Chief Minister Urban Slum Health Scheme: Mobile Medical Units bring free healthcare to slum dwellers
Over 73,565 patients benefitted so far
The Chhattisgarh government's ambitious scheme, Chief Minister Urban Slum Health Scheme, provides free healthcare access to people of urban areas through mobile medical units. These medical units have made health checkups and treatment of slum dwellers easier. For this, two mobile medical units have already been started in the municipalities Bemetara and Saja. Under Chief Minister Urban Slum Health Scheme, the beneficiaries receive free medical services, including consultations with doctors, free medicines, and 41 different types of lab tests through mobile medical units.
Over 740 camps have been organized in the district thus far, treating around 73,565 patients. Among them, 20,808 patients received free lab tests, while 62,389 patients received free medicines. These MMUs are equipped with modern machines and skilled lab technicians who perform various tests like blood tests, urine tests, sputum tests, TB tests, thyroid tests, malaria tests, and typhoid tests. Now, the slum dwellers of the district receive free health check-ups, treatments, and medicines in a more efficient and effective manner. The mobile medical units, equipped with modern facilities, cater to the health needs of slum communities. MBBS doctors, along with other healthcare staff, are present at these camps. They provide essential medical services, free medicines, and conduct tests, ensuring better health outcomes for the beneficiaries.
It is worth mentioning that this scheme was started on 01 November 2020. Citizens of the district expressed heartfelt gratitude to Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel for providing them with these essential healthcare services near their doorsteps.
Chief Minister had a telephonic conversation with the family members of deceased Shri Bhuneshwar Sahu in Biranpur incident
Chief Minister consoled the family members and said that action will be taken against the culprits.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today had a telephonic conversation with the family members of the deceased Mr. Bhuneshwar Sahu in the incident of village Biranpur of Bemetara district and consoled the family members. The Chief Minister further said that "we are with you in this moment of grief. Your family will get justice and strict action will be taken against the culprits."
Mr. Ishwar Sahu, the father of the deceased while thanking the Chief Minister said that we express our gratitude for the initiative taken by you during this crisis. He urged to take up strict action against the culprits, on which the Chief Minister assured him for the same. It is worth mentioning that in the Biranpur incident, the Chief Minister has announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the family of the deceased and a government job to one family member.
During the telephonic discussion between the Chief Minister and the family members of the deceased, State Sahu Sangh President Mr. Tehal Sahu and representatives of the society were also present.
Section 144 implemented in Village Panchayat Biranpur
Considering the invocation of Chhattisgarh Band by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Collector Mr. P.S. Alma and Police Superintendent I. Kalyan Elesela chaired a meeting of society representatives and heads of organizations on yesterday 9 pm for maintenance of peacekeeping in Biranpur village. Collector Mr. Alma said that the Section 144 of the code of criminal procedure has been implemented in Biranpur for maintaining peace, law and order, and security in the state. During the meeting, the Collector appealed to the representatives of the society and the heads of organizations to maintain peace in the district.
The Collector said that police forces have been deployed in Biranpur for maintaining law, peace, and security in Biranpur. 7 places in Biranpur have been barricaded. Places including Biranpur to Kawardha, Durg, Rajnandgaon, Ahiwara, and Saja Road have been barricaded and Police forces have been deployed. He said that public representatives were permitted to reach the village with security. Barricading was also done in Biranpur village while considering the matter of safety, so that other people from outside cannot enter the village. Police forces in large number are also being deployed. He said that F.I.R.s have been filed against riotous people. In the meeting, Sub Divisional Officer (R) Mr. Vishwas Rao Maske, Sub Divisional Officer of Police Mr. Tejram Patel, Tehsildar, councilors, and representatives of society were present.
Women will be made aware of their rights and laws by visiting villages
Mukhyamantri Mahatari Nyay Rath was flagged off today at Bemetara to raise awareness of women's rights and laws. Under the direction of Collector Mr. Padum Singh Alma, District Panchayat President Revati Sahu, and officials from the Women and Child Development Department, the Mukhyamantri Mahatari Nyay Rath was flagged off from the Collectorate premises to the tune of 'Baat hai Abhiman Ke, Mahila Man Ke Samman Ke'. According to officials, the Nyay Rath Yatra was begun on the initiative of the Chhattisgarh State Women's Commission with the goal of making women in Bemetara district, as well as women throughout the state, aware of their constitutional rights and laws and will help in improving their confidence.
Meanwhile, using short films, messages, and booklets, this Rath will go from village to village in the Bemetara district, informing people about women's legal provisions and constitutional rights. National award-winning short films about Chhattisgarhi laws and the Hindi language will be shown on Rath's large LED screen. Women and Child Development Officer BD Patel, officials from the Public Relations Department, and officers and staff from the Women and Child Development Department were present on this occasion.
Oath administered to citizens for eradication of T.B.
Under the Ayushman Bharat and Health Wellness Center, according to the instructions of Bemetara Collector and District Magistrate Mr. Padum Singh Alma and under the guidance of Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. G.L. Tandon, Nodal Officer Dr. K.Sahu, and Nodal Officer of National Tuberculosis Eradication Program, a health fair called Amrit Mahotsav was celebrated in Wellness Center Sagona. On this occasion, it has been decided that the 14th of every month is to be celebrated as Nikshay Diwas. In the event, common people were given information regarding the symptoms and diagnosis/treatment of T.B. Additionally, under Tuberculosis Prevent Therapy (TPT), medicines are to be administered to people living with patients afflicted by T.B. at their homes so that people living near T.B. patients are protected from this disease.
It is noteworthy that if a person suffering from T.B. (sputum-positive patient) doesn’t get proper treatment in time, they might infect and afflict 10 to 15 people in a year. The human being is a social animal and works for his livelihood in society, that is why one should help people suffering from T.B. by providing them information about its diagnosis, treatment, required diet, etc. Anyone can help a person suffering from T.B. It was told at the health fair that this disease cannot be eradicated completely without the contribution of everyone in society. That is why everyone should contribute to the campaign run by the State Government in all villages for eradicating T.B. An oath was administered to people for eliminating the T.B. disease in Chhattisgarh by the end of the year 2023. The Senior Treatment Supervisor from Saja Mr. Puran Anand, Community Health Officer Ms. Chanchal Sahu, ANM Dayawanti Nishad, Mitanin sisters Mamta Thakur, Chameli Vishwakarma, villagers of Sagona, and schoolchildren were present on the occasion.
The state government is making consistent efforts to strengthen the economic condition of the needy people and families of the state by benefiting them through various schemes. Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Bhoomiheen Krishi Mazdoor Nyaya Yojana is being run by the state government for providing financial assistance to landless agricultural laborers and people associated with pauni-pasari occupations among other beneficiaries.
Under the scheme, work is being done in the district to identify the eligible beneficiaries and give them the benefits of the scheme so that they get the necessary financial assistance. A beneficiary Rekhalal, father Sadashiv age 70 years resident of Dhobnikala of Nawagarh Janpad Panchayat, said that the scheme is lending a helping hand to economically weaker families. My family does not have any agricultural land of its own and our financial condition is not so good. I earn a livelihood doing labour work on daily wages.
Heaping praise on the scheme started by the state government, Rekhalal said this is a commendable initiative for the landless laborer families. Today, a meaningful scheme has been started to financially empower families who do not have any additional source of income other than wages. This is definitely going to be a huge success.
He added that their festivals have become more colorful and happier with the government transferring the scheme amount ahead of festivals like Diwali and Holi. He said that the financial condition of his family has improved and they are living a better life than before. Today, I am not forced to ask for money from anyone.
The nodal officer of the Rajiv Gandhi Bhoomiheen Krishi Mazdoor Nyay Yojana of Nawagarh Janpad Panchayat office said that the state government has been providing continuous benefits to the common citizens through public welfare schemes from the beginning. Under the scheme, annual financial assistance of Rs 7,000 is being provided to the beneficiaries.
The allotment of land in the name of Guru Balak Das Seva Samiti will be completed as soon as possible
An announcement of one crore rupees for Jaitkham and building construction in Nawagarh
The winners of the open panthi dance competition at the state level were awarded.
Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, stated that Chhattisgarh is paving the way for the development of the state by following the path of development, goodwill, peace, and love with the great message given by Guru Ghasidas Baba ‘Mankhe Mankhe Ek Saman’. By following the path of guidance shown by Baba, one can contribute to the well-being of humanity. Truth is God and God is Truth, and we are all his children.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel was conversing with a large crowd at the conclusion of the state-level Guru Ghasidas Baba Lok Mahotsav and Jayanti Samaroh 2022, which was held at Nawagarh, a development block under Bemetara district.
On behalf of the society, Parliamentary Secretary and MLA Nawagarh Gurudayal Singh Banjare made the Chief Minister wear a turban as a symbol of honour. On this occasion, the Chief Minister prayed to Baba Guru Ghasidas for the happiness, prosperity, and well-being of the state. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel directed the collector to hand over government land in the name of Guru Balak Das Seva Samiti to SatnamSamaj in accordance with legal procedure. In addition, he also made an announcement of one crore rupee for the construction of Jaitkham and a building in Nawagarh.
According to the Chief Minister, the Satnami community is progressing by following the message and path of Baba Guru Ghasidas. He stated that the Satnami community has not only been educated by Baba's message but is also contributing greatly to the development of Chhattisgarh and its society is also being aware and leading. He stated that by drawing strength from Baba's blessings and message, the youth of the Satnami community is progressing and helping Chhattisgarh flourish. According to the Chief Minister, Baba Guru Ghasidas' message is still applicable to the entire world today and is not just for one person, one society, one state, or one country.
As stated by the Chief Minister, if we incorporate even one phrase or one line from Baba Guru Ghasidas' message into our lives, then our entire lives will have a purpose. He stated that Baba Guru Ghasidas had communicated his message to society in a simple manner. The message he delivered will live in the collective human society's memory. According to Guru Ghasidas, Satnam is the essence and motivates all living things to stay alert for the truth at all times. Similarly to this, Guru Ghasidas' teaching that "truth is the ornament of man" always motivates us to live our lives according to the genuine path and the true virtues.
The Chief Minister awarded the winners of the State Level Open Panthi Dance Competition.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel awarded cash prizes and trophies to the winners of the state-level Open Panthi dance competition at the Government High School Ground in Nawagarh. The winning team, Satsang Balika Panthi Party Nikum Durg, received a trophy and one lakh 51 thousand rupees. Similarly, Adarsh Panthi party Deori Mungeli got Rs 1 lakh 10 thousand and trophy for the second position and Satya ke Prachar Panthi Navyuvak Pitora (Nandani Ahiwara) got Rs 75 thousand for securing the third position.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel unveiled the state government's New Year calendar
The rainbow hues of Chhattisgarhi culture will be seen in the New Year's calendar
The Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today unveiled the New Year calendar of the Chhattisgarh government in his residential office after a cabinet meeting. In the New Year calendar issued by the Chhattisgarh Government, the attractive pictures expressing the colorful culture of the state are making it look extremely beautiful. Through the New Year calendar, the new model of development created by the Chhattisgarh government in the fields of art, culture, food, festivities, sports, conservation and development of tourist places is being displayed. On the occasion of the calendar release, the members of the Council of Ministers, the Chief Secretary, and the Secretaries of all departments were also present. The picture of Chhattisgarh Mehatari on every page of the calendar, issued with the theme of Chhattisgarhiya Jagar, seems to symbolize the pride and honor of Chhattisgarh.
The Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, while releasing the 2023 calendar of the Chhattisgarh government, gave his New Year’s greetings and best wishes to everyone. The Chief Minister said that he is a common Chhattisgarhiya person. He has done everything that an ordinary Chhattisgarhi villager does in his daily life. His lifestyle has been like any other common man's, and inherently, he is still that common man. The Chhatttisgarhiya flair in his manners and behavior has always been there and will remain so.
He said that our culture is very ancient and prosperous. Our identity is governed by our culture. Culture isn’t created in a day, but is refined through hundreds of years and many generations to reach its current form. It is, therefore, a matter of pride for us. The New Year calendar of the Chhattisgarh government documents our cultural heritage.
Pictures displaying the glory of food donation on the occasion of Chhechhera-Punni Tihar, the beautiful scenery showing the Maghi Punni Mela in Rajim, the grand and beautiful structure of the Shivrinarayan Temple, Chhattisgarhiya sports, and food (Bore Basi), the center of tribal faith- Devgudi, Hareli Tihar, the National Tribal Dance Festival, Teeja Tihar, Bastar Dussehra, Chandkhuri Dham, and Karma festival have been included in the calendar, which is a symbol of Chhattisgarhiya Jagar.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel met the delegation of various communities and social organizations in Nandghat late on Thursday. He asked the representatives about the social activities of their respective communities besides taking their feedback about the implementation of government schemes and programmes.
Chief Minister approved a financial grant of Rs 20 lakh to Nirmalkar Samaj for construction of community hall, Rs 15 lakh to Kalar Samaj for expansion of community building in Navagarh, Rs 15 lakh to Vaishnav Samaj for construction of compound in Nandghat cemetery, Rs 20 lakh to Vaishnav Samaj for construction of community hall in Navagarh and Rs 10 lakh for the land at other site and Rs 5 lakh for the renovation of the building of the Yadav Samaj.
On the demand of the representatives of Kevat Samaj for a hostel in Navagarh, community hall in Nandghat and Dadhi, the Chief Minister talked about providing land as per the rules. He told the representatives of the society to take maximum advantage of the fisheries policy, and biofloc will be given to the people of this community. Stating that this technique has been widely used in Kondagaon, he urged the community people to promote the same. The Chief Minister encouraged the Kevat community to practice fish farming with advanced technology. He said that fish farming should be done in all Gauthans. Loan will also be available for this.
The Chief Minister told the delegation that locals of village Dadhi have taken advantage of the government schemes. There he met a villager who sold cow dung worth four lakhs and built a temple for Lord Krishna. He used his earnings in the interest of society. The delegation of Yadav Samaj expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for declaring Krishna Janmashtami as a dry day in the state.
The Chief Minister told the representatives of social organizations that the government has taken several decisions in the direction of social upliftment of the economically and socially weaker sections of the society. He told the representatives of Gadaria Samaj to get the people of the society to work in Ripa. For this, training will be given and loans will also be arranged. The Chief Minister told the delegation of Nirmalkar Samaj that the people of the society would be given work in Ripa.
The Chief Minister also gave instructions to the officials regarding removal of encroachment from the community hall of Gadaria Samaj in Navagarh. The Chief Minister asked Sonkar, Sikh and other communities to apply for land according to the rules. The delegation of Sahu Samaj expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for declaring a public holiday on Karma Jayanti.
Now no need to turn toward moneylenders, farmers now reaching banks: Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel
CM announces to give Dadhi village a full tehsil status
CM announces opening of Swami Atmanand English medium school village Dadhi
CM announces opening of a District Cooperative Bank branch in Pratappur village
CM announces construction of CC Road from Sahda Dev Chowk to main entrance
CM announces construction of community hall village Dadhi
CM announces construction of road from Semaria to Sendri via Bhainsbod
CM announces to renovate Raja Bada
CM announces construction of a new building for high school in Chargawan and primary school in Tarke
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel on Thursday reached Dadhi village of Nawagarh assembly constituency under the Bemetara district as a part of his mammoth public interaction drive 'Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan'. Addressing the people present in Dadhi village, he said that the farmers of Chhattisgarh are buying agricultural land, investing in agriculture, and building the future of their children. Earlier farmers used to go to the moneylender's house, but now their money remains deposited in the bank. The money being given to the farmers through schemes is coming into the banking system, which will speed up development, this is a big change to bring prosperity to the farmers.
Chief Minister said, "Our state is a rice bowl, yet because of local circumstances, many people had to quit agriculture. Today, though, it appears that the situation has changed. Now farmers are happy in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, speaking at Bhent-Mulaqat, said that he came to the Nawagarh assembly constituency in Dadhi to take feedback and know about the ground reality of the schemes being implemented by the state government. He is accompanied by officials of the Mantralay and members of the assembly constituency. He further said that the purpose of this program is to directly interact with local people.
While discussing loan waiver and paddy procurement, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that the fourth installment of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana will be released on March 31. Even after the COVID crisis, the state government continued to implement various public welfare schemes. The installments were released despite the challenging circumstances. He further said, "This is a beautiful time in Bemetara, crops of papaya, sugarcane, and banana are flourishing. I noticed no hay burning anywhere in Nawagarh. I appreciate you abiding by my request to stop the burning of hay and to donate it to gauthans". He said that the farmers of Chhattisgarh are happy, they are investing in agriculture, fulfilling their needs and so, progress and prosperity are on the rise.
Chief Minister's announcement for village Dadhi
Chief Minister has made various announcement for the Dadhi village which includes giving the full tehsil status to village Dadhi, opening of a Swami Atmanand English medium school, construction of a CC road from Sahda Dev Chowk to the main entrance of the village, a Community hall to be constructed in Dadhi, construction of road from Semaria to Sendri via Bhainsbod, renovation of Raja Bada, opening of a District Cooperative Bank branch in village Pratappur, a new high school for Chargawan and a new building for primary school at Tarke.
Gauthan committee maintains Gauthan with its own funds
Prabhuram, the President of the Damedih Gauthan Committee, said that their committee has received Rs. 6 lakhs. The money is being used for the maintenance of Gauthans. The Chief Minister said that India's socialist leaders always believed policies could not be made while sitting in air-conditioned rooms. The state government is creating schemes in the village and utilizing the money for the village. Prabhuram further said that they had always dreamed of this day. Even ancestors had this dream. Mahatma Gandhi had the same dream. Today, this dream is coming true. The state government under the able leadership of CM Mr.Bhupesh Baghel is using the village’s money for the development of the village.
Persons authorized by Divyangjan can also take ration from the ration shop
A beneficiary raised the issue of differently-abled people going to the ration shop to obtain rations, to which the Chief Minister responded that orders have been issued that in such a circumstance, authorized persons can also take rations according to rules if reaching the shop is a major challenge.
Gend Singh's loan of Rs 90,000 waived off
Verma said that he owns 4.5 acres of land. His debt worth Rs. 90,000 has been waived off. He has used the money for borewell mining. He has also done wire fencing to obtain the Rabi harvest. While interacting with the Chief Minister, Mr. Indru Sahu told that his loan of Rs.1 lakh has been waived off under the loan waiver scheme, he has also sold paddy, and the money has been credited into his account. Hearing this, the Chief Minister asked - what did he take for his wife, in reply Mr. Indru told that he has bought Kardhan for his wife and two daughters-in-law. A beneficiary of Rajiv Gandhi Kissan Nyay Yojana, Anita Sahu, said to the Chief Minister that she is educating her children with the help of the money she obtained from the scheme. The Chief Minister, while praising her, said that she has given the right direction to secure the future of her children.
People praised the Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Bhoomiheen Krishi Mazdoor Nyay Yojana
During the Jan Chaupal, Neelam Sahu, a resident of village Dadhi, said that they have 4 members in the family and they get 40 kg of rice, and two kg of salt free of cost. They have to pay only for the sugar i.e. Rs 17. While interacting with the Chief Minister, Ashish Sinha praised Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Bhoomiheen Krishi Mazdoor Nyay Yojana. He urged to further increase the amount provided under the scheme. Chief Minister replied with a smile on his face and said that Rahul ji had also come and said the same thing. The amount was increased at that time.Chief Minister replied that the price of gas is fixed by the Central Government.
Godhan Nyay Yojana enabled Dulapa to bear her family's expenses
During the Jan Chaupal, when the Chief Minister asked about the Godhan Nyay Yojana, Dulapa Yadav said that she had sold 500 quintals of cow dung. She has received Rs.50,000, and she will soon receive another Rs.50,000. Furthermore, she does not own any farmland. however, she is able to run the house with the money she earns through Godhan Nyay Yojana. While interacting with the Chief Minister Mrs. Leela Sahu said that her group was formed in 2020 and they have earned Rs.2 lakh 82 thousand by selling vermicompost. They are also carrying out works related to Kodo. The Chief Minister praised them after hearing this.
Next installment under Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club Yojana to be released on January 12
During the Jan Chaupal, Panna Lal, a member of Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club Umaria told the Chief Minister about the activities of the club and said that earlier there was no such wonderful scheme. They had organized Ramayana with this amount. Talking about the 'Chhattisgarhiya Olympics', Radhika said that after so many years she played traditional sports like fugdi. Her kids also played and they all enjoyed it a lot. Pradeep Pathak said that they had organized the competition in the village. On this, the Chief Minister said that the next installment will be distributed to the Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club on January 12.
"Chhattisgarh government is the government of farmers, villagers, poor people and laborers": Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
On the demand of people, the Chief Minister announced to upgrade Nandghat as Nagar Panchayat
CM announces to open a Swami Atmanand English medium school in Nandghat
CM announces to open a District Cooperative Bank branch in Badnara
" Your schemes are financially empowering women": Anjala said to Chief Minister
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel on Thursday reached Nandghat village of Nawagarh assembly constituency under Bemetara district as a part of his mammoth public interaction drive 'Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan'. On the demand of public representatives and villagers, the Chief Minister has made several important announcements for this area. He commenced the program by garlanding the portrait of Chhattisgarh Mahtari and singing the state song. Parliamentary Secretary and MLA of Nawagarh Assembly Constituency Mr. Gurudayal Singh Banjare was present on the occasion.
Addressing the program, the Chief Minister said that he is at a state-wide campaign to take feedback and know about the ground reality of the implementation of schemes, whether people are getting the benefits of all the schemes or not and whether people are happy with the schemes or not. As soon as after taking the charge of the government, an order was passed to waive off the loans of the farmers. Lok Sabha MP Mr. Rahul Gandhi had given us 10 days time for loan waiver of farmers, and within 10 hours the government waived off the loan of about Rs.9 thousand crores of 19 lakh farmers for the welfare of the farmers of the state. Despite the constraints imposed by the Central government on purchasing paddy at the support price, the state government is buying paddy from farmers at the highest price possible through support price and Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. Under the scheme, three installments have been transferred to the farmers' account and the fourth installment is to be released on March 31. The Chief Minister said that the maximum support price is being given for sugarcane in the state. Kodo-Kutki is also being procured in the state at the support price, which is the only case in the whole country. This is the government of farmers, villages, poor, and laborers.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel inaugurated and performed Bhumi Pujan of various development works, worth Rs 57 crore 29 lakh 49 thousand for the proper development of Nawagarh assembly constituency. He inaugurated 46 developmental works worth Rs 35 crore 62 lakh 75 thousand and performed Bhumipujan of 14 development works worth Rs.21 crore 66 lakh 74 thousand.
Interacting with Chief Minister, a farmer Harish Mishra told that he is receiving the benefit of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. He owns 50 acres of land, and the loan of Rs.12 lakh 50 thousand taken on this land has been waived off by the government. Farmer Mr. Bhagwat Nirmalkar said that he has 15 acres of land. Under the loan waiver scheme, a loan of Rs.1 lakh 12 thousand has been waived. They got their children married with the money they earned from selling paddy.
Interacting with the Chief Minister in English, Tanu Singh, a class 11 student of Swami Atmanand English Medium School, Nawagarh, said that she is receiving all the facilities in the school like private schools. Good education, a library, and sports facilities are available. Earlier she used to study in a private school, where a lot of money was spent. Mr. Lallu Raut thanked the Chief Minister for the Godhan Nyaya Yojana and sang a song in the beautiful Chhattisgarhi dialect based on the schemes of the state government. Appreciating him, the Chief Minister said that a glimpse of life's philosophy was seen in the song of Shri Lallu Raut. Nirmala Sahu of village Mohtara said that she is cultivating turmeric on 2 acres of land using the ‘Bari Yojana’ and by selling the turmeric, she has earned Rs.40,000. She praised the Godhan Nyay Yojana and said that she has earned Rs.3 lakh 24 thousand 7 hundred by selling vermicompost.
Umesh Kumar of Rajiv Yuva Mitan Group stated that his club has 35 members, all of them participated in the events. He said that the Mitan Club is a fantastic initiative for the development of young people. Mr. Janakram Sen, a beneficiary of the Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Bhumiheen Shramik Nyay Yojana, told that he is receiving the benefits of the scheme. So far he has received Rs.2000 in his account in 3 installments. Thanking the Chief Minister, he said that it is a very good scheme.
Mrs. Anjala Tiwari told that she bought sarees and jewelry by selling vermicompost. Thanking the Chief Minister, she said that women are becoming financially empowered with these schemes. Mr. Khubiram told that he has sold cow dung worth Rs. 40 thousand under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. He bought a mobile for Rs 10,000 from the money he earned.
Announcements made by Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel in the 'Bhent-Mulaqat' program organized at Nandghat village falling under Nawagarh Assembly Constituency
1. Swami Atmanand English medium school to be opened in village Nandghat.
2. Mangal Bhawan will be constructed in Nandghat.
3. New buildings will be constructed for higher secondary schools in Badnara and Nandghat.
4. A new rest house will be constructed in Nandghat.
5. Branch of District Cooperative Bank to be opened in Badnara.
6. Road will be constructed from Nawagarh turn Bemetara to Mungeli border via Navagarh.
7. A new building will be constructed for the middle school in Chakravay.
8. Announcement of Rs.25 lakh for the development works of Nandghat Panchayat.
Chief Minister arrived at Kathia (Raanka) village of Bemetara assembly constituency under his Bhent-Mulaqat campaign, made many important announcements
Gram Panchayat Kusmi will be made Nagar Panchayat
Swami Atmanand English Medium School will be opened in Kusmi and Ranka Kathia
Announcement of upgradation and renovation of Jewra-Arjuni-Boriya road
Construction of a Community Hall, a Higher Secondary School building and Chana Gheghri Ghat in village Ranka-Kathia announced
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, while addressing the general public during Bhent-Mulaqat program in village Kathia (Ranka) of Berla development block in Bemetara assembly constituency, said that state government's scheme are bringing prosperity in the homes of the poor. Godhan Nyay Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, Suraji Gaon Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi Rural Landless Agricultural Laborer Justice Yojana, Haat Bazar Clinic Yojana are benefitting the common people. Mr. Baghel said that the aim of our government is to boost the income of common people, and all our schemes are formulated around this objective.
During the programme, Lakshmi Banjare, a resident of Anand village, told that her group Jai self-help group joined the Gauthan and started making vermicompost organic fertilizer. So far, her group has earned an income of Rs 10 lakh 14 thousand by selling vermicompost. There are 10 women members in the group, and each of them have earned Rs 1 lakh each. He told that the women of the group are supporting their families by selling organic fertilizers. Some have bought a TV, some could build a house, some have bought a scooty for their husband. Chief Minister said that these schemes have brought prosperity in the homes of the poor. At the Bhent-Mulaqat program, 65-year-old Kimina Banjare, a resident of Anand village, told that from the income she earned by selling vermicompost, she has bought a motorcycle for her husband and has also bought a TV set for the house. Chief Minister congratulated her on her financial empowerment.
Chief Minister made many announcements at the programme
Chief Minister made several announcements for the development of the area during the Bhent-Mulaqat program. He announced that Gram Panchayat Kusmi will be made a Nagar Panchayat, besides construction of community hall, higher secondary school building in village Ranka-Kathia was also announced. Administrative approval for Chana Gheghri Ghat has also been announced.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said in his address to the programme that the state government has made schemes for every section of people in the state. State Government has made a scheme for Protection of Gauvansh as well. The main objective of the government is to bring positive changes in the lives of farmers and tribal people. He told that the universal PDS scheme has been formulated so that people of all sections of the state get the right to food. Our first decision after coming into power was to give loan waiver to the farmers, in which loans of 19 lakh farmers were waived off. Our government is implementing the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana for the farmers. Farmers will get its fourth installment on March 31.
Chief Minister said that the state government is giving the highest price for paddy to the farmers. The promise was 2500 but by including the support price and input subsidy, we are giving Rs 2640 and 2660 per quintal to the farmers for paddy. Chief Minister said that paddy procurement has been simplified for the convenience of the farmers. Online token arrangements have been made. Chief Minister commenced Bhent-Mulaqat program by garlanding the photo of Chhattisgarh Mahtari, lighting the lamp and singing the state song. Several public representatives including MLA Mr. Ashish Chhabra were present on the stage along with the Chief Minister.
During the program, farmer Kheduram told Chief Minister that he had 25 acres of land. He has sold paddy at the support price. He is getting the benefits of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, and awaiting the fourth installment of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. Farmer Khedu Ram told that he practices organic farming, for this he makes organic manure in his own yard. His dream is to sell the organic crop abroad. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that for taking other crops instead of paddy, farmers are given Rs 10,000 per acre as exchange grant under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. For this, the farmer has to inform about the change of crop.
Farmer Derha Ram, a resident of village Chetwa, praised all the schemes made for the welfare of the farmers. He told that he has 2.50 acres of land, the loan taken on this land has been forgiven. Mrs. Yamuna, a resident of Kathia, told the Chief Minister that her ration card has not been issued after her request for the change of address. After listening to her problem, Chief Minister instructed the Collector to ensure the issuance of her ration card. Mrs. Shesh Kumari Dewangan, a resident of village Rampur, told that she bought anklets from the money earned by selling cow dung worth Rs.37,000. Mrs. Shesh Kumari appreciated the scheme and said that now cow dung has become precious commodity. Santoshi Puraina told that his ration card has been issies and she is recieving rice, salt and sugar every month.
In the programme, Mr. Deendayal Sahu, the beneficiary of Haat Bazar Clinic Scheme, told that he has received good treatment that too free of cost under the scheme. Chief Minister told him that the state government has Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme, under which treatment up to Rs 5 lakh can be availed. Mr. Rooplal of Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club told Chief Minister that there are 28 members in his club. They are participating in all social and cultural events.
"We are directly interacting with the public, people get an opportunity to share their views and problems": CM Mr.Baghel
CM announced for opening a new sub-tehsil office in Devarbija
CM announced for opening a District Cooperative Bank branch in Saldha
CM announced for construction of fully equipped town hall in Devarbija
CM announced for construction of a 4 km road from village Hardi to Lata
CM announced for upgradation of Parpoda High School as Higher Secondary and Primary School Khamharia M as Pre Middle School
CM announced for opening a paddy procurement sub-center in Keshadbari
CM announced for opening a sub-health center in Gram Panchayat Ghotmarra
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel reached Dewarbija village of the Bemetara assembly constituency on December 28 as a part of his mammoth public interaction drive 'Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan' across the state. Addressing the people he said this is the first time that people are holding a mic in front of a CM. People are telling their problems and views. This has never happened before. Our government is directly interacting with the public.
During the Jan Chaupal, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that the state government has made various schemes for every section of society. The state government is interacting with people in the state-wide Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan and taking feedback about the implementation of schemes from the beneficiaries. People especially the rural populace are interacting with Chief Minister and telling their problems openly and directly to him. People's problems are also being solved in this program.
He said that it is the endeavor of the state government that the benefits of the schemes should reach the maximum number of people. The benefits of government schemes have reached the beneficiaries even during the pandemic. Discussing the loan waiver scheme, he said that when the scheme was implemented, some farmers had sold their paddy but their money was returned through loan waiver. About Rs.1200 crore were returned. Chief Minister asked the people about loan waiver, people raised their hands and said 'yes' in one voice. He said that the installment of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana is proven to be a boon for the farmers in their time of need. The money is needed the most during farming and festivals. The amount of this scheme is provided in four installments.
Chief Minister's announcements
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel announced for the establishment District Cooperative Bank branch in village Saldha and a new sub-tehsil office in Gram Panchayat Devarbija. He announced for well-equipped Manglik Bhavan (Townhall) in Devarbija, construction of a 4 km road from village Hardi to Lata, upgradation of Parpoda High School to Higher Secondary School and Primary School Khamharia M to Pre Middle School, Paddy Purchase Center at Keshadbari , a sub-health centre at Gram Panchayat Ghotmarra and construction of embankment in Shivnath river at village Saldha.
Bhuneshwari bought a secondhand car by selling vermicompost
During the Jan Chaupal, Mrs. Bhuneshwari of Sankara told their group is producing vermicompost and so far they have produced and sold Vermicompost worth Rs 5 lakh 38 thousand. All the members of the group are earning a good income. Bhuneshwari told that she bought a secondhand car recently, and she and her husband shared the expenditure on the car 50-50. Chief Minister appreciated her saying that their partnership is bringing joy to the family. Ramkhilavan Sahu of Keshadbari village told that he has two and a half acres of land. The loan of Rs.2 lakh 36 thousand has been waived off. He told that it is now very convenient to bear the expenses of the family.
Fancy store and rice mill by selling cow dung
Bharti Verma told that she started a fancy store by selling cow dung. She also started a mini rice mill has also been opened through which she is earning a good income. The Chief Minister praised her and asked how do you manage so much work. Ramkhilavan Vaishnav of Chikhali village told that he is a beneficiary of Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Bhumiheen Krishi Majdoor Nyay Yojana. Till now three installments have been received, and this scheme is helping a lot. Balram Patel, the beneficiary of Chief Minister's Haat Bazar Clinic Yojana, told that he is getting regular benefits. The Chief Minister asked how much the money was needed, to which Balram said - "kabar laghi kaka"( why to pay, uncle).
During the Jan Chaupal, the Chief Minister told the villagers about the 'Mukhyamantri Vishesh Swasthya Sahayata' Yojana and said that for the treatment of serious diseases, financial aid up to Rs.20 lakh is provided under this scheme. Tripti Rajput, a student of Swami Atmanand English Medium School told that she is studying in Devarbija. Speaking in English, Tripti said that her school has a proper playground. She is studying well in school. A local person from the public told about the problem related to his eye, on which the Chief Minister, taking a quick decision, announced a financial aid of Rs.2 lakh.
Our farmers become prosperous, their development is our first priority": Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
CM announced for opening of a new college in Thelka and Bortara
Swami Atmanand English Medium Excellent School to be opened in Thelka,Parpodi, and Mohgaon
CM announced for opening of a Primary Health Center at Thelka and Khairjhitikala and High School at Gopalpur and Darri
CM announced to upgrade High schools of Suvaratala, Ghotwani, Kanhera, Dhivri, and Koppedbari into Higher Secondary Schools
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel reached Thelka village of Saja assembly constituency under Bemetara district on December 27 as a part of his mammoth public interaction drive 'Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan' across the state. In his address at Bhent-Mulaqat, he said "Chhattisgarh's existence as a state was our ancestors' dream. Ensuring the prosperity and development of our farmers is our top priority. Loans to be waived off were promised in the election campaign, and as soon as our new government took charge, the loan of 19 lakh farmers' totaling Rs.9500 thousand crores was waived off.". He further stated that effective measures have been taken to enhance the situation of farmers. Along with providing a fair price for paddy, support prices for other crops have also been announced. In the first year, paddy was purchased for Rs.2500 per quintal; however, now even more prices are available for the purchase of paddy. He said that the fourth installment of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana will be released to all beneficiaries on March 31.
Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel said that the core objective of the state government is to improve the economic condition of the common people and to provide quality education to the children. He said that ITI is being upgraded. Free treatment and medicines are being provided to people under health schemes. Schemes like Haat Bazar Clinic are being run. The government is taking steps to promote the culture of Chhattisgarh. Ram Van Gaman tourism circuit is being developed. He said that work is being done to promote the local culture of different regions of Chhattisgarh.
Chief Minister's announcements
Chief Minister made several important announcements for the development of Thelka village which include opening of new colleges in Thelka and Bortara, opening of Primary Healthcare Center in Thelka and Khairjhitikala, opening of Swami Atmanand English Medium School of Excellence in Thelka/Parpodi/Mohgaon, opening of High Schools in Gopalpur and Darri, upgradation of High Schools to a Higher Secondary Schools in Suvratala, Ghotwani, Kanhera, Dhivri, Kopedbari, construction of a bridge on Dotu stream near Tendua Navapara, bridge on Karra Nala at the Bortara road, bridge on Kongiyakala Surhi river and bridge construction in Padumsara, upgradation of Devkar Primary Healthcare Center into a Community Healthcare Center, construction of Sara-Bortara - Parpodi road, construction of Gadadih -Bundeli Devkar road, construction of Bija - Keshtara - Lalpur - Thelka - Beltara - Bhendarwani - Chilfi road, construction of Tiriyabhat - Devkar - Jamgaon road, construction of Beltara - Somai Khurd road , construction of Mini stadium in Mungsatola ,Thelka and Mohgaon, construction of Higher Secondary School building in Suvartala, Kehka and Kongiyakala, construction of Sarv Mangalik Bhavan in Thelka, construction of Gada Bhata - Bharda Lodi road and construction of a bridge on Surhi River in Bhandarwani.
Santoshi Bai bought half an acre of land by selling cow dung
While interacting with the Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel, Paras Patel of Tedhi village stated that Rs 2.50 lakh of his loan has been waived off. Along with being able to celebrate festivals with the money he earns from farming, he is now able to fulfill all of his responsibilities towards his family extremely well. When asked by the Chief Minister about the Godhan Nyaya Yojana, Santoshi Bai said that she has sold cow dung worth Rs.2 lakh and is also selling cow milk. She is paying for the education of her children and also bought half an acre of land using this money. After listening to her, Chief Minister gave her best wishes.
Umesh Sahu, a member Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club said that there are 55 to 60 members in his club. They all took part in Chhattisgarhi Olympics. Along with this, they are also participating in other programs including the Ramayana competition. The Chief Minister told him that the installment of Rs 25,000 will be deposited in the account of the club on January 12 next year.
Women's group gifted a jacket made of banana stem fiber
During the meeting, the women's group of village Rakhi gifted a jacket made of banana stem fiber to Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. He thanked them. Farmer Mr. Dilip Mishra told the Chief Minister that he has 3 acres of land. He had a loan of Rs.4 lakhs for 15 years, and all of his loans have been waived off. He said that he got the honor of being called a farmer in 2019 after becoming debt free. The Chief Minister congratulated him. Naveen Mishra of village Somekhurd said that his loan of Rs 2.50 lakh was waived off. He also recited his poem as well. Chandraprakash Rajput of Gadadih village told that crop production has increased with vermicompost and the soil has also become soft which is very beneficial for the crops. After the meeting, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel met the children of Swami Atmanand English Medium School and took information about their education. The Chief Minister also posed for photographs with the children.
Performed bhoomipujan and inaugurated development work worth Rs.87.77 crore at Thelka
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated and performed Bhumi Pujan of 72 developmental works worth Rs.87.77 crores for village Thelka. This includes the inauguration of development work worth Rs 51.57 crore and performed Bhoomipujan of development work worth Rs 36.19 crore.
In the meeting, Shashibala Sahu of Saja village told that she is receiving 35 kg of rice. The Chief Minister asked about salt, sugar, rice, gas cylinder, and kerosene. Shashibala Sahu told that ration, salt and sugar are being provided regularly. A gas cylinder is of Rs.1200 and kerosene oil is of Rs.100 per liter, both are very expensive. On this, the Chief Minister said that the central government decides the price of petrol-diesel and oils.