BREAKING - CM Bhupesh's mother Bindeshwar Bagehl dies, last breath in Ramkrishna Hospital
Raipur- Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel's mother Bindeswari Baghel passed away this evening. He was admitted to Ramkrishna Hospital from last fortnight. He was admitted to the hospital after affecting the lower respiratory system of the brain. After the worse, he was kept on the ventilator. A special team of doctors from Delhi was also monitoring their health.
At that time, Bindeshwari Baghel took the last breath, the Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel was present there. After listening to the news of the death, a series of workers, including the senior officials of the Congress government, has begun to reach the hospital.
Raipur : State Government issues guidelines for auction of sand mines : Committee led by Collector to select candidate for lease on the basis of reverse bidding at mine against the fixed maximum price
Panchayats and Urban Bodies to get share equivalent to 25% of the maximum royalty received in last five years from allotted sand mines, from next fiscal year
In the recently held cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, it was decided that allocation of sand mines in state would now be done by the committee constituted for the purpose, led by District Collector. State Government's Mineral Department has issued guidelines for implementation of the same.
As per these guidelines, candidate for lease would be selected on the basis of reverse bidding on the mine, against the fixed maximum value of the sand mining. Tender agreement of 'patta' would be for a period of two years, which can be extended for one year if required.
Committee led by Collector would mark the sand mines in the districts as per the geographical locations, single exit route for transportation and environment clearance. District-level committee would decide the maximum fixed price for district-wise cluster of sand mines (including loading rate, ramp construction, road repair and other expenses), excluding share of DMF, environment sub-tax, infrastructure development sub-tax, income tax deduction on source etc.
The difference between maximum fixed price and minimum bid received or certain percentage decided by the government- is the amount that 'patta' holder will have to give to the government as auction money. Presently, sand mines under by Panchayats and urban bodies will be transferred to the name of the selected minimum bidder through auction system. Transport rate would also be decided to ensure availability of sand at reasonable rate. Online registration of vehicles and transporters involved in sand transport will also be done on department's portal. Panchayats and urban bodies would receive 25% of the maximum annual royalty received in last five years from sand mines, from next fiscal year. Flying squads have been appointed to effectively control illegal mining and transport of minerals and sand.
Raipur : Chief Minister participates in Mahaprabhu Jagannath Rath Yatra
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and Ex-Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today commenced the auspicious 'Rath Yatra' by performing the ritual of 'Chherapahara' by sweeping with golden broom at Jagannath temple in Gayatri Nagar of capital city Raipur. Mahaprabhu Jagannath, his elder brother Balbhadra and Sister Subhadra were escorted from Shri Mandir to Rath via hilly route. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel performed 'aarti' of Mahaprabhu.
Prior to the aforementioned rituals, Chief Minister participated in the 'Yagna Shala' of Shri Mandir and prayed for peace, prosperity and progress along with good rainfall for Chhattisgarh state.
On the occasion, Revenue Minister Mr. Jai Singh Agrawal, MLAs- Mr. Kuldeep Juneja, Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal, Leader of Opposition Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik, Ex- Speaker of Vidhan Sabha Mr. Gaurishankar Agrawal, Mayor Raipur Municipal Corporation Mr. Pramod Dubey, and a large number of devotees were also present.
Raipur : Handloom connoisseurs throng Chhattisgarh Bhawan for exhibition-cum-sale : Off season sale great initiative by government, opine local weavers
Braving the searing heat, pure silk and handloom lovers from across the NCR have been thronging the Chhattisgarh Bhawan in New Delhi to buy products directly from the weavers at amazingly low prices. Weavers and craftsmen from Bilaspur, Raigarh, Janjhgir and Champa districts of Chhattisgarh exhibited their products at the exhibition-cum-sale.
Government exhibitions-cum-sale are mainly organized during festive seasons. Summer is said to be the off season for promoting state handlooms and handicrafts as footfall of buyers is less due to scorching heat. But on the initiative of Chhattisgarh Government, weavers have been provided the opportunity to sell their products directly to customers at this exhibition-cum-sale held in off-season. Weavers have expressed gratitude and indebtedness to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel's government for organizing an exhibition-cum-sale in the national capital during off season.
Yashwant Kumar from Seoni, Janjhgir-Champa district believes that this is a great effort by the state government. “Exhibitions provide opportunity to us (local weavers) to sell our products with minimum sales expenditure. Usually, summer and rainy season are lean period for us. And by organizing an exhibition-cum-sale during this period, the state government has helped us in our business and income,” he said.
The 10-day long exhibition, which began on July 1, has a wide collection of sarees, dress materials, duppattas, jackets, stoles etc. Other than the most renowned dress material of the state i.e. Tussar Silk in temple design, one could also find sarees made up of pure linen, bafta cotton, pure silk, dupion silk, linen silk and much more. In Delhi’s searing heat, bafta cotton and pure linen are ideal wear for saree lovers. There are printed materials beautifully embroidered with Kantha stitch, marwahi art, block print etc. A stall of ‘Kabir Kosa Bunkar Sahkari Samiti’ from Raigarh has wide range of sarees, kurtas, salwar suits, jackets and dupattas, ranging from Rs 400 to Rs 6,000. Main attractions of the exhibition are sarees and duppattas made up of natural vegetable colours.
Raipur : Another initiative of Chhattisgarh Government to alleviate malnutrition from Bastar : Jaggery to be distributed along with chickpeas to 6.98 lakh families of Bastar Division
New Government led by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel is committed to alleviate malnutrition from tribal-populated Bastar region. All the schemes focused on malnutrition eradication were launched from Bastar region only. Recently launched Suposhan Abhiyan and Scheme of Health Checkup at Haat-Bazars were also started from Bastar. In the same sequence, it was decided in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel on Wednesday evening that in Bastar, along with chickpeas, two kg jaggery will also be distributed every month. This decision of state government would directly benefit nearly 6 lakh 98 thousand 188 ration card holder families of Bastar division.
There are nearly 6 lakh 98 thousand families carrying 'antyoday' (pink), special pink, and 'priority' (blue) ration cards. All these families will now get two kg jaggery with chickpeas every month from fair price shops. Chickpeas and jaggery are considered to be beneficial combination for eradicating malnutrition. State Government's decision to distribute jaggery with chickpeas would help in alleviating malnutrition from this region. It is noteworthy that Suposhan Abhiyan is being conducted as pilot project in Bastar and Dantewada districts from June 2019, under which pregnant women, children, adolescent girls are being provided rice, roti, veg curry, salad and laddu as nutritious meal. Children at aanganbadis are being provided bananas and eggs once a week along with ready-to-eat meal, as per diet chart. Women and Child Development Department is now planning to distribute eggs twice a week.
According to the information recieved from Women and Child Development Department, malnutrition rate in Bastar district is 34% while in Dantewada it is 36%. Similarly, malnutrition rate in Bijapur is 39%, 31.96% in Narayanpur, 27.1% in Kanker, 45% in Sukma and malnutrition rate in Kondagaon is 39.36%. State Government's decision to distribute jaggery with chickpeas would benefit one lakh 80 thousand 496 families in Bastar district, 61 thousand 398 families in Bijapur district, and 70 thousand 887 families in Dantewada district, one lakh 54 thousand 491 families in Kanker district, one lakh 25 thousand 401 in Kondagaon district, 30 thousand 606 families in Narayanpur district and 74 thousand 909 families in Sukma district.
Chhattisgarh is expecting this budget?
The Government of Chhattisgarh has a great hope to the Government of India regarding the Naxal problem and farmers here.
The first general budget of the second term of the Narendra Modi government in the country will be presented on July 5. Chhattisgarh also has great hopes from the general budget. The Government of Chhattisgarh has a great hope to the Government of India regarding the Naxal problem and farmers here. At the same time, in different cases, the state government has great expectations from the general budget of the Center.
Senior Minister of Chhattisgarh Government Mr. Ravindra Choubey said that with the diagnosis of Chhattisgarh's development, infrastructure and Naxal problem, more budgetary amount should be provided to help the farmers. Naxal problem and special focus on farmers should be in the Government of India budget. It is expected that the Central Government will implement this.
CM has demanded
In the recent policy commission meeting in Delhi, the Central Government had discussed the launch of a water scheme from every household tube. In the Policy Commission meeting, Prime Minister Modi has also announced to launch it. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had told the central government that it needed a sum of Rs 4 thousand crore to implement this plan. Minister Ravindra Choubey said that the Central Government will provide funds for the scheme.
Chhattisgarh government will give jaggery to every family in Bastar, know what Bhupesh cabinet has decided
Based on the ration card, every family will be distributed two kilogram jaggery every month.
The meeting of Bhupesh Sarkar's Cabinet in Chhattisgarh was held on Wednesday evening. In the meeting, it has been decided to distribute jaggery to every family in all the districts of Adivasi Bahluliya Bastar division. On the basis of ration card, two kilogram jaggery per family will be distributed every month. The government has claimed to have decided to take decisions due to weakness and anemia disease. The purchase of jaggery will be done directly by the sugarcane farmers and jaggery factories of the state. This scheme will also benefit farmers.
Talking to the media after the meeting of Bhupesh cabinet, senior minister Ravindra Choubey said that with the decision to distribute jaggery to every family in all 7 districts of Bastar division, the people of the sugarcane farmers will also get the benefit. Minister Chaubey said that for some months rumors were being spread that the government is blocking the scheme of distribution of gram in tribal multiplicity blocks, but it is not so. Our government will continue to plan to distribute gram grains in 85 Adivasi multiplicity blocks all over the state.
Minister Ravindra Choubey said that the cabinet has decided to give relief to all the leaseholders of the state. In the state, all the leases distributed in 1984, 1998 and 2003 will be handed over to the lease holder only, which will include those who have purchased lease land from any other. This will benefit a large section of the state. With this, the government has decided to give pension to three other heirs of Shahid Veer Narayan.
This policy made for transfer
Talking to the media after the cabinet meeting, senior minister Mo Akbar told that the government has taken a major decision regarding the transfer policy in the state. Under this, only ten percent of the third and fourth class employees will be transferred. It has also been allowed to transfer from village to village only to rural areas in the city. The employees whose retirement will be within one year will not be transferred.
Royalty will be used for beneficiaries
Senior minister Ravindra Choubey said that important decisions have been taken regarding the allocation of sand mines. Under this, the right to distribute the quarries has been empowered to carry the collector according to the proper rules and procedures. At the same time, more than 25 percent of the royalties will be given to those bodies and panchayats, where mining is occurring. This amount can be used for the development and convenience of the beneficiaries there. Under this, education, health and basic amenities will be provided in the area. Earlier this amount was used only in the formation of infrastructures.
The decision about the Vice Chancellor
A crucial decision was taken in the Cabinet meeting to appoint the Vice Chancellors of the universities. In the case of vacant post of Vice Chancellor of Indra Arts University, Khairagarh and Pt. Sundarlal Sharma Open University, Bilaspur, the person will be appointed for the post of Special Secretary, Barabar. Apart from this, the appointment of Vice-Chancellor of Kushabhau Thakre Journalism University will be the same, whose minimum experience in journalism or mass communication is 20 years.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel "Jan Chaopaal" will listen to people's problems
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will hear the problems of those coming to the Jan Chapal in his official residence every Wednesday from July 3 to July. Please tell that the Jan-Choupal will start from 11 a.m. But the time for the arrival of people will start from the morning.
People will be given registration number
Those who reach the Jan-Choupal will be given a number by first registration. People will be given entry on the basis of that number. During the Jan-Chaugal of CM Baghel, the Chief Secretaries Sunil Kuzur, DGP DM Awasthi and other senior officials of the departments will also be present. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will not only listen to people's problems but also solve the possible problems. It may be known that the first public meeting of the Congress government will start from Tuesday.
Jan-Choupal at a glance:
CM will start from July 3, Bhupesh Baghel's Jan-Choupal.
Jan-Choupal will be installed in CM house on Wednesday in the CM Bhupesh Baghel CM house.
The program of Jan-Choupal will start from 11 am.
The people who come from across the state will be the first registrations.
According to the registration number, people will get access to the CM house.
Officials will also be there to listen to people's problems and understand them.
CM Bhupesh Baghel will listen to those who come to the problem.
Bhupesh Govt, administrative drill starts in 7 new districts in Chhattisgarh
Apart from Bastar, all the four divisions are being prepared to identify backward areas in the form of district as administrative approach.
7 new districts can be made soon in Chhattisgarh Bhupesh Sarkar has sharpened the exercise for the formation of new districts. Apart from Bastar, all the four divisions are being prepared to identify backward areas in the form of district as administrative approach. The State Government has written to the Divisional Commissioners of Raipur, Durg, Bilaspur and Sarguja to send all the information related to the formation of new districts. It has also said that duly prepared proposals from the division should be prepared and sent to the state government.
Instructions for preparing proposals for making separate districts of Gorela-Pendra, Chirmiri-Manendraagarh, Pratappur-Vadafnagar, Pathholgaon, Bhatapara, Sankra to Banjariana (Fuljhar Zone) and Ambagad Chowki in a letter written by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department of Chhattisgarh. Have been given. The Department of Revenue and Disaster Management has issued instructions to this effect in the letter sent to the Divisional Commissioner.
Detailed information of the total population of the district proposed by the Divisional Commissioner, Total Village, Total Patwari Light Numbers, Revenue Inspector Board, Makbuza Raqa Hectare, number of account holders, Gram Panchayat, separate information of urban body, number of revenue cases , Kotwar, Number of Patels, Joint Map, in which districts have marked the border area and many important information has been floated. At the same time, information about the necessary setup and salary allowance on the district formation has also been convened.
..To be 34 districts
There are currently 27 districts in Chhattisgarh. In 2000, the number of districts in Chhattisgarh, separated from Madhya Pradesh, was 16. After the formation of the state, Narayanpur and Bijapur districts were built on May 11, 2007 in the Bastar division. On January 1, 2012, the then BJP government created the district of Balod, Mungeli, Bemetara, Balodabazar, Gariiband, Kondagaon, Sukma, Balrampur and Surajpur. Now the exercise of making directives for making seven new districts has been intensified.
Raipur: Divya Gajanand, Leela and Khemi have made the road easy
Their way has been simplified by providing a battery-run tri-cycle to the three divisions of the Joint District Office located at Balod district headquarter. The collector himself went to him and heard his problems. Divyang Shri Gajanand Sahu resident of Dalli Rajahhha of Dundee Development block, K. Laila Sahu and K. Khemani Manikpuri told the collector that they are Divine with their feet. Due to Divya, they have problems in daily activities. They had submitted the application to the collector and demanded a battery-operated tricycle.
The Collector directed the officer of the Social Welfare Department to sympathetically consider the application of the devotees and instruct them to provide a battery-run trials. Battery running trials were made available on the instructions of the collector in quick action. Collector Mrs. Sahu gave the best wishes to the devotees by giving them a battery run triuscle. Divya Shri Gajanand Sahu, K. Laila Sahu and K. Kheemani Manikpuri happily said that they can now be known to come for any work with their daily activities with the help of a battery powered TriSikal.