Lockdown cannot be avoided if safety and prevention norms are not being followed : Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Better recovery rate of corona patients in Chhattisgarh, minimal casualty rate, Chhattisgarh doing much better than many states
Chief Minister addresses people of the state
Chief Minister extends greetings of Eid-ul-Zuha and Rakshabandhan to people of the state and requests them to celebrate the festivals at home with close family members
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that we had to take the decision of lockdown in cities to prevent spread of corona infection. Chief Minister requested people to take lockdown seriously. He added that lockdown does create difficulties for people, but if people do not follow safety and prevention norms, then we cannot avoid the lockdown situation. This is the time for us to be concerned about the situation, to be cautious and to follow the safety measures seriously. Chief Minister was addressing people of the state today.
Chief Minister said that although situation in Chhattisgarh is much under control as compared to the other states, but in recently the number of infected patients is rising consistently. These are all the consequences of people not following the precautions during unlock. Recovery rate of corona patients is much better in Chhattisgarh and casualty rate here is significantly low. Mr. Baghel said that we are doing better than many states. With cooperation of people of the state, we would be able to do even better in the direction of preventing corona infection. At present, more than five thousand samples are being tested every day in the state. Soon this will be increased to ten thousand samples per day.
Chief Minister said that in our state, doctors are working diligently for treatment of covid patients. Large number of patients have recovered and returned to home after the treatment. Eight regional and 22 district level hospitals of the state have COVID-19 treatment facility. All the COVID Hospitals have sufficient stock of masks, PPE kits, triple layer masks, VTM and necessary medicines. Chief Minister said that he has directed the officials concerned to ensure availability of oxymeter. Chief Minister appealed people of the state to compulsorily wear masks, wash hands frequently and practice physical distancing, besides avoiding crowded places. If we take precautions seriously, we would be able to contain corona virus infection. State Government, along with all its departments, physicians, sanitation workers, police officials etc are busy in preventing and treating the COVID-19 infection. But if people do not take precautions, it would become difficult to prevent the virus. Mr. Baghel said that he has received the information about certain groups protesting against the collection of samples by health workers in certain areas, and are stopping them from doing the test. I humbly request these groups to understand the situation and its seriousness. These steps are being taken for well-being of you and your family. Kindly cooperate with the health workers, requested Chief Minister.
Chief Minister said that festival of Eid and Rakshabandhan is approaching. He extended hearty wishes of these festivals to people of the state and requested them to celebrate the festival only at their homes with their families. This is extremely necessary for prevention of corona infection. Chief Minister said that we will have to live up to our social responsibility by avoiding crowding at places. I firmly believe that we all would understand the seriousness of the situation and be cooperative towards prevention of COVID-19.
Chief Minister salutes former President Dr. Kalam on his death anniversary
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has paid tribute to former President and great scientist Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam on July 27, his death anniversary. Recalling his contribution to the nation, Mr. Baghel said that under the leadership of Dr. Kalam, India achieved many scientific achievements. He took the country to new heights in the field of space program and military missile. The world today knows him as a missileman. He was also instrumental in bringing international recognition to India in the field of science.
Mr. Baghel said that Dr. Kalam spent his childhood under difficult circumstances, but he struggled with the circumstances to achieve unprecedented success. His steely intentions and simple instinctive nature won everyone's heart.
Chief Minister Shamil joins Chhattisgarh State Mineral Development Corporation's newly appointed Chairman Mr. Girish Dewangan
The Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, attended the function of the newly appointed President of Chhattisgarh State Mineral Development Corporation Mr. Girish Dewangan at Sonakhan Bhawan here this morning. He congratulated Mr. Devangan on getting a new assignment and on his birthday today.
On this occasion, the Chairperson of the State Women Commission, Mrs. Kiranmayi Nayak, the President of the State Food and Supplies Corporation, Mr. Ram Gopal Aggarwal, the Mayor of Raipur Municipal Corporation Mr. Ejaz Dhebar, Chairman Mr. Pramod Dubey, Advisor to the Chief Minister, Mr. Vinod Verma, Mr. Pradeep Sharma, Rajesh Tiwari And Mr. Ruchir Garg and Mr. Sameer Bishnoi, Managing Director of Chhattisgarh State Mineral Development Corporation were present.
Godhan Nyay Yojana: Cowdung sellers to receive their first payment on August 5: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister gives instructions to do payment within 15 days: amount to be transferred directly into bank accounts
Cold Storage Network to be developed on PPP Model
Ayurveda Companies to be encouraged to set up processing unit in Chhattisgarh/
Under Godhan Nyay Yojana, cowdung sellers of the state will receive payment within 15 days. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said in his address to the review meeting of forest department, held at his residence office, that Godhan Nyay Yojana was started on July 20. Cowdung sellers will receive payment against procurement on the 15th day i.e. August 5. Chief Minister directed Chief Secretary to chair a meeting of cooperative, rural and other banks and ensure all arrangements for this work. Cowdung sellers will receive payment against the procurement directly in their bank accounts.
Chief Minister has also given instructions to fix a time table for procurement of cowdung. He further said that the gauthan inspection tour schedule of veterinary doctors and gau-sevaks should also be finalized and displayed on notice board of gauthans. Mr. Baghel has entrusted the rural agriculture expansion officials to look after gauthans and pasturages. Chief Minister said that youngsters who have returned to Bastar from other states should be provided maximum number of employment opportunities through minor forest produce collection, Panchayat and Rural Development Department and Godhan Nyay Yojana.
Chief Minister said that special attention should be pain towards marketing arrangements of minor forest produce. Contracts should be signed with companies that use large quantity of forest produces in manufacturing products, and as per their requirements, minor forest produces and herbal medicines should be made available to the companies after processing.
Chief Minister also said that Ayurvedic Companies should be encouraged to establish processing plant in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister also emphasized over setting up a cold storage network across the state for safe storage of agriculture, gardening and forest crops. He said that cold storages should be run by Agriculture and Horticulture Department on PPP model. The meeting was attended by Agriculture and Water Resource Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Urban Administration Minister Dr Shiv Kumar Daharia, School Education Minister Dr Premsai Singh Tekam, and also Health Minister Mr. TS Singhdeo from Ambikapur via video conferencing.
In the meeting, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Shishupal Sori and Mr. Chandradev Prasad Rai, Advisors to Chief Minister Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, Mr. Vinod Verma, Mr. Pradeep Sharma, and Mr. Ruchir Garg, Chief Secretary Mr. Manoj Pingua, Panchayat and Rural Development Principal Secretary Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi, Agriculture Production Commissioner Dr M Geeta, Urban Administration Department Secretary Mrs. Alermelmangai D, Tribal Caste Welfare Department Secretary Mr. DD Singh, Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Siddhartha Komal Pardeshi, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi.
Chief Minister paid humble tribute to Shri Bisahu Das Mahant on his death anniversary
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel garnered a tribute to the great freedom fighter fighter Late Shri Bisahu Das Mahant on his death anniversary and paid him a humble tribute. Mr. Baghel paid homage to the late Mr. Mahant at his residence office.
The Chief Minister has paid tribute to Shri Mahant, saying that his entire life was connected with public service. He has a reputation as a freedom fighter as well as a successful politician. Shri Mahant has given his invaluable services for the development of the state as MLA and Minister in undivided Madhya Pradesh. He did well for the betterment of the people in the area through farming, irrigation and roads. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that by following the path of the welfare of the late Shri Mahant, efforts are being made to give a new dimension to development in the state.
On this occasion senior MLA Mr. Satyanarayana Sharma, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Vikas Upadhyay and Mr. Shishupal Sori, President of Chhattisgarh State Text-book Corporation Mr. Shailesh Nitin Trivedi, President of Chhattisgarh State Mineral Development Corporation Mr. Girish Dewangan, Chhattisgarh State Food and Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman of Shri Ram Gopal Agrawal, Chairman of Chhattisgarh State Housing Board, Mr. Kuldeep Juneja, Chairman of Raipur Development Authority Mr. Subhash Dhuppad, Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Vinod Verma and Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, Mayor Mr. Ejaz Dhebar and Chairman Mr. Pramod Dubey were also present.
Chief Minister salutes him on the birth anniversaries of freedom fighters Lokmanya Tilak and Chandrashekhar Azad
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has paid tributes to the freedom fighters Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak and the late Chandrasekhar Azad on his birth anniversary. Recalling his struggle for freedom, Mr. Baghel said that Tilak ji and Azad ji devoted their lives to patriotism and continued to struggle for freedom till the last moment of life.
Mr. Baghel said that revolutionary sentences like Lokmanya Tilak's 'Swaraj is my birth right and I will take it' inspired millions of Indians for freedom. Inaugurating the Ganesh festival in Maharashtra, he initiated a wonderful confluence of social harmony. Recalling the sacrifice of Shri Chandrashekhar Azad, the Chief Minister said that Azad ji's sacrifice gave energy to thousands of youth. His patriotism still inspires people. Mr. Baghel said that the immortal sacrifice of great men for freedom will always inspire us.
On the occasion of the inauguration of the Mother Chhaya Path plantation, the Chief Minister planted Ropa Krishna Vat and Bel
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said on the occasion of inauguration of village Shakola in the Matrichaya Path plantation program of planting forty four thousand saplings on about twenty four km of roads.
Durg July 20, 2020 / We are working on such schemes through which the way of conservation of nature as well as economic betterment of the people opens. On the occasion of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, the Chief Minister said that inauguration of Matruchaya Path plantation. On this occasion, they planted the vine and Krishna vat plant. The Chief Minister said that One Home, One Tree campaign was launched in Durg district. People also took part in it and planted saplings in their homes. If people come forward with so much enthusiasm to save nature, then our enthusiasm to do good work in this direction doubles. It is noteworthy that under this scheme, 44 thousand saplings have been planted on 44 major roads. The beautiful thing in it is that there is not only one kind of plant in it, which is usually done in roadside plantations and the whole environment is monotonous. Seventeen species of plants are being planted in it. Plants of huge trees such as banyan and peepal have been planted in it, which are long lasting and also provide lots of oxygen and which have special importance in Indian tradition. Along with this, saplings of trees like mango, berries and tamarind have been planted. This fruitful plant will also be useful for shade and wanderer. Medicinal plants like Arjun have also been planted and medicinal plants like Harra, Behera and Amla have also been planted. It is noteworthy that on the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, plantation work is being done on a large scale in the district. A wide variety of plantations have been done for plantation of the maternal path. Along with plantation, complete arrangements are also being made to save them. On the occasion, guests also planted saplings at the site of Matruchaya Path. On this occasion, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, PCCF Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Subrata Sahu, Agriculture Production Commissioner Mrs. M. Geeta, Principal Secretary Forest Mr. Manoj Pinguwa, Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Siddharth Komal Pardeshi, IG Mr. Vivekananda Sinha, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Shri V Srinivasa Rao, Conservator of Forests Smt. Shalini Raina, Director Agriculture Shri Nilesh Kshirsagar, Collector Dr. Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure, SP Shri Prashant Thakur, DFO Mr. KR Vardhani, District Panchayat CEO Mr. Sachchidanand Alok and other officers were present. On this occasion MLA Bhilai Shri Devendra Yadav, Chairman of Mineral Development Corporation Mr. Girish Dewangan, former MLA Mr. Pradeep Choubey, District Panchayat Vice President Mr. Ashok Sahu and public representatives were present.
Saplings were planted on the banks of Kharun last year- Last year saplings were planted on the banks of Kharun River by the Forest Department. To prevent river erosion, strengthen embankment, plantation of such plants was done which strengthened the soil hold. Plantation in the riverbank also increases the water level in the rivers as the soil conserves more water. This is a work that produces good long-term results.
Such investment which is very useful for the future - The Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel's government is working on such schemes which will prove useful not only for this generation but for the next several generations. To promote the fertility of the soil, he started the Godhan Nyaya Yojana, which would be a major task in the direction of organic farming through compost manure by purchasing cow dung. Soil conservation will be done through extensive plantation. Groundwater levels will also increase.
Plantation took place in these paths - Madiapar to Hirri, Amaleshwar to Jhit, Patan Sikola Tulsi Marg, Bhilai 3 to Tarra, Khudmudi-Jhit-Motipur, Patan-Ranitarai-Jamgaon R, Selud Jamgaon R, Garadih to Phunda, Borsi to Uti, Motipur -Jamgaon-Loharsi, Kharra to Barbaspur, Patan-Motipur Main Route to Sipkonha, Bijabhat to Surpa, Patan-Motipur Main Road to Thakurintola, Phunda Canal to Arsanara, Sikola to Sonpur, Gudiyari to Kanakot, Durg-Rajnandgaon Mahmara Main Road, Raveli From Rakhi and from Manikachary to Godpendri.
Collector authorized to impose prohibitory order as per coronavirus infection status : Collectors will apply prohibitory orders only in urban areas as per local conditions: rural areas will remain free
Notice to be issued three days before prohibitory order is implemented
Prohibition order can be imposed for seven days at a time
In view of the immediate situation of spread of coronavirus infection in the state, the state government has authorized district collectors to impose prohibitory orders in urban areas for prevention and control of Covid-19. This order was issued today after the decision taken in a high level meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, at his residence office.
It was decided in the meeting that according to the local circumstances, the district collectors will issue prohibitory orders under the Epidemic Act and Section-144.This prohibition will be applicable for large urban areas, not for rural areas.This decision is left to the discretion of the collectors as to when and in which urban area they will implement the curbs.This prohibition can be applied in some wards or in half the city or even in the whole city as per the local conditions. It has been instructed in the meeting to ensure strict adherence to the directions issued in relation to Containment Zone.
Instructions have been given in the meeting that notice should be given three days before the prohibitory order is implemented. This information should be disseminated in the local media. Only then it should be implemented. This allows the general public enough time to buy essential items and avoid storage of items in unnecessary panic.
Instructions were given in the meeting that any such prohibitory order should be of seven days at a time and a decision can be taken to pursue it furthur as per the circumstances. During the prohibition, basic services like health, drinking water supply, sanitation, electrical system, fire brigade etc. will continue to function as before. Government offices will work with one-third of the personnel during this period.
Factories or manufacturing units will be allowed to function with conditions during the prohibition. These conditions include keeping workers in a controlled environment, arranging for the transport of workers, and incurring treatment and hospital expenses in the event of a COVID-19 positive case. Petrol pumps, hospitals, clinics, veterinary services, medicine shops, milk and related products, vegetable shops will remain open as before. No extra time will be given to keep them open. Agricultural produce market will continue to function as before.
Only commercial transportation will be allowed in prohibited areas. This permission will be allowed only at night. Wearing masks and adhering to social distancing will be compulsory in every circumstance. Those who do not follow these precautionary measures will be fined for non-compliance. Health Minister Shri T.S. Singhdev, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey, Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahariya, School Education Minister Dr. Prem Sai Singh Tekam, Industries Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, Food Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat and Public Health Engineering Minister Mr. Guru Rudra Kumar were present in the meeting, along with Senior officials.
Responsibility given to Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries for Godhan Nyay Yojana : Chief Minister appoints in-charges for programs to be held at district level
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has appointed Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries and Chairpersons of the authorities as in-charges for the programs to be held in various districts under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel himself will take charge of the programs being organized in Raipur district along with Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahariya and Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Vikas Upadhyay. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel is also in-charge of the programs to be organized in Durg district along with Mr. Daleshwar Sahu, President of Chhattisgarh State Rural and Other Backward Classes Development Authority.
Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu and Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Vinod Sevanlal Chandrakar for Gariyaband, Excise Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma and President of Scheduled Caste Development Authority Mr. Bhubaneswar Baghel for Mahasamund, Health Minister Mr. T.S. Singhdeo for Balodabazar-Bhatapara, Food Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat for Balod, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar for Rajnandgaon, Minister of Higher Education Mr. Umesh Patel for Raigarh, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal for Gourela-Pendra-Marwahi and Public Health Engineering Minister Guru Rudrakumar will be in-charge for Kanker. While, Vidhan Sabha Deputy Speaker Mr. Manoj Mandavi for Dhamtari, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Kunwar Singh Nishad for Bemetara, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Gurudayal Singh Banjare for Kabirdham, Parliamentary Secretary Ms. Shakuntala Sahu for Bilaspur, Parliamentary Secretary Dr. Rashmi Ashish Singh for Mungeli and Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Chandradev Rai will be in-charge for the programs to be held in Janjgir-Champa district. Similarly, Minister of School Education Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam and Chairman of Central Region Tribal Development Authority Mr. Laljit Singh Rathia will look after the programs to be organized in Korba district.
Parliamentary Secretary Mr. U.D.Minj has been appointed in-charge for the programs to be organized in Sarguja district under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. While, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Parasnath Rajawade for Korea, Parliamentary Secretary Shri Chintamani Maharaj and MLA Mr. Rampukar Singh for Jashpur, Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. Ambika Singhdev and President of Surguja Development Authority Mr. Khelsai Singh have been made in-charges for Surajpur district.
Deputy Chairmans of Tribal Development Authority Surguja Region Mr. Brihaspat Singh and Mr. Gulab Kamro will be in-charge for Balrampur-Ramanujganj. While, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Shishupal Shorey for Bastar, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Dwarkadhish Yadav for Kondagaon, President of Bastar Development Authority Mr. Lakheshwar Baghel for Dantewada, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Rekhchand Jain for Sukma, MLA Shri Mohan Markam for Narayanpur and Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Indrashah Mandavi have been made in-charges for programs to be held in Bijapur district.
Villagers’ very own schemes- Gauthan and Godhan Nyay Yojana : These schemes being appreciated across the country : Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister reviews preparations for the scheme at Collector’s Conference
Godhan Nyay Yojana to be commenced ceremoniously in cowsheds on the occasion of Hareli
Cowsheds to be constructed in all the gram panchayats and villages in phases
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that the entire responsibility of executing and monitoring Godhan Nyay Yojana has been entrusted with District Collectors. This scheme is being talked about across the country. Economists and social organizations across the country are observing this scheme. This scheme will turn cowdung into a profitable commodity. He said that the state already has systematic procedure and infrastructure for tendupatta collection, paddy procurement, and minor forest produce procurement at support price. In days to come, cowdung procurement will be done on the same lines, along with marketing of the vermi-compost so produced. Mr. Baghel was addressing the Collectors’ Conference held via video conferencing from his residence.
Chief Minister said that gauthans have always been part of Chhattisgarh’s traditions, and now these gauthans are being given modern makeover to make it commercially viable as well. These modern cowsheds will create employment opportunities and additional source of income for people in rural areas. Gauthan and Godhan Nyay Yojana are villagers’ very own schemes. State Government is providing all kinds of resources and arrangements for inauguration of this scheme. In near future villagers themselves wil execute these schemes.
Mr. Baghel said that on July 20 i.e. on the occasion of Hareli festival, State Government’s ambitious Godhan Nyay Yojana will be launched state-wide. From July 20 onwards, programmes will be organized in gauthans across the state on different dates, which will be attended by State Government’s, ministers, parliamentary secretaries, panchayati raj institutions and public representatives of urban bodies. Chief Minister directed the District Collectors to constitute gauthan samitis with approval of In-charge Ministers of respective districts. Self-help groups should be identified for delegating the works of gauthans. Mr. Baghel said that the task of cowdung procurement and vermi-compost preparations should be given to only those who do not hesitate to touch cowdung.
Chief Minister said that in the first phase, procurement of cow dung will be started in 2408 cowsheds in rural areas and 377 cowsheds in urban areas. He added that cowsheds will be constructed in all 11 thousand 630 gram panchayats and then in 20 thousand villages in a phased manner, to expand the scheme in these areas. In the context, Collectors have been directed to earmark land for cowshed construction. He also directed the Collectors to pay special attention towards the training of self-help groups. Proper arrangements should be made to provide vermi compost preparation training to the self-help groups with the help of Agriculture Department, Veterinary, Krishi Vigyan Kendra.
These schemes will play an important role in strengthening Chhattisgarh's rural economy. Mr. Baghel said that this year we are celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi. These schemes are a leap towards realization of Bapu’s vision of Gram Swawaj. State Government is planning to develop Gauthans are as livelihood centers and rural industrial parks. Chief Minister has also directed the District Collectors to consult with the business organizations and various companies of their districts and collect information about the scope of manufacturing such items locally.
Mr. Baghel said that in near future, a large quantity of vermi compost will be produced in the Gauthans of Chhattisgarh, although its biggest customers will be the farmers of the village. Besides, forest, agriculture, horticulture, urban development department and other departments which require vermicompost will procure vermicompost produced in gauthans through cooperative on priority basis. Chief Minister said that research work should be carried out at Dau Vasudev Chandrakar Kamadhenu University in Durg, and studies on subject of organic manure, preparation of medicines from cow urine and organic pesticides should be conducted. Mr. Baghel also instructed the officials to ensure that the Patwari go to the fields to harvest the crops. Submit the photo with your presence in the Patwari field to the concerned revenue inspector and the tehsildar. He reviewed the progress of the state government's plan to give ownership to the people occupying leases of Nazul and Abadi lands While reviewing the progress of English medium schools being started in the state, Mr. Baghel said that all modern facilities should be provided in these schools. The quality of education in these schools should be such that even senior officers do not hesitate to teach their children there.
Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Shri Ravindra Choubey said that baskets prepared by the bamboo craftsmen should be used for procuring cow dung in the Gauthans. Baskets of capacity 5 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg should be used. This would also provide employment to the bamboo craftsmen. Weighing machines should be arranged for weighing. He informed that the funds for this purpose are being provided by the Gau-Seva Commission, DMF, Campa, Panchayat and Rural Development Department for necessary arrangements in Gauthan committees.
In the conference, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu, Principal Secretary Forest Mr. Manoj Pingua, Principal Secretary to Panchayat and Rural Development Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi, Commissioner of Agricultural Production Dr. M. Geeta, Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Siddharth Komal Pardeshi, Secretary of Food Department, Dr. Kamalpreet Singh, Cooperative Secretary Mr. R. Prasanna, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi, Secretary of Urban Development, Mrs. Alamel Mangai D., Secretary of Revenue Department, Ms. Rita Shandilya, Rural Development Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma, Parliamentary Advisor to the Chief Minister, Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, Deputy Secretary to the Chief Minister's Secretariat, Ms. Soumya Chaurasia were present.