Raipur: Promotion of agricultural based industries in the state: Shri Bhupesh Baghel

Raipur: Promotion of agricultural based industries in the state: Shri Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister attended the 73rd Annual Convention of Manwa Kurmi Society


Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has said that his government will encourage agro-based industries so that farmers get better market and better value for their produce and in them the local youth can get more employment opportunities. He said that Agri-based Bemetra district will also be set up in agriculture based industries. Chief Minister Shri Baghel was addressing the 73rd Annual Convention of the Karmi Kshatriya Samiti (Dhandhada Raj) in Chhattisgarh Manwa Kurmi Kshatriya society held in village Rampur (Bhend) near Berla Block in Bemetara district on Sunday. He said that the government is committed to fulfill the promises made in the Jan Manifesto for the people of the region. Mr. Baghel also emphasized the need for comprehensive public participation to make the state free from addiction.

Mr. Baghel said that Bemetara district is a major agricultural producer district, which is why there is the possibility of agricultural produce based industries here. He announced that it would also provide employment to local youth. The Chief Minister said that Charkisgarh has four identifiers Narva, Garwa, Ghurva Au Bari-Ela is to be saved. The participation of the common citizens in its conservation is very important. He challenged the farmers not to burn the crop from the crop in the fields. This has reduced the fertility of the land. The Chief Minister said that on the arrival of Phagun month the cattle left the village open. Instead of fencing the field for protection of the crop, arranging fodder and water for the animals is necessary to surround the Gautan (Daehan) of the village. To improve the breed of animals, promote the production of milk-yogurt in the village. Fenugreek power of land will increase with dung manure. When the village becomes prosperous then prosperous Chhattisgarh will be built. The Chief Minister promised to take special initiative from the state government to solve the problems of PageL in village Rampur. He instructed the collector to take necessary action in this regard.

The Chief Minister said that in the rural life of Chhattisgarh, relations have been promoted for centuries. Our ancient tradition of this generation continues even today. According to the tradition of the village, we are coming to address the people, whether they belong to any caste, community, brother, nephew, maternal uncle, kaki, sister, and take blessings by touching the feet of the senior people. This relation is an integral part of the ancient culture of Chhattisgarh and is also a better example of social equality.

Shri Baghel said - The State Government is making a loan waiver of farmers and 2500 rupees per quintal of rice as per the promise. Shri Baghel reiterated that the loan of farmers will not be in forgiveness but-but it will be. KCC The loan will be cut off in the loan, this will bring the government's expenditure of 6 to 8-9 hundred crore rupees. Whatever will be in the interest of farmers, full attention will be taken. The government has promised to halve the electricity bill in the public declaration, it will also complete it. On the issue of liquor ban in Chhattisgarh, he said that the demand for prohibition of alcohol in the Maha Vidhyavation of Kurmi society had arisen. This is also in our public declaration. Allocation of all the people of the society is necessary for this, it can not be prohibited by the Excise and Police administration alone. Then Nashak will become Chhattisgarh. All the people will have to come forward for a drug-free society. The Minister of Public Works, Home and Jail, Shri Tamrampraj Sahu said that social organization of Kurmi society is very strong. In our society, through organization, to remove stereotype, to spread education. He said in his speech in Chhattisgarh that he talks to himself in a single line through social organization. Today, education, industry, business, education, and attention should be paid. To keep away the stereotypical tradition, work with the organization of society to work towards the advancement of society. The Home Minister said that the Government had promised in the form of public declaration of debt waiver of farmers in the form of public good on the day of oath taking, and immediately completed it. Taking oath of government, decision to cancel the loan of 6 thousand one hundred crore rupees was decided by cabinet decision. Whether farmers are big or small. Apart from the District Co-operative Central Bank, there is a loan of farming and farming in other banks also they will also be tested and forgiven.

The function was also addressed by MLA Bemetara Ashish Kumar Chhabra, Chhattisgarh Manwa Kurmi, and Kshatriya Samaj Dhadtha Raj's Central President Ramkumar Sirmaur. In the program, MLA Nawagad Gurudayal Banjare, District Panchayat President Smt. Kavita Sahu, Collector Mahadev Kavre, Superintendent of Police H.R. Manohar, District Panchayat CEO S. Alok, Former MLA Awadhesh Singh Chandel, Chhattisgarh. Baba Verma, President of Dhandhaya Raj of Manwa Kurmi Society, Mrs. Uma Harish Naik, President of Janpad Panchayat Barla, Smt Savita Hirwani, President of Nagar Panchayat Barla, Ravi Adil, Mana Ram Verma, Rajendra Verma, were present in large numbers.

           51,000 rupees check in the Chief Minister's Help Fund- In the Annual Convention of Kurmi Society, village Taksinwa resident Kamlesh Parganih presented a check of 51 thousand rupees to Chief Minister Relief Fund to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Mr Parginha told that he had purchased the paddy at the support price and the amount was received from the government in lieu of the debt of the farmers.


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