Farmers get more support from paddy From the face of farmers


Mahasamund 21 December 2018 / State Government has started the process of giving proper value of their hard work to farmers and forgiving agricultural credit. The face of the farmers is showing prosperity. To sell the paddy at the new support price by the state government, a large number of farmers are coming in the district co-operative societies. Farmers are very happy with this historical decision of governance. Now they will get about 750 rupees more from the last support price. It is worth noting that the support price of paddy by the state government has been declared as 2500 rupees per quintal.
Shri Santram Malek, a farmer of village Ghodari who came to sell the paddy at the support price in Sahasari Samiti of Bansodanda, Mahasamund Vikaskhand said that this important decision of the state government is very beneficial for all the farmers. He told that he has 6 acres of agricultural irrigated land. They plant paddy crop in the kharif season and in the rabi season the pulses of oilseed-oilseeds. He said that the Chief Minister, while worrying about the farmers, has increased the financial condition of the farmers by boosting the bonus and the support price of the paddy. Due to getting paddy bonus and support prices, that money will be spent in other essential jobs and in the coming time, agriculture will do double work with enthusiasm. Similarly, the farmer of village Saradih, who came to sell paddy, said that he has two acres of agricultural land. There is about 10-12 thousand rupees in the co-operative society and bank including farm and agricultural credit. He is very pleased to increase the support price and the bonus of paddy by the state government. At this time, they will repair their home after getting more money from Paddy's support price and paddy bonus.




Regarding the custom milling of the collector acquired paddy   District meeting of Rice Millers Instructions for raising of paddy by the time


In the chairmanship of Mahasamund, 21 December 2018 / Collector, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, in the meeting of District Office of the District Office today, a meeting of the Rice Millers of the district was organized in connection with the custom milling of the Paddy procured on the support price at the support price in 2018-19. Officers and members of the District's Rice Millers Association were present in the meeting. It was informed in the meeting that 134 Aarwa and 40 Usna Rice Millers are registered for the work of custom milling, monthly milling capacity of Arwa mills is a monthly milling capacity of 1,62,000 metric tonnes and its mills is 57,800 metric tons. During the review, it was found that the delivery of 91,955 metric tonnes of paddy delivery order has been issued by Arva mills in a month's period, which is 57 percent of the monthly milling capacity.
Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta, while directing Arwa Rice Millers, said that they should issue delivery orders within one month of their one month's milling capacity. The 10 Rice Millers registered last year have not registered themselves for the work of custom milling this year. He said that such mills will be verified by the Food Department and action will be taken to cut their electrical connection. Work is not being done by some Rice Millers operated in the district to lift paddy and supply the auspicious to the Food Corporation of India. Collector Shri Gupta gave strict instructions to the millers to bring progress in the work of custom milling. In order to accelerate the functioning of the Chawl acquisition, it was instructed to keep open the CIDCO and Warehouse Vacation Day of Indian Food Corporation. District Food Officer Mr. Ajay Yadav, Deputy Cooperative Societies, District Marketing Officer, District Manager, Civil Supplies Corporation and Nodal Officer, District Cooperative Central Bank were also present in the meeting.




Raipur : Chhattisgarh to have Journalist Security Law : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel's instructions


 Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has taken the initiative to form journalist security law in the state. On the third day of taking charge as Chief Minister, Mr. Baghel has issued instructions to prepare format of this law.

With this initiative of state government under the leadership of Mr. Baghel, Chhattisgarh would become the first state of the country to have journalist protection law. It is noteworthy that it was promised in the manifesto that protection of journalist would be the top priority of government.

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has given instructions that the journalist security provisions in various states should be studied and also suggestions from journalists, human rights activists, legal experts etc should be taken, and draft of this law should be presented before him as soon as possible.




District level mass-redressal camp suspended on December 22 in Gram Panchayat dearly


Surajpur December 21, 2018 / Collector Shri KC Deveshnapati has informed that District Level Practices related to the District Grievance Redressal Camp being held on December 22 in Gram Panchayat of Expenditure has been postponed due to inevitable reasons. Public Troubleshooting camp will be organized only after the upcoming order.




Online application for post matric scholarship for SC / ST and OBC in the year 2018-19


According to the information received from Assistant Commissioner Dr. Lalit Shukla in the direction of Surajpur 21 December 2018 / Collector Shri KC Deesanapati, all the government / non-government colleges, universities, engineering colleges, medical colleges, ITIs, polytechnics etc. run in Chhattisgarh State Head, scholarship in charge and studying in Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes Thes who are eligible for post-matric scholarship distribution by the Department, are informed that the application for application, acceptance and distribution of Post Matric Scholarship (Class 12th) for education session 2018-19 tribal.cg.gov.in/ The online escholarship website is being made online. Under which, the date has been fixed by the Department for the year 2018-19 to fix proposals / approvals for the registration and acceptance of the students, according to which the students will get online application (new and renewal) from December 20, 2018 to January 15, 2019, draft proposals From December 20, 2018 to January 25, 2019, for disposal of the order, from December 20, 2018 to January 30, 2019 and collecting KYC from the institutions. Up to 10 February 2019 went to set. Applications for Post Matric Scholarship for the academic session 2018-19 after the prescribed dates will not be approved and the opportunity to do the draft proposal or to get the order order will also not be provided. If the concerned students are deprived of scholarship on not completing the proceedings till the said date, the institution head will be automatically responsible for this. Scheduled Tribe students who have previously applied for the National Scholarship Portal (scholarships.gov.in), post matriculation (class 12th to higher), also will be given the re-departmental website tribal.cg.gov.in/escholarship It is compulsory to apply. They will be provided scholarships only through this portal.




Development Block-Free Free Ayurveda and Homeopathic Camp at Bhayythan Community Health Center


In the presence of Surajpur 21 December 2018 / Collector Shri K.D. Devsanapati and in the presence of Shri Parasnath Rajwade, Chairman of the area and in the presence of Shri Akhilesh Pratap Singh, Vice President of the District, camp was organized at the Community Health Center of Vikas Khand Bhayyathan under Ayushman Health Camp. At the camp, free medical treatment was done by Ayurveda / Homeopathic experts of all chronic diseases like Vata Disease, Arthritis, Paralysis, Joint Pain, Swelling, Hemorrhoids, All Diseases of Gynecology, Dermatology and Disease, Diabetes etc. Patent medicines were distributed and blood and urine screening facilities were provided free of cost. About two and a half thousand people were enrolled in the camp and treated / treated by specialists of various diseases.


The Collector Shri K.D. DeSanapati took stock of the camp. After getting the registration of the patients in the camp, after seeing the doctor, taking the medicines in the queue and taking medicines to take medicines, giving them the help of taking medicines and making sure to take medicines regularly. gave advice. He directed the District Ayurveda Officer Dr RK Dwivedi to get the benefit of all the people present in the camp as much as possible.
On this occasion, on the occasion Mr. Sunil Sahu and Mr. Tayyab Ansari, Mr. Ravindra Singh, Mr. Rajiv Gupta, Noor Alam, Mr. Santosh Sarathi, Mr. Rajiv Pratap Singh, Member of Jeevan Deep Committee Shri Prakash Dubey, Bhayyathan SDM Smt. Jyoti Singh, Senior Member Dr. KD Mishra, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Dr. Ashutosh Singh, Ayurved Specialist, Dr. Sandhya Pandey, Ayurveda Medical Officer, Dr Ran Vij Dr. Singh, Ayurveda Medical Officer Dr. Bharti Parihar, Dr. Yogesh Pandey, Dr. Rajnish Jaiswal, Dr. Anil Sharma, Dr. Shashi Parasar, Dr. Mukesh Gupta, Dr. Ishwar Patel, Homeopathic Medical Officer Dr. Jagannath Thakur, Dr. Rakesh Jagga, Section Medical Officer Dr. Uttam Singh, Program Officer Mr. Vijay Kumar Ekka, RES SDO Mr. Rajesh Kujur, DPM Shri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, Mr. P. S. Paa Make-up, Pharmacist Shri Shiv Prasad Dhruve, Sri Ramkumar Sahu, Shri Gaurishankar Netam, Shri Kunj Bihari Shyamal, Shri Gambhir Sai, Panchkarma Sahayak Shri Sheetal Yadav, K. Reena Lakra, Shri Visva Bharati, Shri Markandey Sahu, Mr. Roshan Singh Jatwar, Shri Gayatri Varman, Pharmacy Staff, Shri Rai Rajwade, Shri Ramdhan Singh, Mr. Surendra Kuzur, Sarpanch / Secretary, Health Department officials and staff members Were. The successful event of the camp was also appreciated by the villagers present.




Gram Panchayat for the government fair value shop operation; Release in advance for Laidua and Kalyanpur canceled due to inevitable reasons. Application for re-allocation till 07 January


According to information received from Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, according to information received from Surajpur 21 December 2018 / Collector Shri KC Devsenapati, according to the information regarding the allotment of government fair value store, LDU, the beneficiary number / 608 / reader / 2017 Surajpur dated 02.06 Statement No. / 900 / reader / 2017 issued by the office regarding the allocation of Kalyanpur, as per the official price shop, Ank 10.04.2017 has been canceled by the inevitable reasons.
Sub-Divisional Officer (Ra) Dr. Subhash Singh Raj has told that all the Primitive Tribal Multipurpose Cooperative Societies (Lamps) / Primary Agricultural Branch Committee / Forest Safety Committee / Women Self Help Group / Gram Panchayat and other Consumer Cooperative Societies and Local Urban Body, Village Panchayat Laduya and Kalyanpur are informed that if they have a fair price shop Lodua and Kalyanpur development block Raman Be willing to conduct Jnagr If your application can be submitted by appearing in the January 7, 2019 Office of PM 05 level office until 30 pm SDO (Ra 0) Surajpur. No consideration will be made on the application received after the due date.




Procurement of 197397.1 metric tonnes of paddy in Bemetra district


Bemetra December 21, 2018: - In the Bemetara district, 197397.11 MT of paddy has been procured so far during the current procurement season. Released quantity 92132.5 metric tonnes, issued D.O. Information of Durg- 22791 metric tonnes, Bemetra-42394 metric tonnes, Bilaspur-6576 metric ton, total 71761 metric tonnes D.O. Bhela Durg against - 20483 MT, Bemetra - 36774 MT, Bilaspur - 6548.2 MT, Total 63805 MT. Storage Center Lanjavara (Sarda) Information - Issued T.O. Quantity - 34372 metric tonnes, lift amount - 19648.84 metric tonnes, Rice deposits in civil supply corporation - 10436.11 metric tons




Inspection of rann shelters


Bemetra December 21, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware visited the Rann Basera shelter located at Bemetra this morning. On this occasion, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.K. Sharma was also present.




Collector launches baby protection month


Bemetara December 21, 2018: - The infant protection month launched under the National Immunization Program was done by District Collector Mahadev Kaware in District Hospital Bemetara today. District Magistrate of Bemetara and NRC by District Collector Mahadev Kaware The newborn babies were immunized by drinking syrup of Vitamin A and the program was started by giving vitamin A syrup and iron syrup to children. In the program, Chief Medical and Health Officer and Civil Surgeon cum Superintendent of Superintendent of Police informed about pregnant and infant women present in the program about the benefit and vaccine against vaccine in this program, all the medical officers of the District Hospital, Development Block Program Manager Pankaj Adil, Shri Satish Sen and other officers / employees and all employees of the District Hospital The program was inaugurated in the presence of the program.
         The Child Protection Month will be organized throughout the month from December 21, 2018 to January 25, 2019, for the entire month of the month, in all the development blocks and primary health centers in the Anganwadi centers, under the guidance of Chief Medical and Health Officer and District Vaccination Officer, a total of District Bemetra Estimated Population is approximately 1044241 year 2018-19, this program is for all Health Centers and Anganba Will be held on immunization days in Shri centers during which along with the routine immunization program mainly given to vaccination of 0-5 years old children like Sewayeen, vitamins. Syrup (children from 09 months to 05 years in 6-6 months intervals) will be given, irons of syrup, malnourished children will be identified by recruitment to nutrition rehabilitation center, pregnant mothers, screening of mothers, testing of tetanus tacside The iron bullet will be distributed by injection.
         In the last phase of the program, the Chief Medical and Health Officer and District Vaccination Officer sent a message to all the pregnant and infant mothers of the district Bemetra that they were requested to take advantage of various services given during the vaccination session during the vaccination session. In which Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. SK Sharma, Civil Surgeon and Chief Hospital Superintendent Dr. S.K.Pal, District Vaccination Officer, Dr. Sharad Kohade, Development Block Program Manager Pankaj Adil, all medical officers were present.




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