Raipur: Chief Minister sub-installed the first supplementary estimate of Rs 4341 crore in the assembly


Raipur: Chief Minister sub-installed the first supplementary estimate of Rs 4341 crore in the assembly

In the Chhattisgarh assembly today, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has set up the first supplementary estimates in the financial year 2019-20. Under this, he presented the proposal of 4 thousand 341 crores 52 lakhs 31 thousand 510 rupees.




Raipur : Shri Yati Yatanlal was not only a great saint but also a courageous warrior of freedom movement : Chief Minister


Raipur : Shri Yati Yatanlal was not only a great saint but also a courageous warrior of freedom movement : Chief Minister

Chief Minister commemorates contribution of Mr. Yati Yatanlal on his birth anniversary

 

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel commemorated the contribution of Saint and Freedom Fighter Shri Yati Yatanlal on his birth anniversary on July 19. Mr. Baghel said that Shri Yatanlal was not only a great saint but also a courageous warrior. His life is a striking example of sacrifice, dedication and service. In year 1934 when Raipur district was struck with plague, he used to travel from village to village to provide aid in treatment and prevention of the disease. Mr. Baghel said that Shri Yatanlal played an important role in banning of intoxicants and caste-based discrimination in state. He used to openly oppose social evils. Shri Yatanlal was actively involved in works of social reformation. His life story inspired us to promote social harmony and fraternity in Chhattisgarh state.

 
 



Raipur​​​​​​​ : Chief Minister extends greetings on Dr Khubchand Baghel Jayanti


Raipur​​​​​​​ : Chief Minister extends greetings on Dr Khubchand Baghel Jayanti

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has extended hearty greetings on the occasion of Dr Khubchand Baghel Jayanti on July 19. Chief Minister said that Dr Sahab was a great patriot. He was actively involved in activities of national interest in his student life as well. He motivated thousands of youth in rural areas to participate in the non-cooperation movement and the freedom movement. He played an important role in emphasizing and accelerating the Chhattisgarh state movement. Dr Baghel has authored numerous literary works in Hindi and Chhattisgarhi. His legacy of patriotism and service will continue to inspire many more generations to come.

 



Raipur: The humble tribute given to late Bindeswari Baghel


Raipur: The humble tribute given to late Bindeswari Baghel

Tribute was given to the late Mrs. Vindeshwari Baghel, the late mother of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, after two minutes silence after the tragedy on the occasion of the tribute program held at Mangal Bhawan, Bhilai 3.

On this occasion, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel and his family paid floral tributes to Mrs. Bindeswari Baghel. Many dignitaries gave a felicitation to Mrs. Baghel. At the venue of the program, Mrs. Baghel was given a dazzling tribute as a tribute. On this occasion, the Minister of Public Health and Family Welfare, Shri T.S. A number of public representatives were present along with Sinhdev, Home Minister T. Tharbandhu Sahu, Agriculture Minister Shri Ravindra Choubey and Industry Minister Shri Kawasya Lakhma.




Raipur: The beneficiary of the farmers is the State Government: In-charge Minister, Lakhma: Inauguration of the works done in village Kareelibari and Kundel of Mugarod and Bhumi Pujan


Raipur: The beneficiary of the farmers is the State Government: In-charge Minister, Lakhma: Inauguration of the works done in village Kareelibari and Kundel of Mugarod and Bhumi Pujan

The Minister of Commercial Taxes (Excise), Commerce and Industry Minister and Minister in charge of the District, Mr. Kvasi Lakhma today inaugurated the newly built manure warehouse in Gram Panchayat Gram Kareli Budi and Kundel and the Bhumipujan of various construction works. He inaugurated the fertilizer godown built at a cost of Rs 22 lakh under the Green Revolution expansion scheme of National Agricultural Development Scheme in village Keralibari and in the Kundal, the release of compost warehouse costing 22 lakh rupees and total Rs. 19.50 lakhs under overall development scheme. For the construction of three community buildings, Bhumi Pujan and the MLA Fund, the cost of building theater with the cost of two lakh rupees By the heavy minister At the same time he inaugurated and inspected the Model Gostan built under Narva, Garuwa, Ghurwa and Bardi scheme in village Aarud. This occasion was also attended by Sihava legislator Dr. Lakshmi Dhruv and former former lawmaker Gurudas Kataram Sahu.

Addressing villagers in the afternoon, the Minister said that Chhattisgarh government was friendly towards the farmers and the poor, therefore it was decided to purchase the paddy at a support price of Rs 2500. Not only this, the debt of the farmers who are burdened by debt burden is waived. He further said that the Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel himself belongs to the farming family, hence the pain of the poor and the farmers is well understood. Chhattisgarh government is recruiting 15 thousand teachers to provide employment opportunities to the unemployed. Work of women self-help groups is being made self-reliant. New ration cards are being created for all the sections, a huge bill of electricity has been charged half of the bill for 400 units to provide relief to the general public.

    Speaking on the occasion, Sihaba MLA Dr Dhruv said that the concept of Panchayati Raj of the former Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi of the country is coming true today. While the representation of women in the Panchayat has increased, the Government has announced general holidays on the occasion of Teej festival, Hareli, World Adivasi day and Karma Jubilee to promote Chhattisgarhi festivals and traditions. He further said that the present government of the state is empowered for the development of the village, the poor, the farmer.

After this he started the SuraGi Village Scheme, Narva, Garwa, Ghurva and Bari Project under the aegis of Adarsh ​​Gautan, built in village Aarud. During this time, women from the women's self-help group and local shepherds were gifted to the minister in charge with a traditional hoarse, room and a typical sticks. On the demand of the villagers, he approved of tubewell mining in Muktidham and also on the complaint of lack of quality in the bridge construction, Collector Shri Rajat Bansal inspected the site and asked for taking necessary action. On this occasion, S.P. Shri Balaji Rao, CEO of District Panchayat Mr. Vijay Dayaram K Senior citizens including Shri Mohan Lalwani and local public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.




Raipur: 90 bulk liter liquor of Madhya Pradesh recovered in the raids conducted by Excise Department


Raipur: 90 bulk liter liquor of Madhya Pradesh recovered in the raids conducted by Excise Department

Collector Dr. S. According to information received from the informant on July 13, 2019 in the direction of Bhartidasan, according to information received from the informant on 13th July 2019, Mr. Mahendra Kumar Verma father Ram Kumar Verma, accused in Abhawanpur ward number 10 Upvara, has given 10 petty paddy bills 90 bulk liter native liquor masala was recovered and seized. The accused, Mr. Mahendra Kumar Verma, father Ram Kumar Verma, was booked under section 34 (2) 82 and 59 (a) of Chhattisgarh Excise Act 19156 against 21 years of age.




BREAKING - CM Bhupesh's mother Bindeshwar Bagehl dies, last breath in Ramkrishna Hospital


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


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


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


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.

Though the traditional kosa saree is of natural shades such as gold-pale, beige and cream with broad border, weavers have now adapted themselves to the changing tastes of the consumers. “With the changing fashion, customers prefer new designs, patterns and colours in Kosa silk,” said Manoj, Dewangan’s son. Natural colours made up of pomegranate, sapan wood, onion pad, Indian madder, lime water, turmeric etc gives a lustrous look and suits the latest fashion.     



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