Raipur: News websites will be empaneled


News website and portal of Chhattisgarh state will be empowered to advertise. A notification in this regard has been issued by the Public Relations Department, which will become effective from the date of publication in the Gazette.

    In this regard, it has been told that such news websites and portals of the state which do not have any implementation in DAVP. He will be empaneled in Chhattisgarh. The average user number for the last six months will be looked at for implementation. Also, the news website should be at least 1 year old and active. Implementation proceedings will be done at the Directorate of Public Relations level. Soon, a committee will be formed for this and applications for impeachment in the prescribed format will be invited. In DAVP, advertisements can be given to empanal news websites based on the rate and criteria of DAVP.




Raipur: Every effort to uplift the weavers: Minister Guru Rudrakumar: 4.31 crore gift to the weavers on National Handloom Day


Raipur: As per the intention of the state government, every effort is being made by the state government for the upliftment of handloom weavers under the leadership of Village Industries Minister Guru Rudrakumar. On the occasion of National Handloom Day, Minister Guru Rudrakumar has given a gift of Rs. 4.31 crore to the weavers of the state, congratulating them and best wishes.On this occasion, the Minister of Village Industries said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, continuous efforts are being made to provide better employment opportunities to the handloom weavers of the state through village industry.
Managing Director of Chhattisgarh State Handloom Development and Marketing Cooperative Association, Mr. Rajesh Singh Rana said that on the occasion of National Handloom Day, a payment of Rs. 4.31 crore has been made to 82 handloom weavers' committees of 15 districts of the state on the instructions of Village Industries Minister Guru Rudrakumar. He informed that Chhattisgarh State Handloom Development and Marketing Cooperative Federation, Mariyadit, is continuously supplying yarn to the weavers of the state for weaving wages and textile production. Mr
Rana said that in this financial year, Rs 12.37 crore has been paid to 221 weavers' committees in the state during the lockdown period from April till now.

 




Raipur: Members of Koya-Kutma Samaj Bastar Division courtesy call on Chief Minister: Demand for Divisional Level Social Community Building and Museum


Members of the Koya-Kutma Samaj of Bastar division met Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today at his residence here under the leadership of Chitrakote MLA Shri Rajman Benzam.
Chief Minister Shri Baghel urged the members of Koya-Kutma Samaj to grant the approval of the museum to save the division level social community building and Bastar culture, traditional dances, crafts, historical heritage and archaeological heritage. The Chief Minister assured to consider his demand.
The Chief Minister took information about the availability of rain water in Bastar from the members of the society and also informed about the benefits to farmers and general public from the Bodh Ghat multi-purpose project. He said that this project will be fully in the interest of the farmer, so that water availability will be maintained throughout the year and dependence on rainwater will be reduced for agricultural works.
Industries Minister Mr. Kavasi Lakhma, Bastar MP Mr. Deepak Badge, MLA Chitrakote Mr. Rajman Benzaman, Koya-Kutma Samaj Divisional President Mr. Samaru Karma, State General Secretary Congress Mrs. Rukmani Karma, District President Congress Mr. Balram Maurya and members were present on the occasion.

 




Jagdalpur: Collector launched Manjhi Scheme to promote institutional deliveries in outreach areas


Under the guidance of Collector Shri Rajat Bansal, the Manjhi Yojana has been started by the Health Department by arranging a two-wheeler at the local level in the district Bastar outlying areas to bring the pregnant woman to the hospital.

Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. RK Chaturvedi informed that 18363 institutional deliveries and 405 deliveries have taken place at home in Bastar district in the financial year 2019-20. In the financial year 2020-21, till the month of June 2020, 3822 institutional deliveries and 74 deliveries have taken place at home. In the event of childbirth at home, the life of mother and child can be threatened at any time, because 48 hours after delivery are important for mother and child. Due to delivery in the institution, mother and child can be treated immediately in any complication.
Mother and child deaths can be reduced by this. There is a provision of 102 Mahtari Express for the transportation of pregnant women, but due to lack of road in some areas, four-wheelers are unable to operate, due to which most deliveries in such areas are at home. As per the District Administration's recommendations, out-of-reach areas for 100% institutional delivery have been identified in Bastar district, in which 12 blocks are in Bakwand, 16 in Bastanar, 8 in Darbha, 7 in Lohandiguda, 4 in Nangur and 01 in Tokapal. In these villages, arrangements will be made to bring pregnant women to two-wheelers under the Manjhi scheme to the nearest hospital.
The two-wheeler owner will be paid cash fare according to the distance. In which, Rs 400 will be given from 01 to 10 km, Rs 500 for 11 to 20 km, Rs 600 for 21 to 30 km and Rs 700 for 31 to 45 km for taking pregnant woman from home to hospital. The Collector has given responsibility for BPM, Sector Medical Officer, Sector Supervisor, Regional Health Worker, Anganwadi Worker, Mitanin Trainer and Mitanin for 100% institutional delivery.

Under the innovation system of bringing pregnant woman from two wheelers to the hospital to the hospital
Vehicle owner will get cash amount according to distance
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Raipur: Health department issued notification of red, orange and green zones as on August 2


The state government's health department has notified a new list of areas with red, orange and green zones. According to the guidelines of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, based on the number of active cases of Kovid-19 in all the development blocks and urban areas of the state, their rate of doubling and the latest status of sample investigation per one lakh population , Has been reclassified into Orange and Green zones. This classification has been done by the Health Department based on the status of 2 August. The updated Red, Orange and Green zones declared are as follows.

 




News of about 50 animals killed in Medpar village of Takhtpur


The news of the death of about 50 animals in Medpar village of Takhtpur has nothing to do with the stopped Chheka campaign. The Roka Cheka campaign in the state ended on June 30 and under the Roca Chheka campaign, there were instructions to keep crops in an open environment to protect crops from animals.

 • It has been clear from the information received about the incident that the local people locked the animals in a building. It was not a Gothan built by the Gram Panchayat. This system is contrary to the original hypothesis of Gothan and to avoid such incidents, under the Suraji Gram Yojana, Gothan are being built in an open environment in three acres of government land in every gram panchayat.

 • This accident further proves the need for how important Gothan is for the safety of animals.

 • False facts are being publicized in some news media.




First list of corporation board released, responsibility given to 32 leaders


Raipur. After 18 months of formation of the government in the state, the leaders working hard for the corporation board got a gift. CM Bhupesh Baghel has appointed the vice chairman of the corporation board. If sources are to be believed, in the first list, 32 leaders have been assigned the corporator. The party's active and loyal workers have got a chance in the first list. With this, three to four lists will come in the coming 3 months, in which the posts will be divided.

Devendra Bahadur Singh to State Forest Development Corporation, Kuldeep Juneja to State Home Nirman Mandal, Girish Dewangan to State Mineral Development Corporation, Ram Gopal Agarwal to State Civil Supplies Corporation, Shailesh Nitin Trivedi to State Text Book Corporation, Subhash Dhuppad to Raipur Development Authority Chairman has been made. Apart from this, Mahesh Sharma and Satish Aggarwal have been made members of the Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board. Karuna Shukla has been given the charge of Social Welfare Board and Kiranmayi Nayak has been given the responsibility of State Women's Commission. Nitin Sinha has been given the responsibility of member in the Text Book Corporation. Rajkumari Diwan has been appointed as the Vice President in the State Scheduled Tribes Authority.
Rajendra Tiwari has been appointed as Chairman of Khadi and Gramodhyag Board, Surendra Sharma as State Agricultural Welfare Council, Balakrishna Pathak as State Plant Vanoshadhi Board and Safi Ahmed as State Labor Welfare Board. Ajay Aggarwal has been given the responsibility of vice president of the state level 20 point development program. Guruprit Bambra has been appointed as the State Food Commission, Mahant Ram Sundar Das as the State Cow Service Commission, Baijnath Chandrakar as the State Cooperative Bank Apex and Thaneshwar Sahu as the Chairman of the State Backward Classes Welfare Board.

Padma Manhar has been given the responsibility of member in the State Scheduled Caste Commission. Arun Vora has been appointed as chairman of Warehousing Corporation and Dhanesh Patila in the State Intermediate Cooperative and Finance Development Corporation. Mahesh Chandravanshi has been made a member in the State Backward Classes Welfare Board. Nita Lodhi has been given the responsibility of vice-president in the Inter-Business Cooperative and Finance Development Corporation. Chandan Kashyap has been given the position of Chairman of State Handicrafts Board, MR Nishad as State Fishermen Welfare Board and Mithilesh Swarnakar as Chairman of Renewable Energy Development Agency. Nitin Potai has been made a member of the State Scheduled Tribes Welfare Board. Kalpana Singh has been appointed as a member of the Social Welfare Board and Chitra Kama has been appointed as the Deputy Chairman of the State Plants Forest Protection Board.




Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh reached Raipur tour this evening


Raipur. Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijay Singh will visit Raipur on Wednesday evening. You will reach Raipur Airport at 7:30 pm. Here we will meet senior leaders and will also participate in private programs. Apart from this, the politics has been heated due to the sudden visit of Digvijay Singh, due to his sudden arrival in Chhattisgarh amid the appointment of parliamentary secretaries and corporates.




Raipur : During this time of Novel Corona Crisis, E-Lok Adalat is a ‘Nobel’ initiative –Chief Justice


Nation’s first E-Lok Adalat inaugurated in Chhattisgarh High Court

While inaugurating the nation’s first E-Lok Adalat today, Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh Mr. PR Ramchandra Menon said that in this difficult time of pandemic, e-lok adalat is a noble initiative to bring relief to people and to reduce the pendency.
In the inaugural programme organized by Chhattisgarh State Legal Service Authority Bilaspur at the conference room of Chhattisgarh High Court, Chief Justice Menon inaugurated e-lok adalat by clicking the button. All the courts, defendants, advocates of 23 districts of the state joined this inaugural programme through video conferencing. The programme was viewed across the nation through social media platforms.


Chief Justice Menon inaugurated the programme by lighting lamp. In his address to the inaugural programme, he said that because of the lockdown due to pandemic, works of government departments as well as the judiciary system has got significantly affected. Advocates and defendants both are going through tough times. All court proceedings have been stopped due to lockdown. In this phase, we have decided to cancel summer vacation and have decided to work in weekends as well. He told that during corona crisis, more than 5212 cases have been filed. 3959 cases have been resolved in High Court. Maximum of these resolved cases were the ones for which hearing was going on for more than 5 years. Commendable work has been done In district and lower courts also, based on their capacity and infrastructure. He told that in year 2019, more than 45 thousand cases were filed in Chhattisgarh High Court alone, out of which 39 thousand cases were resolved. In year 2020, 10639 cases were filed between January and March, before the strike of corona pandemic, out of which 8736 cases have been resolved.
Justice Mr. Menon said that e-lok adalats are being held across the state, as an important opportunity. As lockdown has affected all the economic activities including judiciary sector, e-lok adalat is an initiative to reduce the problems faced by people involved in cases.


While presiding over the programme, Executive Chairman of State Legal Service Authority Justice Prashant Mishra said that it is a historical opportunity to resolve cases through mutual agreement in courts across the state through video conferencing. This is an initiative to bring justice to poor people, which would not have been possible without the support of judicial officers, advocate, law officials, and guidance of Chief Justice. He thanked Chief Justice of Supreme Court and Chairman of National Legal Service Authority for their support and guidance in establishing e-lok adalat system.
Justice Mishra said that to ensure that the e-Lok Adalat runs uninterrupted, additional data has been made available by the authority to the courts of all districts. 3133 cases are being heard in 195 benches of 23 districts in e-Lok Adalat. The High Court also has two benches available. Justice Mishra appealed to the Presiding Officers and Parties of the districts to work as much as possible to ensure settlement in as many cases as possible. He said that if e-Lok Adalat turns out to be a success, then more such e-courts will be set up in future.
The programme was addressed by Justice Manindra Mohan Shrivastava, Chairman, High Court Computerization Committee and Justice Gautam Bhaduri, Chairman, High Court Legal Services Committee. The welcome address was given by Registrar General Shri Neelam Chand Sankal. Registrar CPC Shri Shahabuddin Qureshi threw light on the concept of e-Lok Adalat.
The inauguration ceremony was attended online by Justice Gautam Charadia also joined through web link. Registrar Vigilance Mr. Deepak Kumar Tiwari, Judge of all districts, Judicial Officer, Chairman and Secretary of all District Legal Services Authority, Chairman of Bar Council, Bar Association Officer, Presiding Officer, Legal Aid Service Volunteer and Parties. State Legal Services Authority member secretary Mr. Siddharth Aggarwal proposed a vote of thanks.

By Shoaib Jakariya



Naxalites kidnap father of police constable in Dantewada, sister beaten up


In Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, Naxalites have kidnapped the father of a police constable.

 

Dantewada In Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, Naxalites have kidnapped the father of a police constable. Late Monday night, Naxalites carried out this act. This step is being told by the Naxalites, angry with the son's admission to the police. Both the father and mother of the constable were abducted by the Naxalites, but it is being told that the 62-year-old mother was repatriated halfway through the Naxals and that the father of the constable has taken 64-year-old Lachhu Telam along. The villagers are looking for the elderly. The sister has also been assaulted.

Dantewada SP Dr Abhishek Pallav told News18 that the Naxals abducted the father and mother of police constable Ajay Telam from Patel Para of village Gumiyapal. Ajay Teram was first a scribe in a local ashram. About a year ago, he expressed his desire to join the police. He is a new constable right now. Naxalites angry at being admitted to the police have carried out such incidents. The elderly are also bent on harassing the Naxalites.

Dr. Abhishek Pallava said that the help of local villagers and associate Sangham members of Naxalites is being taken to search for the elderly. If the force lands directly in the jungle to search for the elderly, it may threaten the life of the elderly. Therefore, help of villagers is being taken. The villagers have gone to search for the elderly in the forest. Naxalites have also beaten up the constable's sister.




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