Chief Minister met representatives of various communities and social organizations in Nandghat
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel met the delegation of various communities and social organizations in Nandghat late on Thursday. He asked the representatives about the social activities of their respective communities besides taking their feedback about the implementation of government schemes and programmes.
Chief Minister approved a financial grant of Rs 20 lakh to Nirmalkar Samaj for construction of community hall, Rs 15 lakh to Kalar Samaj for expansion of community building in Navagarh, Rs 15 lakh to Vaishnav Samaj for construction of compound in Nandghat cemetery, Rs 20 lakh to Vaishnav Samaj for construction of community hall in Navagarh and Rs 10 lakh for the land at other site and Rs 5 lakh for the renovation of the building of the Yadav Samaj.
On the demand of the representatives of Kevat Samaj for a hostel in Navagarh, community hall in Nandghat and Dadhi, the Chief Minister talked about providing land as per the rules. He told the representatives of the society to take maximum advantage of the fisheries policy, and biofloc will be given to the people of this community. Stating that this technique has been widely used in Kondagaon, he urged the community people to promote the same. The Chief Minister encouraged the Kevat community to practice fish farming with advanced technology. He said that fish farming should be done in all Gauthans. Loan will also be available for this.
The Chief Minister told the delegation that locals of village Dadhi have taken advantage of the government schemes. There he met a villager who sold cow dung worth four lakhs and built a temple for Lord Krishna. He used his earnings in the interest of society. The delegation of Yadav Samaj expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for declaring Krishna Janmashtami as a dry day in the state.
The Chief Minister told the representatives of social organizations that the government has taken several decisions in the direction of social upliftment of the economically and socially weaker sections of the society. He told the representatives of Gadaria Samaj to get the people of the society to work in Ripa. For this, training will be given and loans will also be arranged. The Chief Minister told the delegation of Nirmalkar Samaj that the people of the society would be given work in Ripa.
The Chief Minister also gave instructions to the officials regarding removal of encroachment from the community hall of Gadaria Samaj in Navagarh. The Chief Minister asked Sonkar, Sikh and other communities to apply for land according to the rules. The delegation of Sahu Samaj expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for declaring a public holiday on Karma Jayanti.