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Gariaband: Women groups are producing organic medicines to promote organic farming: Additional income has also become a means

Important schemes like Gram Suraji Yojana and Godhan Nyaya are being operated by the Government of Chhattisgarh for strengthening the rural economy. A major objective of these schemes is also to promote organic farming and manufacture of organic manure from local resources. The fertile use of chemical fertilizers is destroying the fertility of the earth. In such a situation, the trend of organic manure and organic medicines is being promoted. Rural women are also second to none in this mission. Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Chhaura Ruchi Sharma said that this work was done by Smt. Gayatri Sahu, an active member of Jai Maa Saraswati group of village organization Jai Ganga Maiya of Tigga cluster of village Rani Pratewa under Chhattisgarh development block of National Rural Livelihood Mission (Bihan). It is being done well. Various organic medicines and fertilizers are being manufactured and used at the village level through NPM Shop, promoting organic farming under Bihan's CSMS project. Member Gayatri Sahu was told that she is herself manufacturing Nadeep Khad, Ketchua Khad, Dense Jeevamrit, Neemastra, Agnastra, Besram Patri Dawa, Dandi Dharma, Amrit Pani and Amrit Khad. Along with the manufacture, these organic medicines are being used to protect themselves from the disease and pests of the crop in the farm and field. Gayatri said that these medicines have been manufactured from local resources and the cost of manufacture is almost nil. Medicines are also being sold through Bihan's shop, due to which it has become a source of additional income. The price of these medicines ranges from 50 to 80 rupees per bottle, this price is much less than the chemical medicines available in the market. He told that through this NPM shop, she earns 5-6 thousand rupees every season. Simultaneously, Gayatri is also imparting training for its construction in other villages, development blocks and districts.

Compensation in the compensation received by the successors of the deceased in Supepeda

In Chhattisgarh, due to deaths due to kidney disease, in the headlines, Supepeda village of Griya Bandh district has been in the limelight for some other reason. Actually, the case of disturbances in the compensation received by their successors after the death had occurred. A woman deprived of compensation disclosed herself to this compensation while describing herself as entitled to compensation.

Sudipi Bai of Supebeda alleges that she was the only child of her parents. In such a case, he is entitled to compensation from the government after the death of his parents, but some people of the village have removed their name from the list of compensation amount and named their uncle's name in the list. The woman says that before her compensation she has received 20 thousand rupees, but when Rs 50,000 was re-released, the people of the village removed her name from the list and named her uncle.

Sumati Bai told that she is not such a victim alone but there are many people in her village whose place has been forcibly put on someone else's list of compensation. Although the Panchayat Secretary is also accepting the point of Sumati Right now, Sumati has filed a complaint with the collector seeking a probe into the entire matter.

How many deaths have happened since Kidney disease in Supepeda, the correct answer is neither the government nor the villagers. Health Department is accepting the death of 65 people due to kidney disease, while 96 people are reported to be dead. Believing the villagers, the first 20-20 thousand compensation to all 96 dead families and now 50 thousand rupees per family is paying compensation. After the dispute arising out of the number of deaths and compensation due to kidney disease, the district collector has ordered an inquiry into the entire matter.

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