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Raipur: Any person from another state who is staying in Chhattisgarh is our guest: Shri Bhupesh Baghel


Raipur: Any person from another state who is staying in Chhattisgarh is our guest: Shri Bhupesh Baghel

Corona Lockdown: Chief Minister visits the shelter site, talks to the needy people

  Corona Relief Camp- A shelter home has been established for those needy people from different parts of the country who are stranded in Raipur due to Corona virus

  205 people from 12 states and 17 districts are getting shelter, food, stay, medical and other necessary facilities

 

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today visited the relief camp at Labhandi in Raipur today and observed the arrangements made there for the needy and destitute people during the lockdown.  Talking to the people who are staying there, Chief Minister said that any person from another state who is staying in Chhattisgarh at this time is our guest.There is no need to worry. We will fulfill all the necessities of such people.

Corona Relief Camp - shelter site has been set up by the Raipur District Administration for those needy people from different parts of the country, who are stranded in Raipur in the event of lock down due to Corona virus.  In this camp, 205 people from 12 states and 17 districts have been provided shelter, food and other facilities.

Chief Minister Shri Baghel met every person who is staying at the relief camp. Interacting with them, Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that you all are guest of our state and nobody would face any kind of problem here.   Shri Bhupesh Baghel asked them to feel relaxed and also to inform their family memebers about their wellbeing.

 Interacting with Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, Shri Baldev Rana of Jharkhand said that he along with his companions was returning from Maharashtra.  
Shri Ram Nath Sharma of Deoria of Uttar Pradesh was wandering in Chhattisgarh in search of a job.  Ramdas Tyagi, a hermit from Pipariya in Madhya Pradesh, was here since the Rajim Mela. Shri Gautam of Maharashtra was working as a labourer.  Srikanth of Gondia was stranded here due to being in the transport job. Shri Ramu from Haryana came here alongwith two women members and two children of his family.   People taking shelter here told that they are getting necessary facilities including food and medicines.

Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that he has spoken to the Chief Ministers of various states including Jharkhand and assured that the people of their states will feel relaxed and face no problem in Chhattisgarh.  He has also urged the Chief ministers of other states to extend all possible support to workers and citizens of Chhattisgarh in the event of their being trapped in other states. He also said that similar shelter camps have been set up in all the districts of the state.

Senior officers of the district, voluntary organizations and local councillors were also present during the visit of Chief Minister. Chief Minister expressed gratitude and praised the day-to-night service done by them in this noble and humanitarian work.

  It is noteworthy that as part of its campaign to protect the citizens from the Corona virus, the District administration, acting on the instructions of Dr. S. Bharatidasan, Collector of Raipur District, has provided shelter to these needy, labourers, destitute people in the separate flats of multi-storeyed buildings of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana located in  Labhandi. This humanitarian work has been done jointly by the team lead by Superintendent of Police Shri Arif Sheikh, Municipal Corporation Commissioner Shri Saurabh Kumar and   CEO Zila Panchayat Shri Gaurav Kumar Singh.  Several other departments including  Women and Child Development, Forest, Health, Food, Raipur Smart City also cotributed in the teamwork.

  Under the leadership of Zila Panchayat CEO Dr. Gaurav Kumar Singh, the team of officers reached  the railway station area with three buses late in the evening, daybefore yesterday, in search of such people, on the basis of information about getting most food demand in a region from the food control cell established in Raipur Smart City Office.

A team of women officers took 75 such destitute persons including women, children, old people, Divyang, and shifted them to the newly constructed building under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana in Labhandi.  All the necessary preparations had already been done by the district administration in this Municipal Corporation building. With the help of many social organizations of the city., mportant items including carpets, blankets, sheets, buckets, mug, soap, paste, brushes and arrangements of other necessary articles had already been made.

  Raipur district administration also made adequate arrangements for milk to ensure that there are no inconveniences to the young children accommodated here.  The district administration has given the responsibility of looking after the essential facilities to the needy recipients of these shelters to the Samarth Charitable and We the People Volunteer Organization, which are taking care of their facilities by staying with them for 24 hours.  The needy people are being given all possible help by maintaining social distance in the shelter.

 27  people from Madhya Pradesh and 19 from Jharkhand state are staying in the shelter homes. 121 people are from Chhattisgarh including 18 people from Balodabazar, 13 from Durg and 40 from Raipur district.




Raipur: Another big decision of Chhattisgarh government in times of crisis: forgiveness of tax, interest and penalty of 331 crores owed to bus-truck operators at the initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel.


Raipur: Another big decision of Chhattisgarh government in times of crisis: forgiveness of tax, interest and penalty of 331 crores owed to bus-truck operators at the initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel.

Cabinet approves the proposal of Transport Minister Mr. Akbar

 

It has been decided by the Transport Department to completely waive the outstanding tax penalty and interest by 31 March 2013, in view of the applicable lockdown and future business situation across the country. Under this important decision, bus and truck operators will benefit about Rs 221 crore. For this, a penalty of Rs 110 crore is being waived out of the amount due to the government from the year 2013 to 2018 to the bus-truck operators under a lump sum disposal scheme operated by the state government. In this way, a total amount of Rs 331 crore is being waived by the Transport Department to the vehicle owners.

    The proposal to this effect was proposed by the Minister of Transport and Forests Mr. Mohammad Akbar in a cabinet meeting held on March 24 under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, a proposal sympathetically considered by the Chief Minister Mr. Baghel keeping in mind the interest of bus-truck operators. While doing so, consent was readily agreed with the Cabinet. This important proposal and the decision taken by the cabinet in the cabinet meeting was described as a commendable step to provide relief in the field of transport business of the state. This relief-critical decision of the Chhattisgarh government will benefit the bus and truck operators in times of crisis in the state.
        Transport Minister Mr. Akbar said that during April 1, 2013 to December 31, 2018, the bus and truck operators also paid the amount of tax and interest thereon from April 1 to September 30, 2020 and took advantage of One-Time Settlement Scheme. can go. In this, penalty can be obtained only after payment of tax and interest by the vehicle owner. If the arrears are not paid by the owner of the vehicle to the government during the plan period, then after the completion of the plan, the transportation department will take action to recover the entire outstanding amount including tax, penalty and interest. In view of this, Transport Minister Mr. Akbar has appealed to all the outstanding vehicle owners to take maximum benefit of One-Time Settlement Scheme.

    Transport Minister Mr. Akbar also informed that by March 31, 2013, the Department of Transport is taking initiative to waive outstanding tax, penalty and interest. Truck operators have to pay quarterly and bus operators monthly tax. The penalty levied on tax becomes equal to the amount of tax in a period of one year. Along with that, after six months, interest has to be paid at the rate of 20 percent. The Department of Transport has decided to completely waive the outstanding tax penalty and interest by 31 March 2013, in view of the applicable lockdown and future business conditions across the country to prevent infection of the corona virus. This decision, taken at the initiative of Transport Minister Mr. Akbar, will be of great relief for transporters and vehicle owners. This decision will certainly prove to be important in getting rid of the ill effects presently caused by Corona.




Raipur: Relief to 6 thousand 937 workers of Chhattisgarh stranded in other states on the initiative of the Chief Minister: stay in shelter sites, food, medical and other facilities


Raipur: Relief to 6 thousand 937 workers of Chhattisgarh stranded in other states on the initiative of the Chief Minister: stay in shelter sites, food, medical and other facilities

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has done a commendable job by solving the problems of workers trapped in various states and institutions of various states of the country and in the state of lockdown due to Corona virus epidemic. It is noteworthy that as on 31 March, about 6 thousand 937 workers were stranded in various states due to the lockdown announced for prevention of corona virus infection.
Constant efforts are being made under the guidance of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel to ensure proper living and lodging arrangements for the trapped laborers in many states. For workers in distress, contact with factory managers, contractors and regular facilities are being made in the factories and lodging facilities. The efforts of the state government are praiseworthy and critical. Under the guidance of the State Nodal Officer and Labor Secretary under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, in the current adverse situation, while taking appropriate decisions in the interest of the citizens of the state, efforts are being made to control the infection of corona virus. In the event of a lockdown on the appeal of Mr. Baghel, the spontaneous adherence to the instructions issued by the state government by ordinary citizens is also worthy of praise.
The state government identified about 6 thousand 934 laborers of Chhattisgarh stranded in different states of the country through various means and arranged food, stay etc. for them. It is noteworthy that workers of 22 districts of Chhattisgarh have been reported to be trapped in 20 other states, 2 thousand 98 in Maharashtra, 2 thousand 679 in Uttar Pradesh, one thousand 363 in Jammu, one thousand 743 in Telangana, one thousand 447 in Gujarat. , 551 in Karnataka, 187 workers in Andhra Pradesh were identified, provided food, lodging and other essential goods. Similarly, 143 necessary arrangements were made in Punjab, 226 in Odisha, 346 in Madhya Pradesh, 167 laborers who were stranded due to lockdown and all necessary arrangements were made in coordination with local authorities. According to the information received from the department, the maximum number of stranded in the lockdown is 2 thousand 902 in Mungeli district of Chhattisgarh, 2 thousand 857 of Kabirdham, one thousand 114 of Rajnandgaon, one thousand 57 of Janjgir-Champa, 895 of Balodabazar, 659 of Bemetra, Raigarh. 457, 455 from Bilaspur, 209 from Balrampur, 205 from Mahasamund and 188 workers of Korba district are stranded.
11 thousand 584 workers under the guidance of the State Nodal Officer and Labor Secretary to provide immediate assistance to the needy and needy workers and workers of the State Government. And officers of other states and related employers by district administration officials Coordination of Consumers and related workers Mine has went to make arrangements for feeding and housing.




Raipur: Distribution of ration and essential goods to one thousand laborers of Chhattisgarh stranded in Jammu and Kashmir at the initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel


Raipur: Distribution of ration and essential goods to one thousand laborers of Chhattisgarh stranded in Jammu and Kashmir at the initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel

Arrangements for their stay and food

On the initiative of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, quick implementation has started for the assistance of one thousand laborers of Chhattisgarh due to lockdown in Jammu and Kashmir. The distribution of ration materials and other essential goods has started to these workers today.

It is noteworthy that Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel had received information about these laborers trapped in Jammu and Kashmir. He immediately directed the Secretary of Labor Department Mr. Sonamani Bora to make necessary arrangements for these laborers.

On which Mr. Bora, Secretary, Labor Department, Mr. B.V.R., Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir. Talking to Subramaniam, requested all necessary arrangements for these workers of Chhattisgarh. On which the Jammu and Kashmir administration has ensured the necessary arrangements including lodging and food of these 1000 trapped laborers of Chhattisgarh.

 




Raipur : Chief Minister speaks to people to understand their state during lockdown


Raipur : Chief Minister speaks to people to understand their state during lockdown

No one in rural areas should have to remain hungry : State Government is standing strong with people, ready to provide every possible assistance

 

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today spoke to people of various sections of society and personally asked them about their grievances and problems due to lockdown. Chief Minister called them from his residence phone. He said that State Government is making consistent efforts to support people in every possible manner. Chief Minister spoke to farmers, labourers, nurses, villagers, sanitation workers, vegetable vendors, aanganbadi workers and women sarpanch of various districts of the state.
Ration being delivered at doorstep of people in Jujgu Gram Panchayat
Chief Minister asked women Sarpanch of Jujgu Gram Panchayat in Jashpur district Mrs. Kunti Banwasi if the distribution of ration from fair price shops has started in the gram panchayat. Mrs. Kunti informed that the distribution of two-month ration stock has already started. It is being delivered at the doorstep of beneficiaries. Chief Minister lauded her efforts and asked her to be cautious during distribution to avoid crowding. Chief Minister also enquired about the distribution of nutritious meals to children enrolled in aanganbadis and midday meals to children enrolled in schools. Chief Minister directed the Sarpanch to ensure that no one has to sleep hungry in the village. Mrs. Kunti informed that there are three people in village, who could not get their ration cards issued. Chief Minister gave instructions to provide two quintal rice that is stored in Gram Panchayat to such people. He further added that in case the stock of rice is over, officials can be contacted for sanction of additional consignment of rice.  Mr. Baghel asked her to be particular about cleaning works in the villages. In case, corona infection is reported in any village, concerned senior officials should be immediately informed. Mr. Baghel also took information about farming work and status of milk production. Mrs. Kunti invited Chief Minister to Gram Panchayat Jujgu.
Mechanic Ashok of Bhilai received phone call from Chief Minister
*Government stands with public in this time of crisis, every possible step will be taken to save people from inconvenience, says Chief Minister’
Feeling reassured after talking to Chief Minister, says Ashok
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today called Mr. Ashok Katane, who runs a cycle and puncture repair shop in Bhilai-3. Chief Minister told Ashok that in this time of crisis, he is personally calling on phone people of various sections of society to enquire about their well-being. Under current circumstances, government is taking every possible step to help people overcome this crisis. Chief Minister said that he is speaking to people directly to get to know about what kind of benefits they are receiving from aforementioned steps.
Mr. Ashok told Chief Minister that soon after declaration of lockdown, municipal officers met him and asked him to stay at home and inform if he has shortage of food. Municipal corporation is making arrangements and also taking support of NGOs to ensure necessary aid to the people in need. Ashok told Chief Minister that State Government has allotted rice stock of two months from fair price shops, which he would collect tomorrow. Ashok further told that Administration is providing support through NGOs as well and ensuring distribution of ration and lunch packets. Everyone is assured that with such commendable arrangements, lockdown will cause any problems. Chief Minister said that Government will provide every possible support. He added that he is speaking to people personally on call to console and assure people. Ashok said that he felt happy and reassured after receiving call from Head of the State.

Chief Minister spoke to Churi Tikra aanganbadi worker of Dantewada
* Took information about nutritious meal distribution*
Aanganbadi workers delivering nutritious food at the doorstep of beneficiaries and creating awareness about prevention of corona virus
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today called Mrs. Sheela Devi aanganbadi worker of Churi Tikra in Dantewada district, to enquire about the children of aanganbadi. Mrs. Sheela was happy to receive call from Chief Minister. Chief Minister asked her about distribution of food to children, while aanganbadi centers are closed Mrs. Sheela informed that they are going door-to-door to deliver nutritious meal to children. Nutrition level of children is satisfactory.
Mr. Baghel also asked her about duties of aanganbadi workers. Mrs. Sheela informed that they are educating people on measures to be taken to prevent corona infection, which includes handwashing, maintaining physical distance upto 3 fts. Chief Minister appreciated their efforts, saying that prevention is better than cure. Mr. Baghel advised Mrs. Sheela to be safe and be cautious of her family’s safety as well, alongside of her duties. Chief Minister asked Sheela about the works people of the village are engaging in these days. Mrs. Sheela told that people stay at home and come out only when necessary.

Chief Minister calls Labourer Yusuf Khan on his mobile phone
Mr. Baghel asked him about the arrangements of food and shelter for labourers of various states in Bilaspur  
Labourer Mr. Khan thanked Chief Minister for all the arrangements
Chief Minister today called labourer Mr. Yusuf Khan, who is currently staying at Triveni Bhavan of Bilaspur. Chief Minister asked Yusuf Khan about the food, water, accommodation and other facilities. Mr. Yusuf Khan informed that District Administration and Municipal Corporation has made all the arrangement and there is no problem as such. They are provided breakfast, lunch, dinner along with evening tea. Medical facilities are also provided as per the requirement. Yusuf Khan expressed his desire to go to his village, in response to which Chief Minister assured him that after the lockdown period is over, arrangements would be made to send him to his village. Yusuf Khan Thanked Chief Minister for the arrangements made in Chhattisgarh for labourers like him.
Mr. Yusuf Khan is from West Bengal. He is a construction worker. He had gone to Kerala for work. But when he was on the way back to West Bengal, he got stranded in Bilaspur station as no trains were available for further journey because of the nation-wide lockdown declared. On instructions of Chief Minister, Bilaspur District Administration has made arrangements for labourers at Triveni Bhavan in Vyapar Vihaar area of Bilaspur. There, 50 labourers from West Bengal, Seven from Assam, three from Bihar, one from Jharkhan and 1 from Uttar Pradesh and two labourers from Madhya Pradesh are staying.

Chief Minister talked to vegetable seller of Korba on phone
People should get vegetables at fair price in this time of crisis
With better supply of vegetables, prices have dropped
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel spoke to vegetable sellor of Korba on phone call, and enquired about the prices at which vegetables are being sold in the market and the price at which vegetables are being procured from farmers. Mr. Baghel call Mr. Gorelal Chandra, vegetable seller, from his residence and asked him whether the farmers are getting fair prices of their vegetables or not. He also asked if the rates of vegetables have been hiked inappropriately in the market. Mr. Gorelal informed Chief Minister that farmers are receiving fair price of their crops. During the initial period of lockdown, rates of vegetables were hiked, but as soon as the transportation of vegetables from rural areas began, the prices have dropped to normal. There has been nominal increase in price of Rs 2-4. Mr. Baghel told him that people should get vegetables at right prices during this time of crisis. He also directed him to ensure that people do not crowd near shops, and rather maintain physical distance of atleast one metre.
Chief Minister asks farmers about his well-being
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel called farmers and asked them about the problems they are facing during lockdown. He spoke to Farmer Mr. Nikhil Thawait of Khokhra village of Janjgir Champa on phone and asked him about the status of farming in his village. Mr. Thawait informed that they have discontinued farming work after lockdown. They have cultivated vegetables in their farms. Chief Minister asked him if he is facing any problem in selling the vegetables, to which Mr. Thawait responded saying no. He told that with the help of few labourers, he manages to do vegetable farming, while practicing physical distance. Chief Minister told him to be patient during this time and assured that Government is taking all kinds of steps to support them.
Chief Minister talks to ANM on call, enquires about corona public awareness
Chief Minister today spoke to ANM of Gogaon primary health centre of Raipur district Mrs. Poonam Verma and took information about the preventive measures taken and arrangements made in hospitals in the wake of corona virus pandemic.
Mr. Bhupesh Baghel asked about the number of patients coming to hospital, public awareness about corona virus infection, safety measures taken for prevention of the infection etc. In response to which, Mrs. Verma told that daily about 30-40 patients come to hospital complaining of normal cold and fever. She told that patients are taking all the necessary preventive measures, right from wearing masks to practicing physical distancing. Chief Minister told Mrs. Verma that she is doing an extremely important work, hence her safety is equally important. Chief Minister told her to be safe and ensure safety of her family as well by following the guidelines. Mrs. Verma assured Chief Minister them she is practicing proper safety measures to ensure well-being of her and her family. Mr. Baghel congratulated Mrs. Verma for proper  hospital management, safety arrangements and public awareness drives.

 
 



Raipur: Senior Security Advisor of the Central Government to Mr. K. Baghel from Chief Minister. Vijaykumar met: Discussion on various issues including Naxalites


Raipur: Senior Security Advisor of the Central Government to Mr. K. Baghel from Chief Minister. Vijaykumar met: Discussion on various issues including Naxalites

Senior officials of BJP and CRPF were present

From Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today, in his residence office, Senior Security Advisor of the Central Government Mr. K.K. Vijay Kumar met. During this, various issues including Naxalites were discussed in Chhattisgarh.
       On this occasion, Director General of Police Shri DM Awasthi, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu, ADG Mr. Ashok Juneja and senior officers of CRPF were present.




Raipur : Chhattisgarh Government's big decision: Students from class 1st to 8th and students of class 9th and 11th got general promotion : Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel granted permission to School Education Department


Raipur : Chhattisgarh Government's big decision: Students from class 1st to 8th and students of class 9th and 11th got general promotion : Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel granted permission to School Education Department

Taking a major decision as part of measures to prevent infection of corona virus (Covid-19), Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has  decided to give general promotion to the students from Class I to VIII and students of class 9th and class 11th
in the education session 2019-20. Chief Minister Shri Baghel has given  permission for it to Director Public Education.

 It is noteworthy that to control the infection of Novel Corona virus in the state, the examinations of High School and Higher Secondary School were also postponed by the state government and all schools were closed from 19 March.  After this, the entire Chhattisgarh state was locked down from 20 March.  

After that, The Central Government locked down the entire nation from 24 March to 14 April. As the  schools remains closed for such a long time, the examinations conducted locally in the schools from class I to class VIII as well as class IX and class XI could not be conducted.  It does not seems possible to conduct the examination in the near future. Considering these factors, the state government has decided to give general promotion to the students studying from Class I to VIII as well as Class IX and XI.




Raipur : Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel connects with his people to access ground situation : CM gives strength to his people in fight against coronavirus


Raipur : Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel connects with his people to access ground situation : CM gives strength to his people in fight against coronavirus

Reaches out to all sections of society over phone during lockdown

Gives assurance that no one will sleep hungry in villages

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is standing with the people of the state at this tough time like a true leader. The chief minister tried to feel the pulse of his people by connecting with over phone from his residence in Raipur and ascertain the problems faced by them during the ongoing lockdown.
Mr Baghel today reached out to the people belonging to various strata of the society and tried to take stock of preparedness and access the real situation on ground.
During telephonic conversation with farmer, labourer, nurse, sanitation worker, villager, vegetable shopkeeper, anganwadi worker and woman sarpanch of various districts of the state, the chief minister tried to give strength to them by assuring that the state government is taking efforts to provide all possible assistance to them at this time of crisis.
Speaking to ANM Poonam Verma posted at Gogaon Primary Health Center in Raipur district, the Chief Minister inquired about the arrangements being made in the hospital and precautions being taken by them. Mrs. Verma said that she has become more enthusiastic towards performing her duties after speaking to the head of the state and knowing his concern towards the health of his people. She assured the chief minister that the entire staff will discharge their duties with full sincerity and honesty and serve the country, society and humanity.
Mr Baghel also spoke to Yusuf Khan, a labourer from West Bengal, who got stranded in Bilaspur due to lockdown. On being inquired about the facilities being provided to him, Khan replied that the district administration and the municipal corporation have made all arrangements regarding his food, water and shelter. He also thanked the chief minister for the arrangement.
The labourer also expressed his desire to go to his home village. On this, the Chief Minister assured him that arrangements will be made to send him immediately after the lockdown ends.
The chief minister also spoke to another labourer from Bhilai, Ashok Katane, and inquired about how they were getting the benefits of steps being taken by the state government during this tough time. Katane, who repairs deflated tyres, said that the administration and volunteers from various self-help groups have been helping those in need and providing rations and lunch packets.
He added that a call from the chief minister himself has given him the strength to fight during this hard time.
Mr Baghel called up an anganwadi worker, Smt. Sheela Devi, who works in Dantewada district, and sought information regarding the condition of children of Anganwadis. She informed the chief minister that children have been getting their nutrition as they are distributing nutritious food to each child by visiting the house. The Chief Minister appreciated them and said that people should also be informed about the safety from coronavirus.
The Chief Minister spoke to Kunti Banwasi, the female sarpanch of Jajgu gram panchayat in Jashpur district, and inquired whether she has been getting ration from the fair price shop in her gram panchayat. Mrs Kunti informed him that distribution of ration in advance for two months has started.
The Chief Minister appreciated her efforts and asked her to avoid gathering of too much people for collecting ration and also ensure social distancing. The Chief Minister asked the sarpanch to make sure that no one in the village sleep hungry. He said that the government stands with the people and will provide all possible help.
While speaking to Nikhil Thawait, a farmer from Janjgir-Champa, the chief minister inquired about his farming and the condition of the village. Thawait informed him that the gram panchayat is giving ration. The district administration is helping those in need and providing all assistance. The Chief Minister asked him to work in the fields by maintaining social distance. He consoled the farmer and asked him to keep restrain as the government is with them and will help them.




Raipur: Chhattisgarh government released 3.80 crore rupees to help workers in distress


Raipur: Chhattisgarh government released 3.80 crore rupees to help workers in distress

On the instructions of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, Chhattisgarh Building and other construction workers welfare board released funds for all districts

The board gave funds for food, lodging, medical, transportation and other facilities to the needy and needy registered workers.

On the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, an amount of Rs. 3 crore 80 lakh has been released by the Labor Department of the state government to help the distressed and needy laborers. This amount has been released to all the districts of the state by Chhattisgarh Bhavan and other construction workers welfare board.
    Use of this amount in circumstances arising out of Novel Corona Virus (Kovid-19), immediate assistance to the distressed and needy registered workers of Chhattisgarh Bhawan and other construction workers welfare board like their food, temporary accommodation, medical, transport, accident etc. I will be able to provide them the facility as required.
      In the amount released by the board, Rs 20 lakh has been released to the Assistant Labor Commissioner of Raipur, Baloda-Bazar, Bilaspur, Mahasamund, Korba, Janjgir-Champa, Raigad, Bastar, Sarguja, Durg and Rajnandgaon. Similarly, an amount of Rs 10 lakh has been released to the labor officials of Gariaband, Dhamtari, Mungeli, Kondagaon, Kanker, Dantewada, Sukma, Narayanpur, Bijapur, Surajpur, Balrampur, Korea, Jashpur, Balod, Bemetra and Kawardha.




Raipur: On the initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, arrangements for lodging and food for one thousand laborers of Chhattisgarh stuck in Jammu and Kashmir


Raipur: On the initiative of Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, arrangements for lodging and food for one thousand laborers of Chhattisgarh stuck in Jammu and Kashmir

Due to the initiative of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, necessary arrangements, including stay and food, of one thousand laborers of Chhattisgarh stranded in Jammu and Kashmir have been ensured.

    Due to the lockdown, one thousand workers of Chhattisgarh got trapped in Jammu and Kashmir this morning. On which Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel immediately directed the Secretary of Labor Department, Mr. Sonamani Bora to make necessary arrangements for these laborers. On which Mr. Bora, Secretary, Labor Department, Mr. B.V.R., Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir. Talked to Subramaniam and requested all necessary arrangements for these workers of Chhattisgarh, on which the Jammu and Kashmir administration has ensured the necessary arrangements, including the lodging and meals of these one thousand workers of Chhattisgarh.




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