Raipur: Debt forgiveness and promise to purchase paddy in 2500 rupees: Guru Rudakkumar


Raipur: Debt forgiveness and promise to purchase paddy in 2500 rupees: Guru Rudakkumar

Debt waiver in Tihar program in Ahiwara and Murmunda of Durg district
Joined Public Health Engineering Minister

 

Public Health Engineering Minister Guru Rudrakumar said that we had promised loan waiver for the betterment of farmers. Today we are celebrating debt forgiveness festival and I am happy that I have come among you. We have fulfilled the promise made to farmers, not only the debt waiver but also the promise of procurement of paddy in 2500 rupees. Public Health Engineering Minister Guru Rudakkumar was addressing the villagers on loan waiver Tihar in Ajwara and Murmunda district co-operative branches of Durg district today.


    
 Public health mechanic minister Guru Rudakkumar said that the decision of the loan waiver not only benefited the farmers, but also benefited the business class. New energy was introduced in the market. The automobile sector has also improved. For years, farmers were unable to do anything for the development of their land, for the betterment of agriculture. Debt waiver and purchase of paddy in Rs. 2500 provided the farmers with capital for this. It will act like a lifeline for agricultural development in the state for a long period.

Minister Guru Rudakkumar said that the best priority for the farmers is for the government. The purpose behind organizing this festival is to have better communication with you. You are attending a large number of such programs and are constantly discussing with the authorities for better farming. This is a very auspicious sign. He said that Gauthans have been made under the Narva, Garuva, Ghurwa and Bari schemes. This scheme for the development of agriculture and livestock promotion will prove to be a milestone for rural development.

Minister Guru Rudakkumar said that for the successful implementation of this scheme, public participation is extremely important. The more this scheme will run and the rural economy will be strengthened as much as you would like to save it with interest. On this occasion, the minister also announced the establishment of the statue of late Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi in the square near the venue of the program. Collector Shri Ankit Anand was also present on the occasion.




Raipur : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel expresses deep condolence on sad demise of Mr. Rameshwar Dayal Purohit


Raipur : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel expresses deep condolence on sad demise of Mr. Rameshwar Dayal Purohit

 Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has expressed deep condolence on sad demise of Mr. Rameshwar Dayal Purohit, father of Mr. Naveen Purohit, Group Channel Head and Director of Digiana Media Group. Mr. Rameshwar Dayal Purohit passed away today in Lahaar area of Bhind district, Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister has empathized with the grief-stricken family and has prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.

 



Raipur : Chief Minister praises bravery of Police personnel, spoke to DGP on telephone


Raipur : Chief Minister praises bravery of Police personnel, spoke to DGP on telephone

Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Bhupesh Baghel spoke to Director General of Police (DGP) Mr. DM Awasthi on telephone and took information about encounter of District Police Force, DRG and CAF with naxalites in hilly area between Sitagota and Sherpar, situated close to Maharashtra border, near Boartlaav and Bagnadi police station. Chief Minister praised bravery and courage of police personnel. It is noteworthy that today morning, after this naxal-police encounter, dead bodies of seven naxalites were seized, along with AK-47, 303 rifle, 12 bore guns, single shot rifle and other explosives.

 



Raipur : Chief Minister writes letter to Government of India for immediate permission of inauguration and building allotment for Hospitals under State Employee Insurance Scheme


Raipur : Chief Minister writes letter to Government of India for immediate permission of inauguration and building allotment for Hospitals under State Employee Insurance Scheme

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has sent a letter to Government of India requesting immediate permission for inauguration and building construction for hospitals under Employee State Insurance Scheme  in Chhattisgarh, so that employees may avail the benefits soon.

Mr. Baghel stated in the letter addressed to Union Labour and Employment Minister Mr. Santosh Gangwar that not a single hospital is available to provide medical treatment facilities for intermittent diseases to nearly six lakh registered employees and their families insured under Employee State Insurance Scheme in Chhattisgarh state. Two hospitals of 100 bed capacity are being constructed by ESIC in Raipur and Korba. Chief Minister has requested Union Minister of Labour and Employment to provide date and time from his schedule soon for inauguration of these hospitals.

It is stated in the letter that State Government has allotted free of cost land plots for hospitals of 100-bed capacity in Bhilai and Raigarh. Bhumi-pujan for these hospitals has been done, but the construction work has not started yet. Chief Minister requested Union Minister to give necessary instructions to the officials concerned to begin the construction work as soon as possible.

There are 42 dispensaries in the state, out of which 39 are operated in rented buildings. State Government will provide free land for construction of buildings for these dispensaries. Chief Minister has requested Union Minister to approve building construction work for these dispensaries.

 



Raipur: Reflecting with the Rampa, Gaiti, Kudari and Gadi, the grandly tired Tihar: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel reached the village Phedda


Raipur: Reflecting with the Rampa, Gaiti, Kudari and Gadi, the grandly tired Tihar: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel reached the village Phedda

Home Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu, who arrived in village Ghughusidih,
In the district level, Shri Lalji Singh Rathia of the Central Area Tribal Development Authority, reached Manchand, also celebrated in Tihar

With Rapa Gaeti, Kudari and Gadi, the residents celebrated Hareli this time with a lot of enthusiasm. In the village Phedda, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, in the village Ghughusidih, the Home Minister, Shri T. Chandrasekhu Sahu, and the President of Madhya Pradesh Tribal Development Authority in Machandur, Shri Lalji Singh Rathia, reached the villagers and shared with them the celebration of Hareli. Gaushana was also inaugurated in this festival. The Chief Minister said that the markers of our Chhattisgarhi culture were gradually becoming extinct. We started the work of saving it. Today, the manner in which Hareli has been organized and you have participated in such enthusiasm so much enthusiasm has taken us, and together we will all save the cultural prosperity of Chhattisgarh and take it towards development. The Chief Minister also discussed with the Sarpanchs of 20 villages on this occasion. He said that entire India is looking at you. This is a major initiative for rural development. Give your full participation, it will prove to be milestone in the direction of rural development.

Home Minister Shri Tamrampraj Sahu said in village Ghughusidih that through the Niruva, Garuwa, Ghurua and Bardi Yojana, the possibilities of livestock will be fully exploited. Through soups we can increase the productivity of livestock. Can promote organic farming. Traditionally, our ancestors were carrying knowledge and what we were going to forget. This traditional knowledge is being re-saved through NARUWA, GURUA, NAHRUA, BADRI Yojna. You are feeling good with a large number of people participating in this program.

In the district level program organized at Machandur, Chief Guest, Madhya Pradesh Tribal Development Authority President Lalji Singh Rathia said that the government decided to waive the loan for rural development and procure paddy in Rs. 2500. This has improved the rural economy. If the culture of Chhattisgarh remains, we will also survive. The government has declared the holiday on the occasion of the occasion. There is much enthusiasm with him. Today, the way people are participating in the event of Hareli. In Khilgaon and Risali in Bhilai today, organized at the urban body level. This program was held in Bhilai 3 at Mangal Bhavan. Chhattisgarhi recipes were also displayed on this occasion. These dishes were prepared by sisters of self-help groups. The Chief Minister said that today Gulgila Bhajia also eaten and Cheela also. The cottage is also good, you are very excited with celebrating this festival with enthusiasm. On this occasion MLA Mr. Arun Vora, MLA Mr. Devendra Yadav and other guests were present. Other District Level Officers including Commissioner Shri Dilip Vasanikar and Collector Mr. Ankit Anand also attended all the programs.




Raipur: Caption: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the first livestock Aangna (Multi Activity Center) of the state in village Ganiyari of Takhatpur block in Bilaspur district today ...


Raipur: Caption: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the first livestock Aangna (Multi Activity Center) of the state in village Ganiyari of Takhatpur block in Bilaspur district today ...

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated the first livelihood of Angana (Multi Activity Center) in the village Gannari of Takhatpur Block in Bilaspur district. The livelihood of Angana is spread over two and a half acres of which is approximately 3.78 million. Women are getting financially strengthened through self support groups in the Ganiari Multi Activity Center. About 650 women are working in internal and external activities.




Raipur: Chief Minister celebrated Hareli Tihar in village Nevar, inaugurated 26 models of Gauhathon: Paddy's support price rise increased purchasing power of farmers - Shri Bhupesh Baghel


Raipur: Chief Minister celebrated Hareli Tihar in village Nevar, inaugurated 26 models of Gauhathon: Paddy's support price rise increased purchasing power of farmers - Shri Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today celebrated Haily Tihar with the villagers in the newly constructed Gothan village of Takhtpur Vikaskhand in Bilaspur district and opened 26 model gauges in the district. On this occasion, he said on the occasion that the money has been given to the farmers by raising the paddy support price and its benefits have not only been given to the farmers but also the laborers and traders. This has led to increase in sales of automobiles and gold and silver in the state.

The first traditional festival of Chhattisgarh was celebrated with enthusiasm and enthusiasm in village Navara in the presence of its Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel. The Chief Minister unveiled statue of cowboy and cattle in Gautan here, worshiped agricultural tools and fed cows to cows. The Chief Minister was also dressed in a Khumri. He gave rituals to Ratha-Chheka by giving sticks, coconut and beef to the shepherds of Gothan. The Roka-Chheka ritual is performed after the worship of Hareli. Farmers submit their animals to the herders by saying that from today it is their responsibility to take care of animals.

 

Addressing the villagers present in Chhattisgarhi on this occasion, Chief Minister, Mr. Baghel congratulated him on 'Gada Gada'. He said that for the first time, the government has declared holiday in Hareli. For the first time, the loan of farmers has been waived, for the first time the support price of paddy has been increased to 2500 rupees and for the first time, the Tandupata has been purchased at Rs. 4 thousand standard borrower rate. Gautanas have been made for the first time in the state. It is for the first time that Chhattisgarh has Chhattisgarhi government. This is the reason that the government has announced a holiday on Teja, Karma and World Aboriginal Day. For the first time in the Chhattisgarh Bhawan in Delhi, Chhattisgarhi food and traditional dishes like Khurmi and varieties of varieties are being found. It has been included in their menu. There is 2500 varieties of paddy in Chhattisgarh. There is no cost to the young flower of Marwahi. Should get the price Butter mushroom is produced in Chhattisgarh, but comes from outside from here. Bilaspur's mushrooms in hotels in Chhattisgarh. Shri Baghel said that Chhattisgarh has been identified by our Teej festival, eating and drinking and speaking, which was ending. Today we are going to recognize that old glory again.

He said that more than 500 gaushundas were inaugurated in the state on Hareli. These people will not run the government but the people of the village will run. There will be arrangements for feed, shade, water, etc.. The government has noticed that there is a shortage of fodder in every village, so in every village five to ten acres of land is being reserved for fodder. This will provide nutritious food to livestock and increase in milk production will bring prosperity among farmers. The government has decided to revive the 33 thousand nullahs of the state. Due to drying of Arpa river, people here are getting agitated today, but when we cleanse all the drains connecting Arpa, they will start getting water automatically in Arpa.

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has enjoyed Cheema-Chatni, Fraa and Gulgula made by women self-help groups.

The women also served the dishes like pradheree, kurmi, curry-laddoo and also served them. In the stall of the Women's Child Development Department, the Chief Minister took soft drinks from the straw made by the Deccan Flat and praised it. He praised lakhs of bangles made by women of Marwahi. Under the Bari scheme, the Department of Horticulture had given vegetable seeds to the farmers, which produced Taroi, Dodka and Barabatti, which were produced by the Chief Minister.

Increasing the enthusiasm of the festival, the Chief Minister greeted everyone on the cottage and accepted the greeting. He threw the sari and ran the bumblebee. He expressed his happiness by seeing the children playing trophies, squirrels, Kho-Kho games. The villagers welcomed him while dancing raut and dance. Various departments had installed stalls at the venue of the program. Vermi compost fodder is being made by women self-help groups, 43 women from Nevara, in Gothan, whom they observed. The Chief Minister also made plantation in Gautan.

In the beginning of the program, the collector Dr. Sanjay Alang gave the welcome address. Takhtpur legislator Mrs. Rashmi Singh Thakur said that the arrangement made in Gothane will be to promote livestock and prosperity among the farmers. In the program Bilaspur MLA Mr. Shailesh Pandey, Additional Chief Secretary, Forest, Panchayat and Rural Development Department Mr. R. P. Mandal, Secretary T.C. District collector, women and rural, agriculturists were present in large number including Mahavar, the Chief Minister, Mr. B.L. Banjare, IG Pradip Gupta, District Superintendent of Police, Mr. Prashant Agarwal, Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma, Mr. Rajesh Tiwari.




Raipur : Chief Minister dedicates First Mobile ATM Van of APEX Bank to Farmers on the occasion of Hareli


Raipur : Chief Minister dedicates First Mobile ATM Van of APEX Bank to Farmers on the occasion of Hareli

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, on the occasion of Hareli, dedicated the first ever mobile ATM Van of APEX Bank to farmers of the state. At a programme organized today morning at his Raipur based residence, Chief Minister inaugurated and flagged off the mobile ATM Van.

APEX bank has launched this mobile ATM Van especially for remote areas of Raigarh and Jashpur districts. This van will reach out to haat-bazaars and cooperative societies to provide cash withdrawal, financial and non-financial transaction facility to credit card and debit card holding beneficiaries. This van will benefit a large number of villagers and farmers in areas where Bank ATMs are not available.

On the occasion, MLA Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma, Registrar Cooperative Societies Mr. Dhananjay Dewangan, Regional Manager of Reserve Bank Ms Shivgami, Chief Managing Director of NABARD Mr. M Soren, Managing Director of APEX Bank Mr. NK Nagdev and other officials of the bank were also present.




Raipur : 'Hareli Tihar' celebration at CM House : Chief Minister, along with Ministers and MLAs, participated in Hareli Yatra on bullock cart


Raipur : 'Hareli Tihar' celebration at CM House  : Chief Minister, along with Ministers and MLAs, participated in Hareli Yatra on bullock cart

Chief Minister worshipped agricultural equipments and performed all customary rituals

Amazing view of joy, zeal and fervour from CM house to Saksharta Tihara

 

While monsoon has drenched the entire state green, people in every village, every district of Chhattisgarh are enthusiastically celebrating Hareli festival. In capital city Raipur also, colourful celebration of Hareli Tihar was organized CM House.

 
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel performed all the customary rituals of Hareli Tihar at his residence. Folk artists, dance troupes and folk singers further added the authentic traditional flavour to the festivities. Nearly 500 folk dancers dressed in traditional attire performed in the procession held on the occasion. Songs such as 'Arpa Pairi Ke Dhaar' were played in adoration of Chhattisgarh Mahtari, and Hareli special folk songs were also sung with traditional instruments such as Jhanjhar, Maandar and Gudum Baja. Folk dancers performed 'Gedi', 'Karma', 'Sua', 'Raut Nacha', 'Panthi Nritya' and 'Gauri Gaura'. At the onset, Chief Minister met school children, who had come to CM house to meet him. He exchanged warm wishes of Hareli with children and encouraged them to participate in traditional sports.
 
 
 
Chief Minister inaugurated 'Hareli Johar' programme by worshipping agriculture equipments. Thereafter, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel along with his Ministers namely Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, and MLA Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma joined Hareli Yatra in a decked up bullock card that moved from Gandhi Udyan to Saksharta Tiraha, where Chief Minister addressed the public.



Dhamtari road accident: Government will give one lakh rupees to the relatives of the dead


Dhamtari road accident: Government will give one lakh rupees to the relatives of the dead

Chhattisgarh government has announced an assistance of Rs one lakh each to the relatives of the deceased in the incident.

Chhathisgarh's Dhamtari and Balod district on the border of Chitod on Tuesday morning caused a road accident. Two buses collided face to face with each other. Two people died on the spot in this accident. While 45 people were injured. The condition of seven in the wounded remains still serious. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has expressed condolences over this terrible road accident. Besides, the instructions have been given to the administration to provide complete medical facilities to the injured.

Chhattisgarh government has announced an assistance of Rs one lakh each to the relatives of the deceased in the incident. Besides, 25 thousand thousand rupees have been announced to the injured and 10-10 thousand rupees for other injured persons. The injured have been admitted to the district hospital Dhamtari, while seven seriously injured passengers have been brought to Mechahara Raipur.

Officer at the hospital
After the directives of the Chief Minister, Dhamtari collector Rajat Bansal and SP Balaji Rao directed the Chief Medical and Health Officer for the better treatment of the injured by reaching the District Hospital and looking for the injured. Please tell us that at around 8.20 am, the bus number of the Kanker roadways coming from Raipur to Gopal Chitta of Balod district, on the National Highway no. 30, is going on from the CG 09F6003 and going towards Jagdalpur from Raipur Jagalpur. The bus number of travels collided with face-to-face in CG-07E8090.

Death of Rewa
Two people have died in the accident, one of them is Dharmendra Thakur, resident of Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. While the other dead person has not yet been identified. Seven passengers seriously injured in the said road accident have been brought in Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College Hospital, Raipur. Treatment continues here.




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