Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel) held a meeting on the fifth day of its ‘Bent-Meeting Campaign’ on Sunday at village Navaparakala in Premnagar assembly constituency. Here, during the discussion with the villagers, on their request, the CM made many important announcements related to development works and public facilities in the area. The Chief Minister announced the construction of a new bridge over the Gage River at Navaparakala Gezi Marg. He has announced the formation of a new sub-tehsil in Umeshwarpur for solving the problem of low-voltage and uninterrupted power supply in Premnagar-Umeshwarpur area, establishment of new power sub-station, speedy disposal of revenue cases and administrative tightening. .
Chief Minister Baghel has provided drinking water facility through solar powered pumps in villages facing the problem of drinking water, new building for Higher Secondary School of Premnagar, expansion of facilities in Devasthal located at Chauri Pahad, Mukhyamantri Sugam Sadak Yojna.CM Sugam Road SchemeAnnouncements were also made for the approval of the works to be done under During this, the Chief Minister said that where required, irrigation facility would be expanded through solar powered pumps.
For the first time a record 98 lakh metric tonnes of paddy was procured
Baghel said that I have come out to know whether the general public is getting the benefit of the government’s scheme or not. He said that forest rights recognition letters should be distributed to all the eligible people by running a campaign under the rules. He said that for the first time after the formation of Chhattisgarh state, a record 98 lakh metric tonnes of paddy was procured. The price of paddy being received in Chhattisgarh is nowhere in the whole country.
Government will also buy cow urine after cow dung
The CM said that we have served cow-mother, are buying cow dung and will also buy cow urine in future. Like Gaumata, we also have to serve Mother Earth, for this we have to use vermi compost in the fields, which will increase the fertility of the land.
expressed displeasure over the commission’s complaint
Expressing strong displeasure over the complaint of commission in Panchayat works by the President of Sarpanch Union, the Chief Minister said that if there is any such particular complaint, then tell it, action will be taken after getting it investigated. A complaint can be made to the EOW, the police station or himself or the public representatives. The Chief Minister said that I assure that action will be taken after getting it investigated.
Yashoda got the benefit of Mahatari Dular Yojana
Yashoda, a class X student of Navaparakala, thanked the Chief Minister for getting the benefit of the Mahtari Dular scheme. Yashoda told that his mother had died of Corona. Because of this plan, his studies continue uninterrupted. Yashoda wants to build her future as a government servant according to her mother’s wishes. He also thanked the Chief Minister for the decision taken by the state government for fee waiver for the candidates of PSC and Vyapam for the residents of Chhattisgarh.
Rambhagat earned 40 thousand rupees by selling cow dung
During the program, Ram Bhagat, a farmer of Navapara Kala, told the Chief Minister that he has earned an income of about 40 thousand rupees this year by selling cow dung under the Godhan Nyay Yojana. On being asked by the Chief Minister, he told that he has 15 to 20 cattle.
Instructions for investigation on complaint of non-receipt of dairy subsidy
Kedarpur farmer Amarjeet Kurre told the Chief Minister that he has not yet received the subsidy for dairy. The Chief Minister said that your name and village have been noted. Whatever wrong has been done, action will be taken against it. Along with this, the Chief Minister directed the officials to give subsidy immediately.
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