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Historical judgment in the right of farmers: First time the land acquired in the land to farmers

Mr. Rahul Gandhi gave a farmer's book to give the rights to the farmers.

Relationship of the heart of Gandhi family with the people of Bastar: Mr. Rahul Gandhi

Chief Minister Shri Baghel has fulfilled the promise made by the state government to the farmers.

Tribal Farmers Right Convention concludes at Dhauragaon, Lohandiguda

Lok Sabha MP Mr. Rahul Gandhi today handed over ownership rights by handing over 1784 hectares of land to 1707 farmers of ten villages acquired for the Tata plant in the grand tribal farmers' rights convention organized at Village Dhuragaon in LohandiGuda Development Block of Bastar district. Mr. Gandhi said on this occasion that it is a historic decision of the state government in the right of farmers. Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country, which has done the work of returning the acquired land to the farmers. He said that he had promised to give the land back to the farmers during the last visit to Bastar and the government, led by Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, decided to return the land to farmers within a week. Today, fulfilling his promise by handing the documents of his land to the farmers. Shri Gandhi said that we had enacted the Land Acquisition Act, in which it is clear that if the land acquired on the acquired land is not done within five years, then the land will be returned to the farmers. This law has been followed in Chhattisgarh for the first time in the country.
Tribute to soldiers martyred in Pulwama
    In the beginning of the conference, all the guests and attendees, including Mr. Rahul Gandhi, paid tribute to the CRPF jawans who had been martyred in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir two days ago, with a silent two-minute silence.

    Addressing a massive public meeting, Shri Rahul Gandhi said that tribals have the right to water and forest and land. The local people should get the benefit of these resources. He said that Rs. 2500 per standard bag was given for the Tandupta, which the state government has now made Rs 4000 per standard sack. He said that we had promised to forgive the debt of farmers within 10 days of the formation of the government, which was completed only after two hours. He said that we had promised to lay the trap of food processing units. Today it has been started from Sukma and Dhuragaon. The establishment of a maize processing unit in Kondagaon will also be made soon. He promised to provide minimum income guarantee from the public. This will make money directly to the public's account. This will help in reducing poverty. He also spoke of bringing a new GST.
Mr Gandhi said that his family has a heart-related relationship with the people of Bastar. Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi and after that late Rajiv Gandhi and Smt. Sonia Gandhi have been living contacts with the people of Bastar. He said that the doors of my house will always be open for the people of Bastar. Whatever demand will be made, I will complete it with heart.

On this occasion, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said on this occasion that Shri Pradhan Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi gave land lease to the tribal families of Lohandiguda in 1972 which was stripped, today Shri Rahul Gandhi has returned it again. They congratulated the farmers for this. Shri Baghel said that Mr. Rahul Gandhi had instructed the farmers to forgive the debt within 10 days after the formation of the government, which the government had completed in two hours. He said that the state government has forgiveness not only the cooperatives but also the agricultural loans taken from commercial banks. Now ten thousand crores loan taken from cooperatives and commercial banks is being waived. He said that earlier rice was being given at the rate of 7 kg per person, now we have decided to give 35 kg of rice to every family every month. Shri Baghel said that there is abundant coal available in Chhattisgarh. The public should get the benefit here, so we have decided to halve the electricity bill of domestic consumers. It will be effective from March 1 and the bill for the month of April will be half. He said that we have also decided to purchase 15 small forest produce at the support cost.
    On this occasion, Rajya Sabha MP Shri PL Punia, Panchayat and Rural Development and Health Minister Mr. TS Singhdev, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Minister of Industry, Mr. K. K. Lakhma, Women's Child Development Minister Smt. Anila Wolfia, Chitrakot MLA Mr. Deepak Badge also addressed the gathering Done
    Speaking on the occasion, Chhattisgarh Assembly Speaker Dr. Chander Das, Home Minister, Shri Tamrampraj Sahu, School Education Minister, Dr. Premisai Singh, Urban Administration Minister, Mr. Shiv Dahariya, Minister of Revenue and Disaster Management, Mr. Jaysingh Agarwal, Public Health Minister, Guru Rudra Kumar, Education Minister Shri Umesh Patel, MP Rajya Sabha, Smt. Shadow Verma, MLA Mr. Rekhchand Jain, Mr. Lakheshwar Baghel, Senior officials of state government and district administration including large number of people's representatives and Chief Secretary, Mr. Sunil Kujur are present along with Shri Mohan Marakam, Shri Santram Netam, Mr. Vikram Mandawi, Mr. Chandan Kashyap, Mr. Anup Nag, Dr. Arun Oraon and Dr. Chandan Yadav. Were. At the end of the conference, Sarpanch of Dhuragaon Shri Patilal Kashyap expressed gratitude.
Mr. Rahul Gandhi inaugurated Food Processing Units
The foundation stone of the proposed Maize processing center in Kondagaon
    MP Rahul Gandhi released the food processing unit established at Sukma and Dhuragaon at a cost of Rs 8.9 million. Along with this, small scale industries set up at a cost of Rs 6 crore 75 lakhs in Tapnar and Lakhnpuri, Plug-type Vegetable Seeding Production Unit installed in Jagdalpur at a cost of Rs 586.8 million and cashew processing established in Bastar and Tokal at a cost of Rs 24 lakhs. The center was also inaugurated. He paid the farmers the amount of paddy purchased at a rate of 2500 rupees per quintal from 1 lakh 17 thousand 218 farmers of Bastar division. Mr. Gandhi also laid foundation stone of the proposed Maize processing center at Kadgaon at a cost of 105 crores.
    He also gave personal registration letters to 1834 beneficiaries and 261 Community Varanasi letters. On this occasion, the farmers of Vardamata Krishak Kalyan Samiti Barda and Jai Burdadev Kisan Kalyan Committee Urnda Bera provided tractor, cultivator, seed drill, thrasher, ripper and sprayer on this occasion. Mr. Gandhi inaugurated various development works worth Rs 21.57 crore in the conference. In the Lohandiguguda, small forest produce processing center set up at a cost of 1.5 crore rupees and also Bhumi Pujan of 5 bridges constructed in Kanger Nala and Udiranala at a cost of Rs. 2 crore 85 lakhs.
Chief Minister gave a visit to New Delhi based on Chhattisgarh
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel presented the copy of the Government calendar based on the concept of 'Gadhboo Nava Chhattisgarh' concept of Chhattisgarh government in the 2019 tribal agriculture land rights conference organized in village Dhuragaon, in Bastar district of Shri Rahul Gandhi. In this, an unforgettable photograph of dancing with the Adivasis of Bastar in Bastar, the then Prime Minister of India, Smt. Indira Gandhi, has also been included.
The special picture of the late Mrs. Indira Gandhi, presented to Shri Rahul Gandhi, MP
    In the tribal agriculture land rights conference held in village Dhuragaon in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh State, a copy of the unforgettable photograph of Rahul Gandhi was made available when the then Prime Minister Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi reached Lohandiguda in the year -1972, The lease was made.

The promise to increase the agricultural loan waiver and the paddy value has only happened within two hours.

Farmers will also get the next kharif season
Price of paddy of 2500 thousand rupees

Promotion of energy and energy in the farmers


Under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, the state government took only two hours to complete the promise of forgiveness of farmers and to increase the value of paddy within ten days. After taking oath, after taking the Cabinet meeting, these two decisions were taken to benefit the farmers. Under this, 6 thousand 230 crores of 16 lakh 65 thousand farmers of the state were waived short-term agricultural credit and the value of paddy was increased to 2500 rupees per quintal. Given the benefits of these decisions, the farmers of the state have got a lot of enthusiasm and energy and they are giving great blessings to the government.

    It is notable that in the main hospitality of MP Rahul Gandhi, a program of distribution of loan waiver certificate was organized on January 28 last year at the state place of Atal Nagar. In the program, the certificate was given to 18 farmers for the loan waiver certificate and 10 farmers for the payment of Rs 2500 per quintal.

    In addition to debt divided by rural banks and cooperative banks by the new government, it has decided to forgive the short-term loans of about four thousand crores distributed by public sector commercial banks. This has helped farmers get rid of debt crisis. With this, about two lakh farmers of the state are getting the benefit of debt forgiveness of Rs. 10 thousand crore. In this, about four lakh beneficiaries will also be benefitted, who were unable to take loans from banks due to non-payment of dues and were compelled to take loans from private moneylenders and bankers. With this, lakhs of such farmers of the state, who were unable to avail the zero percent interest loan scheme, were again able to get loans from the rural or cooperative banks.

    Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country which is procuring paddy of Rs. 2500 per quintal from farmers. The implementation of the decision of the outstanding short-term agricultural loan waiver on 30 November 2018 in the state has been completed within ten days. A 1283 crore short-term agricultural loan amount recovered from 3 lakh 57 thousand farmers of 1276 cooperative societies of the state, through linking from November 2018, was returned to their savings accounts.

     The state government has also announced that in Kharif 2019, the purchase of paddy from farmers will be done at the rate of Rs 2500 per quintal. For this, a provision of five thousand crore rupees has been made in the budget. This will give direct benefits to more than 17 lakh farmers of the state.
    In the beginning of last kharif year, farmers were paid Rs 2050 for thick rice and Rs 2070 per quintal for thin paddy. With the decision of the new government to give Rs 2500 per quintal of paddy to farmers, more enthusiasm and energy has increased in the farmers' farming and their purchasing power has also increased, due to the strengthening of the rural areas, Chhattisgarh's entire The economy also got the strength.


Doctors in remote areas are doing dedication to human service: Shri Bhupesh Baghel

Honors of physicians in the 'Icons of Health-2019' program

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has said that providing healthcare in remote and inaccessible areas of Chhattisgarh is a very difficult and challenging task. Our physicians are rendering human service with complete dedication in difficult areas in the remote areas of Bastar, Chintagupa, Chintanar, as well as in other areas like Dantewada and Sukma. The services of doctors are invaluable and the work of such doctors is highly appreciable. The Chief Minister was addressing the 'Icon of Health-2019' program organized by the English daily Times of India here last night.

In the program, Chief Minister honored 36 physicians of the state with a souvenir. Distinguished practitioners include Dantewada, Mardapal of Kondagaon district, Chintigupha of Sukma district, Doctors serving in Potali Kuankonda of Dantewada district. The Chief Minister also honored doctors and doctors of ANM and Mongachuva Balod of Dantewada region. In the program, the Chief Minister received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Daksh in Raipur. Retired physician Dr. S. R. Confessed to Gupta.

      In his address, the Chief Minister further said that there is no shortage of resources in the state but there is a shortage of doctors. It is important to provide the necessary medical equipment and necessary medical facilities as well as providing good salaries to physicians working in inaccessible and difficult areas. The state government will work very seriously for this.

      The journalist gave a sympathy to the journalist on connecting with journalism as well as social concerns. On this occasion, Mr. Manoj Rai of Chhattisgarh Chief of the Times of India highlighted the outline of the event. Many journalists were present in the newsletter family including senior joint editor Mr. Joseph P. John.

Raipur: 'Smart Gharuba' will be made in every village: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

The Chief Minister addressed the farmers of Rajnandgaon District at his residence.

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has said that 'smart ambition' will be created in every village of the state. The Chief Minister was addressing a large number of farmers coming from Rajnandgaon district in his residence here today. The farmers expressed their gratitude towards the Chief Minister for making a provision of Rs. 30 crores in this year's budget for the canal drawing work of Pradhan Chitra Barrage Scheme located in Khairgarh Development Zone. The farmers congratulated them by wearing a huge garland of flowers. After the improvement of the canals, the farmers of 48 villages around this Sankaran scheme will be able to get water for cultivation. On this occasion, Dangeagarh MLA Mr. Bhubaneswar Baghel and the Bijiga MLA Mr. Chandra Deo Rai were also present.
    The Chief Minister told the farmers in Chhattisgarhi language that better management of 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurva and Bari' can be made beneficial in the villages, how to make farming profitable. He said that if treatment is done to recharge the Narva (drain) of the village by scientific means then it will increase the water in the drain and improve the ground water level in the village also. Shri Baghel surrounded the village of Ghauthan and arranged for sheds, water and fodder for cattle and cattle should be kept together, so as to be able to surround the fields to save the crops from the animals. Cost of living, maintenance of animals and grazing expenses can be saved.
    Bio gas making plants can be set up in Gothan by cattle dung and gas connections can be given to make food in households. This can save the cost of cooking gas and house food can be spent at around 300 rupees. Compost fodder can be prepared from cattle dung in Gothan itself. Only 8-10 youth from the village can be trained to prepare the maintenance of compost and vermicomic fertilizers of Bio-Gas Plant and they can also be provided employment through this. The Chief Minister said that the debt of the farmers has been waived by the state government. Chhattisgarh farmers are being given Rs 2500 per quintal for paddy. This will improve the situation of farmers. He said that the state government would extend all possible help to promote agro-based industries.
    The Chief Minister said that maize produces 25 types of products. The foundation stone of maize processing center will be done on 16th of this month in Kandangaon. Likewise, food processing centers will be set up in different areas of the state based on the availability of local agricultural products. This will give farmers good value and employment to the people. This will strengthen the rural economy. The Chief Minister assured the farmers about the demand of farmers to construct irrigation dam in Munirar Sagar reservoir, Paniyadoba, Lodh Nala and Dongriotola in Munirpar reservoir, Maigrapar reservoir, Churia Vikaskhand and assured assured action.

Raipur: In view of the budget, the Chief Minister requested the Prime Minister to write a letter to Raigarh district to increase the proposed tour

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has expressed his heartfelt condolences for the migration of Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh by writing a letter to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and has requested him to consider moving forward this migration due to the budget presented in the state assembly on February 8. Poor to do
 Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has written in his letter that I want to be present for your welcome during your Chhattisgarh stay. On the same day, the budget session of the Chhattisgarh assembly is going to start on February 8 and I have to present the budget of the state government in the House on February 8 as the Finance Minister of the state on the first day of the session. The Chief Minister has written in his letter that due to the date of the date of your stay and budget being presented on one day, due to the difficulties being faced in the discharge of both the obligations. Keeping this in view, the Chief Minister has urged the Prime Minister to go ahead with the proposed date of his stay in Chhattisgarh.

Raipur : Mr. Rahul Gandhi accorded warm welcome by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupdesh Baghel on arrival at Jagdalpur airport

MP Mr. Rahul Gandhi arrived at Jagdalpur airport today morning via special flight at 10.40am, where Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel welcomed him. Commerce and Industry Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma along with MLAs and other public representatives also accorded enthusiastic welcome to Mr. Gandhi. Thereafter, Mr. Rahul Gandhi left for Bhavanipatna area of Kalahandi district of Odisha via helicopter, with Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel.

Mr. Rahul Gandhi was warmly welcomed by MLA Mr. Rekh Chand Jain, Mayor Mr. Jatin Jaiswal, MLAs namely- Mr. Mohan Markam, Mr. Deepak Baij, Mr. Lakheshwar Baghel, Mr. Vikram Mandawi, Ex-Minister Mr. Arvind Netam, Mrs. Ganga Potai, Mr. Shankar Sodi, Mr. Rajiv Sharma, Mrs. Phoolodevi Netam and a large number of public representatives. On the occasion, Director General of Police (DGP) Mr. DM Awasthi, DGP IB Mr. Sanjay Pillai, Commissioner Mr. Dhananjay Dewangan, Inspector General of Police Mr. Vivekananda Sinha, SP Mr. D Shravan, In-charge Collector Mr. Prabhat Malik were also present.

Raipur : Reviving water resources must for prosperity of villages: Forest Minister Akbar : Workshop on 'Nurva Vikaas'

Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar today said that the State Government had initiated 'Suraaji Gaon Yojana' to strengthen the economy of the villages. The focus is on Narwa, Garuva, Dhurva, and Baari which will conserve, innovate and develop the rural economic landscape. There is a need for developing double-crop patterns and rejuvenating the water resources in the entire state. Forest Minister was addressing a workshop on 'Narva Vikaas Yojana' at Aranya Bhawan in Naya Raipur.

Mr. Akbar said that there are around 36 thousand small-big canals in the entire State. It is the second biggest riverine State in the entire country. The State Government is keen on conserving and rejuvenating canals which can bring transformation in the rural economy. If adequate infra-structure is built the irrigation facilities can be increased manifold. Technical and practical solutions should be implemented to manage the water resources. He stressed upon the need to study in detail the suggestions offered by the common people.

The Forest Minister Mr. Akbar said that rivers-canals are the main sources of water but due to rapid urbanization the number of canals had been reduced considerably. There is a need for master plan to conserve canals and lakes. The water-table can be increased through 'Narva' development. By improving the habitats of wild animals water resources can be made available throughout the year in the forest areas.

Additional Chief Secretary Mr. C. K. Khaitan said that are innumerable canals and water resources and abundant rainfall in the State but due to inadequate management and conservation of water the agriculture sector could not be developed to the optimum level. The workshop will elicit adequate suggestions from the gathering. Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Kumar Sharma gave a detailed presentation on 'Nurva Vikaas Yojana'. Several senior officers were also present.  Representatives of Forest Development Samitis and Social institutions were also present.  

Raipur: Focus on small industries, farmers will get reasonable prices and jobs will be given to youth

Chief Minister in Power City of Durg
Organized Citizens said in the Ceremony
Rs.15 lakh sanction for beautification of garden

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said that in the Citizen's congratulations ceremony held in Vidyut Nagar of Durg today, he will emphasize on small industries to create maximum employment for the youth. We will ensure that the farmers get proper value of their crop. Local youth can get employment. He said that about 15 thousand crore rupees have been given for farmers by raising the support price of loan waiver and paddy procurement. On this occasion MLA Arun Vora was also present.
He also said that during his stay in Lucknow, he discussed with the entrepreneurs of investment in Chhattisgarh and said that they would be given all possible assistance but they would have to give employment to the local youth and reasonable prices of the finished goods to the farmers. The Chief Minister said that we have taken many decisions in the interest of the state. By which the citizens of the state have started benefitting. All this has been possible by the blessings of the public. On this occasion, the Chief Minister announced the acceptance of 15 lakh rupees for the Garden in Power City.

Raipur: Chief Minister discussed with representatives of industrial institutions in Lucknow

Chhattisgarh informed about the development prospects


Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today discussed the industrial possibilities in Chhattisgarh by meeting the representatives of industrial institutions and industrialists while reaching Lucknow capital of Uttar Pradesh during the Barabanki tour.

    Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that the new state is rich in Chhattisgarh Mineral, Forest, Natural and Human Resources, Infrastructure etc. There is a favorable environment for the industries and there are wide scope of industrial development. Mr. Baghel, while apprising the State Government's vision for industrial development in the state, suggested that suggestions related to the new industrial policy and food processing policy in the state also came from industrial institutions. Chief Minister, Mr. Baghel, discussed the participation of industrialists from Uttar Pradesh in various areas of Chhattisgarh and invited their suggestions. The Chief Minister also invited the entrepreneurs to visit the state for investment studies in Chhattisgarh and to discuss with senior officials.

Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that in Chhattisgarh state, industries other than iron and coal based industries are being promoted, especially on agriculture, horticulture and forest-based processing units. There is also enough resources for setting up industry related to IT, health, agriculture in the state. Here are the proper amenities for travel from other states and metro cities etc. On this occasion, the Urban Administration and Labor Minister of the State Government, Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahariya, the renowned artist of Indian cinema and Mr. Rajibbar, the Chief Secretary of the Chief Minister Mr. Gaurav Dwivedawadi, Commissioner-cum-Director Public Relations Mr. Taran Prakash Sinha, Indian Industries Association, P H.D. Chamber of Commerce and CII The delegates were present. At the meeting, industrial institutions and IAA Representatives of the Department of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises

    On this occasion, the General Secretary of the Indian Industries Association and the Managing Director of Manali Pigment Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Manmohan Agrawal, I.I.A. Former Chairman and Director of Mohini Engineering Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Sanjay Kaul, Mr. V. Of Agarwal Former President I.I.A. And Shashi Kables Limited, Mr. G.C. Chaturvedi Former President I.I.A. And Operator Excel Plastics, Mr. Anil Gupta, Former Chairman, IAI And Operator Premier Rolling and Forging Works Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Manish Goyal, Former President, IIAA. And Operator Lucknow Printers and Publishers, Shri Chetan Dev Bhalla Divisional Chairman, IIA and Operator Monica Products and Mr. D.S.Varma Executive Director IIA were present. Similarly, Ph.D. On behalf of Chamber of Commerce, Co-Chairman Mr. Mukesh Bahadur Singh and Mr. Gaurav Prakash, Regional Director Mrs. Anuradha Goyal, Executive Officer, Mr. Amaresh Rastogi attended. CII On behalf of Mr. Tanay Agarwal, Managing Director of Silver Tree Industries Limited, J.R. Agro Industries Pvt. Similarly Mr. Ajay Jhunjhunwala, Managing Director, Mr. Ashish Agarwal, Joint Managing Director of Shashank Gupta Urban Axis Infratech Limited, Managing Director of Mr. Arban Axis Infratech Ltd. was also present.

Raipur: A new generation of new thinking will become developed state Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Anniversary of Government Digvijaya College


Shri Bhupesh Baghel has challenged the active involvement of young people in the reform of Chhattisgarh. He said that the new thinking of the new generation will prove to be helpful in making Chhattisgarh a developed state. Mr. Baghel was addressing the medals and distribution function of the Chief Guest in the Government Digvijay College, Rajnandgaon.
        The Chief Minister wore a statue of late Mahant Raja Digvijay Das on the statue of the college and paid tribute to him. He said that in the direction of new construction of Chhalinggadh, our government has taken historic decisions in the interest of farmers while taking the first step. With the forgiveness of the farmers, the decision has been taken to purchase the paddy on 2 thousand 500 rupees per quintal. Chhattisgarh is the only state in the country where the highest price for paddy has been fixed. The prosperity of the peasant families is included in the priority of the state government.
    The Chief Minister said that to strengthen the system of study and teaching in the field of higher education, steps have been taken to fill the vacant posts of more than 1,300 assistant professors in the colleges. 15 thousand teachers will also be recruited in schools. New employment opportunities are open for educated youth. It has been decided to encourage the agro-based industrial units in the state. Chhattisgarh is a state rich in resources. The state government will be working to create new Chhattisgarh by streamlining these resources. He said that students are the future of the state and the country. There are many dreams in the mind of the youth but they should be aware that while keeping these dreams, keep their feet on the floor. While flying on the heights of the sky, we do not forget our sacraments and ideals. The Chief Minister also announced the construction of the hostel in the college and immediate correction of auditorium sound system.

    Presiding over the function, the former MP Mrs. Karuna Shukla said that the history of Chhattisgarh will change under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel. In the personality of Shri Baghel, Chhattisgarhi culture, love for ethics and behavior is clearly visible. Mrs. Shukla gave best wishes while wishing for the bright future of all the students.

    Principal of the college Mr. R.N. Singh highlighted the progress of the college that the Student Union President Kumari Saraswati Jain also expressed his views on this occasion. The function was attended by MLA Daleshwar Sahu, MLA Mr. Bhuneshwar Baghel, President of District Panchayat Rajnandgaon Mrs. Chitralekha Verma, Former Minister Mr. Dinesh Patilla, in-charge IG Shri Ratan Lal Dangi, Collector Shri Bhim Singh, Superintendent of Police Mr. Kamlochan Kashyap and other local senior people representatives, Social workers and college family members were present.

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