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.
Raipur : Financial aid up to Rs 20 lakh to be provided for treatment of critical diseases : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel : Chief Minister attends Health Conclave
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that Chhattisgarh Government is providing the highest amount of financial aid for treatment of critical diseases in the country. Dr Khubchand Baghel Health Support Scheme has been launched to provide treatment facilities to people in various hospotals of the state. In his address to the Health Conclave organized by News Channel Zee CG-MP, Chief Minister said that liver, kidney transplant and treatment of critical diseases such as cancer is expensive. Hence, Chhattisgarh Government has launched Mukhyamantri Vishash Swathya Sahayta Yojana. Under this scheme, treatment facilities worth Rs 5 lakh to Rs 20 lakh will be provided. On the occasion, awards were conferred upon for significant contribution in medical field and doctors were also facilitated.
Chief Minister said that state government has decided to establish traditional medicine board to conserve the traditional method of treatment with herbal medicines etc. He added that for better health, it is important to have awareness about and access to the balanced diet, sanitation etc. Nearly 37% of th children are under-nourished and 41% women are anemic, to eradicae which we started Suposhit Abhiyan in Dantewada and Bastar. As it turned out to be successful, this campaign was launched across the state on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
Raipur : Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath extends best wishes for success of National Tribal Dance Festival to be organized in Chhattisgarh
Mr. Yogi Adityanath writes letter to Chief Minister Mr. Baghel thanking him for the invitation
Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Mr. Yogi Adityanath has extended best wishes for the success of National Tribal Dance Festival to be held in Chhattisgarh on December 27 and 9. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel had sent an invitation to Mr. Yogi Adityanath for National Tribal Dance Festival.
Mr. Adityanath wrote a letter to Mr. Baghel, thanking him for invitation. In his letter to Mr. Baghel, Mr. Adityanath praised the event and said that it would become an important platform for expression of 'Ek Bharat, Shresh Bharat'. He has extended best wishes for success of National Tribal Dance Festival. Mr. Adityanath stated in the letter that India's cultural heritage is well-known across the world. Tribal groups living in various regions of the country have their unique cultural identity.
Mr. Aditynath stated that it is a commendable initiative to invite tribal dance troupes from various states and UTs of India to perform at National Tribal Dance Festival.
Raipur: Childhood started blooming in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center started on the initiative of the Chief Minister: Smile returned to the face of 8 children within a month and a half
Nutrition rehabilitation centers have a major role in the fight against malnutrition. Attempts to bring health out of the lives of malnourished children through nutrition rehabilitation centers have gained considerable success and many children have returned to smile. The Nutrition Rehabilitation Center of Patan has also started participating in the campaign for malnutrition. The Nutrition Rehabilitation Center was also launched along with the Chief Minister's Nutrition Campaign at the Community Health Center in Patan on 2 October 2019 on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. Since then, 8 children have been benefited by being admitted to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center.
Not only has the health of children improved since coming to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center, but many children who were previously quite irritable and lethargic have now become healthy and cheerful. Kalyani, a resident of Thakurine Tola of Patan block and son Gagan, about two and a half year old from India, had a very low weight of about 8 kg 400 grams when they came to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center. The versatility and agility that a two-and-a-half-year-old child should have, was not seen in Gagan. Parents also used to get upset. After this, the Anganwadi worker advised Gagan's mother to have a checkup at the Community Health Center. After examination, the doctor said that the child is severely malnourished and needs special care. After this his care was started at the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center. Along with good nutrition, good treatment was also provided. Gagan's weight increased by about 2 kg within just 15 days. Not only this, Gagan, who was a little dull, now became so fickle that his laughter and knocks started echoing in the whole ward. The story of Poorab, 3-year-old son of Madhu and Sunil Verma, living in Bathna, is also similar. The weight of the east was also around 10 kg. Prior to coming to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center, Purub was very irritable. He did not eat or play properly due to weakness and illness. But after being in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center, the East became much more active than before. At the same time, his dose also increased well. As a result, not only did she gain weight, but her health also improved.
At the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center, Mrs. Anita said that the health of her 9-month-old son, Benesh, has improved a lot here. At first the son was very irritable, did not drink milk properly and his weight was not increasing. But she and her son received very good care at the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center. Similarly Poonam's daughter Divya of Funda Basti came to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center at the age of 6 months in a severely malnourished state. Divya's hymn at the time of recruitment was 3.96 kg. Divya's health has improved significantly with 15 days of continuous care and treatment. Similarly, Anju and Mukesh Thakur of Bandri, 11-month-old son Surya, Sevati and Jitendra's daughter Homeshwari and Akhara Basti's Chinki are being taken care of by putting them in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center, which is improving their health.
Heart patient is also taking care of 9-month-old dau at Nutrition Rehabilitation Center
BPM Poonam Sahu of Patan informed that regular health check-up of children is done at the Anganwadi Center by the Viva Team. During this period, it was found out that 9-month-old Dau has heart disease and is very weak. The doctor said after the investigation that the operation would have to be done, but before that Dau needed good care. Referred him to a nutritional rehabilitation center to improve his nutritional level. Dau's heart operation will be done soon.
The Block Medical Officer of Patan Block, Dr. Ashish Sharma said that only children who have severe acute malnutrition are kept in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center. It is identified in time, nutritional supplementation and medical treatment and improvement is given by counseling to the mother. The nutrition rehabilitation center provides special care for the child for 15 days. During this time, arrangements are made for the child's mother to stay as a caretaker and to eat good food.
Raipur : Country's fourth largest Gems and Jewelry Park to be established in capital city Raipur : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chhattisgarh to become the hub of goldsmiths, refineries, cutting and polishing, employment opportunities to be generated for local people
Raipur Sarafa Association thanked Chief Minister
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that country's fourth largest Gems and Jewelry Park, after Mumbai, Kolkata and Surat, will be established in capital city Raipur. This park will be one-of-its-kind centre of attraction for the entire world. Chief Minister was addressing the 'Abhinandan Samaroh' organized by Raipur Sarafa Association. Before that, Chief Minister visited Rishabh Dev Mandir situated in Sadar Bazaar and prayed for peace and prosperity in the state.
Chief Minister said that this park would be developed in nearly 10 lakh sq ft area. It would be a 10-storey well-equipped building with two thousand shops and proper security arrangements. Mr. Baghel said that Sarafa Association has deliberated upon the design of this building. Chhattisgarh Industrial Development Corporation officials have been sent to Kolkata to study gems and jewelry park there. Thereafter, these officials will be sent to Mumbai for the same purpose, so that the gems and jewelry park to come up in Raipur turns out to be the best of its kind in terms of facilities and features. Chief Minister thanked the association for the warm welcome and extended greetings of Constitution Day to all the people present in the programme.
Chairman Raipur Sarafa Association Mr. Harak Malu told that the association had requested development of gems and jewelry park in Raipur on November 13, and in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister on November 15, the request was approved. Mr. Malu said that construction of gems and jewelry park will make Chhattisgarh the hub of goldsmiths, refineries, cutting and polishing, also employment opportunities will be generated for local people. On the occasion, Raipur Sarafa Association Chairman Mr. Harak Mali, Mr. Inderchand Dhariwal, Mr. Jitendra Barlota, Mr. Trilok Baradia, Mr. Mahendra Kochar and various office-bearers, members and prominent citizens were present on the occasion.
Bilaspur: District administration alert to stop illegal transportation and storage of paddy: So far, 4700 quintals of illegal paddy have been seized
Collector Dr. Alang inspected the interstate poster surprise
The district administration is alert to prevent illegal transportation of paddy coming from across the border and neighboring states of the district and illegal transportation of paddy being carried out by the coaches. Collector Dr. Sanjay Alang today conducted a surprise inspection of the interstate checkposts Karangra, Gummatola and Khairzhiti, to prevent illegal transportation of paddy in the border area of the district and instructed the personnel posted in the barrier to keep a constant watch. During the inspection, Superintendent of Police Shri Prashant Agarwal, SDM of Pandarod, Shri Mayank Chaturvedi, Additional Collector Pandrarod Shri BC Sahu were also present.
An interstate block has been erected on the villages Khairjhiti, Parakhudi, Dhummatola, Dharhar, Maladand, Changeri, Baraur, Kabirchabutra, Bahirizhorki and Karangra on the border area section of the district and are being monitored for 24 hours. In these checkposts, a joint police team of Revenue, Food, Market, Cooperatives and Police Department has been formed for night patrolling.
Paddy procurement centers could not sell paddy by middlemen. For this, intensive inspection is being done by officials of Revenue, Food and Market in all the development blocks. So far, 4700 quintals of illegal paddy have been seized from coaches and 20 vehicles transporting illegal paddy have been seized and 89 cases have been made. Today, action was taken on 6 coaches and action was taken and a case of 637 quintals of paddy and 1 vehicle transporting paddy has been seized from these coaches.
Raipur: Chief Minister inaugurated medical devices worth about Rs 2.45 crore in Bijapur District Hospital
Information about medical facility by visiting district hospital
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated medical equipment costing about Rs 2 crore 45 lakh in the district hospital during his stay in Bijapur. He also paid CT in the district hospital costing Rs. 01 crore 99 lakh. Inaugurated scan machine, eco-cardiography machine costing about Rs 24 lakh and renovated X-ray-sonography room costing Rs 23 lakh.
The Chief Minister inspected the district hospital and inquired about the medical facilities available there. On this occasion, Minister in charge of Revenue and District Shri Jai Singh Aggarwal, Industries Minister Shri Kavasi Lakhma, MP Shri Deepak Badge and MLA Mr. Mohan Markam and villagers were present. On arrival of the Chief Minister's District Hospital, the District Medical and Health Officer, Dr. B.R. Priest and Civil Surgeon Dr. T.R. Kanwar welcomed him.