Chhattisgarh State giving highest paddy bonus to the farmers in the country dr.raman singh

Chhattisgarh State giving highest paddy bonus to the farmers in the country dr.raman singh

While addressing a huge gathering in Dharamjyagarh of Raigad district during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the state which gives maximum paddy yield to the farmers in the country and giving them the highest piggy bank bonuses. He said that along with Chhattisgarh, this Dharajjyagarh area of ​​Raigad district is not behind the development.
The picture of this area has changed in the past fifteen years. He said that Dharamsajyad will soon be connected to the brightest Siklen road from Raigarh. Approval of this road has been received under the Bharat Mala project.

In Singh Sabha, Dr. Singh inaugurated and constructed 15 different construction works costing about Rs. 201 crores 44 lacs. On this occasion, he distributed 47 thousand 188 beneficiaries of 44 crores worth 66 lakh rupees and distributed checks. On this occasion, Dr. Singh gave the status of sub-tehsil to the bark,
In the Government College of Dharamjyghad, the announcement of acceptance of postgraduate classes from next academic session and approval of Rs 20 lakh for community building of Rathia society in Dharamjaygarh. On this occasion, the Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnu Dev Sai, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sunithi Rathia, MLA Roshan Agarwal and Mrs. Kerabai Manhar, along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.
The Chief Minister said that the roads in this area have been trapped. Upgradation and widening work of Dharmjaygarh-Kapu Marg, costing Rs 140 crore 71 lakh, Ghodhoda bypass road costing Rs 24 crore 74 lakhs and upgradation work of Pathhol-Kaapu road costing Rs.22 million 48 lakhs was done. is. Dr. Singh said that Chhattisgarh is the state which has the highest pearl bonus for purchasing at the highest price of paddy in the country and to forest dwellers.
He said that 12 lakh Tendupta collectors of the state are being given steps. During the development tour, a bonus of 750 crores will be given to Tendupta collectors. Dr. Singh said that the plans of the state government have changed the lives of the poor. Now, in Chhattisgarh, nobody has to starve anyone. The state government has arranged a kilo of rice for poor families as well as arranging pucca houses, kitchen connections, health care, toilets for millions of families.
Arrangements have been made for the daughters of poor families. Bicycles have been provided to millions of daughters in the Saraswati Cycle Scheme. He said that the state government is connecting people with welfare schemes of governance.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has increased the amount of Rupees one hundred rupees per quintal in the support price of paddy. At the time of purchase at farmers' support price of paddy, the State Government will give bonus to the rate of Rs. 300 per quintal. Now farmers will get Rs 2050 and Rs 2070 per quintal per quintal in accordance with the variety of paddy.
He informed that the farmers are also being given the facility of payment of electricity bills on flat-rate at flats at more than one pumps on irrigation pumps upto five horspers. The state government is giving a grant of one lakh rupees for connection of irrigation pumps. About 12 lakh families of the single-light connection holders of the state are being given the facility of payment of Rs. 100 per month on flat rate, after consuming more than 40 units of electricity.
In relation to the Atal Vikas Yatra, Dr. Singh said that this is a journey of public blessings of Janardan. I consider it as sacred like pilgrimage. Dr. Singh said that a grand memorial will be built in the memory of late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the State Builder, Bharat Ratna and the former Prime Minister of Atal Nagar, New Raipur. For this memorial, the sacred soil of Tulsi Chaura of homes will be brought to the villages and villages. The Union Minister of State for Steel, Shri Vishnudev Sai also addressed the meeting.



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