Chief Minister visits today

Bemetra September 25, 2018- Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will inaugurate and renovate various development works of 138 crores to the people of the district at Saza, block headquarters of Bemetara district under the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra. Also address a huge general meeting. According to the information received from the hospitality officer, Chief Minister will leave the helicopter at 3.10 pm from Kurukder in Kabirdham and reach at 3.40 pm. Where he will address the General Assembly from 3.30 to 4.40 After that the Chief Minister will leave for Saheja from Rajkot to Raipur at 4.40 pm.

Smart Mobile Phone Distributed

Bemetra September 25, 2018- The ambitious scheme of the state government under the Communication Revolution Skye, today, 4G Smart Mobile Phone was distributed in the village gram panchayat under the Navagad block of the district. On this occasion, Sarpanch of Jharkhand Gram Panchayat Smt. Mandakini Yadav, Vice President Panchayat Smt. Shakun Bai Sahu, Gram Panchayat Secretary Dilip Kosale and other villagers were present.


Problems of the people who heard the Collector during the presentation

Bemetra September 25, 2018: - Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware, during the weekly program of public meeting with the public, sympathetically responded to the problems of the people coming from the far-flung areas of the district, and for writing the note in the application, To give necessary instructions in this regard. Today, 135 applications have been received in the Collector Mahadarshan, organized on Tuesday. The collector forwarded the applications received for resolving various problems, including the complainants, to the officers of the department concerned in the weekly public meeting organized at the meeting of collectorate. Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme in GD, gas connections, new ration cards, availability of drinking water, payment of pending budget for construction of toilet, lodging of toilet, loans under Prime Minister's money scheme, name in ration card, pension payment, payment of wages of MNREGA wages , Including other applications received. Instructions have been issued to resolve all the applications within the online entry tax deadline. CEO of District Panchayat in Jan Darshan. s. Alok, Additional Collector S. R. Willing, D.E.O. Shri Chandrakar, D.P.O. Women and Child Development Rajendra Kashyap, Deputy Director Social Welfare More, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.K. Sharma, Deputy Director, Livestock Development Department, Dr. A.K. Singh, Dr. Anil Kumar Shukla, Chief Municipal Officer Bemetra Mohinder Sahu, along with officials of various departments of the district level were present.

Two rural moving medical units started in the district

Bemetra September 25, 2018: - The State Government is determined to provide better health facilities in rural areas of Chhattisgarh; To provide health facilities to the rural areas, two rural moving medical units (Health Mobile Unit) should be started in district Bemetra. Has been there. Collector and District Health Committee President Mahadev Kaware has instructed the Health Vehicle to carry out regular maintenance and maintenance so that its benefits could be provided to the far-flung villagers of the district. Expert and experienced organization, Jai Ambe Emergency Services Private Limited, Anupam Nagar Raipur Chhattisgarh, for providing primary health services through a managed medical unit. Has been selected by the State Office. This medical unit will have 01 doctor, 01 nurse, 01 pharmacist, 01 lab technician and a driver. Mobile unit includes microscope, weight machine, BP There will be about 60 types of machines, equipment and accessories and medicines, including machines, incubators, nebulizers, succession operators, oxygen cylinders. Rural Medical Unit Vehicle GPS Will be facilitated so that online information can be found. Treatment of small fat diseases, skin diseases, cold cough, fever, short surgery, treatment and treatment of snake beetles, TB, malaria, leprosy and other infectious diseases, non communicable diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, Services like cataract, mental illness, tobacco related illness etc. will be given. Prioritization of treatment of the elderly, murder, urination investigation and reference services will be given. Through this, services will also be provided by putting health camps in the rural areas.

Information about V.V. Petet being given to people

Bemetra September 25, 2018: - Special efforts are being made by the district administration to make common citizens aware about voting. On the instructions of Collector Mahadev Kaware, the Voters Variable Paper Audit Trail is being performed by the in-charge officers in different polling stations of the district, among villagers. In this, after voting the voter for seven seconds, the vote will be seen. In addition to the 387 Gram Panchayats in the district, the performance of the vapat machine has not been performed in the polling stations, and the proceedings of the exhibition are being carried out by the concerned authorities. VV in the back of the district on the instructions of collector The stomach was displayed.

Case of eligible beneficiaries for loan sent to the bank

Bemetra September 25, 2018: - The Prime Minister's Employment Generation Program and the Chief Minister Yojana Swarozgar Yojana, Prime Minister Money Scheme, Stand-by-plan, which has been forwarded to the banks for acceptance of the eligible beneficiaries under the Zilla Trade and Industry Center Bemetra. Those beneficiaries have been informed by the office to contact the bank. So that the acceptance in the case can be obtained.

Invite application under the expression of interest in Laivlyhood College

Bemetra September 25, 2018: - The expression of interest for selection of channel partner for training operation in 16 sectors, District Project Livelihood College, Bemetra, was invited in the prescribed forms by 10 September 2018 noon 12:00. Due to lack of channel partner selection in the said sector, the expression of interest for selection of channel partner for training operation in 13 sectors has been invited in the prescribed forms till October 03, 2018 evening and the application will be opened at 5 pm. For detailed information, the information board of the website WW W. Dat Bemetara can be done on the basis of the information book or the District Project Livelihood College (District Panchayat Bemetara).

By setting up a new state, Atal ji has taken the path of visible development to Chhattisgarh : CM Dr. Raman Singh

Raigarh: Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh fixed the journey of 35 km to Tarasala from Khariaia in Raigad district during the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra on September 24. During this time the Chief Minister joined Nandeli, Bayang and Chaple to welcome the programs. The villagers warmly welcomed the Chief Minister with warmth. In the welcome meeting of Village Tarakeli, the delegation of the Samvara Society congratulated them for expressing gratitude towards the Chief Minister for improving quantitative error and pronunciation discrimination. The Savvara caste delegation said that caste certificates of Samra caste people are now becoming easy. The Chief Minister apprised the villagers of development chariots in different villages and informed about the plans of the state government. During the Vikas Vikas, the rural women welcomed the chief minister by decorating the artisan's Thal and kalash.

Vikas Yatra has been given the name of Atal Vikas Yatra in memory of state producer Atal ji. On this occasion Dr. Singh inaugurated 41 different publications and foundation stones at a cost of Rs 239 crores 26 lakhs. Out of these, 14 of the cost was 205 crores and 27 crores and 34 crores 25 rupees were worth 14 rupees. On this occasion, Chief Minister Dr. Singh distributed material and assistance amount of Rs.19 lakh 24 thousand to 1429 beneficiaries. Tersupta Bonus of Rs 71 crores was given to the Tendupta collectors at Kharsia.

The Chief Minister said that during the Atal Vikas Yatra it was very happy to see the unprecedented enthusiasm in the area. Public participation in all development works and schemes of the government. Priority of village, poor and peasant rule is the priority. The state government is trying to bring about positive change in the lives of the masses through the welfare schemes. The Chief Minister said that under the Food Assistance Scheme, rice and salt have been arranged for the poor. Several schemes like Mahatari Sake Yojna, Kanyadan Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Prime Minister Ujjwala Yojana are being conducted for the betterment of the people. All got a smart card of Rs 50,000 for treatment. He said that I have come forward to advance development in the 15 year journey.

Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that according to the amount of support price and bonus amount to the farmers, the price of paddy will be available from 2050 to 2070 per quintal. He said that a bonus of 750 crores is being given to Tendupta collectors in the state. Tersupta Bonus of Rs 71 crores was given to the Tendupta collectors at Kharsia. Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, one lakh 99 thousand gas connections have been given in Raigarh. Mobile plans are being given under the Sky Scheme. He said that continuous work is being done to further the work of village, poor and peasantry. He said that in the coming years, we will all work together to make better Raigarh, better Chhattisgarh.

Urban Administration Minister Shri Amar Agrawal said that the Kharsia assembly constituency has witnessed rapid growth. Some areas of Kharsiya region are forest produce and most of the agriculture sector. The former IAS officer Mr. OP Chaudhary also addressed the program. Collector Smt. Shammi Abidi told that on the Bung-Raniguda-Usraot-Kusmura route at the cost of 16 million 97 lakhs on the river Mankad, on the Jabalpur-Aadpathra road at the cost of 8 crore 84 lakh 80 thousand and the dream of Ture-Turekela-Sarvani route Construction of high level bridges has been done at a cost of 4 crores 61 lakh 11 thousand. On this occasion, Parliamentary Secretary Smt. Sukanya Satyanand Rathia, Chairman of the Home Building Board, Mr. Bhupendra Savni, MLA Mr. Roshan Lal Agarwal, MLA Mrs. Kerabai Manhar, District Panchayat President Mr. Ajesh Purushottam Agarwal, Vice Chairman Shri Naresh Patel, Mr. T.C. Mahavar, IG Shri Pradeep Gupta, a large number of public were present. The program was conducted by Principal Mr. Rajesh Daniels.




Chief Minister's visit arrived by collector inspecting general meeting place

Bemetra September 24, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware visited the Blak Headquarters Saza on Monday and discussed the preparations for the Chief Minister's 'Atal Vikas Yatra' on September 26. During this, he gave necessary directions regarding platform arrangements, bericates, meeting, drinking water arrangements etc. Senior Superintendent of Police H.R. Manor, Additional Collector, R. s. Women, District Panchayat CEO S. Alok, Executive Engineer Loniiv MR District level departmental officers including Jatav, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Saja Umashankar Sahu were present.

Organized program on advanced technology for crop production under my gaurav campaign

Bemetra September 24, 2018- A day-long farming training program was organized by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, in the village of Jhal, in the past through financially funded all-India integrated agriculture weather project. Mr. Hori Lal Sinha, the chief guest of the program was a member of the district. The theme of the training program was "Advanced Technique of Crop Production" in the context of "Climate Change" under My Village My Gaurav Campaign. First, the object specialist of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dr. Ranjit Modi started the program and said that the role of Krishi Vigyan Kendras in agricultural uplift is important. In the state of Chhattisgarh, 25 Krishi Vigyan Kendras have been established and only two districts are left to be established in Sukma and Kadgaon. Climate change is happening in the state of Chhattisgarh and there is a sign of increasing temperature and change in rainfall in Rabi. After this, Mr. J. El Chaudhary Senior Scientist and Chief Investigator, All India Integrated Agricultural Weather Research Project gave information in the context of the project. It was told that research work is underway by Indira Gandhi Agricultural University but information of research work is not accessible to the farmers. Therefore, the expected results are not available. Keeping this in mind, my Gaurav campaign has been undertaken in the entire India year by the Government of India so that the information of research work can reach the farmers. He told about agriculture and weather forecast information related to climate resistant farming techniques and the availability of agricultural and meteorological forecast under rural agricultural weather service. Through the mobile government of India, almost two crore farmers are getting information about weather and agriculture advice in the whole country. In Chhattisgarh, about 14 lakh farmers are being sent this message. This goal of the Government of India is that India can get this information from 9.5 crore agricultural households throughout the year. So that farmers can take advantage of advanced agriculture. It was also informed that every year, a national level farmers' fair is organized by the efforts of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University and Agriculture Department, through coordinated efforts, so that the farmers can get benefitted by accessing them. After this the farmers were informed that due to adoption of soil and water conservation and dairy farming, development in agriculture is possible and this is the time demand.

Dr.R. Thamatam, senior scientist and chief agricultural science center, Bemetra said that keeping in view the climate change, the integrated farming system is an integral option. He gave lectures on the role of climate change and agricultural science centers. Dairy farming, poultry, silk farming, mushroom production and fish farming in integrated agriculture system can be coordinated in agriculture. The farmers of Chhattisgarh keep the water in view of the uncertainty of rain. Nowadays weather-based crop insurance schemes have come and farmers should use it. Farmers will have to adopt the techniques of fodder production for their cattle throughout the year. After this, Mr. Rajkumar Solanki, Sub-Divisional Officer, Agriculture Department informed that various schemes of Chhattisgarh state government are going on and farmers can avail the benefit. Nowadays, there is a need to adopt various measures of plant protection in the paddy crop. In the Department of Agriculture, the scheme for exemption received by Chhattisgarh State Government related to diesel pump and electric pump is also underway and the farmers can avail this benefit.

The Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme was explained in detail. It was stated that the sum insured in paddy-based and irrational uninsured is different. Farmers also get insurance benefits through crop harvesting. Mr. M.K. It was also informed by Tantua Rural Agricultural Extension Officer that nowadays the time has come for "Saal Health Card" in which farmers can use the quantity of balanced chemical fertilizers in their fields and other detailed information. . By cultivating various high quality varieties of crops, the crop can be protected from drought and other natural calamities. The Bemetara district has the option of various crops, and in the Kharif season, maize crop is getting very good profitable. After this, the performance of the crops of Arhar and Kodo is also good. In the coming years, along with paddy and soybean, the cultivation of these crops will be more beneficial. The program was also attended by students of Agricultural College Bemetara Rao (Rural Agricultural Work Experience) students. At the end of the program, the memorandum was given by Mr. Sanjay Bhelave, Research Associate, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur.

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