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Today, in the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, the theme of public declaration in the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhavan) is Narva, Garuwa, Ghuruwa and Bardi Vikas.

In the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today, a high level meeting was organized in the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhavan) to finalize the outline of the announcements of Narva, Garuna, Ghurru and Bardi development and maintenance. The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Shri Sunil Kuzur, Additional Chief Secretary Agriculture Mr. K.P. Rao, Additional Chief Secretary Panchayat and Rural Development Shri R.P. Secretary, Chief Minister Shri Gaurav Dwivedi, Secretary Revenue Mr. NK Kharkha, Secretary Rural Industries Shri Hemant Pahare, Secretary Water Resources Mr. Anirvash Champawat, Special Secretary Power Mr. Ankit Anand, Chief Minister's Advisor Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, Mr. Ruchir Garg, Mr. Pradeep Sharma, Shri Vinod Verma were present.

Raipur: Chhattisgarh Over All Champion in the 24th All India One Games: Chief Minister congratulates the team of Chhattisgarh and congratulations

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today received courtesy call by the medal winners of the 24th All India One Games under the leadership of Forest Minister, Mr. Mohammad Akbar in his office room located in the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhavan). Players gave information about the achievements of the Chief Minister to the Chief Minister. He told the Chief Minister that 241 players from Chhattisgarh took part in the one-game games. Chhattisgarh's team won a total of 153 medals, including 70 gold medals, 52 silver and 31 bronze, and won the overall all-championship championship. The Chief Minister congratulated the players and departmental officials-employees, including the Forest Minister for this achievement and congratulated them. On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary of the Forest Department Mr. C.K. Khaitan and Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Mr. Mudit Kumar Singh were also present. It is worth mentioning that these games were organized in Chhattisgarh's capital Raipur from 9th to 13th of this month. In which teams of all the states, Union Territories and National Forest Institutes of the country participated. A total of 2402 players participated in this competition. TNIS

For the prosperity of agriculture, MNREGA has to be linked to agricultural development: Shri Bhupesh Baghel: Land will be marked for Gothan and pasture in villages in the upcoming Gram Sabha on January 26.

Chief Minister inaugurated the eighth Indian Horticultural Congress
Regional office to fix cost of agricultural cost in Chhattisgarh
To be started in Raipur
Fix prices for crops like Kodo, Kutki and Ragi

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has said that the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGA) should be linked to agriculture for the progress of cultivation and cultivation. They will be organizing village meetings in the village panchayats on January 26 and marking the place for the cattle and pasture for animals in every village. He said that through the MNREGA, the development of gaughathas and grasslands would be developed, this would provide employment for the people along with the provision of fodder for the animals.

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the 5-day eighth Indian Heartical Congress held in the Auditorium of Agriculture College here today, expressing the views of this effect. The Chief Minister instructed the Agriculture Production Commissioner to coordinate with the Panchayat and Rural Development Department to ensure organizing of Gram Sabhas. This five-day Congress has been organized jointly by Indira Gandhi Agricultural University Raipur and Horticulture Society of India. On this occasion MLA Mrs. Anita Yogendra Sharma and Ms. Shakuntala Sahu, Chairman of Central Agricultural Costs and Value Commission Dr. V.Pal Sharma, Shri K.P. Rao, President of the Horticultural Society of India, Padamshree Honored Dr. KL Chaddha, Chief Minister's Agriculture and Rural Development Advisor, Shri Pradeep Sharma and Professor Dr. S.K., Vice Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University. Patil was also present. On this occasion Chief Minister released books of agricultural experts including publications of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, including 'Shaping Future of Art'.

The Chief Minister said that the animals roaming in the open with the scarcity of irrigation resources is a major problem of our agriculture sector. He urged the farmers to keep animals tied and said that this will save the cost of financing of the fields and cattle will get dung so that organic fertilizers and biogas plants can be planted. The Chief Minister told the regional office to set up the support price for agricultural products located in Jabalpur, Raipur in Chhattisgarh, declaring support prices for crops such as short grain crops, kodki and ragi and increase the support price of small forest produce. The Chief Minister said that farmers are unable to get the right price for various horticultural crops like tomato, onion and potatoes from time to time. For this purpose, agricultural experts should be prepared in the field wise action plan and advise farmers about the cultivation of crops. Mr. Baghel should give expert advice to the farmers for studying the impact of climate change on different crops and to protect crops. The Chief Minister said that due to low rainfall and salinity due to various reasons, saltwater is coming. Techniques should be developed for the removal of salinity by research.

In this five-day event, more than 800 garden scientists and horticulture experts from across the country and abroad joined. During this time, new technologies for production of fruits, flowers, vegetables and other horticultural crops and research and development will be discussed and discussed by the subject experts. Meanwhile, research papers focused on research and development work on various horticultural crops by subject experts, scientists and researchers will also be presented. Here the farmers who have done excellent work in the field of horticulture will also be honored.
    The Chief Minister inaugurated the exhibition centered on the processing equipment of agriculture products and agriculture and horticulture products in the college campus. On this occasion the teachers and students of the University were present in large numbers.

Raipur: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel joins Lohri's program

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today attended the Lohri festival program organized by Chhattisgarh Sikh Society at Raja Bhawan near Phaphdih Chowk. Mr. Baghel congratulated all the people on Lohadi greetings and greetings. He said that this festival related to farming and farming is celebrated in different regions of the country by different names like Makar Sankranti, Lohri, Pongal etc. On the demand of land for setting up medical colleges by the Sikh community, the Chief Minister said that if the Sikh community comes forward for this, then every possible assistance by the state government will be given. On this occasion, former MLA Mr. Gurupukh Singh Hora also addressed the program. Shri Mahendra Singh Chhabra gave the welcome speech. On this occasion, Mayor of municipal corporation Raipur, Mr. Pramod Dubey, former Chairman of Chhattisgarh Minority Commission, Mr. Dilip Singh Hora, organizer of the program, Mr. Surendra Singh Chhabra, along with many office bearers and members of the society were present. On this occasion, young people of Sikh society presented beautiful dance.

Raipur: No guilty will be spared in the case of misdemeanor: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has taken the rape case very seriously in the shelter home of a social service organization based in Kota, Raipur. They have strongly condemned this incident. Shri Baghel today said that the order of the magisterial inquiry into the matter has been issued and a four member committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of the Additional Collector. Mr. Baghel said that anyone found guilty in the investigation of this case will not be spared. Strict action will be taken against him.

Raipur: Food Minister Shri Akbar takes over as Chairman of Supply Corporation

Instructions for delivering ration on time to fair price shops
Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Minister, Shri Mohammad Akbar today assumed the charge of Chairman of the Chhattisgarh State Civil Supplies Corporation headquarters at Avanti. Corporal officials welcomed them intimately. Shri Akbar reviewed the present system of supply of ration material to the fair value shops of the state under the Public Distribution System. He expressed his displeasure over the availability of ration material in timely collection of ration material in Sukma district and directed the officers to ensure such arrangements, through which the ration material to all reasonable price shops in the state is reached within the prescribed time limit. Go. Shri Akbar said that it is the responsibility of the supply corporation to deliver ration material to the remote areas of the state on time. The officials follow this responsibility seriously. It is known that Mr. Mohammed Akbar has also been the first President of the supply corporation after the formation of Chhattisgarh State. After the formation of a new government in the state under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, he has been given the responsibility of the post of Chairman of Supply Corporation as well as the Minister of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department. On the occasion of taking charge of Shri Akbar, the corporation officials welcomed him intimately. On this occasion, Mr. Vinod Kumar Lal, Executive Director (Finance) of the Corporation and Mr. K. L. Sinha, HK Sharma, Deputy Manager, S / Shri S.N. Suryavanshi and CK Tamarakar, Accountant Ms. G. Padma and Deputy Accounts Officer Shri Ajay Dhoot were also present.

Raipur: The formation of a magistrate's inquiry committee to investigate the misdeeds

Four-member committee headed by additional collector
While taking prompt action on the directions of the state government for investigating the misdemeanor case in Ghoronga, the shelter house of Social Service Agency 'Kompawalni Child Welfare Organizations', a four-member magistrate inquiry committee has been constituted by District Magistrate Raipur. Additional Collector Mr. Vipin Manjhi will be the Chairman of the Committee. Mr. Manjhi is the official of the Indian Administrative Service. Apart from him, the deputy collector of Raipur as Rajeev Pandey, additional Tehsildar Amit Beck and Naib Tehsildar Mrs Novita Sinha will be included in the committee as a member. Given the severity and sensitivity of the incident, the Magistrate's investigation committee has been formed. It is worth noting that the State Welfare Department of the State Government had sent a letter to the Collector Raipur from the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhavan) today, and the magistrate of the case was asked to conduct the inquiry with the Additional Collector level officer. Immediately following the directions of the government, the Collector and the District Magistrate, Dr. Basavaraju S. Issued an order for immediate investigation. It has been said in the order that the committee will investigate every necessary point of the incident and present the report to the immediate collector and the office of the District Magistrate. In order to publish the incidents of incest in the news published in the daily newspapers of the district, incidents of incest by the physiotherapist working in this institution have been mentioned.

Raipur: Prime Minister Shri Modi congratulated the Chief Minister Shri Baghel on the occasion of Prime Minister Mr. Modi's visit to Chief Minister Shri Baghel.

On the arrival of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today at the Swami Vivekananda Airport (Maa) of the capital Raipur, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel presented a floral greetings and received his sincere welcome. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi congratulated and congratulated Chief Minister Shri Bijel on the new government for his leadership. After the formation of a new government under the leadership of Shri Baghel in the state, Prime Minister Shri Modi arrived for the first time in Chhattisgarh. The Chief Minister welcomed the people of the region.
    It is notable that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi arrived in New Delhi from Odisha on special aircraft during the morning and reached Swami Vivekananda Airport at the place considered as the capital of Raipur and after a brief stay, the Indian Air Force helicopter left for Balangir (Odisha) here. . The Prime Minister will arrive in the afternoon from Helicopter to Raipur and leave for a special aircraft from Trivandrum (Kerala).
     Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, Rajya Sabha MP Ramvichar Netam, Former Speaker Mr. Dharamlal Kaushik and Mr. Gaurishankar Agarwal, Former Minister Mr. Brij Mohan Agarwal and Mr. Rajesh Moonat, Chief Secretary Mr. Sunil Kumar Kujur, Director General of Police, Shri D.M. Awasthi, Raipur Division Commissioner Shri G.R. Other people including Chief Inspector of Churendra, Raipur range Mr. Anand Chhavda, collector Dr. Basavaraju S., Superintendent of Police Mrs. Neethu Kamal welcomed the Prime Minister Mr. Modi on the airport.

Raipur : Government is taking one decision after the other in public interest without any delay - Mr. Baghel

Chief Minister attends programme of Jhariya community

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attended Shri Narayan Dev Jayanti programme, organized by Chhattisgarh Jhariya Samaj in village Kauhi of Paatan block of Durg district, yesterday. On the occasion, Chief Minister extended hearty congratulations to people of the community. Mr. Baghel assured of taking the necessary initiatives to resolve the problems faced by Jhariya community in availing their constitutional rights. In the programme, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel was felicitated with a memento. On the occasion, state-level youth introductory meet was also organized.

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that he was glad to attend the programme organized by Chhattisgarh Jhariya (Mahaar and Mahra) community. He said that by attending these community programmes, he gets the opportunity to witness and understand different rituals and activities of the communities. Chief Minister appealed people of the community to be united and make collective contribution in the development of the state. Mr. Baghel, in his address to the programme, informed about various decisions taken in the larger interest of farmers and labourers. On the occasion, Regional Head of the community Mr. Chandrabhan Meshraam along with office-bearers, local representatives and a large number of people of the community were also present.


Raipur : No hut will be demolished : Chief Minister : Bhagel weighed in ‘Til ke laddu’ on Makar Sankranti

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel was weighed in ‘Til ke laddu’ on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti at Pujari Park in the capital today. He greeted the citizens of the State and wished them a bright and prosperous future ahead. The peopled fed the Chief Minister with the sweet. Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shivkumar Daharia, MLAs Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma,  Bruhaspath Singh and Mrs. Anita Sharma were also present.

Chief Minister said that no hut will be shifted or demolished. He assured the gathering that clean drinking water will be supplied in all the areas and extra land will be allocated to the Government College. The District Collector had been ordered to provide the land as early as possible. The State Government had been taking decisions keeping in mind interests of all sections of the society. The farmers’ loans had been waived and Minimum Support Price (MSP) for paddy had been fixed at Rs 2, 500 a quintal. The State Government will fulfill all the promises of ‘jan goshna patra’ (people’s manifesto). Property Tax and electricity bill had been reduced to half. He appealed to the citizens to pay Property Tax and Electricity Bill.

Mr. Bupesh Baghel said that prohibition will be imposed in phases. Liquor is a social evil. The society should also come forward for banning alcohol. There is a need for creating awareness among the masses. Opinion of all sections of the society will be elicited. A study team will be dispatched to the States where prohibition is in force. Mr. Baghel said that S.I.T. teams will probe ‘Jheerum’ incident and ‘PDS’ scam. Registration of five decimal plots had been started. F.I.Rs filed against chit fund companies will be withdrawn. The money of the working classes will be returned to them. Dr. Shiv Daharia said that the Government belonged to the native Chhattisgarhias. The authorities will focus on all-round development. Large number of citizens, corporators and people’s representatives were also present.

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