Chhattisgarh / Kabirdham
Sahaspur Lohara CMO Vikas Narayan Singh suspended for negligence and inaction
Kabirdham | 17-Sep-2022 104
Today, an order has been issued by the Joint Secretary, Urban Administration and Development Department for the suspension of Vikas Narayan Singh, Chief Municipal Officer of Sahaspur Lohara in Kabirdham district with immediate effect. The state government decided to take this action for negligence in government work and disobeying the orders issued by the government. In the issued order, it is also mentioned that the suspended CMO Vikas Narayan Singh is now being attached to Urban Administration and Development Regional Office, Durg.
A farmer's agricultural land mortgaged for two years was redeemed with the help of money received from Godhan Nyay Yojana
Kabirdham | 06-Jul-2022 194
Shravan Kumar Yadav,resident of Singhari village earned more than one and a half lakh rupees in two years
Kabirdham : "Hamar Kaka Bhupesh Baghel ke Gobar kharidi Yojna baney hai" . Shravan Kumar Yadav was all praises for the state government's Godhan Nyay Yojna which helped him redeem his land which was mortgaged for the past two years. He goes on to narrate his story. In the 'Jeth' months of May and June 2020, I had to mortgage the agricultural land as per my financial conditions. I have redeemed that land after two years,in the 'Jeth' month of 2022, even after fulfilling the needs of my house. I have to thank Godhan Nyay Yojna which has improved my financial condition and helped me to get my land back. I have earned substantial amount by selling cow dung."
Shravan Kumar Yadav, a resident of Sindhari Gram Panchayat of Bodla, is one of the many beneficiaries of Godhan Nyay Yojna who has earned an income of more than one and a half lakh rupees by selling cow dung. Shravan further informs that he had one acre of agricultural land which he had to mortgage for a sum of Forty five thousand Rs. Now, he has received financial assistance from the state government run Godhan Nyay Yojna and has released his mortgaged land along with his wife's jewellery which was mortgaged as well. He has invested some amount of the financial assistance in sowing paddy, fifteen thousand Rs. for land levelling, and has brought utensils for his house worth two thousand Rs. He says that he doesn't have to borrow money for his household expenses anymore. He is successfully managing his household expenses by the financial aid provided by the Godhan Nyay Yojna.
Giving information about the beneficiary Shri Shravan Kumar Yadav, Shri Bhagwat Dhurve, Secretary, Gram Panchayat Sindhari and Village Gauthan Management Committee, states that since August 2020, Shravan Kumar is selling cow dung in the village. So far 75174 kg of cow dung has been sold by him, in lieu of which Rs 1,50,348 has been issued to him from the government. Shravan Kumar basically falls below the poverty line and the money for selling his cow dung is received in his savings account in Chhattisgarh State Rural Bank branch Sindhari.
Gauthan is becoming the center of progress: Collector Kabirdham
While discussing about the benefits being given to the villagers by the Godhan Nyay Yojana, Collector Kabirdham Shri Janmejay Mahobe says that Gauthan has been constructed in all the rural areas of the district and Gauthan is being developed as an economic center for the rural populace. Cow dung is procured in all the Gauthans by the Village Gothan Management Committee. On the basis of the dung purchased, the amount is transferred to the beneficiary by the government in his savings account. This is the reason that the villagers are getting a lot of financial benefits from this scheme.
While discussing, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Kabirdham, Mr. Sandeep Kumar Agrawal says that the economic condition of Singhari resident Mr. Shravan Kumar Yadav has already improved a lot. He is taking care of his children well, freed his mortgaged land and jewellery, fulfillment of household items etc. and all this work has been done in a very short span of two years.
Pandaria and Ramhepur Cooperative Sugar Factory set a new national record in the sugarcane recovery rate
Kabirdham | 07-Jun-2022 139
This record was made due to the policies implemented under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Pandaria Sugar factory tops in the recovery rate in India and Ramhepur Sugar factory stands at second place
Sugarcane farmers will get an additional amount of Rs 53.83 crore due to a higher recovery rate
Two cooperative sugar factories operating in Chhattisgarh have created a new record in the recovery rate at the national level. The factories that made the record include Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Cooperative Sugar Factory of Pandariya and Bhoramdev Cooperative Sugar Factory of Ramhepur in Kawardha. Both these cooperative sugar factories are established in the Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh. It is worth mentioning that under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, many policies are being implemented by the state government for the development and prosperity of Chhattisgarh, due to which the state is continuously evolving in every field and making new records. Both these factories have left behind all the cooperative sugar factories in the country in terms of recovery. Due to higher recovery rate, 18 thousand 497 farmers of the district will get an additional amount of Rs 53.83 crore. With this, Rs 280.7 crore will be paid to the farmers in the financial year.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Co-Operative Sugar Factory has retained its achievement by staying at number one in the whole country with a 13.12 percent recovery rate in the limited Pandriya peroi session 2021-22. With this, 7 thousand 279 farmers here will get the benefit of Rs 104.40 per quintal. Moreover, under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, Rs 79 per quintal will be paid to the farmers by the Chhattisgarh government. In this way, Rs 459 per quintal will be paid to the farmers in a financial year. In this way, an amount of Rs 135.5 crore will be paid to 7 thousand 279 farmers for the year 2021-22. In the last financial year, 29 lakh 5 thousand 338 metric tonnes of sugarcane was procured from the farmers.
Similarly, Bhoramdev Cooperative Sugar Factory Ramhepur Kawardhaperai has been second in the whole country with the highest recovery of 11.8 percent in the 2021-22 season. With this achievement, 11 thousand 218 farmers will get an additional benefit of Rs 66.70 per quintal. Along with this, under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, Rs 79 per quintal will be paid to the farmers by the Chhattisgarh government. In this way, Rs 421 per quintal will be paid to the farmers in the financial year. In this way, an amount of Rs 145.2 crore will be paid to 11 thousand 218 farmers in the year 2021-22. In the financial year, 34 lakh 5 thousand 3 metric tonnes of sugarcane has been procured from the farmers.
District Collector and President Sugar Factory Mr. Ramesh Kumar Sharma informed that Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Co-operative Sugar Factory Limited has given the maximum recovery in the financial year, which is a record in the history of Chhattisgarh. Due to this, the local sugarcane farmers have got the highest rate in the whole country. On the other hand, Bhoramdev Co-operative Sugar Factory, in Ramhepur Kawardha has been successful in achieving the highest recovery rate of 11.8 percent in the last 19 years, which is second in the country. He said that 18 thousand 497 farmers associated with Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Cooperative Sugar Factory, Pandariya and Bhoramdev Cooperative Sugar Factory of Ramhepur Kawardha would be paid Rs 280.7 crore this year. These farmers will get an additional amount of Rs 53.83 crore at the recovery rate. Also, farmers will get a benefit of Rs 50.58 crore under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana.
The Managing Director of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Cooperative Sugar Factory, Maryadit Pandariya, Mr. Satish Kumar Patle informed that 13.12 percent recovery has been achieved in the crushing season of 2021-22, which is 36 points more than 9.50 percent. In this way, farmers will get an additional amount of Rs 36×2.90=104.4 per quintal. With this, farmers will get a recovery amount of Rs 30.83 crore.
Bhupendra Kumar Thakur, managing director of Bhoramdev Cooperative Sugar Factory, Ramhepur Kawardha, informed that 11.8 percent recovery has been achieved in the crushing season 2021-22, which is 23 points more than 9.50 percent. In this way, farmers will get an additional amount of 23×2.90=66.70 per quintal. With this, farmers will get a recovery amount of Rs 23 crore.
Here is the recovery rate:
The rate of sugarcane is fixed from the FRP, with a minimum recovery of 9.50 percent or less, at Rs 275.50 per quintal. For more than 9.50 percent recovery, it increases by Rs. 2.90 per quintal per 0.1 percent.