmers said that farmers are being given full support in paddy procurement centers. Shri Mandal also saw the online information being registered regarding registration and payment of farmers in paddy procurement centers. In Rengakhar, the farmer said that the message of money deposited in the mobile account has come. In Panderbhatta Mungeli, old farmers were also found selling paddy on tokens. The Chief Secretary has also instructed the District Collectors to form a milling scheme to get more and more paddy off the procurement centers by the millers. Dr. Kamalpreet Singh, Secretary, Food Department, Smt. Shammi Abidi, Managing Director of Markfed, Collector and Superintendent of Police were present on the occasion.
Raipur: Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh will be remembered for ages - Chief Minister Shri Baghel: Chief Minister joined the Veer Mela closing ceremony held at Raja Rao Plateau
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh will be remembered for ages. The country will always remember the historical contribution of Veer Narayan Singh and his heroic martyrdom in the Indian freedom struggle. Shri Baghel was addressing a huge public meeting at the concluding function of the three-day Veer Mela organized by Sarva Adivasi Samaj in Rajarao Plateau of Gurur block of Balod district on the sacrifice day of Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh, the great freedom fighter of Chhattisgarh. Earlier, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel garlanded the photographs of Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh and saluted his martyrdom.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that it was the dream of Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh to bring prosperity in the lives of the poor and farmers. We all have to make Chhattisgarh prosperous together, only then the dream of ancestors will be fulfilled. The Chief Minister said that the State Government has taken several major steps to provide priority employment to tribal youth living in forest areas and rural areas. It has been decided to constitute Junior Staff Selection Board for Bastar, Surguja and Bilaspur divisions. He said that the Tendu patta remuneration rate has been increased by the state government from Rs. 2500 to Rs. 4000 per bag. This will increase the income of tendu leaf collectors.
Raipur : Collector and SP visit Mr. Vijay Tiwari's house and meet his family, on instructions of Chief Minister
On instructions of Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Collector of Raipur district Dr S Bharatidasan and Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. Mohammad Arif H Sheikhk today visited Bhanpuri based house of Chief Mechanical Engineer Mr. Vijay Tiwari and met his brother Mr. Pawan Tiwari. They also met his wife Mrs. Anju Tiwari's brother Mr. SP Upadhyay in Deendayal Upadhyay Colony. It is noteworthy that 19 people have been kidnapped from the ship of Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Company near Bonny Off-Shore Terminal of Nigeria. Collector and SP have empathized with the families of the victims and has assured that government and administration will stand by them in this difficult time. State Government will provide every possible support.
Collector informed that Honourable Chief Minister has given instructions to Chief Secretary and Principal Secretary (Home) of the state to take necessary instructions in the context. State Government officials are in constant communication with Indian Embassy and Union Ministries concerned. Family members of Mr. & Mrs. Tiwari informed that they recieved the information about the incident from the Andheri, Mumbai based company.
Raipur : Every possible step would be taken to rescue the kidnapped couple : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel : Chief Minister speaks to younger brother of Mr. Vijay Tiwari on phone
State Government officials constantly in touch with Foreign Ministry and Embassy, as per instructions of Chief Minister
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that State Government would take every possible step to rescue Mr. & Mrs. Tiwari of Bhanpuri Raipur. The couple from Raipur has been kidnapped by pirates. State Government are constantly in communication with Foreign Ministry and Embassy. Mr. Baghel has spoken to Mr. Pawan Tiwari, younger brother of victim Mr. Vijay Tiwari, and assured him of providing every possible support. Superintendent of Police also met them. Chief Minister gave aforementioned information while addressing media representatives at Mana Airport, before leaving for Jashpur today morning. It is noteworthy that Mr. Vijay Tiwari and his wife, residents of Bhanpuri Raipur, have been kidnapped by pirates. Chief Minister has directed the officials concerned to provide every possible aid to the victim couple.
Raipur : Aanganbadi centres of Batrel become malnutrition-free, Chief Minister felicitates workers and assistants
Aanganbadi workers set an example with their consistent efforts and hard work under Mukhyamantri Suposhan Abhiyan
Mukhyamantri Suposhan Abhiyan launched by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel to eradicate malnutrition from state has begun to yield results on ground. Chief Minister himself is acknowledging the excellent work that is being done in various parts of the state under the scheme. Chief Minister has felicitated the workers and assistants of Batrel Aanganbadi Centre - 1and 4 of Durg district for achieving the target of malnutrition eradication.
In Batrel aanganbadi centres 1 and 4, three children have been cured of malnutrition. For this achievement, Chief Minister felicitated worker of Batrel aanganbadi-1 Mrs. Kaushalya Sharma and assistant Mrs. Domeshwari Sahu, and worker of Batrel aanganbadi-4 Mrs. Shailbala Kaushik and assistant Mrs. Deepika Sahu in a programe organized in Batrel. These workers and assistants have done excellent work under Suposhan Abhiyan. They did not only took care of nutrition needs of under-nourished children but also personally educated their guardians on nourishment of children.
District Programme Officer Mr. Vipin Jain informed that children are being provided extra supplement under Mukhyamantri Suposhan Mission. Under-nourished children are being provided jaggery and peanut bars. Children of 0-3 age group have been identified and are being provided nutritious food. Public participation is also being ensured in the process. He informed that officers are regularly monitoring works under Suposhan Abhiyan through whatsapp. Health checkup camps are being organized under Mukhyamantri Bal Sandarbh Yojana.
Raipur : Effective Integrated Plan to be chalked out for security of women in state : Chief Minister gives instructions to Chief Secretary to prepare the plan within two weeks
Dial-112 service to be made more effective
Women welfare schemes to be implemented in an integrated manner by Women and Child Development Department and Police Administration
Multiple Mobile App to be developed for women's safety
State Government will come up with an integrated plan for women's security in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has directed Chief Secretary to create an integrated plan for security of women and girls in the state within two weeks.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that no progress is possible in any society without participating of women. In Chhattisgarh's development as well, women play an important role. He said that it is an important responsibility of State Government to provide safe and positive environment for women in society, and Chhattisgarh Government is determined and committed to ensure safety and well-being of women.
Chief Minister said that the increasing number of cases of crime against women has alarmed the State Government to take even more effective steps to ensure security of women. Police Administration and Women Child Development are conducting different schemes for welfare and security of women, which needs to be integrated for better results.
Mr. Baghel said that Home Department and Women and Child Development Department should jointly prepare an integrated plan within two weeks. Chief Minister also gave instructions to make Dial 112 service more practical and effective. Advanced technology should be utilized to provide immediate help to women and multiple mobile apps should be developed for the same.
Raipur : Chief Minister extends greetings on Armed Forces Flag Day : We should come forward for welfare of armed force personnel of the nation : Mr. Baghel
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has extended greetings to people of the state on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day. On the occasion, Chief Minister said that this Flag Day signifies the unity of the nation and honour for Indian Army. He said that soldiers sacrifice their life for security and peace of the nation. Armed Forces Flag Day is dedicated to support and welfare of Armed Forces personnel. On this day, flags are distributed and funds are collected to support families of martyr personnel. Mr. Baghel requested people to come forward and contribute generously for honour and welfare of armed force personnel.
Raipur : Office-bearers of RADA pay courtesy call on Chief Minister : Significant growth in Automobile Sector due to State Government's policies
Office-bearers of RADA today paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel at his residence office. They thanked Chief Minister for the significant growth that automobile sector has undergone due to State Government's policies. Automobile dealers informed Chief Minister that from January 2019 to October 2019, there was 10% decline in retail sale of vehicles across India, Chhattisgarh registered nearly 25% growth in retail sale of these vehicles in the same duration. Delegation thanked Chief Minister saying that State's policies have led to positive change in rural economy. Today, Chhattisgarh is marching way ahead on the path of development as compared to other states.
During the meet, RADA Chairman Mr. Manish Raj Singhania and other officials were also present. They said that Chief Minister's policies and vision have empowered rural economy through historic decisions such as waiving off agricultural loans and procurement of paddy at Rs 2500 per quintal.