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Dismissal of proposed amendments in forest law Congress Government - Kisan Sabha

The Chhattisgarh Kisan Sabha has opposed the proposed amendments in the Indian Forest Act by the BJP Government of the Center and said that this has exposed the anti-tribal and corporate character of the BJP government.


In a statement released here today, Rishi Gupta, general secretary of Kisan Sabha, said that if these amendments are accepted, then tribal rights law and Pesa law will be completely neutralized, as the proposed amendments will be given to Forest Officers To restrict the rights of people living in and to harass them, to displace them without their consent and to corporate Gives unlimited rights to delegates to forest areas. Many streams of these proposed amendments are the same as Armed Forces (Privilege) law like 22A (c), 26 (3), 29 (3), 30 (b), 34 (c), 66 (2) etc. It is clear from this that this government is declaring a war against 10 million tribals residing in forests.


The Kisan Sabha leader has said that the opinion of the state governments on these amendments has been sought and the Congress should dismiss the Bhupesh Baghel Government without delays. The Kisan Sabha has raised objection even at the time of the proposed amendments, as this step deprives the government of giving new opportunities to policy decisions.


He said that it is clear from the corporate policies which are being implemented by this government, that the real intention of the government is to entrust the affluent forest estate to the corporates and to crush every legitimate voice and movement that arises against it. The Kisan Sabha has said that the efforts of this government have been thwarted in the case of eviction from the forest and in this case it will be defeated by the mass movement. This issue will also be made into the electoral agenda in the state.

Sanjay Parate

Chhattisgarh Kisan Sabha

Noorani Chowk, Rajtailab, Raipur (C.G.)

Lok Sabha elections 2019: BJP will be able to win the hat-trick of this seat?

In the reserved Lok Sabha seat for the only SC category of Chhattisgarh, there is a complete possibility of contesting the contest in Janjgir-Champa. In the Janjgir-Champa Lok Sabha seat, besides the BJP, Congress, BSP has also lost its fate. BSP, Congress and BJP all have declared their candidates in this seat. Significantly, the BJP has changed the two-time Kamla Devi Patlal, and has thrown Juharam Ajghle into the ground. At the same time Congress has new faces Ravishhekhar Bhadwaj and BSP from Daruram Ratnakar Ground. The BJP has bet on the new face by not giving tickets to its current MP Kamla Devi Patale.

In the Janjgir-Champa seat, BJP has won two successive elections. But after the defeat in the assembly elections, the BJP's hat-trick is not easy to see. In this BJP-occupied parliamentary seat, the Congress vote share has been the highest in the assembly elections. After this, the BSP-JCCJ and the BJP behind it. This Lok Sabha seat is one of the only seats of the reserved reserved for SC category. Regardless, its BJP is claiming to win this seat. BJP spokesperson Sachchidanand Upasena says that this seat has full potential for triangular struggle. Its benefits will be given to the BJP only.

Details of the votes cast in the Assembly elections


Year    Congress    BJP      BSP

2009    214931     302142   175979
2014    343948     518909   125617
2018    593596     483770   488085


Janjgir-Champa parliamentary constituency comes in 8 assembly seats, in which 4 Congress, 2 BJP and 2 are held by BSP. The Congress's rise in the vote share of the 2018 Assembly elections has been huge. The Congress has fielded Ravishhekhar Bharadwaj and BJP from Guharmam Ajgale and BSP has fielded Daruram Ratnakar in the election. All the parties are fighting for their victory.

PCC spokesman Ghanshyam Raju Tiwari says that Congress is constantly working for all sections. Our candidate will have the advantage. Congress will win 11 seats in 11 Lok Sabha seats. At the same time BSP state president Hemant Piyam says that we are preparing well in the field. S-two seats and on which we are foaming. We are comfortable with our victory.

Lok Sabha Election 2019: Congress announces candidates for 4 seats in Chhattisgarh

Late night Congress declared candidates in Bilaspur, Rajnandgaon, Raipur and Mahasamund constituencies.

For the Lok Sabha elections in Chhattisgarh, the Congress has declared its candidates in four seats. Prior to this, the Congress had declared candidates in the first list of five out of 11 seats in the state. Considering the BJP's strategy, after the brainstorming, the Congress has prepared its list.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel reached Raipur late Friday evening by joining the Central Election Committee meeting. In discussions with the media, he said that the names have been fixed on the seats and names will be announced at any time. Late night Congress declared candidates in Bilaspur, Rajnandgaon, Raipur and Mahasamund constituencies.

State Lok Sabha seat candidate
Chhattisgarh Bilaspur Atal Shrivastav

Chhattisgarh Rajnandgaon Bholaram Sahu

Chhattisgarh Raipur Pramod Dubey
Chhattisgarh Mahasamund Devendra Sahu

Let us know that this time, for the Lok Sabha elections, the elections will be held in 7 phases. Polling for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections will be on April 11, while on May 23 counting of votes will be counted. Voting of the first phase April 11, voting for the second phase, April 18, third phase voting April 23, fourth phase voting 29 April, fifth phase voting May 6, sixth phase May 12 and seventh and final phase will be held on May 19 .

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Meetings of BJP's new faces in Chhattisgarh, Modi's 'Dream-11'

Bharatiya Janata Party has announced candidates for five Lok Sabha seats in Chhattisgarh for 11 seats. The party has announced candidates for Janjgir, Bastar, Kanker, Sarguja and Raigad seats.

Bharatiya Janata Party has announced candidates for five Lok Sabha seats in Chhattisgarh for 11 seats. The party has announced candidates for Janjgir, Bastar, Kanker, Sarguja and Raigad seats. The party had already said that new faces would be fielded. According to the party, this time the party is betting on new faces in the Lok Sabha elections. It is being told that the name of the candidates of the remaining seats will come up soon. One thing is that the party has fielded the loser candidates for the Lok Sabha elections or the faces that the party may not have thought of giving tickets to. Significantly, the party has cut the ticket of all the five MPs, including the Union Minister of State with the sole state minister.

The BJP has given ticket to Janjgir from Guharam Ajgale, Bastarama Kashyap from Bastar, Mohan Mandavi from Kanker, Renuka Singh from Sarguja and Gomti Sai from Raigad. Scheduled Tribes reserved for Scheduled Castes Scheduled Castes, Raigad, Bastar, Kanker and Scheduled Castes for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Castes, BJP has announced the names of candidates. In the first list, BJP has given chance to two women candidates. Significantly, Gomti Sai and Mohan Mandavi will contest the Lok Sabha elections for the first time while Renuka Singh and Baduram Kashyap have already contested the Assembly elections.

BJP has fielded these faces in the electoral fray:

1. Sarguja Lok Sabha seat: A brilliant leader and former minister get opportunity from here

From the Sarguja Lok Sabha seat, the party has made Renuka Singh its candidate. The party has given ticket to Renuka while cutting a ticket for Kamlabhan Singh Maravi. Renuka Singh has also been a minister in the government headed by former Chief Minister Raman Singh. They are also known as the flamboyant leader of the Scheduled Tribes. Renuka Singh Premnagar has also been elected MLA twice. From 2003 to 2005, she was also the Minister for Women's Child Development. He was also the Vice President of Sarguja Development Authority from 2005 to 2013. Renuka Singh has been a BJP MLA twice in Prem Nagar Legislative Assembly. Former CM Dr Raman Singh made Renuka the Minister of Women and Child Development in his second term. However, in the Legislative Assembly elections of 2013, he lost to Congress candidate Khesi Singh from Prem Nagar Legislative Assembly constituency with 18 thousand votes.

2. Kanker Lok Sabha seat: This new face was thrown in the electoral field by BJP

BJP candidate from Kanker Lok Sabha constituency has made Mohan Mandavi a candidate. Vikram Usendi's ticket was cut in this seat, which has recently been made BJP state president. By playing Mohan Mandavi as a candidate, BJP played a major stake. Mandavi is also active in the BJP in Kanker area and new faces also. Mohan Mandavi is a former Vice-Chairman and social worker of the Chhattisgarh Teachers' Association branch Kanker and also a member of Public Service Commission. Presently he is also the President of Tulsi Manas Pratishthan. Lok Sabha candidate Mohan Mandvi is currently a member of the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission. Mohan Mandavi, active in religious social service, is associated with the National Self-help group. He is also a famous Ram Katha Manas singer.

3. Basthar Lok Sabha seat: opportunity for senior tribal leader from here

The BJP has announced the name of Baduram Kashyap from Bastar Lok Sabha seat. At the same time, the party has cut the ticket of current MP Dinesh Kashyap in this seat. Please tell that Baduram Kashyap has been MLA of Chitrakot assembly seat twice. At present, he is the BJP President of Bastar district. Badam Kashyap is also known as senior tribal leader. BJP has fielded BJP District President Badrum Kashyap from Bastar Lok Sabha constituency. Badam Kashyap became the first MLA to be elected MLA from the Keshalur assembly constituency. Second time, Chitrakoot was elected MLA from Legislative Assembly. Badam Kashyap was also the Vice Chairman of the Bastar Development Authority. Badamrath was also a member of Bastar District Panchayat.]

4. Raigad Lok Sabha seat: This seat will contest the first time from this seat

Party has fielded Gomti Sai as its candidate from Raigarh Lok Sabha seat, while the Central Minister of State for Steel and four-time MP Vishnudev Sai have been contesting. Gomti Sai is the President of Jashpur District Panchayat. Gomati, along with a new face, is going to contest elections for the first time. Gomti Cher has already assumed charge of the Board Chairman. Presently Jashpur is the President of the District Panchayat. He has also been a member of the Janpad Panchayat.

5. Janjgir-Champa Lok Sabha seat: Former MP from the seat, the party has fielded

The BJP has given tickets to Scheduled Caste reserved Janjagir Champa Lok Sabha constituency, for the ticket of Kamla Devi Patlal, to Guhaaram Ajgale. Ajgare has been an MP from Sarangarh Lok Sabha constituency. He is also a senior leader of the Scheduled Castes category. He has been a Parliament from the undivided Sarangarh Lok Sabha. Currently the state is a member of the working committee.


A minority government formed in Goa, it is unfortunate: CM Bhupesh Baghel

After the death of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, the state has become hot after the oath of new Chief Minister. Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel has given a statement about the formation of government by the BJP in Goa.

After the demise of Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, the state has become hot after the new chief minister's oath. Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel has given a statement about the formation of government by the BJP in Goa. CM Baghel said that at that time the Governor's role is important, the party should have more strength, but the government of Goa has a minority which is unfortunate.

CM Bhupesh Baghel has also reacted on the statement of Union Minister Mahesh Sharma. CM Bhupesh Baghel said that these people always use unlimited language, they should apologize. Mahesh Sharma called Priyanka Gandhi Pappu's pappi CM Bhupesh Baghel had arrived in the meeting held in the Congress State Office located in Chhattisgarh's capital Raipur.

The Election Campaign Committee and the Seva Dal were held in the Congress Bhawan. CM Bhupesh Baghel meeting CM, Bhupesh Baghel said that how to campaign in both meetings was discussed. Road maps are also being prepared. The discussion about the general public and star campaigners was discussed in detail. List of star campaigners, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi will come to campaign in the state.

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Know how the work disturbs the NOTA's displeasure

In the 2014 general election of PM Modi, in the second seat of Vadodara, 1803 people had given vote to the NOTA.
Political pundits have made several level debates on the option of the electronic voting machine (EVM) None of the Above Aka NOTA. That's why we are not going to push the debate over the original spirit of the note. Here, in the year 2013, after coming to the EVM in the EVM, they are scrutinizing the data of 37 Lok Sabha-Vidhan Sabha elections, which show how this option has started affecting the election results.

Voting of 1.33 crore votes in four years
According to an analysis of the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), non-governmental election and research organization, between 2014 and 2017, so far 1.33 million votes have been received on the note. This means that in the last four years, 37 elections on EVM have received an average of 2.7 lakh votes in every election.

Such news was published after almost all the elections that the candidate lost in a particular seat by a notary too. This means that the public refused to cast nominated candidates in many seats. Give the message to the parties that change the selection of candidates.

has done an analysis on the role of the note in the elections since 2013. In this, it is known that the votes of the noata are not even reaching the votes cast for a big party. But the number of votes that are constantly on the notes is increasing and it is becoming a very important role.

Not much currency on regional parties in elections in 2018
In the elections held in Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana in the year 2018, Nota raised more votes than AAP, Samajwadi Party (SP). Nota's vote was the highest in 2 percent Chhattisgarh and at least 0.5 percent in Mizoram.

Chhattisgarh was hit by a noa
In Chhattisgarh, Aam Aadmi Party has fielded candidates in 85 out of 90 seats. While the total vote percentage of the party was 0.9, whereas nota got 2 percent votes. Similarly, in the state, the Communist Party of India (CPI) got 0.3 per cent, the Samajwadi Party and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) got 0.2 per cent votes.

The impact of the loss was done on the result of you and SP in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
In Madhya Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party raised 1.3 percent of the votes. While you got total 0.7 percent votes. Both of these major parties lagged behind 1.4 per cent of the revenue received from the Nota.

In the Rajasthan-Telangana-Mizoram, even before the currency, the parties dwarf
In the Rajasthan assembly elections, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) got 1.2, Samajwadi Party, AAP and the National Lok Dal (RLD) got 0.2, 0.4 and 0.3 percent respectively. While Nota had 1.3 percent of them.

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Similarly, in Telangana, both CPIM and CPI got 0.4 percent votes. While the NCP got 0.1 votes. This note is very less than 1.1 per cent votes received.

In Mizoram, regional party People's Representatives for Identity and Status of Mizoram (PRISM) got 0.2 percent of the total votes. While Nota had a total of 0.5 percent of the votes.

Such assembly constituencies where votes get more votes than the difference of win-loss
The defeat of victory among BJP candidates in the BJP's Bina was 632 votes. But there were 1528 votes in the account of Nota. Similarly, the victory margin in the Kolaras was 720 votes, while the number of votes polled was 1674.

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Compared to the margin of defeat and win in Rajasthan's 16 seats, the noata got more votes. Earlier, Rajasthan's former health minister Kalicharan Saraf was also arrested. Although he won his seat by just 1704 votes. While 2371 votes in Nota There were eight such seats in Chhattisgarh, where Nota did better than the difference between victory and defeat.

CSDS Sanjay Kumar told that those who trust in voting for a particular party, if they think their party candidate is not winning, then they do not vote for any candidate. For them, notes are the best option. In such a situation, if the parties did not consider the candidate seriously then people would go further towards the noata. Otherwise, there is no other reason why the number of votes gets increased to nota.

The effect of the NOTA on the 2014 elections
In the elections held in the year 2018, not only did the currency turn upside down. In the 2014 general elections, Nota also spoiled the work of many candidates. In the Lok Sabha elections 2014, the noata received 60 lakh votes (1.1 percent votes) more than the parties like Janata Dal (Secular) and CPI. JDS led by former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda and HD Kumaraswamy got only 0.67 per cent votes in 2014. Whereas the CPI got only 0.78 percent of the votes.

In the analysis of vote on the vote of ADR in March 2018, it was revealed that in 2014 Nilgiris of Tamil Nadu had the highest 46,559 votes and 123 votes in the lowest target. Even the BJP candidate of the then BJP, Narendra Modi, stood on the Vadodara seat of Gujarat, where 1803 votes were given on notes. The special thing was that the Knot was at number three after the Congress's Madhusudan Mistry.

NOTA fluctuation
In the 2015 Vidhan Sabha elections of Bihar, Nota received a total of 9 lakh votes. It was 2.5 percent of the total votes cast. This is the vote on the highest number of notes till date. In view of this, on average, in every assembly constituency, 4000 votes are received in the notes. This is more than the difference between victory of 21 seats in the state. The largest number of defeats in these areas was 5251, whereas in one seat, Nota received 6447 votes.

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: BJP wants to win on the strength of workers: Congress

Parties are also working to make their workers work. Lok Sabha election is now ready to win on the workers' hands

Preparations for the Lok Sabha elections in Chhattisgarh are in full swing. Working colleagues in the political parties of the province and their implementation are being speedily working. Parties are also working to make their workers work. Congress is now preparing to win the Lok Sabha elections on the strength of the workers. Congress is recharging the workers by organizing the resolution camp in Lok Sabha area. The BJP is also looking at the possibility of crossing its electoral prospects with the support of the workers' morale.

Bumper found in the Congress Legislature seems very excited after winning. Here is the reason that even in the Lok Sabha elections, it has been done to keep the victory alive. Since the victory in the assembly elections, the morale of the Congress workers has also increased significantly. Congress spokesman Vikas Kumar Pathak says that when the BJP can win 48 seats in the Legislative Assembly and win 10 out of 11 Lok Sabha seats, why Congress can not win 11 seats in the 65 seats in the 65 seats. It is clear from now that Congress now wants to win the elections with the help of workers.

The BJP got a big setback in the assembly elections. There is a big challenge to strengthen the party again in front of the BJP. The BJP is also busy promoting the morale of the workers to focus on the Lok Sabha elections. BJP spokesman Sunil Soni believes that the BJP is trying to go among the people by organizing a meeting.

The Chief Minister of BJP, Bhupesh, said, "Remember your acts before accusing anyone" -

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that Congress is the biggest party and therefore the claim to form a government has been claimed. While targeting the BJP, the other three fingers pointing at you when lifting one finger. So remember your actions before accusing anybody else.

The statement of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has come out on the question of contesting the elections on PM Modi's face. Bhupesh Baghel says that Vidhan Sabha election had made Narendra Modi a face too. As the election approached Raman Singh's face grew bigger At the same time, on the making of weapons to the janitor by PM Modi, he said that the guard had to answer PM Modi on the question of the thief, but today theft and sew is doing jori.

CM Baghel said that if there was a watchman then how did Mallya and Nirv Modi flee? When the watchman was there, when Raman Singh's knit was stolen, no action was taken. Former CM Raman Singh's son-in-law Punit Gupta, on the basis of FIR, CM said that economic irregularity has been found, due to which the department is taking action.

At the same time, on the question of advertising to the National Herald, the National Herald has had the importance of national politics. Freedom has been contributing. Advertising in the BJP government for Panchjanya and Kamal. What is its role in Chhattisgarh? The BJP first remembered its activities, then charged. Apart from this, Bhupesh Baghel on the claim of making Congress government in Goa said that BJP did not have a majority and formed a government with manipulations. Congress is the biggest party, therefore the claim to form a government has been claimed.

JCCJ State President Amit Jogi tweeted, CM Bhupesh Baghel accused these allegations

Amit Jogi wrote that the Chief Minister should demand public apology for uttering a white flirt for him to get public votes in Lok Sabha elections.

Janta Congress, Chhattisgarh (J) State President Amit Jogi has targeted a Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel through a tweet. The British Parliament has taken a stand against the issue of honoring CM Bhupesh Baghel. Amit Jogi, together with a CM, has accused him of lying. In his tweet, Amit Jogi wrote that the Chief Minister should apologize to the public for getting the votes of the people in the Lok Sabha elections and for uttering a white flirt to him.

Explain that the resonance of returning the acquired land of the local tribals to the establishment of a Tata plant in Chhattisgarh's Bastar district is not only in the country but also in foreign countries. The British Parliament House of Lords has decided to honor Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Both houses of England will address the Chief Minister Inviting the Chief Minister on behalf of both the Houses, along with this decision, a formal citation has been sent to apply the concept of Narva, Guruvah, Ghurua and Bari. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will give a speech on May 29 in the British Parliament on his decision.

FIR filed against Dr Raman Singh's son-in-law Dr Punit Gupta, charges of 50 crores fraud

An FIR has been lodged against the Rs 50 crore fraud against the son of former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh and former Superintendent of DKS Hospital Dr. Punit Gupta.

The problems of the son of former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh and former Deputy Superintendent of DKS Hospital Dr. Punit Gupta have increased. An FIR has been lodged against Dr. Punit Gupta for allegedly duping of Rs 50 crore. This FIR has been registered at Golabazar Police Station, Raipur, on complaint of DKS Superintendent of Police KK Sahare.

After purchasing a machine at DKS hospital and complaints of irregularities in the recruitment, a committee of three members examined the case. In this, the matter of fraud worth Rs 50 crore has been revealed against Dr. Punit Gupta, the then Superintendent of DKS Hospital.

Let's say that the FIR against Dr. Punit Gupta is already registered in the FIR in the Antagarh Tape Case. The government has constituted the SIT for a fresh investigation into the Antagarh Tape Case. After the formation of the SIT probe, Congress leader Kiranmayee Nayak filed an FIR in the case. Investigations are still going on in this case.

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