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BJP's new executive will soon be formed in Chhattisgarh, Vishnudev Sai gets responsibility


Vishnudev Sai told that all the fronts in the state will also be formed afresh. The Congress will not benefit from the announcements of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (Bhupesh Baghel).

 

Delhi. Chhattisgarh BJP President Vishnudev Sai will soon announce a new executive. The national leadership has given the green signal to form a new team to Vishnudev Sai. Vishnudev, who came to Delhi for the first time after becoming the state president, has got the approval from the national president JP Nadda (Jp Nadda), the national general secretary of the organization BL Santosh, in-charge Anil Jain to form the new executive. The state president is calling the meeting of BJP leaders as a courtesy call. Vishnudev Sai told that permission has been received from the national leadership to make the executive of the state, the team will be announced soon.

Vishnudev Sai told that all the fronts in the state will also be formed afresh. He told that the youth will be given more space in the executive. But senior colleagues will also be kept together. There will be a mixture of energy and experience in the new executive. Claiming BJP's victory in Marwahi by-election, Vishnudev Sai said that Congress will not get the benefit of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel's announcements.

Direct target on opposition
In the last assembly elections, the Congress was third. After the formation of the government, the Congress had made several announcements for the region. But nothing happened The people of the region recognize the Congress, do anything, the people of the region will not trust Congress. Only BJP will win the election. He said that after the death of Ajit Jogi, there has been a split in the Janata Congress. Their people are coming to BJP and Congress. The former Janata Congress is not today.

Soon there will be a by-election

Chhattisgarh's Marwahi assembly by-election is going to be held soon. Election programs can be held anytime. The political parties have intensified due to the only Marwahi by-election in the state. Political parties have started claiming to forfeit each other in the by-elections. After the death of former CM Ajit Jogi, his seat is vacant and by-elections are to be held in Marwahi Assembly. With whom, the Jogi family is putting all its strength to save their 20-year-old stronghold.

Jogi Congress leader Dr. Renu Jogi is collecting people's feelings by sending a picture of her husband Ajit Jogi from door to door, while Amit Jogi has faith in the people of Marwahi. Amit Jogi says that like the previous elections, the public will win the candidate of his party with heavy votes.




People of Chhattisgarh dominate 'fear' of Corona, another infected youth commits suicide


In Janjgir Champa, there has been a case of suicide of a young Corona Infected. This is the third suicide case in Chhattisgarh due to fear of Korana virus.

 

Janjgir Champa In Janjgir Champa of Chhattisgarh, a young man infected with Coronavirus, committed suicide after being cut off from a train on Thursday. On this matter, Janjgir police station in-charge Lakesh Kentwat said that Pankaj Tiwari (26), near Khoksa village in the district, committed suicide by cutting from a train. He was a resident of Kulipota village. He told that after the infection was confirmed, Tiwari was admitted to the Covid Care Center in Janjgir on 15 September.

Health officer said this
While a health officer of Janjgir Champa district said that he was taking medicines and food in the usual way in Kovid Care Center. He said that other patients living in the room with 26-year-old Pankaj Tiwari, after finding him missing, informed the authorities. During the search, information was found about his body lying on the railway track.

Police said this
On this matter, police officer Lakesh Kentwant said that before committing suicide, Tiwari had sent a message to his sister on the mobile phone asking him to tell the mother to forgive me. Kenwat said that the cause of suicide has not yet been ascertained. Police has registered a case and investigation is being done.

Three people have committed suicide so far
Significantly, so far, three patients of Kovid-19 have committed suicide. Two of them committed suicide in Kovid Care Center in Janjgir Champa district and one in AIIMS (Raipur).

The government took a major step towards the Corona investigation
Recently, the Bhupesh Baghel government has taken a big decision to give relief to people struggling with the Corona crisis. The state government has now fixed the rate of corona investigation. Now people will have to pay 1600 rupees for RT-PCR test in a private lab in Chhattisgarh. At the same time, people will have to pay 1800 rupees to collect the sample from home. According to the government directive, 2000 and 2200 rupees have been fixed for testing in labs outside the state. At the same time, instructions have been issued by the government to implement the check rate with immediate effect.




Tribal death case in encounter: Chhattisgarh Governor writes letter to MP CM Shivraj


Chhattisgarh Governor Anusuiya Uike has written a letter in the death case of Jamsingh Dhurve, resident of village Balasamund under Bodla development block in Kawardha district.

 

Raipur. Chhattisgarh Governor Anusuiya Uike has written a letter in the death case of Jamsingh Dhurve, a resident of Balasamund village under Bodla development block of Kawardha district. Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has written a letter to Governor Uike. The Governor has written a letter to CM Shivraj to conduct a high-level inquiry into the incident of Jham Singh's death and to provide compensation to the victim's family. The Governor has written in his letter that Mohammad Akbar, Minister, Government of Chhattisgarh, Forest, Transport, Housing and Environment, Law and Legislative Department has informed about the incident in a telephonic discussion.

The Governor has written in the letter that Minister Akbar has sent its detailed information and report, which is attached to this letter. He has said that according to the minister, a brief description of the facts mentioned in the letter is as follows. On 6 September 2020, Madhya Pradesh Police has shot and killed another person named Namsingh Dhurve, a resident of Jamsingh Dhur village of Chhattisgarh, Balsamund district Kabirdham, in the border district Kabirdham Maradbara forest area of ​​Balaghat and Chhattisgarh. The incident has been described as a Naxalite encounter by the Madhya Pradesh Police.

Governor wrote this thing in the letter
The Governor has written in the letter that the investigation of the said incident has been conducted by the Chhattisgarh Government with the Collector and Subdivisional Officer, whose report is attached. According to which both people have never been involved in Naxalite activities. Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar has written to you and the Home Minister on 12 and 14 September 2020 for a high-level inquiry. It is worth mentioning that this encounter case is related to tribal area and tribal society. In view of the circumstances, if the investigation of the incident is done with a high level committee, according to public sentiment, then the situation will be clear and if the victims are given appropriate compensation, then they will also get justice.




Chhattisgarh government's big announcement, now corona examination will be done in private lab for only this much money


Corona Testing Rate Fixed: The Government of Chhattisgarh has fixed the rate of RT-PCR and antigen rapid test for testing of Kovid-19 in private pathology labs and hospitals.

 

Raipur. To give relief to the people suffering from Corona crisis, Bhupesh Baghel Government (Bhupesh Baghel) has taken a big decision. The state government has now fixed the rate of corona investigation. In Chhattisgarh, people will have to pay Rs 1600 for RT-PCR (RTPCR) test in a private lab. At the same time, people will have to pay 1800 rupees to collect the sample from home. According to the government directive, 2000 and 2200 rupees have been fixed for testing in labs outside the state. At the same time, instructions have been issued by the government to implement the check rate with immediate effect.

The government of Chhattisgarh has fixed the rate of RT-PCR and antigen rapid test for screening of Kovid-19 in private pathology labs and hospitals. A rate of Rs 1600 has been set for RTPCR test in established labs in Chhattisgarh. 1800 rupees will be collected when samples are collected from prospective patient's home for examination. For labs located outside the state, the rate of RTPCR test has been fixed at Rs. 2000. 2200 rupees will be collected on sample collection from home. These charges include sample collection, transportation, testing, consumables, PPE kits etc.

Rules apply

A fee of Rs 900 has been fixed for rapid antigen test in private labs and hospitals. This includes testing, consumables, PPE kits etc. Health and Family Welfare Department of the state government has issued orders in this regard from the Ministry today. These rates set by the government have come into force with immediate effect.

Steadily increasing figures

It is known that 3,450 new cases of corona infection were confirmed in Chhattisgarh on Tuesday. This is the highest in terms of cases coming in the state in a day. With this, the total number of Kovid-19 victims in Chhattisgarh has increased to 70,777 on Tuesday. At the same time, 773 people were discharged from hospitals in the state on Tuesday after becoming infection free. During this period, 15 infected people have died.

Officials said that till Tuesday 8,27,074 samples have been tested in Chhattisgarh. Of these, 70,777 people have been confirmed infected. 34,238 patients have become infection free after treatment. There are 35,951 patients undergoing treatment in the state. There have been 588 deaths due to corona virus in the state. In Raipur district of the state, 23,621 people have been confirmed to be infected with the corona virus. Corona virus-infected 278 people have died in the district.




Chhattisgarh: Congress veteran and former minister Chanesh Ram Rathia dies of Corona


Former minister Chanesh Ram Rathiya died in a private hospital in Raigarh while undergoing treatment for Coronavirus.

 

Raigad In Chhattisgarh, the Congress (Congress) and a prominent leader from tribal society and former minister Chanesh Ram Rathiya (Chanesh Ram Rathiya) has passed away. He died in a private hospital in Raigarh on Monday while undergoing treatment for Corona virus (Corona). He was admitted to the hospital a few days ago. He died at OP Jindal Hospital in Raigarh around 1 pm. After this, his funeral was done on Monday morning in Raigad. Guidelines set by the government were followed in the funeral due to death from Corona.

Chanesh Ram Rathia was a minister in undivided Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh government. He was the PWD Minister in the Government of Madhya Pradesh. His son Lal Jeet Rathia is currently an MLA from Dharamjaigarh constituency. Chanesh Ram represented the Dharmajaygarh Legislative Assembly for about 3 decades. It was considered very popular in public with leaders from young to old age. Rathia, with his simple natural nature, kept direct contact with every house in the area. Chanesh Ram Rathia was cremated at 11 am in the home village Brindavan (Bokramuda).

CM Bhupesh expressed grief
CM Bhupesh Baghel has expressed grief over the death of Chanesh Ram. He wrote by tweeting - The sad news of the death of former cabinet minister of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and the powerful tribal leader of Congress Chanesh Ram Rathia Ji. He will always be remembered as a true public servant in the entire state along with Dharamjaigarh.

Continuously increasing cases
In Chhattisgarh, cases of corona infection are increasing continuously. The total number of patients has reached close to 70 thousand. A few days ago Alok Johri, director of the Investigation Wing of the Income Tax Department, died during the Corona treatment. The number of deaths from corona in the state has also reached close to 500.




All possible steps are being taken in Chhattisgarh with Kovid-19: Baghel


Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel) said that the state has increased its testing capacity of Kovid-19 (Covid-19) significantly in the last few months.

 

Raipur. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Sunday said that all possible measures are being taken to prevent the spread of the treatment and infection of patients in the state, amid a steady increase in cases of Covid-19 (Chovid-19) in Chhattisgarh. Huh.

According to an official statement released here, Baghel also spoke on the subject of 'inclusive development - your Aas' in the tenth edition of his monthly radio address program 'Lokvani'. He said that inclusive development is the only solution to the socio-economic problem of the state and the country.

The Chief Minister said that the state has increased its testing capacity of Kovid-19 considerably in the last few months. Baghel said, "In March this year, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Raipur had a Kovid-19 test facility and it was a big challenge to expand the testing facilities."

At present all the six state medical colleges and four private laboratories in the state have RT-PCR test facilities.
He said that arrangements have been made for Rapid Antigen Testing in all Community and Primary Health Centers and 28 District Hospitals, while TruNat Testing is being done in 30 laboratories.

He said that similarly Corona virus treatment was initially available in Kevan AIIMS Raipur, but the state government has now established 29 government hospitals, 29 dedicated Kovid hospitals and 186 Kovid care centers across the state.

Along with this, 19 private hospitals have also been approved for treatment of Kovid-19.

He said that there were 148 ventilators for emergency cases in government hospitals, which has now increased to 331. He said that "all possible measures are being taken for the prevention of viral infections and the treatment of patients."

As of Saturday, 61,763 cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the state and out of these 33,246 cases are under treatment while 27,978 people have recovered and 539 have died.

According to the health department, as of Saturday, Chhattisgarh stood at sixth place in the states and union territories of the country in terms of sub-judice.

The Chief Minister, while sharing his views on 'inclusive development - your hope', said, "I firmly believe that the economic and social problems of the country and the state can be solved only through inclusive development."

He also underlined the importance of participation of farmers, villagers, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, backward classes and women in the economy.

He said, "We can achieve inclusive growth only when we consider farmers as the axis of the economy." The Chhattisgarh government has put farmers at the center of the economy. Apart from this, the state government is making serious efforts to increase participation of farmers, villagers, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, backward classes and women in the economy. "




Unique style of 'Cinema wale babu' of Chhattisgarh, teaching children by showing them on TV


Known by the nickname of 'Cinema Wale Babu', the real name of this teacher is Ashok Lodhi. In fact, Ashok Lodhi conducts 'Mohalla' classes for school students on his bike with TV and speakers.

Chhattisgarh. There is a teacher in Korea District of Chhattisgarh who teaches children by showing them TV. For this, they rotate with TV on their bikes. They roam the villages and teach children. Because of this teaching style, he has become famous in the entire district. People call him Babu in cinema, while his real name is Ashok Lodhi.

Now, from children to the elderly, people call him Babu, a cinema. Because of this, his nickname has become the same. At the same time, Babu, a cinematographer, says that because of watching television, children are studying with much interest. Their number has also increased.

According to the news agency ANI, the real name of this teacher, known by the nickname of Babu, a cinema, is Ashok Lodhi. In fact, Ashok Lodhi conducts Mohalla classes for school students on his bike with TV and speakers. In the picture you can see the speaker.

They say that they want to develop a medium for teaching children, so that they read diligently. For this reason, they are teaching through TV and speakers to attract students.

Please tell that due to Corona, schools are closed all over the country for the last several months. In such a situation, the education of children in villages has been missed. Whereas, online medium is being taught in cities. One student said that watching TV and reading is fun. We watch cartoons and study at the same time.

At the same time, for this unique effort by Ashok Lodhi, he is called Babu with cinema. He said that I did not have to spend any extra money to teach in this manner, because TV is from our school and I visit many places to take classes anyway. The local administration has also encouraged me for this work. If they believe, children are now studying with great enthusiasm.




Major action: 3 accused arrested with 4 kg gold and 32 lakh cash from Odisha border


Singhoda police of Mahasamund has arrested three people smuggling gold. A large amount of cash has also been recovered from the accused.

Mahasamund. The police has taken a major action on the Chhattisgarh-Odisha border. On Thursday, more than 4 kg of gold and more than 32 lakh cash has been recovered by the Singhoda police at the Rehtikhol check post. With this, the police have arrested 3 accused. It is being told that the Sindhora police had received information from the informer that a huge amount of gold and cash was being carried in a car. On this information, the police conducted a checking campaign. During the checking of the vehicle, three riders were found in a vehicle. When the police inquired into the search, the accused started trying to mislead them. When the police investigated the vehicle in doubt, gold and cash were recovered.


Actually, the Singhoda police of Mahasamund have arrested 3 people smuggling inter-state gold. Singhoda Police has arrested the accused near Rehtikhol check post. The police have seized 4 kg 480 grams of gold from the accused, while 32 lakh 84 thousand 500 cash have also been recovered. The seized amount and the value of gold has been stated to be 2 crore 55 lakh 34 thousand 500.


 Police disclosed the case


Disclosing the case, Mahasamund SP Prafulla Thakur said that information was received from the informers on behalf of Odisha that a Swift Dzire car was coming at a high speed and under suspicious circumstances. On the basis of the information, the police started the investigation by making a check point at Rehtikhol, Chhattisgarh-Odisha border. During this, a Swift Dzire car coming from Odisha was stopped, in which 3 people were riding. Everyone called their names Devendra Sahu, Sharad Sharma and Bharat Rajput, who were residents of Raipur.

After searching the car, a secret chamber was found, which upon checking, found a huge amount of cash and 4 kg 480 grams of gold. The arrested persons told that gold and cash were skilled jewelers of Raipur but could not give any valid documents regarding cash and gold. During interrogation, the matter of supply in various jewelers shop of Odisha came to light. Due to lack of documents, the police arrested the accused and seized the money and gold and handed over the case to IT.




Former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital, Dr. Vivek Chaudhary accused of harassment, Medical Commission reached Women's Commission


The medical student is alleged that former Superintendent Dr. Vivek Chaudhary used to make objectionable messages late at night. Did not even sign on to bother Thesis.

Raipur. The former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital in Raipur (Raipur) capital of Chhattisgarh has made serious allegations against a medical student. Medical student alleges that Dr. Vivek Chaudhary used to send him offensive at night. He did not even sign his thesis for the purpose of harassing him. According to the student, she tried to complain about this matter too, but got no success. Now the matter reached the Women's Commission and filed a complaint. At the same time, the Women's Commission has issued a notice asking Vivek Chaudhary to submit a reply. Now the favor of the former Superintendent is yet to come in this whole matter.

In fact, a medical college student has filed a complaint in the Women's Commission against Ambedkar Hospital's former superintendent and HOD doctor of cancer department, Vivek Chaudhary, alleging harassment. According to the information, the female doctor says that the former superintendent used to make objectionable messages late at night. When the superintendent did not listen, Vivek Chaudhary accused the student of not intentionally signing theses, for the purpose of harassing him. It is being told that the victim has already tried to complain, but Vivek Chaudhary's Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital did not have any hearing.

Girl student reached the Commission after complaining
Action was not taken in the case, the victim reached the Women's Commission and filed a complaint. Initially, the Chhattisgarh Women's Commission is currently investigating the case. To give clarification on the complaint, former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital Vivek Chaudhary has also been called by giving notice in the Commission. Women Commission Chairman Kiranmayi Nayak said that Vivek Chaudhary was called to the Commission's office on Wednesday for the first hearing after receiving the complaint. The former superintendent also appeared before the commission. After this, the Women's Commission has given the time to present the answer after 15 days by handing over the copy of the complaint made against her. Hearing of the matter has been kept in the Women's Commission again on 23 September. Now Vivek Chaudhary's reply to the student's allegations is being awaited.




Coronas being uncontrolled in Chhattisgarh, number of infected crossed 55 thousand


So far 7,37,334 samples have been tested in Chhattisgarh. Of these, 55,680 people have been confirmed to be infected.

 

Raipur. According to the bulletin released on Thursday in Chhattisgarh, 2,227 people have been confirmed to have Corona Virus infection during 24 hours. The number of people infected with this virus in the state has increased to 55,680. On Wednesday, 1,345 people in the state were discharged from hospitals after becoming infection free. At the same time 16 people died in one day due to infection.

State Health Department officials said on Thursday that 2,227 cases of infection have been reported today. These include 672 from Raipur district, 207 from Rajnandgaon, 190 from Durg, 130 from Bilaspur, 129 from Janjgir-Champa, 114 from Raigad, 75 from Mahasamund, 68 from Dantewada, 52 from Surajpur, 48 from Korea, 46 from Sukma, Kabirdham 42, 40-40 from Balrampur and Kondagaon, 39 from Balod, 38 from Sarguja, 37 from Dhamtari, 36 from Balodabazar, 34 from Korba, 30 from Bemetra, 29 from Bastar, 28-28 from Mungeli and Bijapur, 22 from Narayanpur, Eighteen patients from Gariaband and Kanker, 18 from Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi and Jashpur.

Officials said that 7,37,334 samples have been tested so far in Chhattisgarh. Of these, 55,680 people have been confirmed infected. 25,855 patients have become infection free after treatment, while 29,332 patients are currently under treatment in the state. In the state, 493 people infected with the virus have died. Corona virus infection has been confirmed to be the highest among 19,525 people in Raipur district of the state. There have been 223 deaths of Corona virus in the district.




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