Raipur : Better treatment facilities should be provided to the COVID patients : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Instructions given to increase the number of beds in hospitals at district-level and to decide the rate of COVID treatment charges for private hospitals
Home Isolation to be prescribed to the COVID patients with few or no symptoms
Prophylactic drug kit to be distributed to corona patients
Home isolation norms slackened, 3BHK no more compulsory
Presently, 22 thousand 606 beds available for corona patients in state
Public awareness for prevention of corona virus should be widely created
Collectors to take decision about containment zones based on the status of infection
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today had a discussion in detail with his cabinet ministers, District Collectors, SPs and Medical Officials via video conferencing about the status of corona infection in the state and measures being taken for prevention of the same. Chief Minister took their suggestions regarding the current situation.
Chief Minister said in his address to the ministers and officials that increasing number of COVID positive cases has created an environment of fear among common people, especially the patients. It is the need of the hour to boost morale of the patients undergoing treatment in the hospitals and to regain their confidence in the system. Mr. Baghel directed the officials concerned to monitor the health conditions of patients and to ensure regular visits of doctors in their wards. Chief Minister said that the patients should be provided necessary medical advice via telemedicine or video/whatsapp calling as well.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said in his address to the video conference that with everyone’s support and cooperation, significant work has been done in Chhattisgarh state in terms of providing relief to COVID patients and for prevention of the infection. Presently, it is the peak period of the infection spread. And in this situation, we have to persevere and continue to fight this pandemic diligently. He expressed hope that with the collective efforts of officials-employees in all the government departments including Health, we would be triumphant in this battle against COVID-19. Chief Minister directed the Collectors to ensure better arrangements at district-level for medical treatment of COVID patients. Services of private hospitals can also be taken as and when required. In the meeting, Chief Minister also spoke about regulating the rate of treatment fee charged by private hospitals to COVID patients. Chief Minister said that the government has decided to prescribe home isolation to the COVID patients with few or no symptoms. The patients should be motivated to follow the precautions and they should also be provided necessary medical advice as and when required. Chief Minister further said that the families, wherein 1-2 members have been diagnosed as corona positive, should be provided prophylactic drug kits without COVID test. People who have come in contact with COVID positive people should also be provided the prophylactic drug kits along with proper advice on consumption of the medicines and compliance to the SOPs.
Chief Minister said that the decision to prescribe treatment in home isolation to the patients with few or no symptoms will reduce the pressure on hospitals. He added that the doctors can provide necessary guidance and medical advice to the patients in home isolation via telemedicine whatsapp calling. Chief Minister further said that the COVID infected people with serious health problems such as heart, kidney or liver related diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes etc should be compulsorily admitted to hospital and they should be provided better medical treatment facilities. Chief Minister said that saving lives of COVID infected and critically ill people should be our top-priority, and for that he directed the officials concerned to make necessary arrangements and take the required measures.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel directed the District Collectors to ensure strict compliance to the precautionary norms for prevention of COVID infection and to determine the containment zones as per the local conditions. Chief Minister said that Health Department should use pamphlets, hand-bills to create public awareness about the cause. The pamphlets and hand-bills should have detailed information about the medicines and precautions to be taken by the patients with a few or no symptoms. Chief Minister also said that common people should be provided information about the medicines included in the prophylactic drugs kit.
Chief Minister said that a large number of patients are coming from other districts to Raipur for COVID treatment. It is a complicated situation. The COVID infected patients in critical condition should be referred to the bigger hospitals. He further said that we all should make collective efforts to help the patients overcome the fear and regain confidence that they would be provided best possible medical treatment in the hospitals. Chief Minister gave instructions to the Collectors to ensure better food arrangements for patients and also to appoint one officer in each government hospital for regular monitoring of cleanliness work in wards, toilets etc.
Chief Minister told District Collectors that they had ensured better arrangements for food, treatment and quarantine, when lakhs of migrant workers had returned to the state. At present, there are 20 thousand active COVID patients in the entire state. Managing food, drinking water and other arrangements for them is not a difficult task. Chief Minister instructed the Collectors to personally monitor the matter. Chief Minister said that adequate arrangements and beds are available in the districts for COVID treatment and this information should be widely publicized so that people may get assured of the healthcare facilities available for them. Instructions were also given to disseminate daily updates about the number of vacant beds available in the hospitals at district-level.
Chief Minister directed the Collectors and Health Department officials to ensure availability of essential medicines and medical equipment in medical shops for prevention of corona infection, and hoarders of these medicines should be subjected to strict action. Chief Minister also gave instructions to distribute the immunity boosting ‘kaada’ and ‘chooran’ made of herbal medicines. Chief Minister directed the Health Department Officials to clearly mention the cause of death in the Corona Bulletin, along with the number of deceased.
Health Minister Mr. TS Singhdeo said in his address to the video conference that with the lockdown being called off, number of COVID cases in the state has significantly increased, which is obvious. People socializing and attending wedding functions and other events is of the major reasons behind this sharp rise in number of cases. COVID test is being conducted at a large-scale in containment zones, which has also led to the increase in number of COVID cases on record. He expressed hope that in the near future, the situation would be much under control and the number of cases would also decrease.
Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey also gave many useful suggestions regarding prevention of corona infection. He said that the asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic patients should be treated through home isolation. He also suggested that people should be made aware about the cause through Gram Sabha. Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahria, Industry Minister Mr. Kavasi Lakhma, Higher Education Minister Mr. Umesh Patel, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, School Education Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam, Food Minister Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat, Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendia and Public Health Engineering Minister Guru Rudrakumar also made many useful suggestions regarding prevention of corona infection in the state.
At the onset of video conference, Additional Chief Secretary Health Mrs. Renu G Pillai said that the number of patients affected by corona in the state is about 41 thousand, out of which 20 thousand patients have recovered. Currently there are 20 thousand 968 active patients in the state. He said that the death rate of corona patients in the country is 1.73, while in Chhattisgarh it is only 0.84 per cent. He informed that at present 22 thousand 606 beds are vacant for the corona victims in the state. About 25 hundred people are in home isolation. Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary Home Mr. Subrata Sahu, Health Director Mr. Neeraj Bansod, Director National Health Mission Dr. Priyanka Shukla and other officials were present.
Raipur: Chief Minister and School Education Minister congratulate innovative teachers
On the occasion of Teacher's Day, online citation has started to be given to teachers who volunteered to participate in innovative activities like Padhai Tunhar Duar, Padhai Tunhar Para, Loudspeaker School, etc. in continuation of continuous education of children in Corona crisis. is. The School Education Department has so far issued online citation to 16 thousand 209 teachers. Teachers have started receiving online citations.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and School Education Minister Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam have congratulated and congratulated all these teachers on Teacher's Day for their voluntary participation in children's education during the Corona period.
He has called upon the teachers to imbibe the message given by former President of India Ratna Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan to create a better future for the coming generation. Minister Dr. Tekam said that this honor of teachers will continue even further. It is noteworthy that Minister Dr. Tekam instructed the education authorities to honor the teachers who voluntarily participated in the Corona period during brainstorming to implement the new National Education Policy in the state.
7018 for conducting Tuhar Para on Teachers Day, 563 for operation of loudspeaker school, 324 for audio transfer to parents through Bulatu Bol, 4834 for taking regular online classes, 64 for uploading digital content , 226 as District Level Monitoring Officer, for improving the quality of the content by checking the quality of digital content.
Online commendation for a total of 16 thousand 209 teachers, including 210 as block level monitoring officer, 2887 as cluster level monitoring officer, 22 as district assistant program coordinator, 28 for writing blogs of better working teachers in districts - Letters were issued.
This citation read Tunhar Para's operations, loudspeaker school, audio transfer to parents through Bulatu lyrics, conduct regular online classes, upload digital content, improve digital content quality, access to better content, teachers' blogs Teachers working as writing, district, block and cluster level monitoring officer and district assistant program coordinator are being provided
Raipur: State level Vigilance and Monitoring Committee meeting on September 7, chaired by Chief Minister
A meeting of the State Level Vigilance and Monitoring Committee constituted under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, chaired by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, has been held on September 7 at 1 pm
This meeting will be held at the Chief Minister's residence through video conferencing. The committee consists of MPs and MLAs, in which cases related to atrocities on these scheduled classes are reviewed. Members of the state level committee NIC of their district Will attend the meeting by appearing in the video conference room of
Chhattisgarh CM writes to Union Home Minister : CM Bhupesh Baghel demands installation of mobile towers with deployment of additional battalion of CRPF in Naxalite affected areas
CM demands special recruitment rally for Bastar youths and formation of Bastaria battalion to provide employment opportunities to youths
CM seeks cooperation from Centre in eradicating Naxalites
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah seeking the Centres cooperation in better implementation of the state governments action plan regarding eradication of Naxals from the region.
In his letter, the Chief Minister said that the state government has adopted a three dimensional programme 'Trust-Development-Security,' making all possible efforts to win the trust of the people of Naxal affected regions and taking forward the development work to create a safe environment. He said that the efforts have shown positive results.
Chief Minister said that the Union Home Ministry had allocated 7 additional CRPF battalions for Chhattisgarh in 2018. It was decided to deploy these forces in worst affected Naxal hit south Bastar district of Sukma and Bijapur for effective implementation of anti-naxal activities and developmental projects. In the selected locations, the amount has been disbursed for setting up of battalion headquarters and work has also been completed at most of the locations. He said that it has been learnt that 10 CRPF battalion have been removed from Jammu and Kashmir. In this case, providing the 7 allocated battalions to Chhattisgarh immediately will help in effective implementation of anti-naxal movement.
Shri Baghel said that 1028 mobile towers were sanctioned for increasing the telecom facility in Naxal-affected districts, for which locations have been selected and sent to the Ministry of Home Affairs. The towers should be established soon, which could benefit the common people as well as the security forces.
Along with this, Chief Minister has also requested in the letter to organize a special recruitment rally by the army for the youth of Bastar.
At the same time, he has also talked about the formation of an additional Bastaria battalion of the Central Armed Police Forces, through which the local youths can get employment as well as get better results on the Naxalite front.
Along with this, Chief Minister Shri Baghel has urged to consider the construction of roads with pre-fabricated technology, bridge culvert and advanced technology in Bastar division, so that construction work can be done with high quality in a short time.
The Chief Minister expressed hope in the letter that on getting cooperation from the Center, the government will get a decisive edge in the direction of freeing Chhattisgarh state from the Naxal problem.
The whole country is benefiting from the economic policies of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel.
Raipur Last year and this year, due to general economic slowdown and Kovid-19, the economic activities in the entire country have been adversely affected, but the efforts of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel have boosted the economic activities in Chhattisgarh and these activities have benefited the whole country. Used to be.
The Central Government in the last day of August 2020, the GST of the Center and various states. And has released data on collection of relevant taxes. CGST, SGST, IGST and CESS are the main components in these taxes. Comparing August 2019 with the above revenue collection for the month of August 2020, there are 5 states in the country where the total GST related revenue collection has increased in the month of August.
. This state is 17 percent in Nagaland, 7 percent in Uttarakhand, 6 percent in Chhattisgarh, 2 percent in Uttar Pradesh and 1 percent in Rajasthan respectively, there has been a decrease in revenue collection in all the remaining states.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has informed that more than 70 percent of the said revenue collection related to GST belongs to IGST, CESS and CGST. The CGST goes to the center treasury, the IGST is distributed between the center and the user states and CESS is compensated for the reduction in GST collections of all states.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that in the period of August 2020 in Chhattisgarh, there has been a decrease of about 10 percent in the receipt of SGST compared to the previous August. Nevertheless, the state has continued economic activities even in difficult conditions through the state's economic policies such as starting industrial commercial activities on time, Rajiv Gandhi Nyaya Yojana, Godhan Nyaya Yojana and purchasing of minor forest produce on support price.
The result of this is that IGST and CESS being collected in Chhattisgarh will benefit other states of the country.
Chief Minister writes letter to public representatives for active support during ‘Poshan Maah’
Mr. Baghel appeals MPs, MLAs, Mayor, Urban Body and Panchayat Representatives to create Manlnutrition-Free Chhattisgarh
Praising the active contribution of public representatives, Mr. Baghel stated in the letter that MLAs have always extended their consistent support for eradication of malnutrition and anemia in children of the state. In previous years, everyone has contributed towards successfully organizing of ‘Poshan Maah’. Chief Minister stated that this year as well, he expects active support, cooperation and participation of everyone for organizing National Nutrition Month 2020 (Rashtriy Poshan Maah).
Mr. Baghel said that malnutrition and anemia in children is a serious problem. To ensure significant reduction in malnutrition level, Poshan Abhiyan is being conducted from year 2018. Every year, National Nutrition Month is organized as a public movement for creating awareness, inspiring behavioural change, and hold dialogue about importance of nutrition. In Chhattisgarh as well, Rashtriy Poshan Maah is being organized from September 1, 2020 to September 30, 2020 this year. Because of the circumstances due to global pandemic, this year Rashtriy Poshan Maah is also being organized as a digital public movement along with the other mediums. For this, video conferencing technology, social media, mass media, print media are being extensively used.
CM Bhupesh Baghel wrote a letter to the central government, said - provide 2828 crore rupees soon for GST compensation
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman demanding Rs 2828 crore as GST compensation for the year 2020-21.
Raipur. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has demanded from the Central Government to make available Rs 2828 crore as GST compensation for the year 2020-21 to the state soon. Senior state officials said that Baghel has written a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in this regard. Regarding the option of taking loans by the state government for reduction in GST compensation, he said that the states included in the GST Council were assured by the Center in the year 2017 that whatever reduction in revenue to the states after the implementation of GST. It will be reimbursed till the year 2022. In such a situation, it will be more practical if the Center provides loans to the states themselves.
Chief Minister wrote letter to Finance Minister
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has written in a letter to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman that the revenue in the states generally increases every year. Whatever is lacking in this, the central government should be reimbursed. He said that apart from this, it is also a matter of considerable fact that loans are provided to the states by the Reserve Banks at different rates, in such a situation it would be more practical to provide loans to the states by the Central Government.
Apart from this, Baghel said in his letter that according to the constitutional provisions, giving the amount of GST is the responsibility of the central government. In order to compensate for the reduction in GST, the states will take a loan burden by taking loans for it.
At the same time, the Chief Minister said in the letter that there is a provision to give GST compensation every two months, so even after four months of the year 2020-21, the compensation amount for this period has not been received from the Government of India. He demanded that this amount be made available to Chhattisgarh without delay.
Chief Minister expresses deep grief over the death of former President Shri Pranab Mukherjee
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, while condoling the demise of former President Bharat Ratna Shri Pranab Mukherjee, described it as an unbearable loss for the nation and expressed condolences to the families in this hour of grief. He has said in his condolence message that Shri Pranab Mukherjee made an unprecedented contribution in his long political career, working for the progress of the country and the interest of every section of the society. His death is a national loss, this deficiency will never be met.
The memory of former President Shri Pranab Mukherjee is also associated with Chhattisgarh. He inaugurated the new passport office in the capital Raipur in 2007 as the foreign minister. Inaugurating the Rajyotsava program during the two-day visit on 6 and 7 November 2012 in the year 2012 as the President, he inaugurated the new Integrated Terminal Building at Swami Vivekananda Airport Raipur, inaugurating the new ministry complex. During his visit, Shri Mukherjee laid the foundation stone of the 500 seater hostel of Tribal Welfare Department and the Industrial Training Institute of Ramakrishna Mission Ashram in the tribal dominated district Narayanpur of Chhattisgarh. Shri Mukherjee also attended the Golden Jubilee Convocation of Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla University Raipur on 26 July 2014 and the 4th Convocation of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Raipur on 17 April 2015.
Chief Minister writes letter to colleagues of Gram Panchayats in Chhattisgarhi: Appeal for cooperation and participation in nutrition month
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to all the representatives of the Gram Panchayats in Chhattisgarhi and appealed for cooperation and participation in the nutrition month.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel has addressed all sarpanches and panchs and wrote that in September, the Women's Child Development Department is celebrating the month of nutrition. The department has prepared an action plan for the entire month, in which work will be done to eradicate malnutrition. He has said that participation and cooperation of Panchayat representatives in this event is necessary.
The Chief Minister has written a request to all to make the children of Chhattisgarh Mahtari healthy and well-educated by raising awareness of malnutrition in Chhattisgarh, that malnutrition is a serious problem in our Chhattisgarh. Ever since the government has formed, they have been concerned about children's health and nutrition. They are constantly trying to ensure that the children of our state remain healthy and well-fed. To remove malnutrition among children, I have started Mukhyamantri Sukrishnan Yojana since October 2 last year.
The Chief Minister has said in the letter that the Chief Minister's Suraksha Abhiyan has succeeded in eliminating malnutrition, but a well-educated Chhattisgarh cannot be imagined without your cooperation. You are all representatives of the public. Constantly meeting and talking with the public. They are always together in their happiness and sorrow. It is time that all of you explain to the general public of your area that malnutrition is not a disease, only by improving our food and living habits, we can keep our children healthy.
The Chief Minister has requested all sarpanches and panches that this message should go among our society and family, our children will be healthy, only then we will be healthy and our society and state will also be healthy.
Raipur : Chief Minister instructs district collectors to arrange free transportation for candidates appearing in the national level entrance examination JEE and NEET to reach examination centres and return back
Depending on the number of candidates in each district, buses, mini buses and jeeps should be arranged
Appoint Nodal officers for the arrangements in all districts
Candidates will be able to register themselves on the mobile number of the nodal officers
One of the parents will be allowed to travel along with a girl student
Permission will be given on showing admit card for traveling in the vehicle
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has given instructions to all District Collectors to make arrangements for transportation of candidates for entrance exams like IIT-JEE and NEET exams to their examination centers and bringing them back. He has said in the instructions issued to the district collectors that arrangements for buses, minibuses, jeeps etc. vehicles should be ensured on the basis of the number of candidates appearing for the examination. He has instructed all the District Collectors to appoint District Nodal Officers for this purpose and coordinate with Regional Transport Office (RTO) and District Transport Office (DTO) in this regard.
Chief Minister has said in the instructions issued to the collectors that the bus service is not operational due to the lockdown. Therefore, immediate arrangements for buses should be made through bus operators. The IIT JEE exam is being conducted from September 1, so buses will have to be run from August 31 for the candidates. About 13 thousand 500 candidates will appear in this examination in the state. 5 centers have been set up for this examination in the state. Mr. Baghel has said in the instructions that many candidates will be going to take the examination by their own arrangements, but for the remaining candidates, arrangements will be made by the administration. Along with the girl students appearing in the examination, one of their parents will also be allowed to travel. The journey will be free and no amount will be charged for it. Its expenditure will be borne by the state government.
Physical distancing must be followed in the transport vehicles. It will be sufficient for the candidates to show their entrance exam admit card for the journey in the vehicle. On showing the admit card, the candidates should be allowed to travel in the vehicle. Chief Minister has instructed the District Collectors to immediately disseminate the mobile numbers of the nodal officers to be appointed for the transportation, in the media so that the candidates can register themselves for travelling to the examination centers and returning back. The instructions issued also said that vehicles like jeeps and mini vans can also be arranged if the number of candidates is less.