Raipur: Prepare for the prevention of dengue: Mr. Mohammad Akbar


Incharge Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar reviewed the review meeting of District Le Durg

Instructions for availability of pure drinking water

In the Durg district's charge-in-charge, Mr. Mohammad Akbar today held the first review meeting of Durg district. In this they emphasized the prevention of dengue and the availability of pure drinking water. He said that taking lessons from the past experiences of dengue, make preparations for its prevention. Preparation should be from both levels. Work with cleanliness, sprinkling and community involvement at the corporate level. Treatment of medicines including medicines in hospitals should be arranged. It should be constantly monitored. In the meeting, Minister of Home and Tourism Culture Shri Tamwardha Sahu was also present.

He said that the schemes, which are working on providing pure drinking water to all in urban areas. Observe them continuously and work on time. Complete the drainage schemes of rural areas on time. All possible help of the farmers in view of the forthcoming kharif season. Also give benefits of government schemes and provide technical information related to agriculture.

Shri Akbar also detailed review of the implementation of Narva, Garuwa, Nirruva and Bardi scheme. He said that to ensure availability of all facilities to the models where Gothan is getting ready. Other Gothans will be built on their model. Also plant fruit plants here. It will be useful if the plants grow, gothan will also become very beautiful. He said that this program would be completely successful with community participation. To ensure its implementation, keep Gothan committees fully active so that there is a better environment in the village.

He said that the new session of the school has started. Ensure the admission of school children. The educational quality of academic quality in schools has started. Apply them at the grassroots level, make arrangements in schools where there is lack of infrastructure. Shri Akbar said that eliminating malnutrition is also a priority. Keep an eye on the quality of food served to children.

Shri Akbar instructed the Agriculture Department's official loan waiver certificate to be given to the farmers promptly. He got instructions from the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat to complete the work immediately after obtaining information related to the construction of Nauru, Garuwa, Ghurua and Badai scheme. Chief Executive Officer said that Model Gothan has been prepared in 10 grams. In the review of the food department, after getting the information related to the purchase of paddy, the officer will complete the paddy case soon enough. Apart from this, providing the seeds with the information of paddy seed by providing camp for the farmers to provide seeds. Under the Crop Insurance Scheme, after getting the information from the food officer and giving instructions to complete the pending case soon.

Keeping in view the problem of drinking water, Mr. Akbar instructed the Public Health Department to get information regarding drinking water and to immediately remove all the drinking water problem under the Null-Jal Yojna. Apart from this, he instructed the health department to set up the Jeevidepa committee, forest department instructed to plant trees according to the target. The review meeting was attended by the rug MLA Shri Arun Vora, Vaishali Nagar Vidyartan Bhasin, MLA of Bhilai Nagar Shri Devendra Yadav, District Panchayat President Smt. Maya Belchandan and other officials including collector.




Chhattisgarh improved health system, increased daughters, electricity not reach 40 thousand homes


Country Policy Commission has released Health Index. While there has been a decline in the health facilities of large states of the country, Chhattisgarh's health system has improved. Simultaneously, the Commission has also given its report about the number of daughters in the country. This news has been published prominently in all the major newspapers of Chhattisgarh on Wednesday. All the newspapers have given the news place on the first page.

New Delhi has written - The worst health system in the big states of the country is in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. On the other hand, Chhattisgarh has got a good start in the health system. Policy Index's Health Index is in Chhattisgarh 13th place in 2019. In 2015-16, Chhattisgarh had 52.02 points, while it increased to 53.36 in 2017-18. In this case Kerala is the first number in the country. However, in its report, the magazine has said that Chhattisgarh is ranked 11th.

 

Increased daughters
Dainik Bhaskar has written - 12 out of 21 major states in the country have less girls than boys. These include big states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Himachal. Also, minor growth has been reported in states like Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. In Jharkhand, where the maximum number of 16 girls have increased on the average, 17 decreases in Telangana. These figures have come out in the Health Commission of the Policy Commission. Based on the basis of 2013-15, it has been compared to 2014-16. Kerala tops and Uttar Pradesh is at the lowest level in better healthcare. The average increase in the number of girls is up to three per thousand.

40 thousand homes do not have electricity

Rajya Sabha MP Ramvichar Netam asked Union Power Minister of State RK Singh that 40 thousand households in Chhattisgarh have not been electrified even today, in response to which the Minister of State for Power said that the Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh government has informed on 14th June that 40394 houses in the state Are non-electrified. All these houses are in Naxal-affected districts of Bijar region of Bijapur, Kondagaon, Sukma and Narayanpur.

On which leader demanded that if any deadline for electrification of these non-electrified households has been fixed, the minister replied that since this area is affected by Naxal, Chhattisgarh government has not taken any action to electrify the remaining non-electrified houses. There is no commitment to the deadline. Dainik Bhaskar has published this news in a major issue in Wednesday's issue.




District Level Vigilance & Monitoring Committee meeting today


According to the provisions of the Balrampur 24 June 2019 / Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes Act, 1955, the meeting of District Level Vigilance and Monitoring Committee Balrampur-Ramanujganj was held today at 25.00 noon at 2.00 pm in the meeting of the Joint District Office, under the chairmanship of Collector and District Magistrate. is.

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Public Service Center operator terminated


Balrampur June 24, 2019 / Public Service Center Ramanujganj operator Shri Ritesh Yadav, after the short-term notice, also not properly disposing of pending applications in his ID and making the ineligible applications online, the principality of his work reflects gross negligence and apathy. . The above act is contrary to the Public Service Guarantee Act 2011. Under which Collector Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha has terminated services of Mr. Ritesh Yadav operator with immediate effect.

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Revenue to be held from July 01


Balarampur June 24, 2019 / Decision to resolve the related cases related to revenue has been decided to celebrate the fortnight fortnight from 01 to 15 July 2019. Collector Shri Sanjiv Kumar Jha has given necessary instructions to the revenue officials and employees associated with revenue to solve the revenue cases of the villagers during the fortnight.
During the fortnight's fortnight, the reading of B-1, Khasra by Patwari will be done in each village panchayat and will record the record by registering the nomination. Report of all the cases of demarcation, including the field book, the resolution of the old revenue cases, the registration of all cases in the e-court, the unresolved settlement of the undisputed nomination / sharing cases, the RBC. Quick disposal of cases 6-4, Recovery of land revenue, Recovery of cent per cent of the amount imposed by various courts, measures for prevention of encroachment on government land, updated recovery of differential rent, tehsil headquarter and urban In case of cases related to surveying and conversion of differential land settlement in the body, issues related to settlement will be resolved. Similarly, verification of Ujjwala gas distribution in Tehsil Balrampur, application of beneficial beneficiaries for forest rights letter, will be received in advance and will be read in the said list in the village. Regular operation and distribution of social security pension, old age pension and fair price shop will be checked and caste / income / residence certificate of new students will be issued. During the fortnight of Patwari, Patwari and Agricultural Extension Officers jointly constituted the CCC of each farmer of the village. Issue of certificates and the name of every farmer in the Prime Minister's Honor fund portal.




06 job assistant dismissed on negligence in work


Balrampur June 24, 2019 / Non-service in the work of 06 job seekers in various Gram Panchayats under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, not achieving the target according to the target, not employed in the work, and the construction works in the village panchayats. Due to lack of progressive progress, Collector Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha has given employment assistants to the post. Tired of instructions district on the Chief Executive Officer of the panchayat.
According to the collector's directive, the Chief Executive Officer of the district panchayat wadfnagar has been given the employment assistant of Gram Panchayat Tugwan, Mrs. Chandrwati, Employment Assistant to Gram Panchayat Solstice. Sharda Singh Suryata, Gram Panchayat Ruppur's Employment Assistant Smt. Sangeeta Kushwaha and Gram Panchayat Jogiyani's Employment Assistant, Mr. Ashish Beck has been separated from the post due to negligence in their duty and liability. Similarly, on the carelessness of his duty and liability by Mr. Dineshwar Kanshi, the employment assistant of Gram Panchayat Bhala of Vikaskhand Ramchandrapur, Mr. Vinod Kumar Ayam and Gram Panchayat Silaju, the Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Ramchandrapur has separated him from the post.

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Storage of compost seeds in the district Distribution of 4315.4 tonnes of manure and 877 quintals of seeds so far to the farmers


For the farmers of Balrampur, 24th June, 2019 / Kharif in 2019, the distribution of 4315.4 metric tonnes of manure and 877 quintals of seeds has been given to the farmers till now through 28 committees.
According to information received from Agriculture Department, 5254 quintals of various crops have been stored in the seeds cooperative societies for the kharif season in the district. At present, 1442.9 quintals of seeds have been lifted by farmers, out of which 1280.6 quintals of paddy, 162.3 quintals of maize have been distributed. Similarly, urea, DAP, NPK, SSP And M.P.P. 14546.3 metric ton fertilizer has been made in the cooperative societies of the district, out of which 5388.7 metric ton fertilizer has been distributed to the farmers. In this, urea by various committees is 2808.6 metric tonnes, DAP 1081.8 metric tons, N.P.K. 1337 metric tons, S.S.P. 154.6 metric tons, M.O.P. 6.7 Metric ton chemical fertilizers have been distributed to the farmers.

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72.51 lakh sanctioned for tree plantation along the river Shivnath


Bemetra June 24, 2019: - Plantation will be done on the life-side of Bemetara district along the Shivnath river. An amount of Rs. 72.51 lakh has been approved for 12 works of river bank plantation. Collector Mahadev Kaware said that this administrative approval has been provided under the protection of land under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA. Under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, for the total 12 tree plantation work, for the year 2018-19, by the Forest Officer, in the year 2018-19, the river bank plantation work will be done for 03 years, first year 2018-19, second year 2019-20 and third year 2020-21. Approval has been made, for which implementation agency Forest Officer Durg (Chhattisgarh) has been made. These include Plantation of Gram Panchayat Tuma under Vikaskhand Bemetra, Tuma Part-01, Plantation of Purana Part-01 of Village Panchayat, Islapur, Plantation of Baraia Part-01, Gram Panchayat Baghud, Plantation of Gram Panchayat Abhianga, Part-01 and Bahinga Part -01, Similarly, the Boria Part-2 of Gram Panchayat Baghud, the Karahi Part-II of Gram Panchayat Abhanga, has been sanctioned for 2000-2000 and amounted to 6.51-6.51 lakhs. The Rs. Likewise, the number of proposed plants for 1000-1000 each and the amount of 3.71-3.71 lakhs for each of the village panchayat Tuma's plantation place, Tuma Part-02, Puran Part-02 of Gram Panchayat, Islapur. Similarly, the number of proposed plants for 2000-2000 and amount of 6.51-6.51 lakh rupees for the Plantation of Extraction Part-03 and Bahinga Part-04 for Gram Panchayat Asangaon.

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Approved amount for the restoration of 06 hostels and 01 Ashram


Bemetra June 24, 2019: Administrative Assistance has been given to Collector, Tribal Development Department, and Tribal Development Department, Bemetara by Collector Mahadev Kaware for the renovation and renovation of various hostels. These include the pre-matric scheduled caste hostels for the Scheduled Castes girl hostel, Sambalpur and the hostel hostel for Navagad, 282620 and Rs. 273856, respectively, under development block, under the Development Block, Bemetara, Scheduled Caste hostel hostel, girl hostel and post matriculation. Scheduled Caste hostel hostel repairs Administrative sanction of 384674, 281653 and 296966 respectively for E is Similarly, Administrative approval of Rs. 389982 has been provided for the construction and renovation work of Post Matriculated Scheduled Caste hostel hostel in Bemetra and Rs. 400872 for the renovation work of Scheduled Castes for boys and girls in Ashram, Navagad. The administrative approval has been provided.

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Order to propagate the Prime Minister's Labor Yogi Mudhan Yojana to Panchayat Secretaries


Bemetra June 24, 2019: - In the District Bemetra, a meeting of Gram Panchayat Secretaries was held in Development Block level by collector Mahadev Kaware in the last few days of development block Saaza, Berla, Bemetra and Navagad. In which the Labor Department officials and employees were informed about the Prime Minister's Labor Yogi Mansa scheme. In this regard, the collector instructed the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat to send a monthly report per month by the publicizing the Prime Minister's Labor Yogi Mansa Yojana, and according to the Panchayat wise target of the Secretary, Employment Assistants. Mr. N.K. Sahu, Labor Officer, under the provisions of the Contract Labor Act, 1970, for registration / renewal of the contractors and the provision of child labor under the provision of Kishore Labor (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 Amendment Act, 2016, The ban is restricted and the planning of 107 notified hazardous business / processes of teenagers from 14 years and 18 years of age are completely prohibited. to be provided. At the same time, the minimum wage rate was given in different establishments, currently unskilled labor rate is 323 = 00, semi-skilled labor is 348 = 00 and skilled labor rate is 378 = 00 and the agricultural wage rate is 240 = 00. Registration and other plans were also discussed in detail.

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