JCCJ State President Amit Jogi tweeted, CM Bhupesh Baghel accused these allegations


Amit Jogi wrote that the Chief Minister should demand public apology for uttering a white flirt for him to get public votes in Lok Sabha elections.

Janta Congress, Chhattisgarh (J) State President Amit Jogi has targeted a Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel through a tweet. The British Parliament has taken a stand against the issue of honoring CM Bhupesh Baghel. Amit Jogi, together with a CM, has accused him of lying. In his tweet, Amit Jogi wrote that the Chief Minister should apologize to the public for getting the votes of the people in the Lok Sabha elections and for uttering a white flirt to him.

Explain that the resonance of returning the acquired land of the local tribals to the establishment of a Tata plant in Chhattisgarh's Bastar district is not only in the country but also in foreign countries. The British Parliament House of Lords has decided to honor Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Both houses of England will address the Chief Minister Inviting the Chief Minister on behalf of both the Houses, along with this decision, a formal citation has been sent to apply the concept of Narva, Guruvah, Ghurua and Bari. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will give a speech on May 29 in the British Parliament on his decision.




FIR filed against Dr Raman Singh's son-in-law Dr Punit Gupta, charges of 50 crores fraud


An FIR has been lodged against the Rs 50 crore fraud against the son of former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh and former Superintendent of DKS Hospital Dr. Punit Gupta.

The problems of the son of former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh and former Deputy Superintendent of DKS Hospital Dr. Punit Gupta have increased. An FIR has been lodged against Dr. Punit Gupta for allegedly duping of Rs 50 crore. This FIR has been registered at Golabazar Police Station, Raipur, on complaint of DKS Superintendent of Police KK Sahare.

After purchasing a machine at DKS hospital and complaints of irregularities in the recruitment, a committee of three members examined the case. In this, the matter of fraud worth Rs 50 crore has been revealed against Dr. Punit Gupta, the then Superintendent of DKS Hospital.

Let's say that the FIR against Dr. Punit Gupta is already registered in the FIR in the Antagarh Tape Case. The government has constituted the SIT for a fresh investigation into the Antagarh Tape Case. After the formation of the SIT probe, Congress leader Kiranmayee Nayak filed an FIR in the case. Investigations are still going on in this case.




Excellent goondas inspected


District Excise Officer and Sub-Divisional Officer Bemetra was present on this occasion. The logos and amounts were verified on all the bottles. Excise shops are also being investigated.




Instructions for completing paddy lifting work in the earning centers


Collector took a meeting of Food Department and Rice Millers
    Bemetra March 14, 2019. Today, a meeting of all the Rice Mill operators in the district was organized under the chairmanship of Collector Shri Kavre and reviewed the customs mining. 26 Rice Millers of the district have to be lifted by 2605 quintals of rice rice millers in the current Kharif procurement in the current Kharif year 2018-19, and instructed them to raise the rice mill within three days. In addition, the District Marketing Officer Shri B.L. Chandrakar was directed. Shri CP Deeppankar Food Officer, Shri B.L. District Collector, Chandrika, Mrs. Jyoti Soni, District Manager, Shri Arvind Verma and all the Rice Millers were present.




Patwari Training Selection Examination, 17 March, 18 examination centers were set up in Bemetra district.


Bemetara collector imposes duty on duty of 20 officers for smooth conduct of examination

Bemetra March 15, 2019 The Chhattisgarh Patwari Training Selection Exam will be conducted by Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Raipur on March 17, on Sunday. The time of examination is scheduled from 10 am to 1.15 minutes. Examinations will have to present an hour before the scheduled time. Collector Mahadev Kaware has made 18 examination centers for smooth conduct of the Patwari training selection examination in Bemetra district. Special duty of 20 officers has been set up to all the examination centers to distribute the confidential confidentiality of the examination and discharge the obligation of the supervisor and after the completion of the examination, the confidential material of the examination is deposited in the District treasury. Two officers have been kept in reserve.

Official Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru Science and Art Post Graduate College Bemetara Examination Center No. 32001, for the Patwari Training Selection Examination, the duty of Yeh Thankhmahariya Tahsildar Smt. Umaraaj has been imposed. Likewise other Examination Center, Government Laxman Prasad Vidyalaya, Virgo Kendra, Virgo Center No. 32002, District Planning and Statistical Officer, Mr. Rajkumar Ogre, Government Girls High. School Bemetra Center No. 32003, Executive Engineer, PMGSVA, Mr. S.K. Sahu, Government Child High. Middle School, Bemetara Center No. 32004, Project Officer, District Panchayat, Bemetra, Mr. BRMOR, Enlightenment, Public School, Bemetara, Center No. 32005, Executive Engineer, Public Health Engineering Department, Bemetara, Ms. Asalata Gupta, Solution College, Bemetra, Center No. 32006 In-charge assistant director Fishery Mr. Khan, Elance Public School Bemetara Center number 32007 Sub-Divisional Officer Saja Shree Hansraj Sahu, Government High School District Center No. 32008 Assistant Registrar Co-operative Societies Bemetra Shri S.K. Tigga, Govt. School Juvenile center No. 32009 Executive Officer District Ex-officio Bemetra Shri Praveen Kumar Lata, Government High School Babamohatra Center No. 32010 Executive Engineer Water Resources Department Bemetara Shri Kuldeep Nangrang, Government High School Katiyaranka Center No. 32011 Sub-Divisional Officer, Chief Minister Gram Road Planning Bemetra Mr. B.C. Gupta Govt. Balik High School Sanja, Center No. 32012, District Food Officer, Bemetra, CP Dipankar, Government Girls High School, Sanja, Center No. 32013, Executive Engineer, Public Works Department, Bemetara, Shri MR Jatav, Government New College, Berla Center No. 32014, District Excise Department, Bemetra, Shri S.N. Singh, Government Child High. mother. Vidyalaya Berla Center No. 32015 Deputy Director Agriculture Bemetra Mr. HS Rajput, Government Girls High. College, Barla Center No. 32016, District Program Officer, Women and Child Development, Bemetara, Shri Ramakant Chandra, Government Kodram Dalit College, Navagad Center, No. 32017 Assistant Commissioner, Tribal Development Bemetara Mrs Maneka Chandra, Government child high. Vidyalaya Navagad Center No. 32018 Energy (CREDA) Department Bemetara Shri Abhishek Shukla, and two Reserve Officers Mr. NK.Sahu Labor Officer Bemetara, and Mr. Devendra Kaushik, Deputy Director Panchayat Bemetra.




Over 18 hundred decks and poster hoardings removed under property distortion in Bemetara district


Bemetra March 15, 2019 : Under Lok Sabha election 2019, due to property distortion in Bemetara district, so far, more than 18 hundred and more measures were taken to remove the bulk of the postal and poster hoardings board and eradicate the bulk of the writing. Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware informed the Chief Electoral Officer Raipur by sending a report of the proceedings so far under property deformation in Bemetara district.

    When the code of conduct was taken under the remarkable Lok Sabha election 2018, Bmeetara Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Mahadev Kaware had directed the officers of all the disciplinary officials, municipalities and municipal councils to take action under property deformation. Poster and Hordings Board 227 in the Civil Legislation, poster and writing in slogan 145, Bemetara Assembly posters and hoardings 967, Divar writing and slogan 228, proceedings on 145 posters and hoardings board and 124 bulk slogans in Navajad assembly Gone.
District Election Officer, Superintendent of Police, CEO District Panchayat has issued instructions to all the SDMs of the district, chief municipal officer Bemetara, Nagar Panchayat Saza, Devakar, Thankhmahariya, Parapody, Berla, Maro, Navagad and issuing a letter under the Property Distortion Act. . It has been stated in the release that it has often been noticed that in government buildings, advertisements, slogans, without permission, have been written, which is against the property deformation act. Therefore, all such advertisements should be removed at the initial level. If the advertisement is again written on government buildings, then be sure to take action under the Property Distortion Act.




I critic of Ayushman Bharat Yojna, Giving insurance But there are no facilities in hospitals


Raipur 

Congress national president Rahul Gandhi reached Raipur on Friday on Chhattisgarh Where the Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel at the airport, including the Minister TS Sinh Deve, the top leaders of the Congress welcomed Rahul Gandhi. They were here at the seminar organized at the Universal Health Scheme at a hotel located in Vip Road, Raipur. In his address, Rahul said that - Removing the problems of unemployment, education and health for any government should be the first priority Congress will form government, it will spend more on health facilities. 

Rahul Gandhi communicated directly to doctors, and experts Replying to a question, Rahul Gandhi said, I have not come to the solution of every problem I have come to understand the solution to the problems to you. It is possible that I understand more about politics than you But you more understand about health care We want to solve problems by understanding and talking to you. Rahul Gandhi said- I am a critic of the Ayushman Bharat scheme. Under the scheme, insurance is giving, But there are no basic amenities in hospitals. If you don't have good hospitals So what will the benefit of insurance There should be emphasis on providing better health facilities. I tell my leaders that they become more sensitive to the public.Be more sensitive towards tribals.

State Health Minister TS Sinhdev said-75 to 85 percent of people need primary health 10 to 12 percent of people need second-hand health facility.An insurance policy is for the rest This is the reason that free healthcare can be given to all by universal health care. Minister Sinhdev said that Public money will not let the insurance companies go Rs 1100 per person went to Chhattisgarh for insurance companies.




Chief Electoral Officer will talk directly to voters on Facebook


Raipur : Chief Election Officer Subrata Sahu will communicate directly with the social media platform Facebook on March 15 with the citizens. By staying live on the Facebook page of the Chief Electoral Office office, they will solve the electoral questions regarding voters. At the same time, they will also answer the questions asked by the voters. Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu will also give information on the activities of the Lok Sabha elections and the new experiments being done by the Election Commission.

In the meantime, while keeping alert to civilians, they will also provide information about the C-vijil mobile applications to be used to directly complain to the violation of the Code of Conduct.They will be live on the Facebook page of the CEO's office from 12 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, 15th March.The citizens of the state can also register their inquiries and questions on the Facebook page before the said period.

It is notable that Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu Bhagat has also communicated with social media platforms on Facebook and Twitter with common citizens during Vidhan Sabha elections.During this time the voters enthusiastically asked him questions and solved their curiosity. This direct dialogue is being effective in making better access among voters and motivating them to vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha election under Voter Awareness Program.This Facebook Live by the Social Media Wing of the Chief Electoral Office office has appealed to all the voters of the state to participate in maximum number of participants.

 

 

 




Jagdalpur: Lok Sabha Election 2019: With the announcement of election programs, employees will be asked for postal and application for elective duty certificate.


Post-ballot and electoral duty certificate will be provided to provide the opportunity for voting for officers and employees engaged in the election work under Lok Sabha Elections 2019. A meeting was held in Collectorate's inspiration room on Thursday to prepare for it. Employees who discharged their responsibilities assigned for issuing postal ballots and electoral duty proof in the meeting were trained. It was informed that along with announcement of election programs, postal ballots and electoral duty certificates will be issued to employees engaged in the election, so that they can use their franchise. For this, the control room will be installed in the Secretariat Hall of Collective. It was informed that during the Lok Sabha elections, electoral duty certificates will be issued to employees employed in the election process, for which application will be given in Form 12 and post ballot will be issued for employees employed in the security work, for which application The format will be taken in 12. This afternoon, the postal certificate and the nodal officer of the Electoral Duties Certificate, Mr. Shiv Rathore and Master Trainer Mr. Jivan Lal Sharma and BS Ramkumar were present.




Raipur: Chief Minister best wishes on International Women's Day


Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has given hearty congratulations and greetings to the people of the region and especially women on the occasion of International Women's Day. He said that this day is a symbol of women's empowerment and self respect for women all over the world.
    The topic of happiness is that women in Chhattisgarh are getting empowered in all areas including education and self-help. It is recently reflected in the convocation of universities. When students got degree and gold medal for more than students. In the glorious tradition of Chhattisgarh, women have got equal status as well as men. Whether it is farming-whether it is economic or self-dependent through women self-help groups, women have started contributing to equality with men in all areas. Several schemes are being run by the state government for their socio-economic development, including the education, health of daughters. The new government has initiated initiatives to start five women's residential houses (residential) for women working in divisional headquarters. Similarly, the amount given for marriage of daughters in the Chief Minister's Kanya marriage scheme has been increased from Rs. 15 thousand to 25 thousand rupees.




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