Raipur: Sufficiency campaign started appearing in Naxal-affected areas: 150 children died in 2 months in nutrition rehabilitation centers of Narayanpur district
Chirping children and their naughty style naturally attract everyone. Such beautiful views of the blossoming children are being seen in the nutritional rehabilitation centers of Narayanpur district. Nutrition rehabilitation centers are playing a big role in the fight against malnutrition. Special efforts are being made to bring physically challenged and malnourished children in the general category in these centers. Till November, 150 severely malnourished children of the district have been admitted to the rehabilitation center and brought to the general category by the month of Chief Minister Sucharnithan Abhiyan started on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on 2 October. In addition to Nutrition Rehabilitation Centers, nutritious food is being provided to women and children in 557 Anganwadi centers operated in the district under the Suraksha Abhiyan. Public awareness campaigns are also being conducted to take nutritious food among the people through Suchitran Rath, Kala Jatha. Its effect is visible in people.
Smt Kamalbati, resident of village Belgaum, who brought her child to the rehabilitation center in Narayanpur district hospital, told that on the advice of Mitanan she has been staying in the center with her 2-year-old child Subhash for the last 10 days. Regular health checkups and nutritious diet have improved the health of the child. Now he plays throughout the day and his interest in food has also increased. Other patients and family of the hospital are also attracted by Subhash's naughty antics. Similarly, one and a half year old Kumari Durgesh of village Sargipal is also admitted in rehabilitation center since last 14 days. Kumari Durgesh's mother Sanbati Bai told that earlier she was physically weak and used to live aloof. Durgesh's health has improved due to good food and care. The health of all the children who are receiving health benefits at the center is improving gradually. Here mothers of children are also told to prepare nutritious food at home. Apart from this, information about health related sanitation etc. is also provided in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center.
There are 5 nutrition rehabilitation centers in the district. In which the District Hospital in Narayanpur Development Block and Community Health Center Orchha in Orchha Development Block and Ramakrishna Mission Ashram have 10-bed Nutrition Rehabilitation Centers in Kundla, Orchha and Akabeda. Severely malnourished children are admitted to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center through Mitanins and Anganwadi workers and assistants. Here the child's mother and child are provided necessary treatment and nutritious diet under the supervision of pediatrician. Healthy medicines as well as nutritious diet like milk, khichdi etc. are given to them.
Address by Governor Ms. Uike in special session of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly
Governor Ms. Anusuiya Uike said on the occasion of the first session of the fifth Vidhan Sabha of Chhattisgarh state held in New Year 2020 today that the glorious traditions that the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly has established through its excellent functioning in a short span of time, form the golden page in the history of this Assembly. Is recorded in He said that today is my first time to come to this assembly, whose pleasant feeling is making me emotional and energized with a new energy. The Governor said that I am confident that together we will be successful in elevating the fame of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly. He said that all of you should contribute with full enthusiasm in the formation of Nava Chhattisgarh in accordance with the aspirations of the people of the state, my best wishes for this.
Governor Ms. Uike said that it is a matter of great pleasure and pride for me that in the new year, the activities of the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly are starting as a special occasion, so that we have a lot of loyalty, commitment and commitment to the great and holy Constitution of India. Have an opportunity to demonstrate. This has given us an opportunity to fulfill our duty towards the Constitution. It is indeed a matter of great fortune that your participation in the completion of the prescribed procedure for extending the time limit for reservation for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in the Indian constitution.
The governor said that I am very happy to say that my government has given light to better life for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in Chhattisgarh. The sensitivity of these sections and the commitment to empower them with constitutional rights have started a new era of trust for my government. He said that I am confident that the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly will accept the challenge of making democracy more strong as per its tradition. The Governor said that with the activeness and contribution of all of you, this temple of democracy will be successful in fulfilling the aspirations of the people.
A meeting of the Working Committee was held in the committee room located at the Vidhan Sabha premises here today under the chairmanship of Speaker Dr. Charandas Mahant.
A meeting of the Business Advisory Committee was held in the committee room located in the Vidhan Sabha premises here today under the chairmanship of Speaker Dr. Charan Das Mahant. Members of the committee were present along with Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Leader of Opposition Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik, Assembly Deputy Speaker Mr. Manoj Mandavi, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey.
Lokvani: (Your talk - with Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel) Broadcast date - January 12, 2020
Hello everyone, Jai Johar.
- For the sixth episode of Lokvani, the Honorable Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has visited Raipur Studio of All India Radio.
- Honorable Chief Minister, congratulations to you on behalf of the family of Akashvani, from the audience of Lokvani, and on behalf of all the peers who are listening to this program.
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- Under your leadership, in Chhattisgarh in the past year, a new phase has started in Chhattisgarh with enthusiasm, enthusiasm, self-respect, identity and new energy. Chhattisgarh has moved in new directions. Chhattisgarh is being called the new faith of the country. The new year 2020 brings a lot of new expectations.
Today, a new era of Lokvani is starting with your welcome and greetings.
Honorable Chief Minister's reply
- Jummo Sunavaiya Sangwari Mana La Twenti-Twenty, Nava Bachhar's congratulations and good luck.
- 2019 the first calf of the Hamar government.
- Te paay ke hamar sabale big responsibility reheis, restoration of trust.
- Believe in the heart of the heart, be in the government of the heart, make the country and the world, live on our own, this is a big challenge.
Today, when Aapaman emerged as the Nava Biswas of Chhattisgarh country of Kahithav, then Mola Abbad Santos met. I am completely in love with Jane Radda.
- In the journey of a calf, with Mola Jummo Mana, Milis, Asirvad Milis, Maya Millis, Guidarshan Milis, Te Paay, today in the country and the world, there is a cheering of the mind of Chhattisgarh and of Chhattisgarh. Jummo Shrey Aapman k Howe.
- Honorable Chief Minister, many friends have shared their experiences of past one year, shared, let us hear, their views.
1. Santosh Gupta, Sukma
- I am speaking from Sukma district. My name is Santosh Gupta. Which is the work done by the Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh, as with the lease distribution. I want to thank the honorable Chief Minister in this regard, the scheme which is registry is very good. There was a registry of 5 dismill leash. People did not have any money. Could not get land registry done. Today, two and a half decimal land is also being registered. I thank the honorable Chief Minister for this work.
2. Manvendra Sahu, Garrapar
- All your schemes have been very effective in all the areas, run the government with similar success in future. Congratulations very much.
3. Satish Upadhyay, Manendragarh, Korea-
- Honorable Chief Minister in one year of service, which Chhattisgarh government has done or has done amazing work. He is going to understand new history by highlighting Shri Ram's forest movement.
Through our tableau of Chhattisgarh in the Republic Day parade, this year, the glimpse of our tradition and culture of Chhattisgarh will be displayed before the country. Many such employment opportunities are also coming up under the Pauni-Pasari scheme, under which our youth who are unemployed will get the opportunity to work through handloom, handicrafts and traditional business. Honorable Chief Minister, the position of Chhattisgarh in the map of India is making it very strong.
Other states have also expressed their intention to adopt Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari schemes. Suchitan Abhiyan was started, it is getting good results. Honorable Chief Minister, our Chhattisgarh Government has received 22 awards for outstanding work in the schemes of Panchayat and Rural Development.
The civilization and culture of our Chhattisgarh has been famous throughout the country and abroad through national tribal dance. No one has done such a wonderful work in the history of Chhattisgarh. I salute your thinking and foresight.
Honorable Chief Minister's reply
Thank you to Santosh Bhai, Nagavendra Bhai, Satish Bhai and all your colleagues that you understood the spirit of service and hard work of our government.
- If you continue to receive your best wishes and cooperation in this way, then definitely you will change the picture of Chhattisgarh in the coming years.
- Continuation of giving relief and priority to the public is going on.
- We have also started the country's largest "health care scheme" from 1 January 2020.
- For the treatment of each member of all 65 lakh families of the state, "Dr. Khoobchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme and "Chief Minister Special Health Assistance Scheme" have been started.
Raipur : Youth ‘Mahakumbh’ to be held in State Capital : Preparations in full swing : Sports Minister Mr.Umesh Patel conducts inspection of preparations
State Level Youth Festival begins on January 12
State Level Youth Festival- The Youth ‘Mahakumbh’ which showcases the culture of Chhattisgarh will be held in Raipur at the Science College Ground. In this festival various events related to Chhattisgarh’s traditional dance, sports , folk-song,painting,quiz ,cuisine and fashion will be held.Running from 12 to 14 January, this festival will be inaugurated by Governor Ms. Anusuiya Uike and will be presided over by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. The opening ceremony with commence at 12 noon. Members of the cabinet will also be present along with the Speaker Dr. Charan Das Mahant.
Under the guidance of Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Shri Umesh Patel the preparations for the State Level Youth Festival are under full swing at the Science College ground. Today, he took stock of the preparations and gave necessary instructions to the officers. Youth festival competitions will be held at various venues including Science College ground,Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Auditorium, Science College Auditorium and Pandit Ravi Shankar University's auditorium and sports ground.
More than 4000 spectators will be able to enjoy this festival. The Main stage ,with a green room behind it ,has been constructed in a total area of about 18000 sq ft.. A Muktakashi Manch has also been prepared nearby, which will feature Raut Nacha, Bastaria Nach, Bhaura ,Fugdi and folk dance competitions.
Quiz and painting competition
The youth festival will also feature a quiz competition for the youth, which will be held in the hall located in the upper floor of the Sports Directorate. A Painting competition based on the folk culture of Chhattisgarh will be held on 12 January in the upper floor of the Directorate of Sports Complex . 32 youth are participating in this competition.
Chhattisgarhi Fashion Competition
A fashion competition of traditional costumes based on art and culture of Chhattisgarh will be organized along with a Debate competition . An improvised speech competition will be held on 13 January at Pandit Deendayal Auditorium with 29 contestants participating in .
Food festival on Chhattisgarhi cuisine
A food festival based on Chhattisgarhi cuisine will be held in the Dome of the sports complex in which a competition various cuisines including Chhattisgarhi Fara, Chila, Typical, Khurmi, Bada, Bhajia, Sohari, Arsa will be organized
Traditional sports of Chhattisgarh will be organized on 12 and 13 January in the sports complex of Pandit Ravi Shankar University. Youth from all 27 districts will participate in the women and men Kho-Kho and Kabbaddi competition . There will be 65 teams in Kho-Kho, 67 in Kabaddi, 23 teams in the Gedi race..
Classical music and dance
A total of 52 participants will take part in the classical dance competition to be held in Pandit Deendayal Auditorium featuring Manipuri, Odissi, Bharatanatyam ,Kathak and Kuchipudi dance forms. Classical singing competitions will be held on January 12 from 1 pm to 9 pm and on 13 January from 9 am to 9 pm.
An exhibition of development works done in the state will be held at the venue where a replica of the famous Bhoramdev temple of Kawardha district is being built. The public relations department will organize a photographic exhibition at the exhibition site. In which, a pictorial display of various works done in the last 1 year by th government will be showcased . Department of Culture and Tourism will also organize an exhibition related to tourism and archaeological sites of the state.
Skill development and employment guidance
A special stall will be set up by the Employment Office to guide the youth regarding the job opportunities in government and private institutions according to their educational qualification. Apart from this, special guidance for skill development will be provided by the Skill Development Authority.
195 buses arranged for participants
195 buses have been arranged to facilitate easy commutation to the venue. The nodal officers of the concerned district will make arrangements to commute youth to the designated place. For every two districts Officers of the State Administrative Service have been made nodal officers and DSP rank officers have been given the responsibility of security for the parties in each district. Three huge domes have been constructed to cater food to more than 7000 participants. Each dome will have a dining arrangement of 2000 people together. Cuisines including delicious Chhattisgarhi dishes will be served to the youth .
Approximately 3000 personnel deployed for security
More than 3000 personnel will be deployed for law and order. Along with providing security for the grand event, these personnel will also give a warm welcome to the artists coming from different districts of the state which will help in creating a better image of police . It is worth mentioning that during the National Tribal Dance Festival, the police personnel had presented an excellent example by welcoming the artists from abroad and all over the country by taking care of their facilities.
Media Center and Police Assistance Center
A media center has also been built next to the main stage at the venue so that media personnel and officials of media related departments will be able to easily exchange information. There will also be a facility of computer internet in the media center, a police assistance center has been built next to the media center. An emergency medical center will be located near this, where a team of doctors will be stationed. The control room has also been built here for the smooth functioning of the arrangements during the Youth Festival.
Various programs will be held on 12 January
On the main stage of the Sports Directorate campus Karama Nach, on the second stage folk dance and in the open stage Raut Nacha will be organsied on 12 January. There will be an essay and painting competition in the hall above the Sports Directorate from 1 pm to 6 pm. In the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium a competition of folk songs in 1500 seater hall, classical Hindustani and Carnatic music in 100 seater hall, guitar and sitar playing in 60 seater hall will be held from 1 pm to 6.30 pm. In Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla University Auditorium an Ekanki Drama will be staged from 1 pm to 7 pm and In Science College Auditorium a tabla playing competition will be held from 1 pm to 8 pm. In the open ground of University sports competition campus Kho Kho (Women and Men), Kabaddi (Women) competitions will be held continuously from 1 o'clock in the morning.
Raipur : Development of every individual of the state is our goal - Chief Minister Mr. Baghel
Newly-elected Public Representatives have major responsibility of Raipur City's development on their shoulders, says Chief Minister
Taking charge ceremony of Mayor, Speaker and Corporators of Raipur Municipal Corporation
While addressing the taking charge ceremony of newly-elected Mayor Mr. Ejaz Dhebar, Speaker Mr. Pramod Dubey, and Corporators of Raipur Municipal Corporation at Indoor Stadium today, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that newly-elected public representatives have a major responsibility of Raipur city's development on their shoulder. Chief Minister added that these public representatives have the potential to give a distinct identity to Chhattisgarh with their efforts and initiatives. Chief Minister congratulated the newly-elected public representatives and said that sufficient funds will be provided for development of the capital city.
Chief Minister said that people have confidence and a high-level of trust on the elected public representatives. Now, it is their responsibility to live up to the expectations of people. Mr. Baghel said that Chhattisgarh Government's schemes are based on all-round development of 'individuals' of the state. This is our goal. He said that we are determined to bring about major positive changes in education, health, and employment sector of Chhattisgarh, and we will not stop until we achieve this goal.
Chief Minister said that we are celebrating Chherchhera festival today. On this occasion, he along with his cabinet ministers visited Dudhadhari math and asked for 'daan'. Mahant Rajeshri Ramsundar Das donated paddy and Rs 1.25 lakh for Suposhan Abhiyan to eradicate malnutrition. He added that when society supports a campaign, it becomes easier to achieve the cause. The programme was also addressed by Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Member of Rajya Sabha Mrs. Chhaya Verma, Urban Administration Minister Dr Shiv Daharia, MLAs- Mr. Mohan Markam, Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma, Mr. Kuldeep Juneja, Mr. Vikas Upadhyay, Mrs. Anita Yogendra Sharma, Mr. Suryakant Rathore.
Mayor Mr. Ejaz Dhebar said in his address to the programme that our aim is to establish the identity of Raipur city as clean, beautiful pollution-free city. As per Chief Minister's vision of 'Gadhbo Nava Chhattisgarh', we would focus on providing every basic facility in the city along with effective implementation of government schemes. Speaker Raipur Municipal Corporation Mr. Pramod Dubey said that Honourable President of India had awarded Raipur city for cleanliness and safe-drinking water supply facility. And in future as well, this series of achievements would continue. The programme was attended by Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendiya, Mr. Dhanendra Sahu, Mahant Rajeshri Ramsundar Das, Mrs. Fulo Devi Netram, Collector Dr S Bharatidasan, Senior SP Mohammad Arif Sheikh, Commissioner Municipal Corporation Dr Shiv Anant Tayal and other prominent citizens were present.
Remarkable success in municipal elections is the public approval to the State Government's works : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel gave certificates to Mayor Mrs. Hema Deshmukh and Speaker Mr. Harinarayan Dhaketa. All the guests at the programme congratulated the officials and corporators of Municipal Corporation Rajnandgaon. Mayor Mrs. Hema Dekhmukh in her address to the programme gave the slogan of 'Gadhbo Nava Rajnandgaon' on the lines of 'Gadhbo Nava Chhattisgarh'. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that Chhattisgarh is the land of saints, scholars and great people, whose blessings have given Chhattisgarh the identity of peaceful state with culture of harmony and fraternity. Mr. Baghel said that in last one year, Chhattisgarh Government has made schemes for every section of society and implemented it in an effective manner. Main motive behind 'Gadhbo Nava Chhattisgarh' mission is to provide proper healthcare, employement, housing, education facilities and food security to people of the state. Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendiya also addressed the programme and congratulated the newly-elected officials and corporators of Municipal Corporation Rajnandgaon.
At the onset, State Song 'Arpa Pairi Ke Dhar- Mahanadi Hai Apar' song was sung, while people in the auditorium stood up in honour of the state song. Vote of thanks was proposed by Speaker Municipal Corporation Rajnandgaon Mr. Harinarayan Dhaketa. On the occasion, Member Chhattisgarh State Minority Commission Mr. Hafeez Khan, Rajgami Sampada Nyas Chairman Mr. Vivek Vasnik and local public representatives as well as common people were present.
Raipur: Our goal is not to construct skyscrapers, but to focus on individuals: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chhattisgarh poses major challenge for malnutrition and anemia from Naxalism
Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attends ThinkAddu Conclave 2020 held in Chennai
Information given about the reforms in the field of education in the state
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that our goal is not to construct skyscrapers and airports, but to focus on the people living in Chhattisgarh. Mr. Baghel was addressing the audience of The New Indian Express - Think Edu Conclave 2020 in Chennai today. The Chief Minister also spoke about the programs that his one-year government has adopted to promote the development of the state. Mr. Baghel said that farmers in our state are getting the highest price of paddy in the entire country. Ever since this government came to power, we have waived the debt of farmers and waived them in the electricity bill. He said that his state's growth in the automobile, gems and real estate sector has been impressive in just one year.
Mr. Baghel said that 39 percent of the population is still below the poverty line. A large proportion of our children are malnourished. Many of our women are anemic. And these problems are bigger than Naxalism. Every problem is solved. He said that the poor and malnourished children of Chhattisgarh are given hot nutritious food. In the Naxal-affected Bastar district, we have reopened 200 such schools, which were earlier closed by the Naxalites. There was a lot of loss of education in this area due to Naxal activities. He said that schools in Jagargunda and Bhejji have been reopened after 13 years. Schools have also been remodeled and better education of children has been made here.
The Chief Minister said that we have 55,000 government schools where 65 lakh students are studying. We recently worked with para teachers and volunteer teachers and incorporated them into the government machinery. More than 1.5 lakh teachers have now become permanent teachers. This year 15,000 new teachers were recruited. He said that the 2014 National Achievement Survey placed our state at 34th place among all states and union territories. We have, however, improved our rank this year and it is ranked 19th. Mr. Baghel also spoke about the reforms undertaken by his government in the education sector. He said that our focus is on development through education. The government has also improved classroom teaching styles. We have adopted a system that focuses on individual learning. There is scope for community participation these days. We have also developed mobile apps for school students.
He said that Naxalism is definitely an issue that no one can ignore while talking about Chhattisgarh. We cannot resolve violence with violence. This is a strategy that governments have followed for years. However, we can instead discuss and interact with all stakeholders, this is the way forward.
Chhattisgarh Sports Development Authority constituted: Chief Minister Authority Chairman and Sports Minister to be ex-officio Vice President
RAIPUR : (TNIS )The Chhattisgarh Sports Development Authority has been formed by the Sports and Youth Welfare Department of the state government. It has been registered under the Chhattisgarh Society Registration Act 1973. The Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will be the ex-officio Chairman, while the Minister of Sports and Youth Welfare Mr. Umesh Kumar Patel will be the ex-officio Vice President. All ministers of governance have been made ex-officio members of the authority.
Chief Secretary Authority's ex-officio convenor and Additional Chief Secretary Finance, Principal Secretary Home Department, Principal Secretary School Education, Secretary Sports and Youth Welfare, Secretary Higher Education, Secretary Urban Administration and Development Department, Commissioner / Director Sports and Youth Welfare will be its ex-officio members. . Its Head Office Directorate of Sports and Youth Welfare International Hockey Stadium has been set up at GE Road Raipur.
It is to be noted that Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had announced the formation of Sports Development Authority in the state to provide better sports infrastructure to the players along with the expansion of sports facilities in Chhattisgarh, which has resulted in the formation of Sports Development Authority.
The main objective of the formation of this authority is to make policy decisions in the field of sports, coordination with the departments related to sports, decisions regarding national and international level events as well as financial assistance under the sports development schemes of the Government of India. I
Apart from this, development of sports infrastructure through cooperation obtained through other statutory methods, creation of necessary resources for sports by coordinating education and sports, implementation of sports excellence centers and sports schools and providing support to sports institutions and sportspersons. To do.
Raipur: Public trust is the biggest capital of the police: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel: Chief Minister IPS Addressed the conclave
Law and order, security of people, development of remote areas
Police work quickly and effectively
Good law and order, rigorous arrangements, Naxalites
Praised achievements like reduction in incidents
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that people's trust in the police is the biggest capital of the police. Efforts should be made to maintain it. He called upon the police to work quickly and effectively to maintain law and order, security of people, implementation of development works and giving people the benefit of public welfare schemes of the government with the resolve of public confidence, development and security. . He was addressing the IPS Conclave held at the Police Headquarters at Nava Raipur, Atal Nagar today. Home Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu, Chief Secretary Shri R. P. Mandal, Director General of Police Shri D.M. Awasthi, ADG Sarv Sri Sanjay Pillay, R.K. Vij and Ashok Juneja were present on the occasion.
The Chief Minister said that senior police officers should take care of the practical problems of police personnel, communicate with them and create an environment that will boost the morale of policemen and enable them to discharge their duties with full loyalty and honesty. The general public feels safe in the presence of the police, this reputation has to be maintained by every policeman. Mr. Baghel said that police first reach the remote villages of Naxalite affected areas. There are small problems of road, electricity, water in the village. Police officers and employees should try to solve these problems by coordinating with the district administration and help in spreading the benefits of welfare schemes of the state government to maximum people. . If the police personnel treat any one person of the village with the help of Chief Minister's Relief Fund, the trust of the entire village, including the person's family, will be with the police.
The Chief Minister said that district collectors have also been instructed by the state government to work in coordination with the police. He said that police officers should take initiative to connect more and more youth to sports and to connect women of the village with economic activities. He said that the transfer of officers and employees posted in Naxal areas should be ensured on rotation basis on a fixed period. The Chief Minister advised the Naxalites to work to stop the supply of ammunition, ammunition and weapons, strengthen the police information system. Mr. Baghel directed the officials to expedite the action on chit fund companies. Mr. Baghel said that there has been a decrease in Naxalite incidents in the state, the incidence of death of police personnel, villagers and tribals in Naxalite encounters has also come down, it is clear that our police has succeeded in winning the trust of the people. Efforts should be made to increase this trust of the people towards the police. The Chief Minister also congratulated the New Year congratulations and best wishes to the police officers. He lauded the achievements made by the police force in the last one year in maintaining good law and order in the state, proper arrangements at events, reduction in Naxalite incidents. He said that police officers and jawans did commendable work in the National Tribal Dance Festival. Artists from foreign countries appreciated the hospitality of the police, this has created a good image of the state government as well as the Chhattisgarh Police.
Home Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu said that there should be respect for police in public mind and fear of police in criminals. He said that they should cooperate in bringing the light of police development in Naxalite areas. Go there and interact with people. He lauded the police force during the last one year for maintaining law and order and reducing the Naxalite incidence. He said that the drug trade should be strictly banned.
Director General of Police Shri DM Awasthi has said that in the year 2020, five thousand posts of constables and deputy guards will be recruited in the police. Naxalite incidence has decreased by 46 percent in the last one year. Cases against agents of chit fund companies in the state have been withdrawn. 7 crore 92 lakhs have been recovered from chit fund companies in Rajnandgaon district through auction and the process of returning it to investors is in progress. On the recommendation of Justice Patnaik, 215 cases have been withdrawn. There are 58 cases pending in Rajnandgaon which will be withdrawn soon. Women's desks have been installed in every police station. Special Cell has been constituted to curb crime against women. An amount of Rs. 5 crore 30 lakh has been spent under welfare activities. 235 compassionate appointments have been given in a year. CBSE in Police School The course will start from the next semester. Officers of the Chhattisgarh Armed Police Force were promoted. The Muskan scheme has found great success in the return of missing children. The work done by the police in the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh has been praised by the Election Commission of India. He also gave an outline of the plans of the police for the year 2020. ADG Shri Ashok Juneja proposed a vote of thanks. Senior police officers from various districts were present on the occasion.