Here the tribals have been drinking the water of the pit for years, the collector said - will make the borewell, there will be no problem!


Dantewada The problem of pure drinking water in many villages of Dantewada district of Bastar division has become very serious. Alam is that the tribals of many villages and towns are forced to drink water from the pit and Jharia. The same situation is in Pakhanchuan village of Dantewada. The tribals here have been forced to drink water from a pit for years. Water from this pit is also provided for other works including drainage. Villagers of this Naxal-affected area say that no appropriate steps have been taken by the administration so far to solve this problem.

There is a big problem regarding water in Pakhnachuan village of Dantewada. A resident of the village said, 'We have been drinking pit water for years. We have not received any help from the administration. Till now, due to no proper arrangement for drinking water in the village, one has to face trouble. However, now the district administration has claimed to remove the problem.

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Chhattisgarh: Residents of Pakhnachuan village in Dantewada are facing acute water crisis and are forced to consume water from a pit. A local says, "We're drinking water from pit since years. We have not received any help from the administration". (12.06.2020)

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Deepak Soni, Dantewada District Collector says, "We are trying to resolve the issue. Drilling work for borewell is under process in the village". (12.06.2020)

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The collector said this
Dantewada District Collector Deepak Soni said about the problem of water in the villages, 'Water problem has been reported in Pakhanchuan village. We are trying to resolve this issue. Drilling for borewells is going on in the village. Once the borewell is done, the water problem in the village will be solved. Let us tell you that not only Dantewada, similar problem is also seen in many villages of Sukma, Bijapur districts, affected by the naxalites of Bastar division.




Within 3 days, 3 elephants broke down, committee formed to investigate


State Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar has said that the matter has been taken seriously by the Forest Department.
Raipur. The government of Chhattisgarh has constituted a five-member state-level inquiry committee to investigate the death of three female elephants in the state. The committee has to report within 30 days. Senior state officials said on Friday that in view of the untimely death of three female elephants in the state, it has directed a detailed investigation. The special thing is that all three elephants have died within three days.

Officials said that a five-member state-level inquiry committee has been formed under the chairmanship of retired Principal Chief Conservator of Forests KC Bevarta for a detailed investigation into the incident. The government has directed the committee to submit the report within 30 days. He said that according to the order issued by the Forest Department, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) Arun Pandey has been made Secretary. The members of the inquiry committee include senior veterinarian (wildlife) Rakesh Verma, wildlife expert RP Mishra and senior advocate Deva Dewangan. Here the state forest minister Mohammad Akbar has said that the forest department has taken this matter very seriously. It is worth mentioning that two female elephants died in Chhattisgarh's Surajpur forest division and one female in Balrampur forest division.

Pregnant elephant died
Let me tell you that on Tuesday, a pregnant Hathini (Pregnant Elephant) died in a suspicious situation in the forests of Surajpur. The people of Aspas said that the sounds of that elephant's groaning with childbirth were heard throughout the night. But the sounds of pregnant elephant's delivery pain did not reach the ears of the forest department. At the same time, on Wednesday, when the body of another Hathini was found in the same forest, the Forest Department had again given a call citing the post-mortem report. After this, another elephant died. This is the reason that the inquiry committee was formed.




Admission process will start in school-college from this month


The Ministry of Human Resource Development has started seeking advice from the states in the matter of opening school-colleges. Schools and colleges are closed in the entire country from the date of lockdown that began on March 24.

 

New Delhi. Schools and colleges are closed due to coronavirus pandemic across the country. Studying online in such a situation. But now many states are engaged in opening schools with security measures and also in the process of admission in school colleges. In this episode, preparations are being made to open school colleges in Chhattisgarh also from July. State Agriculture Minister Ravindra Chaube gave this information on Friday.

MHRD has also advised states
He said, it has been decided that the process of admission in school-college in Chhattisgarh will be started from July 2020. Further process will be decided based on the conditions of Kovid-19. We will take a further decision keeping in mind the guidelines of the Center. Let us know that the Ministry of Human Resource Development has started seeking advice from the states in the matter of opening of schools and colleges. Schools and colleges are closed in the entire country from the date of lockdown that began on March 24.

Chief Minister's meeting

 

The minister said that the Chief Minister of the state, Bhupesh Baghel, had a meeting with the cabinet ministers in this regard so that a way forward could be taken out of the circumstances arising out of Kovid-19. He said that if a person is found wearing without a mask, he will be fined Rs 100. He further said that over 3 lakh migrant laborers have returned to the state, most of them have completed the quarantine period of 28 days.




Chhattisgarh: Siddharth Komal Pardesi becomes CM secretary, 15 IAS got new posting


In a major reshuffle, Subrata Sahu has been appointed Additional Chief Secretary. After the retirement of Taman Singh Sonwani, this post became vacant, on which a new appointment has been made. Orders have been issued by the General Administration Department regarding the appointments.

 

Raipur. The Bhupesh government has done another major administrative surgery in Chhattisgarh. The government has given teams in charge of 13 IAS officers. Now Siddharth Komal Pardesi has been appointed as the Chief Minister's secretary. So, Neelam Namdev Ekka has been made special secretary in the Department of Housing and Environment. Bhuvanesh Yadav has been made the director of land records. In a major reshuffle, Subrata Sahu has been appointed Additional Chief Secretary. After the retirement of Taman Singh Sonwani, this post became vacant, on which a new appointment has been made. Orders have been issued by the General Administration Department regarding the appointments.

It may be known that recently the administrative officers of the Police Department were given a new posting. A major change was also made in the EOW, the important and very important department of the state. Chief ADG of EOW GP Singh was removed. In a major reshuffle in the police department, the state government sent GP Singh back to the police headquarters. At present, GP Singh has not been given any department. Here, Raipur SSP Sheikh Arif Hussain has been given the additional charge of EOW / ACB, he will now take charge of the capital captain as well as ACB-EOW. So at the same IPS Neha Champawat has been made special secretary of the Home Department. Neha Champawat will be the first woman home secretary of Chhattisgarh.

Government took a big decision

At the same time, Neha has also taken charge of DIG of Surguja Range. In August 2018, Neha was called back to PHQ from Surguja. Inspector General of Police Administration at Police Headquarters, Pradeep Gupta has been appointed Director Public Prosecution and State Judicial Science Laboratory by the state government. Public prosecution and FSL were still with ADG EOW GP Singh. The government has removed GP Singh and sent it to the PHQ. Due to this, both these posts were vacant. Pradeep Gupta is a 95 batch IPS. After returning from Bilaspur IG, the government gave him the responsibility of administration in PHQ, but now he has been removed from administration and given the responsibility of Public Prosecution and State Judicial Science Laboratory.




Report of two Corona infected, one woman and one migrant worker found positive again today in Korba


23-year-old girl found corona infected in Katghora ...
23-year-old migrant laborers also came to the Quarantine Center to tell positive ...
Administration alert, Kovid Hospital will be brought for treatment ...
Now the total number of infected is 53




Revised lockdown till 30th June: Government of Chhattisgarh issued guidelines


E-pass will be necessary for inter-state and inter-district traffic

Only essential services are allowed in the Containment Zone

State public parks, sports complexes and stadiums will remain closed till June 7

Detailed instructions were issued by the General Administration Department of the Government of Chhattisgarh in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of India regarding the opening of the lockdown in a phased manner for the control of corona infection. Huh.
    In the directive issued by the General Administration Department, it has been clarified that the restrictions regarding interstate transport of persons will continue as before. In this regard, traffic will be available on permission through e-pass. For inter-district movement of persons, it will be necessary to get permission through e-pass as per rules. The state's public parks, sports complexes and stadiums will remain closed till June 7. Separate orders will be issued regarding transport department and operation of clubs and bars regarding interstate bus transport services within and within the state.
    It has also been said in the instructions issued that in view of administrative requirement, strictures can be done in these instructions, but no relaxation will be allowed. Only essential services will be allowed in identified container zones in the state.




All basic facilities, including accommodation and food in the quarantine centers, regular health check up of the people living there


3.48 lakh people have been kept in more than 20 thousand centers, 25 thousand migrant workers returned home after completing quarantine period

 

More than 20 thousand quarantine centers have been set up across the state for migrant workers returning to Chhattisgarh from different parts of the country. Three lakh 48 thousand people have been kept in these centers. 25 thousand workers have returned to their homes after completing the 14-day quarantine period. At home, they have been instructed to stay in home-quarantine for seven to ten days. The quarantine centers set up in the villages are being operated and controlled by the district administration concerned. Gram Panchayats, Janpad Panchayats and Zilla Panchayats are taking active participation in their operation.

Quarantine centers have been set up in almost every gram panchayat on a war-footing after the state government arranged for the return of migrant laborers to the state. The migrant laborers residing in these centers are being provided all basic facilities including accommodation and food. Provision has been made for temporary toilets, separate bathrooms for men and women, clean drinking water, lights and wings. On the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, arrangements for entertainment such as television and radio are being made in these centers. The health of people living in quarantine centers is constantly being monitored. Unhealthy people are being provided treatment and medicines. Immediate samples of individuals with the possibility and symptoms of infection are being sent for examination.


 
In Quarantine centers, adequate number of two-storey and disposable glasses have been made for eating and drinking. Along with soap and water, hand-sanitizers are also being made available for frequent hand washing. Masks and skirts are also being provided to cover the mouth. The mattress, carpets and bed sheets are being made available for sleeping in Quarantine centers along with all the arrangements for making food. Cleanliness has also been made in these centers. For this, adequate centers have been given dust-bin, broom, phenyl and buckets. Yoga and pranayama are being conducted in quarantine centers to increase the immunity of people. Sanitary pads are also being distributed to women for menstrual hygiene.

Instructions have been given to ensure strict compliance of Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules-2016 for safe disposal of residual materials. The local administration has also directed to keep a room in each center safe for isolation. The quarantine centers are being arranged by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department from the Disaster Relief Fund released to the districts and the Fourteenth Finance Commission and basic funds made available to the Gram Panchayats.

At present, apart from three lakh 48 thousand migrant laborers living in quarantine centers, about one lakh 70 thousand laborers are expected to return to the state. The state government is committed to keeping all people safe. All kinds of resources are being made available to protect their convenience and health. In almost all the panchayats of the state, resources have been mobilized for a quarantine center in a very short time. Control of global epidemic Kovid-19 is the top priority of the government and effective steps are being taken in both rural and urban areas.




5 flights will be available from Raipur Airport, know how much the fare will be and what is the new schedule


Rakesh Sahai, director of Swami Vivekananda Airport of Raipur, told News18 that only 100% web check-in will allow passengers to travel by air.

 

Raipur. Ever since the announcement of starting domestic flights services, an airline companies have started releasing their flights schedule. Air services will be available from Raipur (Raipur) to Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bengaluru from May 25. Private airline company IndiGo has released its flight schedule. IndiGo has announced five flights from Raipur Airport. Two flights to Raipur-Delhi and the remaining three will be from Raipur to Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bengaluru.

Here, the airline company Vistara has also started booking tickets for two flights between Raipur to Delhi from 25 May. Air India will start flights from Raipur to Delhi from 26 May. According to the new guideline, the minimum fare for cities can be 3500 or even less depending on the availability. But the fare will not be more than ₹ 10000 anywhere. In addition to flying starts from Raipur, flights from Bangalore, Kolkata and Hyderabad will also reach Raipur. Let us tell you that since the lockdown the airline was closed for ordinary passengers in the country and now the Union Civil Aviation Ministry has announced to start domestic flights from 25 May.

Such arrangement will be done at the airport
Rakesh Sahai, director of Swami Vivekananda Airport of Raipur Airport, said that all arrangements have been made at the airport. Marking has been done with the help of experts to create social distancing from outside the terminal to boarding the flight. Also, after getting off the plane, marking has been done according to the prescribed distance, where there is more possibility of congestion near the conveyor belt. Director of Swami Vivekananda Airport of Raipur, Rakesh Sahay told News18 that only 100% web check-in will allow passengers to travel by air. The boarding pass at the airport passes through the hands of many people, so only the e-boarding pass of the passengers will be valid. No separate boarding pass will be provided at the airport.




Youth was trying to escape from Quarantine Center in Raigad, case registered


Additional SP of Raigarh, Abhishek Verma said that on the complaint of Panchayat Secretary Gajanand Patel, a case of violation of Section 188 of IPC has been registered against accused Roshan Nirala.

 

Raigad After Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh, there has been a ruckus in a quarantine center in Raigarh. The quarantined youth tried to escape from the center. The village panchayat secretary complained about the matter to the Pusaur police. After the complaint, the police has registered a case against the accused youth. It is being told that the young man also had a dispute over food in the quarantine center. On the 19th, the young man was brought to the Quarantine Center in Raigarh with the family. In this whole case, Additional SP of Raigarh, Abhishek Verma said that on the complaint of Panchayat Secretary Gajanand Patel, a case of violation of Section 188 of IPC has been registered against accused Roshan Nirala.

Controversy over food

According to the information received, the young man and his family had returned from Janjgir district a few days ago. After this, everyone was ordered to stay in the quarantine. First the family was not considered, then after the explanation, his family along with the young man was brought to the Quarantine Center in Pusaur, Raigad. On the morning of May 19, the village sarpanch Lilaram reached the Quarantine Center to give them food. On giving food, the young man made a ruckus and refused to eat.

For a long time, he disputed in the Quarantine Center and said that the government should not follow the rules. On the night of 19 May, the accused youth also tried to escape from the quarantine center. As soon as the information of the incident was received, the Panchayat Secretary gave a written application to the Pusaur police station. After taking action, the police registered a case against the accused youth.

 

38 crimes registered across the state

38 cases have now been filed for lockdown, quarantine violation and information hiding. Police have registered 38 crimes in the last 24 hours in Raipur for lock-down, quarantine violations and hiding information till 20 May. There is 1 in Dhamtari, 1 in Mahasamund, 1 in Durg, 2 in Bilaspur, 22 in Mungeli, 1 in Korba, 1 in Raigad, 1 in Janjgir Champa, 5 in Gorella Pendra Marwahi, 1 in Sarguja, 1 in Bastar and Sukma. 1 offense has been registered.




COVID-19: Increasing Home Isolation Figures, About 1500 People Home Quarantine in Raipur!


As a precaution, 7 places of Raipur have been declared as Containment Zone. Earlier the number of home isolations in the capital was less, which is increasing now.

 

The number of coronavirus infections in Chhattisgarh (Chhattisgarh) is increasing rapidly. After 17 new cases of Corona on Thursday, now the number of active patients in the state has increased to 73. At the same time, the total number of victims has increased to 132. At the same time, a new case has also come up in the capital Raipur. As a precaution, 7 places of Raipur have been declared as Containment Zone. Earlier the number of home isolations in the capital was less, which is increasing now. Now the board of home quarantine has started appearing in every ward of the city.

According to the news of Dainik Bhaskar, there is a home quarantine form out of about 30 houses in every ward of the capital Raipur. About 1500 people have been quarantined home in the city. The number of quarantine people has also increased throughout the state. Quarantine cases have also increased after the return of migrant laborers. According to the newspaper, there are about 1.25 lakh people in 18 thousand government quarantine centers. At the same time, more than 40 thousand homes are on quarantine. At the same time, in March, the number of home quarantine people was about one thousand in March.

Number of home quarantines increased

According to the newspaper, most of the people quarantined home were people who returned from abroad. But suddenly the number increased in May, now about one and a half thousand people are quarantined only in Raipur. These are those who have returned from other states during lockdown. Most people have returned from Maharashtra in Raipur. At the same time, people from Gujarat, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi have also returned. Police and administration are also monitoring people.

 

Significantly, till Saturday, the total number of patients in the state was 67, which increased to 126 by Gurukwak. While the number of active patients also increased to 67. The latest case came from Bilaspur, Mungeli. 4 new patients have been found in Bilaspur and 2 in Mungeli. So right now the number of corona inquiries in the state has crossed 45 thousand. So far, 45522 suspects have been investigated. Out of this, the investigation report of 42618 suspects has come negative. The maximum number of investigations has been 14322 in Bilaspur division and 6374 in Korba district.




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