Chhattisgarh / Dhamtari
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel while addressing the villagers in Bhatgaon in Dhamtari District, emphasized that the government has implemented various schemes...
Important announcements by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel in the Bhent-Mulakat program at Bhatgaon village in Dhamtari distric
1. Swami Atmanand English Medium School to begin in Aamdi.
2. The Industrial Training Center of Gram Panchayat Bhatgaon will be named in honor of freedom fighter Lt. Manrakhan Dewangan.
3. Tumrabhar and Devpur villages will soon have a new sub-health center.
4. Mongaraghan will be home to the newly established District Co-operative Bank.
5. Mauli Mata Temple of Gram Panchayat Bhatgaon will undergo renovation and various construction works.
6. The High School in Devpur Village will be upgraded to a Higher Secondary School.
7. Construction and repair work will take place at Swami Atmanand School.
8. Bhatgaon Gauthan will acquire equipment for establishing a natural paint unit.
9. Administrative approval has been granted for lining and repair work along Mahanadi Main Canal, spanning RD 390 to 1000 meters and RD 1000 meters to 15000 meters.
10. The Bhoyna reservoir's dam and canals will undergo lining and development work for concrete structures.
11. Repair work for gates and canals of Mongaraghan diversion is scheduled.
Bhent Mulakat; Dhamtari Assembly Constituency
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel while addressing the villagers in Bhatgaon in Dhamtari District, emphasized that the government has implemented various schemes aimed at improving the income of all sections of society.
We are delighted that everyone is benefiting from government schemes, we have started the tradition of holidays on local festivals to promote culture, we are encouraging sports, we have restored Dev Gudis to promote tribal culture.
The town of Shivrinarayan and a grand temple dedicated to Mata Kaushalya in Chandkhuri is visited by hundreds of devotees; we are organizing an International Ramayan Convention from June 1-3, where teams from all over the world will participate.
We have also developed Gauthans to strengthen the rural economy.
Chief Minister Shri Baghel visits Hanchalpur Gauthan, impressed by women's contribution to rural livelihoods
Inspects cow dung paint, organic manure, and earthworm production; praises women's efforts
Meets Women's Self-Help Groups, encourages them for financial independence
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel is on a visit to Kurud Assembly Constituency falling under the Dhamtari district as a part of his statewide "Bhent Mulaqat Abhiyan''. The visit began with an inspection of the Hanchalpur Gauthan.
A shed worth Rs 71.91 lakhs has been constructed here as a part of the Mahatma Gandhi Rural Industrial Park scheme to promote livelihoods. Women's self-help groups are running various income-generating activities in the Gauthan.
The Gauthan also has a unit for cow dung paint production. The Chanchal Women's Self-Help Group is operating the unit and producing natural cow dung paint. To date, they have produced 1200 liters of natural cow dung paint, of which 300 liters have been sold, generating a revenue of Rs 67,500 for the group.
In addition, the women's group has purchased 730.68 quintals of cow dung for organic manure production. This has resulted in a revenue of Rs 2.72 lakh for the group.
The Mahamaya Kisan Abhiruchi Women's Self-Help Group has generated a yield of 35.24 quintals of earthworms during earthworm production at the Hanchalpur Gauthan. This has resulted in a profit of Rs 5,51,000 from the sale of 21 quintals of earthworms by the group.
In addition to these activities, mushroom cultivation, goat farming, poultry farming, sale of eggs, and fish farming are also being carried out here, which is making women financially stronger.
Chief Minister Shri Baghel impressed by women SHG's work in Hanchalpur Gauthan
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, inspected the production process of cow dung paint in Hanchalpur Gauthan, paying close attention to its details.
The women members of the group presented a rose flower to the Chief Minister, which he held in his hand while inspecting the Gauthan.
Impressed by the work of the women members, Shri Baghel praised their efforts and emphasized that the empowerment of women in the state will make the state stronger.
Announcements by Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel in Kurud Assembly Constituency’s Bhent Mulaqat Abhiyan
Announcements by Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel in Kurud Assembly Constituency’s Semra-B during the Bhent Mulaqat Abhiyan:
1. Widening and strengthening of Kurud, Charra, Katalbod, Navagaon road will be carried out.
2. Widening and strengthening of Gadadih, Parakhanda, Gudguda, Nari road will be done.
3. Widening and strengthening of Kurmatarai, Bhandra, Korra Jugdehi, Silauti, Semra, Arkar road will be done.
4. Vertinary medical in Gram Panchayat Semra B will be upgraded to Vertiniary hospital.
5. Various developmental works will be carried out in Swami Atmanand Excellent English Medium School situated in Bhakhara.
6. Muktidham will be constructed in Siri and Korra village that comes under Gram Panchayat Gatapara.
7. Boys primary school in Gram Panchayat Bhendri will be renamed after Freedom fighter Lt. Shivprasad Sahu.
8. A Shed and manure godown will be constructed in paddy procurement center of Gram Panchayat Semra B.
9. A building will be constructed for the District Cooperative Bank in Korra village.
Inaugurates and performs Bhoomipujan of development projects worth Rs 82.39 crore in Kurud Assembly Constituency
Invites laborers to attend a conference for laborers to be held in Raipur on May Day
Government schemes brought economic prosperity, says the farmers
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel on Friday visited Kurud assembly constituency, as a part of his 'Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan', to meet with rural populations of Semra village and assess the implementation of government schemes on the ground. He also inaugurated and performed Bhoomipujan of development projects worth Rs 82.39 crores. This includes the inauguration of 31 works costing Rs 45.27 crores and Bhoomipujan of 34 projects amounting to Rs 37 crores.
Addressing the programme, Chief Minister stated that his government is working for the benefit of laborers and providing financial assistance to landless laborers. He also announced that a conference for laborers would be held in Raipur on the occasion of May Day. In his address to the laborers, he emphasized that they are the backbone of the state, and their interests will always be protected.
The event was attended by Women and Child Development and District Incharge Minister Smt. Anila Bhediya, Sihawa MLA Dr. Lakshmi Dhruv, Additional Chief Secretary Smt. Renu G Pillay, Chief Minister's Secretary Dr S. Bharatidasan, Divisional Commissioner Shri Yashwant Kumar, and SP Shri Prashant Thakur, along with other dignitaries and officers.
Chief Minister interacts with farmers, emphasizes on the importance of organic farming
Chief Minister commenced his programme by speaking with the farmers. A farmer from Bhakhara stated that they have achieved good results with vermicompost, and have not had any crop diseases, which has resulted in significant cost savings. In addition, a loan of Rs 3 lakh has been waived, and the government's announcement to purchase 20 quintals of paddy per acre at a support price is expected to be a great benefit to the farmers. Govind Ram Sahu shared that he has received the entire installment of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana and that he has one-acre land and his debt has been waived under the loan waiver scheme. When the topic of vermicompost was brought up, Basanti Sahu shared that their group produces vermicompost and that it has been selling well. Their group has already produced vermicompost worth Rs 77,000. Chief Minister emphasized the importance of using organic fertilizer to improve land fertility.
Mobile Medical Unit brings medical services to Haat Bazaar
When the Chief Minister asked about the mobile medical unit operating in Haat Bazaar, Amrit Lal Sahu from Bhendarwani replied that it is a very good scheme. He explained that under this scheme, they don't have to travel to a hospital since medical services are brought to their doorstep. When they go to Haat Bazaar, they receive free treatment and medication. Rajeshwari also shared that her 3-year-old son was weak before, but he has become completely healthy and fit thanks to the 'Mukhyamantri Suposhan Abhiyan'.
Chief Minister lauds farmer's efforts to educate daughter
Priyanshu Das Manikpur, a student of Swami Atmanand English Medium School, shared with the Chief Minister that they have good and well-qualified teachers in the school, adding that his father is also a teacher in a government school. The education here is excellent. He expressed his gratitude to the Chief Minister.
Sanya Gaikwad, a Commerce student studying at Swami Atmanand English Medium School in Kurud, mentioned that her father is a farmer. The Chief Minister acknowledged her father's efforts in ensuring her education. Sanya added that previously she had to pay hefty fees of Rs 30,000 and bear the total cost of up to Rs 50,000 adding bus fare. However, now she can use the saved money for higher education.
Important Announcements Chief Minister made several significant announcements related to development works in Semara B. These included plans to widen and strengthen the Kurud-Charra-Katlabod-Navagaon road, the Gadhadih-Parakhanda-Gudguda Nari road, as well as the Kurmatarai, Bhendra, Korra Jugdehi, Silauti, Semra, Arakar road.
In addition, Chief Minister announced the upgradation of veterinary medical in Semra B to veterinary hospital, various construction works at the Swami Atmanand English Medium School in Bhakhara Nagar Panchayat, the construction of Muktidham in Sirri and Korra under the Gram Panchayat Gatapar, renaming of Boys primary school in Bhendari under the Gram Panchayat in honor of freedom fighter late Shivprasad Sahu (teacher), and the construction of a shed and fertilizer godown at the Semra paddy procurement center in Semra Gram Panchayat. Lastly, the Chief Minister also announced plans for the construction of a building for the District Cooperative Bank in Korra Village.
Primary Health Center, Nari received a national certificate for excellent health services and superior treatment of patients
Health services are being continuously expanded on the instructions of Collector Mr. Raghuvanshi
Health Center, Nari received the Certificate for National Quality Assurance Standard
This certificate was awarded to Primary Health Center, Nari for superior performance in 6 departments
Primary Health Center Nari received the highest 93.1 percent marks out of 100 on the basis of standards
The Primary Health Center in Nari under the Dhamtari district received the National Quality Assurance Standard Certificate from the Central Health and Family Welfare Ministry. This certificate was awarded by the Government of India to the Primary Health Center, Nari for superior work performance in 6 departments. As per the instructions of the Collector Rituraj Raghuvanshi and under the guidance of the Health Department, healthcare services are being continuously expanded in the district. It is for these reasons that the Primary Health Center, Nari has been awarded the N.Q.A.S. certificate on a national level.
The Chief Medical and Health Officer said that on 16 and 17 January 2023, a team of senior specialist doctors from various states of the Government of India scrutinized the standard of work at Primary Health Center, Nari. The team analyzed the work of each department, including the maintenance of documents, services provided to patients, and cleanliness. They also visited all wards and talked to the patients. Thereafter, they evaluated the health center based on pre-defined standards. The certificate was awarded to the hospital after it was found to comply with all the standards and all formalities were fulfilled. The Chief Medical and Health Officer also said that the N.Q.A.S. certification is proof that the hospital is complying with all the standards defined by the Government and is providing proper treatment to patients. It is noteworthy that to ensure better healthcare facilities in Government hospitals, a National Quality Assurance Standard (N.Q.A.S.) team is formed by the Central Government. The team gives marks after surveying institutions according to standards set by various departments and the Government. The 6 departments of Primary Health Center, Nari, namely, OPD, labor room, O.P.D. lab, National Program, and General Administration were given the highest 93.1 percent marks out of 100. Primary Health Center, Nari has been awarded the maximum marks.
State government is fulfilling the promise made to the public”: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Chief Minister reaches Khisora village of Sihawa assembly constituency under Dhamtari district
CM announced to start a sub-divisional officer revenue link court in Magarlod
CM announced to upgrade Karelibadi as a sub-tehsil
CM announced to build a Mini stadium in Khisora ground
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel reached Khisora village of the Sihawa assembly constituency under the Dhamtari district as a part of his mammoth public interaction drive ‘Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan’. He directly interacted with the villagers and took information about the implementation of the welfare schemes of the state government at the ground level. Addressing the villagers on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that he is fulfilling the promise he had made to the public. He further said that he has come to Khisora to meet the people and asked about their well-being. He said that Dhamtari is the largest producer of paddy and grains and has a maximum number of rice mills.
Referring to the farmer-friendly schemes, the Chief Minister said that as soon as the government was formed, we first waived the loans of the farmers. Chhattisgarh is the first state where farmers are getting Rs.2500 per quintal price of paddy including support price and input subsidy. He said that till now 3 instalments of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana have been transferred to the bank accounts of beneficiaries and, the fourth instalment will be released before 31st March. The Chief Minister asked about paddy procurement, gunny bags, weighing, paddy lifting and payment. He said that they are fulfilling all the promises they have made. The Chief Minister said that the state government has decided to give 35 kg of rice to one family. The process of making everyone’s ration card is in progress. He took information about the ration card from the villagers.
Chief Minister Shri Baghel commenced the ‘Bhent-Mulaqat’ programme by garlanding the portrait of Chhattisgarh Mahtari. The state song "Arpa Pari Ke Dhar" was also played and sung on the occasion. Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhediya, MLA Dr. Lakshmi Dhruv were also present on this occasion.
Shobharam built his house from Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana’s money
During the meeting, the Chief Minister asked the villagers whose loan was waived off. In response, hundreds of villagers raised their hands and said yes in one voice. Shobharam Sahu of village Channa told that he has 3 acres of land, his Rs.50 thousand loan was waived off, and he used the amount of the third instalment of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana to build a house. He arranged the function of his grandson’s naming ceremony with money received under this scheme. Praising the arrangements made for paddy procurement, he thanked the Chief Minister and said that the farmers are now happy.
Farmers no need to rely on moneylenders, they are now turning to banks
Kamlesh Nishad of Khisora village said he owns 4.25 acres of land and that a loan of Rs 49 thousand had been waived off. Within two days of selling paddy, money was deposited into the account. The Chief Minister asked him about the money he received from the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. Kamlesh said that he used this amount to purchase a Super Splendor vehicle and, he will inaugurate his new bike at his in-law's place. Meanwhile, Kamlesh said that the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana has benefited farmers. Previously, they use to go to moneylenders during festivals; now, they go to banks.
Pyarelal said that he is getting the benefit of the Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Bhumiheen Krishi Majdoor Nyay Yojana. He praised this scheme. Somesh Kumar Yadav of village Khisora told that he sold 215 quintals of cow dung, and earned Rs.65 thousand. He is managing the expenses of his children’s education with money and praised Godhan Nyay Yojana. A member of the women's SHGs told that by manufacturing vermicompost, her group earned an income of Rs.2 lakhs. Krishna Kumar earned Rs.57 thousand 770 by selling cow dung. He built a house by selling cow dung and used the amount to get treatment when he fell sick. Rukhmani told that the doctor in Haat Bazar Clinic gives free treatment. She is taking treatment for a year. She praised the plan. The Chief Minister also asked about the Khubchand Baghel Swasthya Sahayata Yojana, Vishesh Swasthya Sahayata Yojana and Forest Lease from the villagers.
Vimal Netam told that he has got land of 1 acre 60 decimals on lease. He also sells paddy on lease. He told that there is no Gauthan in the dependent village of Gram Panchayat. He also talked about making ‘aavarti charai’. He also requested that instead of procuring 15 quintals per acre paddy, 20 quintals should be procured. The Chief Minister told that his intention is to procure all paddy from the farmers and also the paddy of the rabi crop. He also said that the state government will purchase all paddy of both Kharif and Rabi seasons when they receive approval from the Government of India to produce ethanol from surplus paddy.
The Chief Minister asked about the caste certificate. Shubham told that he is facing difficulty in making a caste certificate as his land record is not available. The Chief Minister said that he need to get a proposal from the panchayat according to the rules for caste certificates. While being asked about the Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club Yojana, Ramkrishna Sahu said that under this scheme there is a total of 40 members of which 12 are females. The funds received under this scheme are used for sports, tree planting, village development, and panchayat assistance. He praised the scheme and said that the scheme is very good. Somesh Kumar of Khisora told that he is managing the household expenses by selling cow dung.
A woman from village Kapalphodi said that she has two and a half acres of land, and she cultivates vegetables in some parts of the land, but due to the sandy land production has come down. The Chief Minister informed that the government is planning to make ethanol from maize and sugarcane. Permission has been sought from the Government of India for the ethanol plant to be set up. When asked about caste certificates, Sunil Nagarchi said that a record of 50 years is needed for a caste certificate but his record is not available. The Chief Minister said that apply with a proposal from the Gram Sabha. He instructed Kurud SDM to inform about the update of Nagarachi caste's application this evening.
Announcements made by the Chief Minister in village Khisora of Sihawa assembly constituency
The Chief Minister made several announcements on the demand of villagers and public representatives in the village Khisora. He announced to start sub-divisional officer revenue link court in Magarlod two days a week, a sub-tehsil status to Karelibadi, construction of a high school in Khisora, construction of a new primary school building in Bastipara of Khisora, beautification of Khisora Bala Talab. He also announced for a new building of Primary Agricultural Credit Cooperative Society, construction of a community hall in Gram Panchayat Motimpur, solar dual pump to be set up at Budhigarh tourist place in Singpur area, Devgudi construction and repair work in Gram Panchayat Singpur and mini stadium in Khisora Maidan.
Dhamtari Money related issues killing a 33-year-old man
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Minister Kawasi Lakhma threatened, said- Sukma will take development money if not voted
Kawasi Lakhma openly threatened the voters, saying that if not voted, I will take the money of Dhamtari (Sukma), Dantewada.
Dhamtari The excise minister of Chhattisgarh (Kawasi Lakhma) is quite famous for his statements. Sometimes the SP-Collector has caught the collar, sometimes the statements made by the prohibition on liquor ban, Minister Lakhma have now threatened the voters. Let us know that the Minister in-charge of the district, Kavasi Lakhma, who arrived on Friday in the campaign for the urban body elections, gave a big statement. Kawasi Lakhma openly threatened the voters, saying that if not voted, I will take the money of Dhamtari (Sukma), Dantewada.
Minister Kawasi Lakhma said…
During the campaign on Friday, Minister Kawasi Lakhma in Dhamtari said that if he does not win the election of Mayor, then he will take the money of Dhamtari to Sukma, Dantewada. He said that if he wins the election, I will also bring the money of Bastar to Dhamtari. Now this video of Minister Kavasi Lakhma is also becoming quite viral on social media. Also during the campaign, he said that every Congressman will campaign by becoming CM Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel). But even then if possible, we will try to get a meeting in the Chief Minister's Dhamtari.
Earlier also gave 'disputed' statement
It is known that five-time MLA from Konta assembly constituency of Naxal-affected Sukma district of Chhattisgarh and current Excise and Industry Minister Kavasi Lakhma are often in the discussion for their statements. Recently, the video of the minister's teacher's program has gone viral. In this video, Lakhma was seen saying to the children that if they want to become big leaders, then grab the collar of SP-Collector. So at the same time, he had given a controversial statement about liquor ban, which caused a lot of uproar.