'Voter Awareness Forum' launches in the state


Ranging from school, college to voter awareness
Voters awareness programs will be institutionalized

Formation of Forum in Government and Non-Government Offices

Voter 'Awareness Forum' has been launched to increase voter awareness at every level in Korea 17 January 2019 / Chhattisgarh. Chief Election Officer, Mr. Subrata Sahu, launched it on January 16, in a function organized at CEO Office. In the program, he said that in order to develop a culture of strong and effective electoral participation, all the governmental, semi-governmental and non-governmental offices in the state are being formed in the 'Voter Awareness Forum; Paranjit. He said that on the instructions of the Election Commission of India, its process has started in the state. Electoral literacy clubs are being set up in all the offices to provide knowledge of voter literacy and connect them with the voting process. Addressing the officials of the election office, NGOs, Master Trainers in the program, he said that this forum is part of the voter literacy club. He said that voting awareness should be encouraged by making students from different groups participating in this forum.
The Forum will be formed in different institutions and will work differently at district and state level. Nodal officers will also be coordinated to coordinate all these. On the occasion, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr S. Bhartidasan, Joint CEO, Smt. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Deputy Chief Election Officer, Mr. U.S. Agrawal and Mr. Ashish Tikhiyaha, Nodal Officer of State Voters Awareness Forum, Shri Prashant Pandey, State Chief of Indian Industry Confederation, Mr. Satish Pandey, Election Literacy Club, State Level Master Trainer, Ms. Nidh Agrawal, State Resource Person Mr. Madan Upadhyay and Master of the Election Literacy Club. Other members of the Voter Awareness Forum, including Television, Mr. Chunnilal Sharma Mr. and Master Trainers were present.
It is notable that the Commission has incorporated the formation of the Voter Awareness Forum as an important step to increase the participation of voters in the electoral process. Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu has written to all the collectors and district election officials for the formation of 'Voter Awareness Forum'. In the letter, the information about the objectives of the forum, organization and key functions has been given. Collectors have been directed to form the Forum in government offices, non-governmental and semi-official offices, as well as government offices in the district.
Shri Sahu said that through the Forum, necessary action will be taken to create awareness regarding the voting process and to encourage people to enroll in the voters' list and encourage ethical voting. Office of the Head Forum will be the Chairman. The senior officer or employee with the experience of departmental chief election work will be appointed as the nodal officer of the forum. A committee will be constituted by the forum for organizing various activities. On the occasion of the State Level Voter Awareness Forum, Nodal Officer, Shri Prashant Pandey gave detailed information in accordance with the guiding points of the Election Commission of India through PowerPoint Presentation. On this occasion, a five-minute documentary film prepared in connection with the Voter Awareness Forum was also demonstrated by the Commission.




Closing ceremony of three-day Tataji festival On the last day Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh created a bandh


Balrampur concludes with a colorful cultural program of Tatapani Festival 2019 which will be held on the occasion of 17 January 2019 / Makar Makar Sankranti Parab. In the day-to-day program, state and local artists from the state and district participated in the cultural program.
The concluding ceremony of the three-day festival program of Taatapani Festival and Sankranti Parab 2019 was held in the presence of Ramanujganj MLA Mr. Brihaspat Singh. The MLA of the area, Mr. Brijpat Singh congratulated the performers presenting the program at the three-day festival to compliment the people of the area and congratulate them. The last day of the program, Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh, singer Amrita Dixit, Anand Mohan, Sudhir Singh Chhotu and other artists took the heart of the audience through attractive singing and dance. Similarly on the first day of the festival on January 13, Chhattisgarhi singer Shri Deepak Chandrakar and Mr. Lakhan Lal Devangan and Aditya and Chandrika Jhank in local presentation and on January 14, Shri Anuj Sharma of Chhattisgarh Folk Art, Hindi song by singer Shri Anil Shrivastav, Bhojpuri singer Shri Rakesh Mishra, choreographer Monika Rai and in the local presentation by Stuti Jaiswal, the colorful cultural car Went the presentation of the course. In the program Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and local people engaged in the district enjoyed the thrilling three-day program. On this occasion, Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kushma, Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur and District Representatives of the district, dignitaries and district level and block level officers and representatives of the media and officials of different departments and the general public were present in large number.




Assembly Elections - Election Expenditure by the Candidates


Batemara January 17, 2019: - The details of the amount spent by the candidates during the assembly elections are as follows: According to the information received from the District Election Office - Assembly Segment 68 - Saaja Bhavchand Bafna (BJP) Rs 1874825, Ravindra Chabe (I. NC) 1811703 and Basant Agarwal (Independent) 1287081 rupees. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kaware said that Vidhansh area 69, Avadhesh Chandel (BJP) of Bemetra Rs 2116907, Ashish Kumar Chhabra (INC) Rs 1294726 and Yogesh Tiwari (JCJ) 1795359 Have spent. Similarly, in the 70 assembly constituencies, Dayaladas Baghel (BJP) has spent Rs. 1737010, Gurudayal Singh Banjara (INC) Rs. 1226743 and Omprakash Vajpayee (BSP) has spent Rs. 1080179. The limit for spending upto Rs 28 lakh was decided by the Election Commission of India by the Election Commission.
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DLCC meeting today


    
Bemetara January 17, 2019: - The District Level Advisory Committee (DLCC) and District Level Review Committee (DLRC) attached to the banks under the chairmanship of the Collector will be held on Friday 18 January at the Vision Meeting room of Collectorate on Friday, January 18.




In the Assembly elections 2018, bailout of three lakh rupees in Bemetra district 38 candidates failed to get bail


Bemetara January 17, 2019: During the assembly elections 2018, the security deposit of 38 candidates in the three assembly constituencies of Bemetra district has been seized. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kaware said that according to the provisions of section 158-4 of the People's Representation Act, 1951, the sum of the total amount of three lakh rupees was collected from all the 38 candidates. These candidates include Ashok Kumar Singhania, Gulab Singh Lodhi, Chitren Lodhi, Tek Singh Chandel, Rohit Sinha, Ashok Talukan, Kishan Sahu, Mrs. Kaushila Narang, Basant Agarwal, Bhagatram, Yashwant Bhargava, Rakesh Singh Rajput, Lokchan Sahu, Under the assembly constituency Bemetra, Churavan Singh Sahu, Dauam Chauhan, Baldau Prasar Sivare, Yashwant Sitaram Sahu, Syed Farooq Ali, Sohan L. Om Prakash Bachpai, Anjor Das Dhritlahr, Rajuram Pathe, Anand Ram Daharia, Tekram Kosale, Bharatlal Patale, Bhagabali Shivar, L. Nishad, Anjor Das Mahant, Bhuneshwar Satnami, Manmohan Thakur, Rajesh Dubey, Ramchandra Sahu, Sanjeev Agarwal and Vidhan Sabha area under Navagadh. Bhaskar Ghosh, Ramakant Rai, Lakhbir Singh Kaushal, Harikishan Kurray, Hiralal Anant, Hemant Kumar Woolang.




Inter departmental cricket competition collector saw match


Bemetara January 17, 2019: - Inter-departmental cricket competition is being organized between January 14 and January 25, 2019 between the officers and employees of different departments in District Bemetra. Collector Mahadev Kaware reached the sports ground in Kobia this morning and saw the match of the cricket competition and encouraged the players. On this occasion, Executive Engineer R.E. Mrs Sana Sonal Haffmann was also present. Today there is a match between the team of rural mechanical service division and social audit. It has been declared the team winner of the Rural Engineering Service Division Division. Yesterday, on January 18, the Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department and the government Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru PG. There will be a match between the college Bemetra. The final match will be held on 25th January. Winners and runners-up teams will be rewarded in the competition. Apart from this, Man of the Match, Man of the Series, Best Baler, Best Batsman, Best Baller etc. will be given in each match. District Sports Officer Mr. Tiwari has been made Nodal and Steno Two Collector Dharmendra Sharma as Assistant Assistant for conducting Cricket match organizing.




School bags distributed to girls of girls hostel


Bemetara Jan 17, 2019 - Collector Mahadev Kaware has distributed school bags and wallets bags to 50 children in the Government Scheduled Caste Balika hostel, located at Bemetra this morning. They visited different rooms of the hostel and took information from girls about the facilities available in the hostel. The District Magistrate has also provided information regarding the computer set in the hostel. It is to be known that the District Settlement Fund (DMF) has been purchased from the computer set for the hostels of the district. The Collector also took information from the superintendent about the refilling of the sanitary napkin ATMs installed under the Shuchita scheme. He inquired about the quality of food and their education from children and gave them an explanation for reading. By which the name of the parents, society and the state can be illuminated. On this occasion, Assistant Commissioner Mrs. Menaka Chandrakar and Hostel Superintendent Mrs. Anita Sahu were also present.




The collector has taken a look at the goods purchased for the hostel.


Bemetara Jan 17, 2019 - Collector Mahadev Kaware met the children on arrival in the pre-matric scheduled child hostel Kobia (Bemetara) today and took information about the facilities available there. He made physical verification of the bed, mattress, furniture, computer set etc material purchased for the hostel of the district. The District Magistrate directed the Assistant Commissioner Ajak to supply the goods purchased in other hostels of the district soon. He has applied for hostel kitchen and drinking water. He also visited the filter water set machine and explained the students drinking water there. He instructed the Assistant Commissioner to repair rack of bedroom bedroom. It has to be known that the department has purchased 120 beds, 137 Gadas and pillow gem portals for the ashram hostel of the district. The collector inquired about the breakfast and quality of the food received from the children in the hostel. He gave a lot of attention to the children and taught them to study. Assistant Commissioner, Mrs. Maneka Chandraqar and hostel superintendent Mr. Banjare were also present on this occasion.




Collector did casual inspection of government offices


Bemetara January 17, 2019: - Collector Mahadev Kaware conducted a surprise inspection of the transport office, Deputy Director, Women and Child Development Department and Block Education Officer (BEO) office at Bemetra at 10.40 am today. During this time many employees had not been present on time. He instructed Stahf to reach office at the scheduled time. By the common citizens, the District Magistrate received a complaint of delay in some offices to reach the employees' office. The collector informed about the services being given to the general public under the Public Service Guarantee Act 2011 in the Transport Office. He gave instructions to the District Transport Officer to display Public Service Guarantee outside the Flexi office. He also asked to take special care of cleanliness in the office premises. Preeti Thakur has not been signed by the Transport Officer for the last three days in the attendance register. Similarly Praveen Sahu assistant grade-03 did not sign for two days. Asked at the time of inspection, he was told by his staf that he is on a trip to Raipur today and this is not his signature. Both employees have been instructed to issue showcause notice. The Collector directed the repair work of the stairs of the office of R.T.O. Given to
Only two employees were found in the inspection of the Office of Women's Development Department. Office clerk Mansingh Kshatri has not signed the attendance register from 10th to 17th January. Similarly, Rajlakshmi Soni has not been signed from 06th to 17th of January, instructing him to issue ShowCaz Notices. Similarly, during the inspection of the BEO office, only three out of 11 employees were present. In which an affiliate is attached and an employee is on earned leave while 6 employees did not reach the office on time, instructed them to issue ShowCaz Notices. Bero Dharlal Dahariya himself did not appear on time in the office. In the employees who are not present at work on time - S. Narayan Geharwar, Bhupendra Kumar Pandey, Dhanulal Sahu, Jaiprakash Karmakar, Bhanu Pratap Sharma. The collector has warned the employees coming late that they are present on the task at the time or they will take strict action against them.




For the prosperity of agriculture, MNREGA has to be linked to agricultural development: Shri Bhupesh Baghel: Land will be marked for Gothan and pasture in villages in the upcoming Gram Sabha on January 26.


Chief Minister inaugurated the eighth Indian Horticultural Congress
Regional office to fix cost of agricultural cost in Chhattisgarh
To be started in Raipur
Fix prices for crops like Kodo, Kutki and Ragi

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has said that the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGA) should be linked to agriculture for the progress of cultivation and cultivation. They will be organizing village meetings in the village panchayats on January 26 and marking the place for the cattle and pasture for animals in every village. He said that through the MNREGA, the development of gaughathas and grasslands would be developed, this would provide employment for the people along with the provision of fodder for the animals.


Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the 5-day eighth Indian Heartical Congress held in the Auditorium of Agriculture College here today, expressing the views of this effect. The Chief Minister instructed the Agriculture Production Commissioner to coordinate with the Panchayat and Rural Development Department to ensure organizing of Gram Sabhas. This five-day Congress has been organized jointly by Indira Gandhi Agricultural University Raipur and Horticulture Society of India. On this occasion MLA Mrs. Anita Yogendra Sharma and Ms. Shakuntala Sahu, Chairman of Central Agricultural Costs and Value Commission Dr. V.Pal Sharma, Shri K.P. Rao, President of the Horticultural Society of India, Padamshree Honored Dr. KL Chaddha, Chief Minister's Agriculture and Rural Development Advisor, Shri Pradeep Sharma and Professor Dr. S.K., Vice Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University. Patil was also present. On this occasion Chief Minister released books of agricultural experts including publications of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, including 'Shaping Future of Art'.

The Chief Minister said that the animals roaming in the open with the scarcity of irrigation resources is a major problem of our agriculture sector. He urged the farmers to keep animals tied and said that this will save the cost of financing of the fields and cattle will get dung so that organic fertilizers and biogas plants can be planted. The Chief Minister told the regional office to set up the support price for agricultural products located in Jabalpur, Raipur in Chhattisgarh, declaring support prices for crops such as short grain crops, kodki and ragi and increase the support price of small forest produce. The Chief Minister said that farmers are unable to get the right price for various horticultural crops like tomato, onion and potatoes from time to time. For this purpose, agricultural experts should be prepared in the field wise action plan and advise farmers about the cultivation of crops. Mr. Baghel should give expert advice to the farmers for studying the impact of climate change on different crops and to protect crops. The Chief Minister said that due to low rainfall and salinity due to various reasons, saltwater is coming. Techniques should be developed for the removal of salinity by research.

In this five-day event, more than 800 garden scientists and horticulture experts from across the country and abroad joined. During this time, new technologies for production of fruits, flowers, vegetables and other horticultural crops and research and development will be discussed and discussed by the subject experts. Meanwhile, research papers focused on research and development work on various horticultural crops by subject experts, scientists and researchers will also be presented. Here the farmers who have done excellent work in the field of horticulture will also be honored.
    The Chief Minister inaugurated the exhibition centered on the processing equipment of agriculture products and agriculture and horticulture products in the college campus. On this occasion the teachers and students of the University were present in large numbers.




Raipur: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel joins Lohri's program


Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel today attended the Lohri festival program organized by Chhattisgarh Sikh Society at Raja Bhawan near Phaphdih Chowk. Mr. Baghel congratulated all the people on Lohadi greetings and greetings. He said that this festival related to farming and farming is celebrated in different regions of the country by different names like Makar Sankranti, Lohri, Pongal etc. On the demand of land for setting up medical colleges by the Sikh community, the Chief Minister said that if the Sikh community comes forward for this, then every possible assistance by the state government will be given. On this occasion, former MLA Mr. Gurupukh Singh Hora also addressed the program. Shri Mahendra Singh Chhabra gave the welcome speech. On this occasion, Mayor of municipal corporation Raipur, Mr. Pramod Dubey, former Chairman of Chhattisgarh Minority Commission, Mr. Dilip Singh Hora, organizer of the program, Mr. Surendra Singh Chhabra, along with many office bearers and members of the society were present. On this occasion, young people of Sikh society presented beautiful dance.




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