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Raipur: Part of the ancient rural tradition of Gautan Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Raipur: Part of the ancient rural tradition of Gautan Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister inaugurates Adarsh Gothan in village Hanchalpur

Instructions for camping in village for settlement correction

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has said that Gautan is an integral part of the ancient rural tradition of Chhattisgarh. Gothans are being organized in villages through 'Narva, Garuwa, Gharuba Au Bardi' scheme. This will prove to be important in strengthening the economic condition of the farmers and the women of the group, along with the raising of the breed of cows.
    The Chief Minister was inaugurating the Adarsh ​​Gautan, constructed under Suraji village scheme in village Hanchalpur in Kurud Vikaskhand in Dharmari district today. Adarsh ​​Gothan has been constructed in 9 acre of 940 cattle for village Hanchalpur. Under the protection of Narva protection, Dam Dala has been built at Damodar Nala near Gautan for about 50 lakhs, which will provide drinking water to the animals and this water can be utilized for drainage and irrigation also. Chief Minister also planted banyan plant in Gautan After discussing with the women's group here, he took information of gumutra, dung, neem-made pests and biological fertilizers, and said that in this way more and more women join this task to become self-reliant.

    The Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel reached Hanchalpur on the occasion of his visit to the village. Shri Baghel addressed the villagers in the chaupal of the Neem tree in the village and said that the biggest problem of raising cows is their feed and water. Not only their fodder and water arrangements have been made in the villages in villages, but they will remain as a day care center. Earlier, farmers had to face all the fields in the village to save crops from cattle but now they will not have to spend money in the form of Gothan and now they can easily take two crops.
    The Chief Minister said that people now only make cottage cheese from cow dung but the cow dung in gutters can be made here by making a dung gas plant here and easily through the pipeline in the entire village, Gobar Gas will be able to get half the price compared to LPG. Apart from this, the women of the group will be able to get better earnings by making various types of pest management medicines with organic fertilizers, sunlight, ottoman, and Gumutra. In the Gothans, breed improvement of native cows will give farmers more milk and their income will also increase. With the formation of organic manure, the cost of agriculture will be reduced and the loss of chemical fertilizers can be avoided.

    The Chief Minister said that in the same way, the availability of water in the bore, pond and well will be ensured while improving the ground water level with the protection of Narva. Whereas the green and organic vegetables will improve people's health, they will also be able to earn the income by selling it. They interacted directly with villagers in Choupal and kindly responded to their questions.

    On the demand of the villagers, the Chief Minister directed the collector to install the camp for settlement reforms in Hanchalpur and Pachpei village. He said that through the Gram Sabha, people should be told about the loss due to alcohol and add people to more employment oriented work so that people can get away from drunkenness. On this occasion, he also distributed vegetable plants and seed and fruit plants to the farmers in Choupal. Collector Shri Rajat Bansal and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Vijay Dayaram gave detailed information about the work being done under Narva, Garuwa, Nirruva and Bari in the district. On this occasion, Rajya Sabha MP Mrs. Shadow Verma, former MLA Mr. Gurumukh Singh Hora, former legislator Mr. Kataram Sahu, local public representatives and large number of villagers were present.




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