Tumgaon’s Shramik Ramji received the scheme amount
Expressed his gratitude for the scheme
The Chhattisgarh Government launched the Mukhyamantri Shramik Siyan Sahayata Yojana to provide financial assistance to the state's workers. Through this scheme construction workers are being offered financial assistance by the state government. 26 senior workers are registered under the scheme in the Mahasamund district. A lump sum amount of Rs. 20 thousand has been provided to 10 senior workers (each) after examination. The documents of the remaining senior workers are being examined.
Mr. Ramji Sahu, a worker from Tumgaon, said that the assistance amount of Rs 20 thousand under the Mukhyamantri Shramik Siyan Sahayata Yojana has reached his bank account. He considers the scheme to be quite beneficial for senior workers. He said that after crossing the age of 60 years, construction work becomes a physically laborious task. That is why even builders hesitate to assign work to senior workers like him. This scheme has proven to be a boon for workers like him and the amount of Rs. 20 thousand received in their bank accounts is quite significant for their families. He expressed his gratitude to the government and thanked the Chief Minister.
The membership of construction workers registered under the Chhattisgarh Building and Construction Workers Welfare Board whose age exceeds 60 years terminates automatically as per the Chhattisgarh Building and Construction Workers Employment and Service Conditions Act 1946. In this regard, to improve the lives of construction workers who are about to retire from the membership of the board, a lump sum amount is provided to them under the Mukhyamantri Shramik Siyan Sahayata Yojana by the state government.
It is remarkable that under the Mukhyamantri Shramik Siyan Sahayata Yojana, construction workers who have exceeded the age of 60 years were being provided a lump sum amount of Rs. 10,000 as financial assistance for a better living before they retire from the board. But on the occasion of the new year, the Chief Minister, as a gift to construction workers, announced the increase in the lump sum assistance amount under the Mukhyamantri Shramik Siyan Sahayata Yojana from Rs. 10000 to Rs. 20000. Workers have to apply online or offline to reap the benefits of the scheme. The increased amount will enable a higher living standard for workers. They won’t have to depend on others.
Beneficiaries received lump-sum amount of Rs 20,000 each
The Chhattisgarh Government has initiated the 'Mukhyamantri Shramik Sian Sahayata Yojana' to provide financial assistance to the state's laborers. Under this scheme, construction workers are provided with financial assistance by the state government.
The membership of registered construction workers under the Chhattisgarh Building and Construction Workers Welfare Board automatically ends when they reach the age of 60, as per the provisions of the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act 1946. In such cases, before the construction workers retire from the membership of the board, the state government provides a lump sum amount to them under this scheme to support their better living.
Labor officer Shri G K Pandey informed that 26 laborers in the Mahasamund district are registered under this scheme. After the examination, a lump sum amount of Rs 20,000 each has been provided to 10 registered laborers. The documents of the remaining registered laborers are being examined.
It is worth mentioning that under the scheme, the state government is providing a lump sum amount of Rs 10,000 as financial assistance to construction workers who have completed 60 years of age before retiring from membership of the board to live a better life. However, on the occasion of the new year, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel announced to the hike the amount from Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000 while interacting with the laborers in Raipur. The beneficiaries will have to apply online or offline to avail the benefits of this scheme. By receiving the increased amount, laborers can live their lives in a better way without depending on anyone else.
A big LED panel is used to display the plans and accomplishments.
On the occasion of Magh Purnima in the well-known historical place Sirpur, the Public Relations Department in Sirpur arranged a picture development exhibition based on the achievements of the Chhattisgarh government's four-year tenure on the three-day Sirpur Festival. This free three-day show is set up in front of the major cultural stage. Tourists attending the festival are making their way to see the exhibition. At the show site, free publicity materials and Chhattisgarh Janman, the Public Relations Department's monthly magazine, are also available. The show is accessible to the public from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Meanwhile, giving information, Mr. Shashiratna Parashar, District Public Relations Officer, stated that tourists and spectators attending Sirpur Mahotsav are learning about government programmes. The exhibition piqued the interest of officers-employees and students preparing for competitive tests. They like the exhibition for being informative and providing information about government programmes in one location. The government's free books and pamphlets based on beneficiary-oriented schemes and public welfare schemes are also considered highly valuable.
State government schemes are exhibited on a large LED screen. Visitors to the festival, particularly young people, are photographing themselves and their companions in front of the screen and exhibition. Women and Child Development, Health, Public Health Engineering, District Legal, Tribal Welfare, Tourism, Agriculture, Forest Department, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Social Welfare, and other departments have set up exhibition stalls in the festival to inform people about departmental and government schemes. Providing information on accomplishments.
In addition, various schemes of the state government - Mukhyamantri Kisan Nyay Yojana, Shri Dhanwantri Medical, Godhan Nyay Yojana, Forest Produce, Ram Van Gaman Path, Chhattisgarh Model, Folk Traditions and Detailed information about the culture, Nyay Yojana, etc. - have been displayed in simple language with figures and colourful photographs. At the exhibition site, free publicity materials are also distributed. The show is open to the public for free.
Work is being done expeditously,people will get relief from frequent traffic jams in the area
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the railway over bridge of Mahasamund Tumgaon Road today by cutting the ribbon of the overbridge during the statewide Bhent Mulaqat programme. On this occasion, Minister in-charge of Home and District Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary and MLA Mahasamund Mr. Vinod Chandrakar were also present.
It is noteworthy that the much awaited Tumgaon overbridge was very significant for the general public and with the construction of this railway bridge, the residents of the city will not be hindered by the frequent problems of traffic jams and will be able to commute swiftly. The people of the district, especially the daily commuters from Tumgaon and Mahasamund, will be significantly relieved from this. At present, due to the closure of the railway gate, a situation of frequent jams was created. But with the construction of railway overbridge, they will get relief from this and commuter's time will also be saved.
With the construction of Tumgaon railway overbridge, Mahasamund's population of more than 35 thousand will get convenience of smooth commute. According to the information recieved by officials,the overbridge will be completed at a cost of 40 crores. The amount of land acquisition is separate and not included in this. The total length of the overbridge is 616 meters and the width is 15 meters. Railway crossing is 294 meters towards Mahasamund and 248 meters towards Tumgaon and the length of railway crossing is 74 meters.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said that the government has formed because of people's faith in our welfare policies. Soon after taking the oath, our first decision was to waive off loans of farmers. Shri Rahul Gandhi gave us 10 days' time for the same. We did it in 10 hours.
People have reposed their faith in us, we have 71 seats in the legislative assembly now. The state government has taken major decisions in the interest of the farmers.
We gave the highest price for agricultural produce in the country. Oilseeds and pulses are also being purchased at the support price.
Farmers are getting the instalments of the schemes on time and will give the fourth instalment before March 31.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel reached Gram Panchayat Sirpur under the Mahasamund Assembly constituency for Bhent-Mulaqat
He started the program by garlanding a photograph of Chhattisgarh Mahtari and by singing the state song.
According to the Chief Minister, Sirpur once served as Chhattisgarh's capital and was a hub for trade and education. This is where Buddhist monks congregate. Additionally, it served as a hub for commerce and trade. This place has a long and rich history. Ayurvedic medicine and education have traditionally been centered on trade.
Numerous monks must have meditated in this revered location. This has been Nagarjuna's abode.
How many visitors from so many different cultures must there have been? The very thought of this exhilarates the mind, he said.
As per Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, when the government was established four years ago, we made promises to the farmers that we would forgive their loans and cut the electricity bill by half.
The scheme was introduced for landless laborers for the first time in the nation. We also completed tasks that we had not even agreed to complete while keeping in mind the demands of the state.
Have invested in schemes like Chattisgarh ke Chaar Chinhari "Narva, Garva, Ghurva, aur Bari", which successfully brought water to the farms.
We headed towards Mantralay as soon as the government was established and made the decision to waive the loan. It was decided to purchase paddy for Rs. 2500, the support price.
We are giving installments to farmers every year under Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Yojana. The fourth installment of this scheme will be received before March 31, before the end of the financial year.
The Chief Minister states that since we increased the number of societies, there are now more than 2000 societies.
Farmers no longer need to travel far because there are 2500 paddy procurement centers. Gunny bags are offered, and payment is received within three days.
14 December 2022/ The Medical Education Department of the state government has suspended Dr Manju Ekka, a gynaecologist at the hospital attached to Rajmata Smt. Devendra Kumari Singhdeo Government Medical College Ambikapur with immediate effect for showing negligence in allocated work. She has been suspended in connection with the death of patient Smt. Subuktara, husband Shri Israfil, was referred from Pratappur in the hospital affiliated with the Medical College, on November 29, in a case related to high-risk pregnancy. Despite receiving information from the hospital during her on-call duty in the hospital, she did not promptly discharge her official duties and responsibilities.
In the preliminary inquiry report received on December 01 regarding the incident, it was found that Dr Manju Ekka has shown extreme negligence in discharging her official duties. This act is a clear violation of Rule 3 of the Chhattisgarh Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1965. She has been suspended with immediate effect under Rule 9 (a) of the Chhattisgarh Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1966 for showing negligence in allocated work. Her headquarters has been fixed as office Civil Surgeon-cum-Chief Hospital Superintendent, District Hospital, Surajpur and she will be eligible for subsistence allowance as per rules during the suspension period.
Mahasamund :TNINS , 13 December 2022/ Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated and performed Bhumi Pujan of development works worth Rs 64 crore 13 lakh 92 thousand in Basna assembly constituency today. This includes Bhoomipujan of 37 development works worth Rs 32 crore 64 lakh 09 thousand and inauguration of 23 works worth Rs 32 crore 59 lakh 83 thousand.
The works for which bhumi pujan was performed include construction of new roads, bridges and culverts and construction of additional rooms in the college, school building construction, boundary wall construction, cultural building construction, C.C. Roads, community building construction etc.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel was on Bhent-Mulaqat visit to Basna constituency of Mahasamund district today. During the visit, Mr. Baghel met and interacted with the people of village Pirda and village Gopalpur of Basna and asked about the implementation of state government schemes.
Bhent mulaqat : Assembly constituency- Basna, Village Gopalpur
Addressing to Bhent-Mulaqat, Chief Minister Mr Bhupesh Baghel stated that several programmes have been created for each class to ensure that each class benefits from the programmes.
Vidhansabha creates laws and policies, and we are here to discover their implementation.
He remarked that when we meet the beneficiaries, we may hear about their joys and sorrows and understand more about how the plans are being carried out.
In accordance with the Chief Minister, under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, the money was distributed in four instalments and deposited directly into the accounts of the farmers.
Three to four days remain for the completion of the four years after taking the oath on the 17th. He stated that immediately after taking the oath, they went to the ministry, called a meeting, and decided about loan waiver and support price.
We have waived the 19 lakh farmer's loan of Rs. 9 thousand 50 crore rupees in our initial judgement.
Regardless of whether the central government participates, we are working to keep our words.
Farmers are also granted money based on their requirements, which is utilised for festivals, weddings, and other occasions.
Chief Minister will observe the ground reality of schemes in Basna assembly constituency
In his state wide extensive Bhent Mulaqat program,Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will be in Basna assembly constituency of Mahasamund district on December 13. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel will take information about the implementation of the schemes of the state government while meeting and conversing with the common people. At the same time, he will address the problems of the general public, as well as meet various organisations to know their problems and needs. It may be noted that the Bhent Mulaqat programme is a unique initiative where the general public gets an opportunity to interact directly with the head of the state.
As per the scheduled tour programme, the Chief Minister will leave from Raipur at 11.30 am by helicopter for gopalpur village of Basna assembly constituency and will attend the Bhent mulaqat program there from 12.05 pm. The Chief Minister will leave for Pirda village in Pithora tehsil by helicopter from Gopalpur helipad at 1.40 pm and will interact with the villagers from 2.35 pm then,the Chief Minister will leave Pirda village at 4.10 pm by helicopter for Basna High School Ground and will perform Bhumi Pujan and inauguration of development works at Basna at 4.35 pm and after meeting various delegations from 5 pm, will return to Raipur at 8 pm.
Sanctioned Rs 1.16 crore for the construction of various community halls
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel met the delegation of various communities and social organizations in Saraipali development block of Mahasamund district late on Wednesday as a part of his ‘Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan’. He took information from the representatives of all communities regarding their social activities and took direct feedback on the implementation of government schemes and programmes.
Members of Chhattisgarh Ramnami Ram Bhajan Sanstha Bilaigarh met the Chief Minister and accorded him a warm welcome. Chief Minister met representatives of Advocates Union Basna, ration vendors, Bhunjia Samaj, Gada Samaj, Dhobi Samaj, Dhurva Samaj, Kalar Samaj, Banjara Samaj, Kanwar Samaj, Oraon Samaj, Sanvra Samaj, Agrawal Samaj, Yadav Samaj, Sahu Samaj, Brahman Samaj, Kolta Samaj, Sikh Samaj, Muslim Samaj, Manikpuri Samaj, Chauhan Samaj Sarpanch Sangh, Akhil Bhartiya Yadav Mahasabha, and farmers of Baloda-Bazaar.
A delegation of Satnami Samaj Bade Sajapali invited the Chief Minister to participate in the programme to be organized on the occasion Ghasidas Jayanti. The members of the Saraipali Paddy Procurement Society met the Chief Minister and expressed their gratitude towards him for appealing to farmers to donate paddy stubble. He suggested displaying banners of paddy stubble donations in the paddy procurement centers to make farmers aware of the same.
Besides, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel gave approval of about Rs 1 crore 16 lakh 20 thousand for miscellaneous construction works including the construction of community halls on the demand of various communities. This includes the construction of a dome in the hostel premises of Agharia Samaj at a cost of Rs 30 lakh, Rs 20 lakh for the construction of the community hall of Agrawal Samaj Bhawarpur, Rs 15 lakh for the community hall of Gayatri Trust, Rs 15 lakh for the construction of Dharamshala of Banjara Samaj Basna, Rs. 15 lakhs to Brahm Vidya Vihangam Yog Samiti, Rs. 15 lakhs to Vipra Samaj for construction of an additional room in Geeta Bhawan, and Rs 5 lakhs for community hall of Dhobi Samaj. Besides, he announced a financial grant of Rs 1.20 lakh to Neha Nayak for her B.Ed. studies.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel on Wednesday distributed motorized tricycles to Pramila Bhoi of Pipli Pali village and Ashok of Kashi Pali village falling under Saraipali assembly constituency under the ‘Sahayak Upkaran Yojana’ being run by the Social Welfare Department.
Pramila Bhoi, a B.Sc. second-year student said that she used to face a lot of difficulties while going to school and college. Getting a motorized tricycle will make her travel easier and she will be able to focus well on her studies. Pramila expressed her gratitude for this ambitious scheme of the government saying that she is extremely happy after receiving the motorized tricycle.
Announced a College and a Swami Atmanand English medium for Bhanwarpur
Nationalized bank in Bhanwarpur to be opened soon
Bhanwarpur police post to be upgraded to police station
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel on Wednesday reached Bhanwarpur village of Saraipali assembly constituency under Mahasamund district as a part of his mammoth public interaction drive 'Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan'. On the demand of public representatives and villagers, the Chief Minister made several announcements which includes upgrading Gram Panchayat Bhanwarpur to a Nagar Panchayat, upgrading Bhanwarpur to a sub-tehsil, opening a branch of a nationalized bank in Bhanwarpur, upgrading police post Bhanwarpur to a police station, to open a college, a Swami Atmanand English medium school, an open gym in Bhanwarpur. He also assured of speedy completion of the road construction from Bhanwarpur to Saraipali. The communities present during the Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan welcomed the Chief Minister's announcements with enthusiasm and expressed gratitude to him.
While addressing the crowd at the Jan Chaupal, he took information from the representatives of all communities regarding their social activities and took direct feedback on the implementation of government schemes and programmes. He urged to take maximum advantage of the schemes implemented for health and education. He commenced his programme by garlanding the portrait of 'Chhattisgarh Mahtari' and lighting the lamp.
Raghunath's loan of Rs 3 lakh waived off, bought a tractor from farm income
During the Jan Chaupal, Potapara's farmer Raghunath told the Chief Minister that his loan of Rs 3 lakh has been waived off. With the income from farming, he installed a pump in the field and also bought a tractor. Umang Sao of Ara-Pathra village sought help from the Chief Minister for the treatment of stomach ailment, on which the Chief Minister assured him to give Rs. 2 lakh. Rohit Dadsena of Sakri village told that he has earned Rs 02 lakh 32 thousand by selling a total of 1160 quintal cow dung. Dayanidhi Nayak, a member of Yuva Mitan Club, told the Chief Minister that there are 42 members in the club, and sports, cleanliness, and many other activities are being conducted by the club. Hem Bai Patel, a beneficiary of the Haat Bazar Clinic Yojana, told that she is a patient of BP and taking treatment free of cost through the scheme.
Shed to be built for mushroom production and poultry farming in Gauthan
In the Jan Chaupal, Rekha Lahre told the Chief Minister that her group has earned Rs. 1 lakh 5 thousand from vermicompost manufacturing. Rekha demanded a shed each for mushroom and poultry farming, and wire fencing around the Gauthan. Chief Minister gave instructions to the collector regarding the demands made by Rekha. Puja, a student of Basna's Swami Atmanand School, told the Chief Minister that Swami Atmanand School provides free as well as high-quality education. The Chief Minister said that 400 more Swami Atmanand schools would be opened next year. Lakshya Banjare, a young student of Class I told the Chief Minister the names of 33 districts of Chhattisgarh, on which Chief Minister Mr. Baghel praised Lakshya.
Chief Minister distributed cycles to girl students of Swami Atmanand School
Under the ‘Saraswati Cycle Yojana’, the Chief Minister distributed cycles to the girl students of Swami Atmanand School of Basna. As part of the Saraswati Cycle Yojana, free cycles were given to class IX students Tejaswani Sao, Ankita Pradhan, Shivani Sahu, Mandakini Pandey, and Shraddha Pradhan.
Chief Minister distributed lentil seed mini kit to the beneficiaries
Lentil seed mini kit was distributed to Yudhishthir Patel, Santosh Nayak, Ratan Sidar, Jagdish Patel of Gram Panchayat Bhanwarpur, and Pritam Singh Sidar of Gram Panchayat Kudela. Farmers are being encouraged to cultivate pulses and oilseeds. In this sequence, Lentil Seed Mini Kit was distributed.
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel distributed motorized tricycles to Divyang beneficiaries
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel distributed motorized tricycles to Pramila Bhoi of Pipli Pali village and Ashok of Kashi Pali village hailing from the Saraipali assembly constituency. Pramila Bhoi, a B.Sc. second-year student said that she used to face a lot of difficulties while going to school and college. Getting a motorized tricycle will make her travel easier and she will be able to focus well on her studies. Pramila expressed her gratitude for this ambitious scheme of the government saying that she is extremely happy after receiving the motorized tricycle.
Applications have been invited for recruitment to 18 contractual posts of various types in Health and Wellness Center. For the advertised contract posts, the candidates with the desired qualifications should apply in the prescribed format, along with self-attested documents, by registered post / speed post on 15 July 2022 at 5:00 PM Office of the Chief Medical and Health Officer, District Hospital Complex Kharora, Mahasamund during office hours. can submit.