Big decision of Bhupesh Cabinet: Seal on direct system, only literate will be able to contest Panch-Sarpanch


Big decision of Bhupesh Cabinet: Seal on direct system, only literate will be able to contest Panch-Sarpanch

Along with this, there has also been discussion in the Cabinet meeting on the position of Chit fund company and profit.

Raipur. A major decision has been taken regarding the Panch-Sarpanch election in the crucial meeting of the Bhupesh Cabinet held in Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh. In a meeting held at CM House under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel) on Saturday morning, the Council of Ministers has decided to conduct panchayat elections through direct system. After this decision of the government, the literate will now be able to contest the election of Panch-Sarpanch (Panchayat Election). The government has abolished educational qualification. It is known that first it was necessary to have 8th pass for sarpanch and 5th pass for panch. Now the government has abolished this obligation. Along with this, there has also been discussion in the Cabinet meeting on the position of Chit fund company and profit.

 

Important decisions of the cabinet

In the cabinet meeting, the sections of Chhattisgarh Panchayat Raj Act 1993 have been amended. It has been decided to abolish the educational qualification.

In the meeting, it has been decided to open Horticulture and Forestry University. The university will be named after Mahatma Gandhi.

It has been decided to establish a new university in Raigad. Self The university's name will be in the name of Nand Kumar Patel.

Action on irregular companies was also discussed in the meeting.

Also, the amendment bill in the Chhattisgarh Legislative Board Prevention of Disqualification (Amendment) Act 2019, the amendment bill in the Chhattisgarh Legislative Board Disqualification (Amendment) Act 2019, the Chhattisgarh Municipal Corporation (Amendment) Bill 2019, the Chhattisgarh Municipality (Amendment) Bill 2019 , Proposal of annual rent on allotment of shops constructed by urban bodies, mention in the list of other backward classes of the state Khit was approved proposal to delete the regional bond.

Significantly, in the meeting of the Bhupesh cabinet on Thursday, a big decision was taken regarding Rajgit. Let me tell you that the cabinet has decided to sing the national song immediately after the national anthem at the beginning of every assembly session. After this decision, now the torrent of Arpa Parry will be sung before the House starts. At the same time, the cabinet had decided to develop Ramavan Gaman Path for tourism. It was decided to develop Sitamani Harchauka, Korea, Turturiya, Chandkuri, Jagdalpur in terms of religious and cultural tourism.




Raipur: Council of Ministers meeting


Raipur: Council of Ministers meeting

A meeting of the Council of Ministers was held today at the residence office under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. in the meeting-

   Amendment proposal in certain sections of Chhattisgarh Panchayat Raj Act 1993 (Serial No. 1 1994)

   The draft Horticulture and Forestry University Bill 2019 has been approved and the university will be in the name of Mahatma Gandhi.

   Amendment Bill in Chhattisgarh Legislature Member Prevention of Disqualification (Amendment) Act 2019

    Amendment of Chhattisgarh University Act 1973 - Establishment of new university in Raigad was approved. This university is self It will be named after Mr. Nand Kumar Patel.

 The Chhattisgarh Municipal Corporation (Amendment) Bill 2019

    The Chhattisgarh Municipality (Amendment) Bill 2019

    Proposal for determination of annual rent on allotment of shops constructed by urban bodies

    In relation to the caste Jallari (Jalaranlu) included in simple serial number 12 with regional bond in the list of Other Backward Classes of the state.

   Proposal to delete regional bond mentioned in the list of other backward classes of the state

    Proposal to reduce the amount of land imposed on the land allotted to the Indian National Congress, Pati District Korea

  Amendment proposal was approved in Land Purchase Policy 2019 on 30.10.2019 with mutual consent.

        A presentation was made in connection with irregular chit fund companies. In which the cases registered against the agents were reviewed with regard to the refund of the fraudulent amount. An amount of Rs 2 lakh 80 thousand has been returned in the case registered in the Bilaspur Civil Line.




Raipur : Chief Minister unviels development works worth Rs 108 crore for Balod district


Raipur : Chief Minister unviels development works worth Rs 108 crore for Balod district

 Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated and laid foundation of 187 development works worth nearly Rs 108 crore 75 lakh at Panch-Sarpanch Krishak Sammelan held in village Singhola of Daundi block of Balod district. This includes inauguration of 55 construction works worth Rs 14.79 crore and foundation laying of 132 construction works worth Rs 93.95 crore. On the occasion, Mr. Baghel distributed goods and cheques to beneficiaries of various government schemes. Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Agriculture and Water Resource Minsiter Mr. Ravindra Choubey and Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendiya and other public representatives were present.

 
Works inaugurated by Chief Minister mainly include post-matric tribal girls hostel building worth Rs one crore 78 lakh in Balod, post-matric tribal girls hostel building in Arjunda worth Rs one crore 79 lakh, girls hostel in Livelihood college of Balod worth Rs one crore 77 lakh, and higher secondary school building in Kochwahi Guroor block worth Rs one crore 21 lakh. Chief Minister laid foundation of Gunderdehi bypass road worth Rs 23 crore 15 lakh, roads, bridges culverts worth Rs 11 crore 17 lakh in Khapparvada, Sirsida, Martwari,  bridge enroute Kanvar-Gangoripar-Bhothli Basin Road worth Rs 2 crore 34 lakh and post-matrc girls hostel building in Balod worth Rs one crore 91 lakh.



Vision, Hard-Work and Determination should be our motto : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel : Chief Minister pays courteous tribute to Ex-Prime Minister late Mrs. Indira Gandhi on her birth anniversary


Vision, Hard-Work and Determination should be our motto : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel :  Chief Minister pays courteous tribute to Ex-Prime Minister late Mrs. Indira Gandhi on her birth anniversary

Chief Minister attended volunteer group meet

 

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today paid courteous tribute to Ex-Prime Minister late Mrs. Indira Gandhi on her birth anniversary and said that Mrs. Indira Gandhi showed us the path of far-sighted vision, hard-work and determination. We should make this our motto for development of the country. He said that we aim to build prosperous Chhattisgarh, for which participation of everyone is important. Chief Minister was addressing 'Vikas Sammelan'- the meet of voluntary groups of 'Vaani' organization working in Chhattisgarh, organized at New Circuit House on the occasion of Mrs. India Gandhi's birth anniversary.

Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Food Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat, MLA Duo Mr. Mohan Markam and Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma, Chief Editor of Dainik Deshbandhu Mr. Lalit Surjan, Advisors to Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma and Mr. Rajesh Tiwari were present as special guests of the programme. Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that the volunteer groups and individuals who want to get associated with government schemes are more than welcome. Voluntary organizations should provide self-employment training to people in rural areas and ensure that maximum number of people get benefitted by the schemes.

Talking about Ex-Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Chief Minister said that she dedicated her life for welfare of poor and weaker sections of the society and sacrificed her life to maintain the unity and integrity of the country. Mrs. Gandhi's far-sighted vision and determination led the nation towards a new direction. She led the country competently even during the challenging circumstances. Success of green revolution made the country self-dependent in food production.

Mr. Baghel said that Mrs. Gandhi took difficult decisions such as nationalization of banks, discontinuing pensions of royalty. Bangladesh, India becoming nuclear power, are some of her major achievements. She was active in the freedom movement of India right from childhood. Mrs. Indira Gandhi was known as 'iron lady' for her courage and leadership qualities. Despite being a strict and disciplined leader but she had soft-heart for tribal people, women and poor people. On the occasion Chairman of Vaani Mr. Yogendra Pratap Singh, Vice-Chairman Mr. Basant Yadav also addressed the programme.

 
 



Raipur : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel writes letter to Prime Minister once again : Requested paddy procurement at Rs 2500 per quintal in Chhattisgarh, and accepting 32 lakh tons of rice from state for central pool, again


Raipur : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel writes letter to Prime Minister once again : Requested paddy procurement at Rs 2500 per quintal in Chhattisgarh, and accepting 32 lakh tons of rice from state for central pool, again

Requested slackening of conditions under MoU this year as well so that State Government may provide proper value of the yield to farmers

Chief Minister requested Prime Minister to provide meeting appointment soon for discussion on this urgent financial issue of national-level

 

 

 Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has once again written letter to Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi requested procurement of paddy in Chhattisgarh at Rs 2500 per quintal and inclusion f 32 lakh metric tons of rice from Chhattisgarh into central pool. Chief Minister stated in his letter that Every year, a large quantity of paddy is procured under Decentralized Procurement Scheme in Chhattisgarh state for state's requirement and central pool. I have written letters to you dated 05/07/2019, 25/10/2019 and 30/10/2019, requesting hike in minimum support price of paddy to Rs 2500 quintal and procurement of 32 lakh metric tons of rice from Chhattisgarh for central pool.

This year also, the process of paddy procurement is about to begin, to financially empower the farmers of Chhattisgarh. But Government of India's Food Ministry informed on 24/10/2019 that Government of India would not procure rice/paddy for central pool from the states that provide bonus on minimum support price fixed by Government of India. I would like to draw your attention towards the fact that payment of proper value of their yield has resulted in prosperity and accelerated development in rural areas. Chhattisgarh remained untouched by the recession across the state in the fields of construction, automobiles etc. This also indicates that hike in minimum support price has positive effects on financial condition of farmers and also boosts overall economy, stated Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel in his letter.

Chief Minister mentioned about the several attempts made by him to meet Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi personally but he has not been provided an appointment till date. Chief Minister stated that following the suggestions received from PM office, I met Honourable Union Agriculture Minister on 14/11/2019. Besides, I met Union Food Minister again on 14/11/2019 and made aforementioned request. But till date, Government of India has not reconsidered its decision regarding procurement.

Mr. Bhupesh Baghel stated in the letter that Chhattisgarh is known as 'rice bowl'. Government of India's decision may have adverse effects on procurement along with other long-term negative impacts. In the context, I had a detailed discussion with all the MPs, all the political parties and various farmers organizations on 05/11/2019. During the discussion, individuals, political parties and farmers organizations had unanimously supported procurement of paddy at Rs 2500 per quintal. It is sad that none of the representatives from Bharatiy Janata Party participated in this discussion.

Chief Minister further said that in this situation, I request you again to kindly issue necessary directive-instructions for procurement of paddy at Rs 2500 per quintal in Chhattisgarh and to accept 32 lakh metric tons of paddy from Chhattisgarh for central pool. If under any circumstances, Government of India does not increase the support price, then conditions of para-1 of Procurement MoU should be slackened, as it was done in year 2017 and 2018, so that state government may provide proper value of farmers' yield at its own expense. I request you to kindly provide appointment for meeting as soon as possible to address this extremely important financial issue of national interest, state Mr. Bhupesh Baghel in the letter.

 
 



Raipur : Chhattisgarh Government to extend Mining Lease of NMDC : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel : CMD of NMDC Mr. Baijendra Kumr meets Chief Minister


Raipur : Chhattisgarh Government to extend Mining Lease of NMDC : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel :  CMD of NMDC Mr. Baijendra Kumr meets Chief Minister

NMDC and CMDC to conduct diamond mineral prospecting operations in Saraipali

Chhattisgarh Housing Board to build residential project worth nearly Rs 1200 crore in Nagarnar

NMDC to pay the balance amount of Rs 600 crore related to mining to State Government

The CMD of NMDC Mr. Baijendrakumar today met the Honble Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. HCM has assured of extending complete support to the NMDC. NMDC is a Navaratna PSU and was started by the first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Today being the foundation day of NMDC and the company entering in to the 61st year after completing its Diamond Jubilee year, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel congratulated the NMDC and appreciated its role in the nation building and its support to the state of Chhattisgarh. On this occasion, Mr. Baghel assured NMDC that the state government will give extension to NMDC’s mining leases that expires on March 2020. Chief Minister has also announced that there will be joint venture Diamond - mineral prospecting operations by NMDC and CMDC in Saraipali Tahsil of Mahasamund district. The housing project worth 1200 Cr in the Nagarnar Steel Plant of NMDC will be constructed by the Chhattisgarh Housing Board. CMD, NMDC has assured that the payments to the state government as per the demand raised by the state on the mining issues to the tune of Rs. 600 Cr will be paid to the state government

 

 




Cabinet's Decisions


Cabinet's Decisions

In the Cabinet Meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today at his residence office, following important decisions were taken. Chhattisgarh Goovernment has decided to launch a new health scheme to provide quality treatment facilities to all the citizens of the state.

1.  Under Dr Khubchand Baghel Health Support Scheme, all the government healthcare schemes including Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana, Chief Minister Health Insurance Scheme, Sanjeevani Sahayta Kosh, Mukhyamantri Bal Hriday Suraksha Yojana, Mukhyamantri Bal Shravan Yojana and National Child Health Programme (Chirayu) Yojana will be integrated.

Under this scheme, along with the beneficiaries of Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana, all the 'priority' and 'antyoday' ration card holders will be provided health services worth up to Rs 5 lakh  and other ration card holders will be provided medical treatment facility worth nearly Rs 50 thousand.

2. Chief Minister Special Health Support Scheme- for the diseases that are not covered under the schemes, for the beneficiary whose name is not on the list, or in case if the financial aid provided under the new scheme is not sufficient for treatment, Cabinet has decided to launch Chief Minister Special Health Support Scheme as an expansion of Sanjeevani Sahayta Kosh is being expanded to support those families. Under this scheme, medical facilities worth Rs 5 lakh to 20 lakh will be provided to each beneficiary family on recommendation of Chief Minister.

    • Chhattisgarhi Song written by Dr Narendra Verma- "Arpa Pairi Ke Dhar Mahanadi hai Apaar" was approved to be declared as state song.
    • Action plan for concession in prices of unsold residential and commercial building built under various schemes, concession in penalty interest and capital interest on balance amount of rented residential buildings under Chhattisgarh Housing Board's self-funded rent housing schemes was approved. Under this action plan, prices of the buildings will be reduced by 15-20% on the basis of the duration for which the said unsold residential or commercial property has been vacant since the time of construction.
    • Likewise, under self-funded scheme, concession in interest will be provided if the lump sum deposit of pending amount is made. In case of Rent Scheme as well, concession on penalty interest would be provided on lump sum deposit of the pending amount.
    • Cabinet has decided to start a new sector in Chhattisgarh District Mineral Trust Rule-2015 for ensuring availability of houses, daily-use goods, clothes for women and children, etc. for mining affected people. Maximum 5% of the amount received for priority sectors can be utilized for aforementioned works.
    • Cabinet has decided to allot free land to AIIMS, Raipur in Nava Raipur, Atal Nagar. Draft of the MoU to be signed by NRDA with AIIMS Raipur for allotment of land to be allotted in Sector-40 was approved.
    • Cabinet has decided to utilize the rice available with Chhattisgarh State Civil Supply Corporation in various schemes conducted by State and Central Government's departments and organizations.
    • Necessary amendments to be done in Chhattisgarh State Rural and Other Backward Area Development Authority Fund Rule-2012 were approved and new works such as education, health, nutrition etc were included.
    • Cabinet has decided to establish Gem and Jewelry Park in Raipur city.
    • Decision to halve the existing entrance fee of Nandanvan Jungle Safari Nava Raipur has been taken. Free Entry for visitors of age below 12 years and for disable people.
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Up to Rs 20 lakh treatment facility under Chief Minister Special Health Assistance Scheme


Up to Rs 20 lakh treatment facility under Chief Minister Special Health Assistance Scheme

 Two new health schemes to provide better and quality treatment facilities to the people of the state: 56 lakh families get treatment up to Rs. 5 lakhs under the Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme.

 

In order to provide better and quality treatment facilities to all the citizens of the state, the Government of Chhattisgarh has decided to introduce two new health schemes in the meeting of the Council of Ministers held at the residence office today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. Dr. Khubchand Baghel will be known as Health Assistance Scheme and Chief Minister Special Health Assistance Scheme.

    All the priority and Antyodaya ration card-holding families have been included in the new scheme along with the families covered under the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana under Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme, which has about 56 lakh families with health insurance facility up to 5 lakh rupees. Will get Other ration card holders will get treatment up to Rs 50 thousand. All the schemes that provide other health facilities prevalent in the state under this scheme are included in this new scheme Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, Chief Minister Health Insurance Scheme, Chief Minister Bal Hriday Suraksha Yojana, Chief Minister Bal Shravan Yojana and National Child Health Program (Chirayu) Scheme. Will happen.

    Under this new scheme, all the ration card holders families of the state will be able to get health benefits in any government or registered hospital without cash treatment. The scheme will be implemented on the trust model by the state nodal agency established under Directorate Health Services, ie the state will act as the payer for the implementation and convenience.

    Similarly, it has been decided to start the Chief Minister Special Health Assistance Scheme for the treatment of rare diseases by expanding the Sanjeevani Sahayak Kosh. In this case, after the approval of Hon'ble Chief Minister, treatment facility up to a maximum of Rs 20 lakh will be provided. Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country to provide such a huge amount for the treatment of its citizens.

    Similarly, it was decided to allot free land to All India Institute of Medical Sciences Raipur (AIIMS) at Nava Raipur, Atal Nagar. High quality treatment is available to the patients on this land at a discounted rate and School of Public Health, Outreach Center, Oncology Unit, Research Center and Center of Excellence will be established to conduct research on various diseases. For this, an area of ​​204771.12 square meters of land will be allotted free of cost by the new Raipur Development Authority (NRDA) in village Uparwada. MOU to be done from AIIMS Raipur in respect of land. The draft was also approved in the meeting of the Council of Ministers.




Raipur: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel paid courtesy call on Rajasthan Chief Minister Mr. Ashok Gehlot: Chief Ministers discussed in detail the schemes and development works conducted in both the states.


Raipur: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel paid courtesy call on Rajasthan Chief Minister Mr. Ashok Gehlot: Chief Ministers discussed in detail the schemes and development works conducted in both the states.

TNIS Raipur

 

The Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, during his stay in Jaipur met courtesy of Rajasthan Chief Minister Mr. Ashok Gehlot at his office there today. The Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Shri Gehlot informed him in detail about the schemes and development programs being run by the Government of Rajasthan. Appreciating the work of the Rajasthan government, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel gave detailed information about the Suraji village scheme being run to strengthen the rural economy in Chhattisgarh and the steps and decisions taken for the development of backward areas of the state. Chief Minister of Rajasthan Shri Gehlot praised the work being done in Chhattisgarh for rural and urban development, welfare of all sections including farmers.




Raipur : Nearly 5.50 lakh people got employment after formation of new government in Chhattisgarh : In last 10 months, 5.10 lakh people in rural areas, 10,460 in industrial sector and 10,502 people got employment in government service


Raipur : Nearly 5.50 lakh people got employment after formation of new government in Chhattisgarh :  In last 10 months, 5.10 lakh people in rural areas, 10,460 in industrial sector and 10,502 people got employment in government service

TNIS Raipur

 After formation of the new government under the leadership of Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, nearly five lakh 41 thousand 259 people have got employment in a span of 10 months from January to October, 2019. This includes five lakh 10 thousand 117 of rural areas got employment in rural areas, 20 thousand 502 people got jobs in government sector and 10 thousand 640 people got employment in industrial sector.

State Government has launched Narva, Garva, Ghurva and Bari Scheme for strengthening rural economy. Under this scheme, self-employment and employment opportunities are being created for people of rural areas. Many other schemes are also being conducted to create maximum employment opportunities for as many people as possible. Nearly 2 lakh 29 thousand 374 women got employment under Chhattisgarh State Livelihood Mission. State Government is purchasing fabric required for government use from State Weavers Cooperative Society. This decision of state government has provided employment to nearly 51 thousand weavers. About 32% of the population in Chhattisgarh are tribal people and their means of livelihood depend on forests. Large number of tribal people engaged in collection of minor forest produce have got employment through tribal self-help groups. To enhance income of tribal people in state, State Government is procuring minor forest produce through 3500 women groups in 821 haat bazaars. This has provided employment to nearly 42 thousand women.

Around 900 women groups of state have been given the assignment of stitching uniforms for school students, providing employment to nearly nine thousand women. About 35 thousand forest dwellers have got employment in making vermi-compost in cowsheds, about five thousand villagers got employment in collection of mahul leaves, manufacturing of fabrics, jute, 'pattal and plates, and five thousand people have got employment in making tree-guard and baskets. Under National Rural Livelihood Mission, nearly 61 thousand 991 people have got employment in manufacturing of organic medicines, fertilizers, 22 thousand 762 people have got employment in non-agriculture sector. In the same way, the cowsheds constructed under Narva, Garva, Ghurva, Bari Yojana, women groups are manufacturing vermi-compost and fodder. Each cowshed has 14-15 women employed. Nearly 27 thousand 990 women have got employment in chowsheds, and in the same way, nearly 16 thousand women have got employment under Suposhan Abhiyan of Women and Child Development Department. These women earn nearly Rs 2750 every month from these jobs. In this way, nearly five lakh 10 thousand 117 people have got employment while empowering rural economy sector.

In this way, nearly 20 thousand 502 people got employment in government sector. In last 10 months, 5441 teachers, 4000 assistant teachers, 2767 lecturers in schools, 1200 assistant teachers in science lab, 410 english teachers, 306 teachers for English teachers and 1420 people have been recruited on various other posts. 3682 constables have been recruited under Police Department. Through CGPSC, recruitment has been done on 503 posts and recruitment is process for 1972 posts. 250 Patwaris have been recruitment in Revenue and Calamity Management Department, 228 Lab Technicians have been recruited under Health Department, recruitment has been done on 177 posts of Helper grade-3 and Computer Operators in High Court and 118 Sub-Engineers (Civil) have been recruited under PWD Department.

In the industrial sector, nearly 10 thousand 640 people have got employment opportunities in last 10 months. The facilities and encouragement that is being provided by State Government for industries has led to significant progress in industrial sector, while the entire nation is going through recession. In last 10 months, 441 got employed under 2 units of Ultra-Mega Industries, 1520 skilled labourers and 948 unskilled labourers have been hired. In the same period, 170 people in management, 551 skilled labourers and 194 unskilled labourers have been hired for a mega industry, and 73 management people, 192 skilled labourers and 431 unskilled labourers have been hired in seven major industries established in the state. In the same way, 274 small industries have been established, for which 570 people have been hired for management along with 1138 skilled labourers and 2146 unskilled labourer. Likewise, 248 people have been hired for management along with 493 skilled labourers and 836 unskilled labourers for 215 micro industries established in the same duration.

 



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