Nearly Rs 1621.67 crore collected as Registration Revenue in Chhattisgarh in year 2020, despite the COVID crisis


Nearly Rs 1621.67 crore collected as Registration Revenue in Chhattisgarh in year 2020, despite the COVID crisis

Revenue collected in year 2020 is 23..28% more than the revenue collected in year 2019

One Lakh 82 Thousand Documents registered in last 11 months

Despite the COVID crisis, there has been registration revenue collection of nearly Rs 1621.67 crores in Chhattisgarh. Revenue collected in year 2020 is 23.28% more than the revenue collection of year 2019. In the current fiscal year till January 31, one lakh 82 thousand documents have been registered, as a result of which revenue of Rs 1087.19 crore has been collected as stamp and registration fee.

In the interest of common people, State Government has lifted the ban on sale-purchase of small land-plots. Subsequently, the number of document registrations for transaction of small land plots has nearly doubled in last two years. In these two years, nearly one lakh 86 thousan 423 small plots of land have been registered. State Government’s decision of reducing guideline rate by 30% has largely benefited the common people. Reduction in guideline rate of property and liberty to sell-purchase small plots of land has made it easier for people of middle class to buy houses and other immovable assets.

State government is providing a concession of two percent in the rate of registration fee for deeds related to the sale of houses and buildings up to Rs 75 lakh, from August 2019, which has been continued in financial year 2020-21 as well. During the registration of 17 thousand 112 documents in the last one and a half years, 2 percent concession has been given in the registration of residential buildings. To save parties from the inconvenience and to ensure that the registration work runs smoothly and systematically, he e-registry procedure has been simplified for the purchase and sale of properties in Chhattisgarh and an additional network facility has been provided to address the network problem. In the wake of COVID-19 prevention, provision of online appointment (slot booking) was made and the registration work was conducted in proper order, while adhering to the safety measures such as social distancing in the registration offices. This facility has also been made available through the mobile app. Despite the limited number of tokens supplied daily for the protection of the parties, 2 lakh 8 thousand 63 documents were registered in the year 2020, which is almost equal to the number of documents registered in the year 2019. Swipe machines were also made available for online payment facility, so as to ensure minimal cash transactions in the registration offices are minimized. Proper arrangement has been made for sale of e-stamps through 12 centres, more than 500 public service centers and more than 2002 vendors.




The Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, paid a courtesy call on the Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari at his residence in New Delhi today…


The Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, paid a courtesy call on the Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari at his residence in New Delhi today…

Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Shri Bhupesh Baghel paid a courtesy call to Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari at his residence in New Delhi today and discussed various proposals related to road development in Chhattisgarh.




General Secretary of Golf Federation of India pays courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


General Secretary of Golf Federation of India pays courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

General Secretary of Golf Federation of India Mr. Aryaveer today paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel at his residence office in Raipur. He informed Mr. Baghel that Gold Federation of India is organizing Chhattisgarh Open Gold Tournament. This tournament is proposed to be held at Mayfair Golf Course located in Sector 24 of Nava Raipur in the last week of February or in the month of March. He urged the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel to attend this tournament. Mr. Mahesh Wadhwani, the founder of Raipur Golf Course was also present on the occasion. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel congratulated Mr. Aryaveer and Mr. Wadhwani for this event.

Shri Aryavir told the Chief Minister that this tournament is being organized to promote tourism in the state and to sensitize the new generation towards golf. International level players from countries like India, Japan and Korea will participate in the tournament. The founder of Raipur Golf Course, Mr. Mahesh Wadhwani said that this tournament will also include representatives from the embee of different countries, business community and corporate leaders. In this way, along with this tournament, there will be a grand event of investment meet, which will boost tourism as well as investment in the state.

 




National Women Commission lauds the excellent works of Women and Child Development Department during COVID crisis


National Women Commission lauds the excellent works of Women and Child Development Department during COVID crisis

Chhattisgarh State Women Commission Chairman Dr Kiranmayee Nayak hands over the certificate to Women and Child Development Minister

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Bhendiya congratulated the field team

 Relief Works conducted in Chhattisgarh during COVID crisis, under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, are being appreciated at national level. National Women Commission has lauded the works of Chhattisgarh Women and Child Development Department for the excellent works during COVID crisis. National Women Commission awarded a certificate for the commendable work of field teams of the department in Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh State Women Commission Chairman Dr Kiranmayee Nayak recieved the certificate in New Delhi. Today, Dr. Nayak handed over the certificate to Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendia in Raipur. 

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel and Minister Mrs. Bhendia have congratulated all the field staff including Anganwadi workers, assistants for this achievement. Mrs. Bhendia said that the Women and Child Development Department worked in high power action mode during the lockdown, under the guidance of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. While the Anganbadi centers were closed during lockdown, Anganbadi workers and assistants went door-to-door to distribute dry rations and ready-to-eat and created public awareness on prevention of corona infection. During this period, they also helped in providing elementary education to children and necessary information to the guardians of children. Consistent efforts have been made to eradicate malnutrition in the state, which did not stop even the COVID crisis.    

Mrs. Nayak informed that while addressing the felicitation function for the chairpersons of all the state women commissions in the country organized by National Commission for Women, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister, Mr. Prakash Javadekar praised the works done by Chhattisgarh State Commission for the protection of Women and their rights. At the function, Chairperson of National Commission for Women, Mrs. Rekha Sharma also referred to the Government of Chhattisgarh as alert and sensitive in the matter of women.

Dr. Nayak said that Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has given a lot of power to the State Women's Commission in Chhattisgarh. The Commission is working promptly in providing justice to women at a rapid pace with the cooperation of the police and administration, under the leadership of Chief Minister. Chhattisgarh has mobilized a large number of people to provide justice to women during lockdown. Chhattisgarh Women's Commission has so far heard 11 hundred cases in 44 public hearings held in the duration of 5 months, out of which about 400 cases have been resolved. Collector and Superintendent of Police of all the districts extend support in holding these public hearings of the Women's Commission in Chhattisgarh. The instructions of the Women's Commission are strictly followed. 




A record 95.38 percent of the farmers registered in Chhattisgarh sold paddy at the support price


A record 95.38 percent of the farmers registered in Chhattisgarh sold paddy at the support price

Number of farmers selling paddy, registered acreage and paddy purchase is the highest since state formation
Paddy procurement of more than 92 lakh metric tonnes this year: Most paddy purchased in 20 years

Due to the farmer friendly policies implemented in Chhattisgarh under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel and better system of paddy procurement at support price, a record 95.38 percent of total registered farmers sold paddy in Kharif marketing year 2020-21. The number of farmers selling paddy is the highest this year. This year out of 21 lakh 52 thousand 475 farmers, 20 lakh 53 thousand 483 farmers have sold their paddy.
    After formation of new government in Chhattisgarh, the number of farmers selling paddy on support price, total registered acreage, area of ​​paddy sold, percentage of farmers selling paddy as well as the total amount of paddy sold also increased significantly. is. In the 20 years of state formation in the year 2020-21, this year Chhattisgarh has created a new record for purchasing more than 92 lakh metric tonnes of paddy.

If we look at the number of farmers who have sold paddy in the last 6 years, 11 lakh 5 thousand 556 farmers out of 13 lakh 17 thousand 583 registered farmers have sold their paddy in the year 2015-16, which is 83.9 percent of the total registered farmers. . Similarly, out of 14 lakh 51 thousand 88 farmers registered in 2016-17, 13 lakh 27 thousand 944 farmers sold paddy, the percentage of which is 91.5. Out of 15 lakh 77 thousand 332 farmers registered in the year 2017-18, 12 lakh 6 thousand 264 farmers sold paddy, which is 76.4 percent. Out of 16 lakh 96 thousand 765 farmers registered in the year 2018-19, 15 lakh 71 thousand 414 farmers sold paddy, which is 92.6 percent. Similarly, out of 19 lakh 55 thousand 544 farmers registered in the year 2019-20, 18 lakh 38 thousand 593 farmers have sold their paddy, which is 94.02 percent. Compared to these years, the percentage of farmers selling paddy in this year 2020-21 is 95.38, which is the highest ever since the creation of the state.
    Significantly, despite the adverse circumstances in the state, adequate arrangements were made for the purchase of paddy by the state government. The smooth availability of gunny bags was ensured through several alternative arrangements to overcome the shortage of gunny bags. Payments to farmers were continuous. In addition to custom milling, the lifting of paddy in the collection centers is also continuing. Paddy procurement has been done peacefully and smoothly in the state.
    Under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, Chhattisgarh has created a new record in paddy procurement. There has been a significant increase in the area of ​​farming and farming in the state in the last two years. Due to the farmer-friendly policies of the state government, the area of ​​registration of paddy cultivation has reached more than 27 lakh hectares and the number of registered farmers has reached 21 lakh 52 thousand. This too is a record in itself.
    There has also been a significant increase in the amount of registered area and total acquired paddy for the purchase of paddy at the support price in the last 6 years and in the year 2015-16, 21 lakh 26 thousand hectare area was registered and on the support price of 59 lakh metric tons of paddy Was purchased The area registered in the year 2016-17 was 23 lakh 42 thousand hectares and 69 lakh metric tonnes of paddy was purchased. The area registered in the year 2017-18 was 24 lakh 46 thousand hectares and 56 lakh metric tonnes of paddy was purchased. The area registered in the year 2018-19 was 25 lakh 60 thousand hectare and 80 lakh metric ton of paddy was purchased. The area registered in the year 2019-20 was 26 lakh 88 thousand hectares and 83 lakh metric tonnes of paddy was purchased.
    It is a sign of a happy future for the agricultural farming growing in the agrarian Chhattisgarh state. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel took the historic decision to waive off farmers, waive irrigation tax and buy paddy at Rs 2500 per quintal as soon as he took over the reins of power. With this, farming and farming got a support in the state. People started returning to agriculture. Under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, the farmers' enthusiasm doubled after getting 10 thousand rupees per acre of agricultural input assistance. Under this scheme, farmers of the state are being provided direct assistance of Rs. 5750 crore. The amount of three installments has also been transferred to the farmers' accounts and the fourth installment amount will be transferred by March.




Chhattisgarh Chief Minister writes to Union Food Minister Piyush Goel


Chhattisgarh Chief Minister writes to Union Food Minister Piyush Goel

CM requests to increase permission for 24 lakh metric tons of rice to 40 lakh metric tons in the Food Corporation of India in the interest of the farmers

Paddy being procured under MoU from Government of India: 90 lakh metric tonnes of paddy from 20.29 lakh farmers till 28 January

Paddy quality likely to be affected if paddy is kept in open for long period

If the permission is not given, approximately Rs. 2500 crore will be a financial loss to the state

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Union Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Minister Piyush Goyal and urged him to increase the permitted amount of 24 lakh metric tons of rice to be procured under the central pool in FCI to 40 lakh metric tons in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21as soon as possible, considering the interest of Chhattisgarh farmers.

The chief minister said that in the Kharif marketing season in Chhattisgarh, the paddy was procured at the minimum support price from the farmers as per the MoU with food department, government of India, under the decentralized procurement scheme for the procurement of paddy.

In the state in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21, as on 28 January 2021, under the decentralized procurement scheme, 90 lakh metric tonnes of paddy has been procured from 20.29 lakh farmers on the support price and paddy purchase will be done by 31 January 2021.

Registration of farmers for procurement of paddy on support price for Kharif marketing year 2020-21 in Chhattisgarh was done after physical verification of paddy field sown through Revenue Department and paddy was procured from registered farmers as above.  Paddy farming is the main source of livelihood for the people of Chhattisgarh. In the Naxal affected areas (LWE) in the state, registration of farmers holding forest rights has been done and the work of purchasing paddy has been done. Procurement of their produce from the farmers residing in forest areas will be helpful in eradicating the Naxal problem.

In the meeting of the Food Secretaries of the Government of India for the Kharif Marketing Year 2020-21, in-principle consent has been given to take 60 lakh metric tons of rice to the central pool for Chhattisgarh, due to which it is possible to resolve about 89 lakh metric tons of paddy currently acquired. But the Food Department has been allowed by the Government of India to take only 24 lakh metric tonnes of rice (16 lakh metric tons of unna and 8 lakh metric tons of arva) under the central pool in the Food Corporation of India in the Kharif year 2020-21. The state's PDS will require 20 lakh metric tons of rice and in addition to this, the stock of 3 lakh metric tons of rice will be kept by the Civil Supplies Corporation. In this way, it will be possible to dispose of 70.50 lakh metric tonnes of paddy from 47 lakh metric tonnes of rice which is being acquired. The state is estimated to have acquired around 93 rice rice in the Kharif year 2020-21.

Mr. Baghel has written in the letter that in the MoU, there is a directive to supply rice stock to the Food Corporation of India in addition to the requirement of PDS of the state out of the paddy acquired under clause 18 of the paddy, so the proportion of all surplus paddy remaining in addition to the state requirement by the Government of India under the said provisions. There is a request to take 40 lakh metric tonnes under the Central Pool in Food Corporation of India. He added that if the permission for the above is not given by the Government of India, then an economic loss of an amount of about Rs 2500 crores is likely, which the state government will have to bear, making the situation very worrying.

Mr. Baghel wrote that - 575.36 lakh metric tons of paddy has been procured by the Government of India till 20 January 2021 in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21, which is 466.22 lakh metric tons of paddy i.e. 23.41 percent more than during the same period in the Kharif marketing year 2019-20. In Chhattisgarh, the quantity of paddy acquired in Kharif marketing year 2020-21 is 90 lakh metric ton last year. The amount of paddy acquired in Kharif marketing year 2019-20 is 7.2 percent more than 83.94 lakh metric ton, so it is clear from the above that Kharif in Chhattisgarh region. The comparative increase of the quantity of paddy procured in the marketing year 2020-21, compared to the quantity of paddy acquired in the kharif marketing year 2019-20, is under the national average.

The Chief Minister has written that - in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21, the State Government has not announced any kind of bonus payment in addition to the minimum support price directly and indirectly. Earlier, the state government had sent information about the status of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana in the state to the Food Department, Government of India.

The Chhattisgarh government has not issued any press release regarding the bonus payment in addition to the minimum support price. After procurement on support price, the paddy is kept open in the procurement centers and collection centers. Paddy quality is likely to be affected if the paddy is kept in an open uncontrolled condition for a long period.

Mr. Baghel emphasized that sympathetically considering the above subject related to farmer interest, in the Kharif marketing year 2020-21, the state's PDS requires additional surplus rice to be procured under the Central Pool for 24 lakhs in Food Corporation of India Permission to acquire 40 lakh metric tonnes by increasing the amount of permission for metric tons of rice has been requested to be provided as soon as possible.




Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel writes letter to Union Aviation Minister Mr. Hardeep Singh Puri, requesting air connectivity from Bilaspur to Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata


Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel writes letter to Union Aviation Minister Mr. Hardeep Singh Puri, requesting air connectivity from Bilaspur to Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata

Mr. Baghel requests for affordable air services

Air connectivity should be provided from Bilaspur to metro cities under Udaan 4.1 Scheme in near future

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has written letter to Union Aviation Minister Mr. Hardeep Singh Puri requesting for permission to provide air connectivity from Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh to Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata under Regional Connectivity Scheme.

Chief Minister has requested for RCS connectivity facility from Bilaspur to metro cities under Udaan 4.1 Yojana in the near future.
Chief Minister stated in the letter that I would like to bring to your notice the issue of RCS connectivity of Bilaspur with metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata etc. Prominence of Nyaydhani Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh including its strategically important geographic location within the state and the region has already been amply highlighted in my earlier communication with you. I would like to dwell on the most desirable support from MOCA on this subject.

Mr. Baghel further stated in the letter that Bilaspur airport has just got upgraded to 3C VFR category. State Government has been striving hard for RCS connectivity of Bilaspur to the metros both directly and in stages, through several periodic correspondences and discussions at various levels. It is strongly urged to please look into this issue and promulgate necessary rules or concessions, if need be, to permit Bilaspur - metropolitan connectivity under RCS. I believe economic growth of this entire region and low cost air travel besides convenience of masses merits such consideration by MOCA.

In the end, Chief Minister assured Union Minister that the state would do everything on its part needed to achieve this aim. He stated that the Government has so far sanctioned Rs. 45.00 crore for development of Bilaspur airport out of which 21.00 crore have already been spent. To cater for any contingencies, Bilaspur airport has the potential and scope for future development as an alternate aerodrome to Raipur airport, presently the only one of its class in this entire region. I would solicit intervention of your good offices in facilitating RCS connectivity of Bilaspur with metros in forthcoming Udan 4.1 scheme due to be implemented shortly. The state is eagerly looking forward to your urgent enabling support on the subject” stated Chief Minister in the letter to Union Minister.




Chief Minister turned out to ask for donations on Lok Pherchera Punni of Mahadan: Shri Bhupesh Baghel sought donations by visiting shops and homes during Kanker stay


Chief Minister turned out to ask for donations on Lok Pherchera Punni of Mahadan: Shri Bhupesh Baghel sought donations by visiting shops and homes during Kanker stay

Chharchera Punni festival wishes to citizens

Chief Minister was weighed with paddy

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel sought donation of Chherchera Punni in Chhattisgarh's famous Lok Parva Chherchera Punni Parva tradition and went to the shops and houses of the main road in the old bus stand of district headquarters Kanker this morning. The women welcomed the Chief Minister by planting tilak and presented him rice, laddus, fruits. The Chief Minister was weighed with paddy on Chherchera festival. On this occasion, the Chief Minister congratulated all people for Chherchera festival and said that in the joy of new crop coming home, this festival of Mahadan is celebrated as Pherchera Punni Tihar on the full moon of Pausha month. The Chief Minister said that a group of children, youth, farmers, laborers and women on Chherchera Punni go door-to-door asking for donations of Chherchera Punni. The sense of equality emerges prominently in this festival. Rich and poor people go to each other's homes to ask for donations and the paddy, money and material collected in donations are used in creative works in villages.

      He said that there is a feeling of tradition of Mahadaan of Chherchera that the crop produced by the farmers works not only for it but also for the needy and needy people of the society, workers and birds. The Chief Minister said that despite many challenges this year, 89 lakh metric tonnes of paddy has been procured by the state government so far. This year a new record will be made for paddy purchase. The Chief Minister and the guests, while greeting the people, proclaimed 'Chherchera, Kothi Ke Paddy L'Herahera'. Minister in charge of Village Industries and Kanker District, Shri Guru Rudra Kumar, Industries Minister Mr. Kavasi Lakhma, Vidhan Sabha Deputy Speaker Mr. Manoj Mandavi, Parliamentary Secretaries Mr. Shishupal Sori, MLAs Mr. Mohan Markam and Mr. Santram Netam and Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Rajesh Tiwari were also present. Were.




Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, after getting acquaintance with the officers of the district, asked for efficient performance.


Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, after getting acquaintance with the officers of the district, asked for efficient performance.

Encouraged to participate for the development of Kanker district

During his stay in Kanker district, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today got acquainted with the officers of the district and asked him for his skill and encouraged him. The Chief Minister asked the administrative, police and departmental officials at the rest house Kanker about their family and family while discussing the family environment. He congratulated the officials of Chherchera Punni and encouraged them to do good work and said that Chherchera Punni teaches us to renounce our ego. The introduction started with Collector Mr. Chandan Kumar and Superintendent of Police Mr. MR Ahire, after which other officers gave their introduction and informed about the family.
        During this time, Minister in charge of Kanker district, Shri Guru Rudra Kumar, Parliamentary Secretary and MLA Shishupal Shorey, MLA Atagarh Anup Nag, Parliamentary Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, Commissioner Bastar Division Mr. GR Surendra, Inspector General of Police Mr. Sundararaj P., Police Deputy Inspector General Shri Vineet Khanna, Forest Officer Kanker Arvind PM, Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Panchayat Dr. Sanjay Kannauje and officers of the district administration were present.




Protection of civil rights provided by the Constitution is our responsibility: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


Protection of civil rights provided by the Constitution is our responsibility: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Largest of farmers, villagers and general public
 Our Constitution

We will face every challenge to provide justice to weaker sections

Farmers-workers-forest dependents-for local arts
Opened official treasury

Blessed to the scientists who discovered the corona vaccine: sought cooperation from the people of the country to make the vaccination campaign a success

Chief Minister addresses people of state after flag hoisting in Jagdalpur on Republic Day

Discussion of 'Chhattisgarh Model' across the country

Ram Vanagman tourism circuit will lead to local development and
Creating new means of livelihood

Nutrition security to 97 percent population of the state: 99 thousand children become malnutrition free

Electricity reached every year in 2 thousand habitats in two years

Most Paddy Procurement Record

Telecom tower and air services in Bastar
Usher in a new era

Chhattisgarh government ready to buy Nagarnar steel plant

Electricity reached 73 years after independence in Jhiram village

 

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel while addressing the people after flag hoisting at Lalbaug Maidan, Jagdalpur headquarters of Bastar division on the occasion of Republic Day, said that it is our responsibility to safeguard the rights of the country and the Constitution-provided civil rights. If any crisis arises on any section of society, then our government will stand with them like a rock.

    Our constitution is the biggest protector of farmers, villagers and general public, but if any new law comes in the way of this system then it is the responsibility of the state government to deal with such a challenge, which we fulfilled through Chhattisgarh Agricultural Produce Market (Amendment) Bill . I want to say once again today that we will always be ready to diagnose the obstacles that come in the way of the protection that the Constitution has given you, even if there is a struggle for it at any level.

    Our government has taken major steps in the last two years, especially in the interests and interests of the needy. Given the abundance of families living below the poverty line, he took up the challenge of bringing them at par with the national average. We are ready to face every challenge to fulfill the promise of providing justice to the economically weaker sections along with farmers, villagers, landless people.

Chief Minister remembered immortal martyrs, constitution makers and leaders of the country
    Chief Minister, on the auspicious occasion of the great national festival Republic Day, warmly greeted the people of the country and said that first of all, I salute Amar Shaheed Gandsingh, the hero of the Parlakot rebellion, who, before the first comprehensive revolution of 1857, independence in Chhattisgarh Had raised awareness His flame was carried forward by revolutionaries like Veer Gundadhur and Shaheed Veeranarayan Singh and then the whole Chhattisgarh became associated with the national movement. I salute the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, all the heroes of that era and the unsung soldiers of Bharatmata, who made it to the decisive battle with many immortal martyrs who turned the freedom fight into a passion. Our great constitution gave an opportunity to make Azad country its destiny, which was constituted by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, President of the Constituent Assembly and Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, Chairman of the Drafting Committee. Along with him, thinkers and legalists from different regions of the country had played a historical role as members of the Constituent Assembly and various committees, including our legalists from Chhattisgarh, today I salute them all. The biggest thing about our constitution is that it has been created and surrendered by the people of India.

Chhattisgarh is on the path of harmony and harmony

The Chief Minister said that today it is an opportunity for us to share the concerns of our Constitution makers, to discuss among themselves. To run the country on the basis of the constitution, respect the sentiments of the constitution makers and uphold the glorious traditions of our parliamentary democracy, it is also a great need at this time to take a firm resolve in this direction. I am very happy to say that our Chhattisgarh stood on the path of harmony and harmony in line with the hopes of our great freedom fighters and constitution makers, for which you all deserve congratulations. Brothers and sisters, our first priority is the Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes, majority of the regional and rural people, who need special attention to bring them closer to the developed places and people. When we meditate on the provisions of the Constitution, talk of equalization of opportunities, talk of justice, dignity of a person, then the faces of the same section are seen more in front of our eyes, which are basic facilities. Deprived of.

The state government took major steps in the rights and interests of BPL families
    Mr. Baghel said that our government has taken major steps in the last two years, especially in the interests and interests of these sections. Considering the abundance of families living below the poverty line and accepting the challenge of bringing them at par with the national average, we started the Poona Madakala Dantewada program, which will also form the basis of innovation for faster development in other such districts. Due to this campaign, malnutrition rate in Dantewada district decreased by 26 percent in 10 months. 500 acres of land were identified for small scale industries. New employment opportunities were created. 4 factories have been started by connecting local people, which will market the new brand of readymade apparel DANEX (Dantewada Next) nationally. In Lohandiguda, the tribals returned to the land and after 13 years in Jagargunda there was a return to schools. If the campaign of self-respect of the Mehrar Cho Man daughters was made, then Amcho Bastar was the new symbol of self-reliance. Chief Minister's Haat-Bazar Clinic schemes, malnutrition and malaria eradication also started from Bastar, which later became a vision and inspiration for the entire state.

Telecom tower and air services usher in a new era in Bastar
Electricity reached 73 years after independence in Jhiram village

    The Chief Minister said that Bijapur topped the countrywide nationwide delta ranking of aspiring districts. Kondagaon, Narayanpur and Sukma districts also built their own flag among other criteria of aspirational districts. We have more happiness in Bastarwasi than in Jeeram village after 73 years of independence. 400 kV in Bastar. Ranging from 132 kV. Such a very high pressure network was made, so that dual-triple power supply can be provided in Bastar. Similarly, solar energy created records to illuminate homes, hospitals, schools, ashrams, so that the power of electricity also became the power of tribal society. A new era of easy connectivity was also started by connecting Bastar with telecom towers and air services. In the name of forest produce for decades, Tendu Leaves collection was limited as a means of livelihood, we increased the collection remuneration from 2 thousand 500 rupees to 4 thousand per standard bag, in this work through the Martyr Mahendra Karma Tendupatta Collectors Social Security Scheme. Provided safety cover to the families engaged and security. Along with this, started the purchase of 52 minor forest produce from 7 on support price and stressed on the establishment of processing centers in Vananchal.

Decision to purchase paddy on support price from forest rights holders
        The Chief Minister said that due to the cancellation of forest rights claims, there was immense disappointment among the Scheduled Tribes and the traditional forest dwellers, by re-reviewing the revoked claims, we communicated hope in a big way by duly giving possession of the vast land. The new measures for giving Community Forest Charter and Community Forest Resource Letter were a big success. Now we have also decided to purchase paddy from forest rights lessees at support price. I believe that this initiative will have far-reaching impact in respect and self-respect of tribal society. I would like the tenant farmers to take full advantage of this initiative.
Ram Vanagman tourism circuit will lead to local development and
Creating new means of livelihood

    The Chief Minister said that the context related to Lord Rama's exile is a matter of public faith. The memory of Vanvasi Ram has been settled in the public mind of Chhattisgarh, but in the past, due to lack of appropriate measures for the development of the related themes and the famous sites, the glow of these sites was blurred. The Ram Vangaman tourism circuit that our government has taken to develop, will also create new means of local development and livelihood.

Bodhghat project will have an important contribution in the development of water resources
The Chief Minister said that the Bodhghat project will contribute to the strategy of development of water resources in the next 5 years by our government. This project will not only give new life to Indravati, the lifeline of Bastar, but will also create a new record in determining compensation and rehabilitation package. In this the consent and participation of the residents of the affected area will play a decisive role.

Respect for local leadership increased from development authorities
        The Chief Minister said that in order to give respect and authority to local leadership in tribal areas, we have also appointed Chairman and Vice President in Bastar, Surguja and Central Region Development Authorities with local representatives and gave them wide powers to take decisions for regional development. We have also set up 24 new tehsils of Gorela-Pendra-Marwahi district to take the services of the government to the public. Thus, in order to end regional imbalance and all round development of the state, Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes as well as areas which were hitherto neglected.

We will face every challenge to provide justice to the weaker sections:
Most Paddy Procurement Record

The Chief Minister said that we are ready to face every challenge to fulfill the promise of providing justice to farmers, villagers, landless and economically weaker sections. For our farmer brothers, sisters and their families, buying paddy at a support price is a great hope. The number of registered and paddy farmers has steadily increased in two years as an example of how many more families can be benefited by doing this work with great thought and orderly manner. About 15 lakh farmers had been registered before assuming our responsibility, whereas 21 lakh 52 thousand 485 farmers have been registered this year. At the same time, the registered area has also increased from 24 lakh 46 thousand to about 28 lakh hectare. Like the last 2 years, this time also we have created a new record for most paddy purchases. As part of a new initiative, more than 7 thousand paddy storage platforms have been constructed in villages to prevent the huge amount of paddy stored in the open from spoilage. We had started the 'Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana' to provide financial help to farmers taking 14 types of crops including paddy and promised Rs 5 thousand 700 crores to the farmers, in three installments, 80 percent of which has been paid is. 100% payment will also be made in this financial year. This scheme will also achieve the goal of crop diversification and economic empowerment of farmers.

Suraji village scheme opens new doors of innovation and employment in villages
    The Chief Minister said that about Rs 72 crore has been paid to the dung vendors at the government rate in 5 months through the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. A large number of landless, women and weaker sections have benefited from this scheme. The development of Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa, Bari under Suraji Gram Yojana has opened new doors of innovation and employment in villages. This is not only increasing the productivity of the land, development of water resources, production of fruits and vegetables, finding means to fight malnutrition in villages, large scale employment generation but also with vermi compost and cow dung Various artistic items are being produced, which will further ensure Chhattisgarh's large share in the large market for organic products. I am happy to say that a large number of women and young partners are associated with our schemes. From education to culture, from skills to employment, from talent testing to expansion, an atmosphere of new faith has been created. Extending the scope of free education to class 12th, Swami Atmanand English Medium School Scheme, Chhattisgarh Sports Development Authority, Chhattisgarh Culture Council, National Level Sports Academy, Free Sports Training Center, two new universities, dozens of new colleges, Chief Minister Skill Upgradation Scheme, new Measures such as the guide line have given new dreams to the eyes of the youth. At the same time, new colors of success in dreams are being filled with participation, jobs and employment opportunities at the national level. In the construction work done at the block level by various departments, 'E-Class Integrated Registration' has been made to allot work to the youth unemployed at a time of Rs 20 lakhs and up to a maximum of Rs 50 lakhs in a year. Under the scheme, participation of graduates from general areas and higher secondary pass in scheduled areas has also been ensured. Apart from this, a separate tender process has been arranged for unemployed degree holders and diploma holders engineers and masons in another scheme. Similarly, the Innovative Incentive Scheme has been launched to link innovations of youth and institutions in various fields with recognition, market and entrepreneurship development opportunities. Under this, facilities for grant for innovation, prototype development, registration as intellectual property etc. will be made available.

Electricity reached every year in 2 thousand habitats in two years
    The Chief Minister said that our new generation is coming forward with renewed vigor and new readiness to assume responsibility of building Nava Chhattisgarh. We accelerated the development of infrastructure with new thinking so that its benefits can be met in the area of ​​real needs as soon as possible. For example, in the last 18 years, on an average, electricity was supplied to 1 thousand 300 majra-tolas every year, whereas in two years, on an average we got electricity from the grid every year in 2 thousand settlements. Apart from this, houses were illuminated with solar energy where it is not available. Similarly, in two years, work of energizing, sub-stations, line expansion etc. of 63 thousand irrigation pumps was also done at a relatively fast pace. PLF of our thermal power stations this year due to efficient management. The highest level in the country has also crossed 70 percent. In this way, on the one hand, major achievements of power development have come to the state's account, then its benefits have also been given to the general public. So far, over 38 lakh consumers have been given relief of Rs 1, 336 crore under the 'Half Electricity Bill Scheme'.

        The Chief Minister said that we have also done water resources development with practical thinking, due to which farmers are getting the most benefit of actual irrigation. On the one hand, while doubling irrigation capacity in 5 years, the old schemes are being completed quickly, on the other hand 15 new large irrigation projects are being taken forward. A new water resources policy is being prepared to give high priority to water resources development in the state and to take meaningful initiatives on overall aspects. We are constructing such a road by making a clear strategy, wherein instead of artificial decoration, quality, utility and access to more and more people should be the priority. In this way, through the Jawahar Setu Yojana, 'Mukhyamantri Sugam Sadak Yojana', Mukhyamantri Gram Sadak Yojana and Vikas Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Sadak Yojana, hundreds of culverts and more than 4 thousand kilometers of roads are being built.

Record of highest employment in the country made under MNREGA: Chhattisgarh topped the national level in implementation of schemes
        The Chief Minister said that under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, not only has it created a record of providing maximum employment in the country, but through its convergence, many innovations are being made, including construction of Anganwadi centers. Construction of about 5 thousand Gothanas has been completed and about 43 thousand vermicompost tanks have been made in Gothanas. About 3 thousand pastures have been developed. Chhattisgarh topped the national level in the implementation of several national schemes like Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Swachh Bharat Mission, establishment of biogas plants, development of ODF plus panchayats.

Strategy to take healthcare to home
    Mr. Baghel said that in Chhattisgarh, we also saw the development of health facilities in the form of infrastructure development in which access has a greater role. In this way, we adopted the strategy of working longer hours in existing health centers, raising more facilities and providing necessary facilities for more patients. Our preparation made it possible to provide relief and treatment to people during the Corona crisis. Keeping in mind the special needs of Corona, it became possible to upgrade hospitals and expand services promptly. In the socio-economic conditions of the state, there was also a big problem of patients not getting to the hospital on time, for which we adopted a strategy to reach the communities and people's homes. In this way, the expansion of Mukhyamantri Haat-Bazar Clinic Scheme, urban slum health scheme, Dai-Didi mobile clinic scheme, Minimata Diagnostic Center scheme etc. in the forms of investigation and treatment facilities reached the people and every household.

From Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Scheme and Chief Minister's Special Health Scheme
Patients got new life

    The Chief Minister said that by removing the public funds and patients from the schemes of insurance schemes, we started Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Scheme and Mukhyamantri Special Health Scheme, in this way free treatment from common diseases to rare diseases was arranged and many Patients got new life with free treatment facility up to 20 lakh rupees. Our initiative has also been appreciated at the national level. The result of the strategic success of the malaria-free Bastar campaign is 65 percent malaria control in a year. Now in the same way, Sarguja and the entire Chhattisgarh will also be made malaria free by intensive campaign.

Nutrition security to 97 percent population of the state: 99 thousand children become malnutrition free
    The Chief Minister said that there is a deep connection of health with nutrition. We have provided nutritional security to 97 percent population of the state by implementing universal PDS scheme. Under the Chief Minister's Nutrition Scheme, 99 thousand children are malnutrition free and 20 thousand women are anemia free is a major achievement. Community participation and the use of funds such as DMF have played a major role in this. The new guide line that we have issued for the use of DMF, which has helped in education, nutrition, employment and rehabilitation, is also a symbol of our thinking and right direction.
Discussion of 'Chhattisgarh Model' across the country

Farmers-workers-forest dependents-government treasury opened for local arts
    The Chief Minister said that there is a lot of discussion about 'Chhattisgarh Model' outside the state. It is well known that we got a huge mandate but our government had inherited an empty treasure. People were waiting for justice, so far-reaching developmental steps had to be taken with immediate relief. We have countered this situation by Gandhi-Nehru-Shastri-Patel-Azad-Dr. From the ideological heritage of mystics like Ambedkar. Simplicity, simplicity, public trust and respect for the resources of the state and made the value addition the core. Farmers-workmen-forest dependents-opened up government treasury for local arts. Opened a box of relief for people with weak financial condition. In this way, from the village to the city, the wheel of economic activities stopped. When the money arrived in the villages and homes, the brightness of the markets returned and other regions also saw its brightness. In this period, our mothers and sisters with endurance, courage and creativity contributed to Gothan, self-help groups, Bihan groups by making dung artworks, masks, sanitizers and other items, to the extent that they are appreciated. is less. Even during the Corona epidemic and lockdown, the wheel of production and development continued in Chhattisgarh.

Blessed to the scientists who discovered the corona vaccine: sought cooperation from the people of the country to make the vaccination campaign a success

    The Chief Minister said that all of you not only handled yourself during the Corona crisis, handled the people who came in contact with you, but also took care of the state. Millions of migrant laborers returned home safely and successfully. He got an opportunity to start his new life in Aanchal in Chhattisgarh Mahtari. While saluting the great scientists who discovered the corona vaccine, I request all the people to cooperate in making the vaccination campaign a success. The success of Chhattisgarh model of development assures that the coming tomorrow will not be challenges but opportunities that will write new expressions of your prosperity. I think that there can be no better opportunity than Republic Day to give you a piety. I promise that our various steps taken for the welfare of the workers and laborers of Chhattisgarh will lead to new steps for betterment.
Investment of 43 thousand crores in new industries: 64 thousand people will get employment

    The Chief Minister said that our policy initiatives and good behavior of all of you has created a positive environment of investment in the state, due to which investment of 43 thousand crore rupees for the establishment of new industries in the last two years and to provide employment to 64 thousand people The situation has been created. Our state has emerged as the most preferred state of investors in the country. We have made attractive provisions for investment in many innovative areas. Sarodha-Dadar, Satarenga, Ram Vanagman Circuit, Sirpur Buddhist Tourist Circuit etc. are coming out as an attempt to shape our thinking, which will also give a new identity to Chhattisgarh.
Initiative to provide justice to victims of chit fund companies

    The Chief Minister said that in the past, we have also taken the initiative to bring justice to the victims of the injustice done to the public to invest the money and sweat in chit fund companies, under which cases were registered against 163 chit fund companies And 647 office bearers of such companies were arrested. It has also succeeded in returning a partial amount of Rs 10 crore to the investors of half a dozen districts, carrying out the complex proceedings of confiscation and attachment of the property of the defaulting companies.
Trust, security and development strategy reduce Naxalite incidents

    Many welfare measures have been taken for the people of the state while respecting the important role of the security forces in giving them confidence of safety. Our confidence, security and development strategy has resulted in reduction of Naxalite incidents and other criminal incidents.
Chhattisgarh government ready to buy Nagarnar steel plant

    Public enterprises were the backbone of India's economy. Ironically, efforts are being made to weaken the spinal cord. We have taken a government resolution on the platform of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly that the Government of Chhattisgarh is ready to buy this plant if it tries to sell the Nagarnar Steel Plant being built in Bastar in private hands. Today, on the occasion of Republic Day, I repeat this pledge in front of all of you. In this way, we are committed to protect your water-forest-land as well as your resources and opportunities. I wish that all of you with all your dedication and dedication to move forward towards your set goals. Participate fully in the various schemes of our government. Today, we all have to form a new Chhattisgarh.




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