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Chief Minister Shri Baghel did the video all through crossfacing Addressed to the Deputy Commissioner, Inspector General, Collector and Superintendent of Police Given guidelines

Mahasamund, December 19, 2018 / Chief Minister, Shri Bhupesh Baghel addressed all the leaders of the state, Police Inspector General, Collectors and Superintendents of the State through video cronfracinging from Mahanadi Bhavan, Atal Nagar Ministry today. Cabinet Minister Shri TS Sinhdev and Shri Tamwardha Sahu were also present in the video cronferring. Chief Minister Shri Bijel received information from all the leaders, inspector general, district collectors and police superintendents about his work through video-crossfacing. Chief Minister Shri Baghel has instructed all the collectors to work in accordance with the declaration of declaration. In the video conference, he came to know about the arrangements for paddy protection from the arrival of arrivals, uproar, storage and current rainfall of the paddy being procured at the support cost including law and order. They also gave necessary instructions regarding the maintenance of paddy storages in the committees. The Chief Minister said that the support price of Paddy is increased to 2500 rupees per quintal and the benefits of farmers' debt waiver on priority basis. He said that by increasing the support price of paddy in the state, the possibility of selling the paddy from the border states of Chhattisgarh can increase the possibility, for which they have directed the officers to keep a strict vigil in the border areas of the state.
Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that there is a need to speed up the work of public interest on priority basis. Keeping in view the possibilities of development of the district, it has been instructed to prepare the work plan. He told about the debt waiver of the farmers of the state that besides the cooperative banks and Chhattisgarh rural banks, even if the farmers have taken agricultural loans from other commercial banks, their figures should be collected to avail the benefits of the debt relief scheme. Regarding providing employment in the field of agriculture and co-operatives, the Chief Minister said that the area of ​​cultivation of fruits and vegetables should be increased at the local level and necessary action plan should be prepared to establish food processing industry. In rural areas, the government land also instructed to preserve the land for schools and playgrounds and other works. In connection with the distribution of forest rights letters, the Chief Minister said that take action against providing the personal and social forest rights letters at the speed of the scheduled tribes of the Scheduled Tribes occupying forest land before 2005.
Minister of Chhattisgarh Shri T.S. Under the various social security pension scheme, Sinh has collected information about pension payments and beneficiaries given to elderly, widows and diviners and sent to the state government. Apart from this, we also learned about the works of road construction in different districts. The Minister in the video conferencing, Shri Tamwardha Sahu said that the water available in various irrigation projects should be ensured for the use of rabi crops in a planned manner. He said that in order to expand the irrigation facilities in the future, proposals for new irrigation projects should be prepared and sent to the government and special attention should be taken on site selection and utilization while preparing proposals for irrigation projects. He also inquired about the schemes run by all the departments. On this occasion, in the video conferencing at the district level, collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta, Superintendent of Police Mr. Santosh Kumar Singh, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Deputy Collector, Smt. Border Thakur were present.

Health check camp today in Mohari Bhati

Under the Mahasamund, December 19, 2018 / Department of Health and Family Welfare and National Urban Health Mission, Mahasamund, today, on 20th December, Mahasamund Ward no. 28 organized a one-day free health check camp in Moharibhana near Jhulagar from 11 am to 5 pm Will go. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar said that the eye doctor in the camp will also provide his services. He appealed to the general public to take advantage of this health check-up camp in greater numbers.

Goat species are being run to protect animals   PPR Vaccination Campaign

According to Mahasamund 19 December 2018 / Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta, the PPR vaccination campaign is being run in the animals of goat species through Animal Husbandry Department in the district. This campaign will be run from December 17 to December 30, 2018. A comprehensive action plan has been prepared in the whole district for the implementation of this campaign. Dr. Dharmadas Jhariya, Deputy Director, Department of Veterinary Medicine said that there are currently approximately two lakh goat species of livestock in the district, in which 78 vaccination teams have been deployed for cent percent vaccination. These teams included Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, Assistant Veterinary Area Officer, Animal Supervisor, Friendship (Private Artificial Insemination Worker) and Gauseworkers. These teams will go to Dewar and Village wise to go to the house of P.P.R. Will immunize. For the successful operation of the program, Dr. C. S. Chandrakar Mahasamund, Dr. AR Ghatallhari Bagbahra, Dr. Deepak Agarwal Pithora, Dr. Jitendra Nayak Basna and Dr. R.K.Verma Saraioli were appointed as Development Block Nodal Officers. Have gone Responsibility has been given to Ms Varsha Yadu Assistant Veterinary Area Officer for reporting every day from the District Control Room to the provincial office.
For greater information on this program, publicity has been circulated in all the villages, towns and cities of the district through wall-writing and munadi. In the cold chain system, adequate vaccination has been stored in the quantity of 4 lakh 67 thousand. During the campaign, the state level supervisor will reach the district for assessment of ground reality. After 21 days of vaccination, to know the effect of vaccination, vaccinated serum samples from 0.2 percent vaccinated goats by vaccinated random sampling method will be sent to the State Disease Investigation Laboratory, Raipur through local Disease Investigation Laboratory. In this disease-borne P.P.R disease of goat species, animals appear to be cold, cold and watery and nostril, eye salivation, mouth rash, thin diarrhea, hawf and high fever. . 70 to 80 percent of infected animals die. Goat rearing is the main occupation of Scheduled Castes, Tribe, Backward Classes, Minority communities, and landless small and marginal farmers of the state. P.P.R. Due to the outbreak of the disease, these classes are financially damaged. Earlier, there were thousands of goats in this disease, but due to the campaign the rate of mortality has decreased considerably. The disease has not confirmed the death of the sheep in the district for the last five years. Animal Husbandry P.P.R. The awareness of vaccination has increased and they are benefiting.

nstructions for continuous monitoring of Nodal officers, including revenue officials, on all the production centers Make adequate arrangements to protect the purchased paddy, for that cap   Keep in adequate number Ensure transport of accumulated paddy at quick pace

Time-bound meeting concluded
Mahasamund, 19 December 2018 / Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta reviewed the work by taking a time-limit meeting in the meeting room of the District Office here today. He said that paddy procurement centers are being procured by the district for Kharif marketing year 2018-19. For all the Nodal Officers, Revenue Officers and other related departments should immediately visit the storage centers including paddy accretion centers in their respective areas for not getting affected due to rain and bad weather. View all types of arrangements in the storage centers including paddy production centers, see drain arrangements along with De Nange system. Where there is any deficiency in the system, remove it immediately. Make adequate arrangements to safeguard the purchased paddy, keep the cap sufficient for it. Also focus on special arrangements for the transport of accumulated paddy. For procurement of paddy procurement, the concerned departments, including the food department, including the revenue officials, should be especially careful. Regarding procurement of paddy, he further said that the officials of Nodal Officer, Markfed, Mandi and other departments, including revenue officials, especially in the border areas, should also monitor so that other states could not come here. In addition, he instructed to complete the entry of the harvesting experiment.
The collector informed about the arrangements made for the purchase and protection of the paddy made by the societies in the meeting. It was told that arrangements for polythene and cap cover were also made in the societies. In the time-limit meeting, Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta has specifically directed the revenue officials, including officers and nodal officers of concerned departments, for continuous monitoring and monitoring of all the procurement centers in the district. He said that after visiting the collection centers including the earning centers, visiting the situation and looking at the situation and resolving any problems, then solve it. The collector said that if there was any kind of damage to rabi crop due to untimely rain, then check it out. If any type of episode is made under the Revenue Book 6-4, then see it as well. Apart from this, the Director of the Department of Horticulture also directed to prepare information regarding the damage done to the crops related to horticultural crops.
In the time-limit meeting, the collector said that in view of untimely rains and the cold wave generated from it, also make adequate arrangements for the burns in the presence of CMO of Tahsildar and urban bodies, bus stand etc. along with RAN busara etc. In the meeting of the time-limit, he said that the case of RBC 6-4 should not remain pending at any level, for this, the Revenue Officers should continuously review, along with the cases related to the Road Accident. In the meeting, he got information about revenue, land records, digital signature etc. They reviewed the works of agricultural crop insurance, health, water shed, construction and development works conducted under various schemes. Apart from this, we also learned about the removal of cases received from various commissions including the real estate, RRC of banks, recovery. They have directed it for resolution on priority basis. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Shri Shiv Kumar Tiwari, District Officials of various departments including Sub-Divisional Officers were present in the meeting.

On the occasion of Energy Conservation Day, various schools of the district   Various programs in Awareness rally to promote energy conservation

Mahasamund, December 14, 2018 / Bureau of Energy Efficient Ministry of Energy is celebrated by the Indian Government on December 14 as the National Energy Conservation Day. Under this, various programs were organized on various topics related to energy conservation in different 9 schools of the district. These included the selection of government high secondary schools in the rural areas including the district headquarters Mahasamund. Various activities were organized on the subject of energy conservation through the students of science and mathematics subject of 11th standard. This includes awareness rally, wall pating, quiz competition, energy audit of homes and schools etc. For the implementation of this program, Energy Club will be formed in the respective schools. In which physics teacher, energy guru, teacher of science will be the energy conservator and student of 11th standard science and mathematics. Government Adarsha Higher Secondary School of the district, Mahasamund, DMS, Mahasamud, Ashabai Golcha School, Mahasamund, Bemcha, Bagbahra, Komakhan, Pithora, Basana and Government. Energy Club was formed by selecting Kenya Higher Secondary School, Pithora is. Organizing awareness raises for awareness generation on energy conservation day on the occasion of Energy Conservation Day through the Energy Guru protector students and Chhattisgarh State Renewable Energy Development Agency (CREDAA) of all these schools; Painting) program was organized.

Claim-objection till 24 December 2018

Applications for the posts of three posts of three posts and sweeper of vacant post of janitor and waterman for employees who received salaries from contingency fund under Mahasamund, December 13, 2018 / Office of District and Sessions Judge, Mahasamund were applied. The list of applicants found eligible and ineligible from the received application form has been uploaded on the website of the District and Sessions Judge, Mahasamund on December 13, 2018, in which any applicants have to make a claim-objection, they will have 5 December, By the time, we can present the claim-objection. Claims objections will not be accepted by post, e-mail, registered post and other means. No objection will be considered on the claim objection received after the last date. Candidates may obtain information from time to time regarding the examination in the website of the Office, at the post office.

December 18 declared dry days

On 18th December 2018, on the occasion of 'Guru Ghasidas Jayanti' by Mahasamund 13 December 2018 / Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta has been declared a dry day in the district. On this day all retailers of foreign liquor, liquor shops and liquor vendors of the district will be closed completely.

Assembly election-2012 Final training of counting officers and staff completed Completed preparations for counting

Preparations have been completed for counting in the guidance and direction of District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta for Mahasamund, December 10, 2018 / Assembly Election 2018. Vigilance centers have been set up for four assembly constituencies in Pithiyajar, Krishi Utpanch Mandi, and they have been completely prepared for counting. Under the Legislative Assembly election 2018, the final stage training was given to officers and employees engaged in the counting of votes in Pariyazhar Mahasamund, Agricultural Produce Market Complex, here today on the guidance and direction of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta. General observer appointed for the Assembly Election 2018 during the training, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Sarai Pali SDM Mr. Vinay Kumar Langeh, Deputy District Election Officer Mr. B. S. Assistant Returning Officer and other officials were also present in the meeting. In the meanwhile, Legislative Randomization was done in the presence of general observers of officers and employees engaged in the counting of votes.
Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta said that the officers and employees engaged in the counting process should reach the counting place on time on the day of counting day. Broaching tax gate has been set for entry for officers and employees at the counting place. On the day of counting day, information will be given on the prescribed tables of counting staff through randomization. He said that employees-officials will not come in the counting of mobile phones etc. He said that the first postal ballot will be counted. Officers and employees appointed for postal ballot count were also trained here for this. During training, the Master Trainers were apprised of the processes of counting. The training was also given to statutory provisions of counting of votes, sealing of machines after calculation etc. Apart from Assistant Returning Officer, Counting Officer and employees, Micro Observer was also present on this occasion.

Amendment in duty order of officers-employees engaged in counting work

Mahasamund, 08 December 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta has done the duty of Legislative Officer-employees for the purpose of sealing work in EVM after completion of the work of the assembly elections 2018 and the completion of counting of votes, in which 10 On December 11, 2018, at 11 o'clock in the polling station, in the morning, Practical and Practical Guide to Micro Observer Duty HE Indian Administrative Manager of Life Insurance Corporation Shri Kanhaiya Lal Sharma went to put in the past. By issuing the modified order of their place, duty of Shri Harising Thakur, the administrative manager of Life Insurance Corporation of India has been imposed.
 Similarly, a new order has been issued by amending the duty imposed for the editing of the postal ballot paper. Among these, Master Trainers Dr. RK Devangan was former Assembly Assembly, which has been revised to the Assembly. Similarly, Master Tea Nurses Mr. Ramesh Soni was formerly the Vidhan Sabha Khallari, which has been revised to the Assembly.
  Apart from this, duty was imposed for tabulating and other works in the Returning Officer and Assistant Returning Officer's table, in which partial amendment was replaced by Assistant Professor Shri Ajay Kumar Raja, Shri Late Shri Ajay Kumar Shrivas and Assistant in place of Principal Shri Somkumar Chatterjee Duty of Professor Shri Vanender Kumar Sahu has been imposed.

District Election Officer took a meeting of Lee Media Representatives Conveyed the various provisions and directions of Election Commission

Mahasamund, 08 December 2018 / assembly election -2018 will be held on 11 December in the Agriculture Produce Market Patiyazar Mahasamund. In this regard, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta took a meeting of the Media Representatives in the collectorate meeting room and conveyed the various provisions and directions of the Election Commission. The District Election Officer said that the media center has been made in the counting place. Authorization letter has been issued to the media representatives for entry to the counting place, media representatives will be able to take the mobile to the media center, taking mobile to the counting room is prohibited.
District Election Officer Mr. Himashikhar Gupta said that special arrangements have been made for media coverage for the counting of votes in the counting centers. This entry authorization letter has been issued to two representatives of one and the other electronic media institutions of the authorized print media institutes. He informed that under the guidance of the Officer-in-Charge, the representatives of the media in the counting room will be able to shoot from the video camera but the camera will not be static. The tripod will not be used in the counting room for video shoot. There will be adequate arrangement for sitting in the media center, phone, TV, drinking water.
The District Election Officer said that each Assembly will have 14-14 tables for counting of votes. The number of tables will be counted by the same number of votes cast by the agent candidates. In addition, an election agent and a postal counseling agent can also be appointed. He said that on Strong Room counting day, representatives of political parties, observers and assistant Returning Officer will be opened at 7 in the presence of the people. Counting starts at 8 o'clock in the morning. First of all, postal ballots will be counted and after 8 PM, counting of votes will start from EVM machine. The counting of votes for each round of counting will be given. On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari, Deputy District Election Officer Mr. B. S. Representatives of print and electronic media including Murakam, Election Supervisor, Shri Munnalal Tandiye were present.

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