CM: Lohandiguda will become new revenue sectionAugust 17, 2019
Chief Minister joins Forest Rights, Village Development and Nutrition Workshop held in Chitrakote
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today attended the “Banavan Naangat Bastar” Forest Rights, Village Development and Nutrition Workshop at Chitrakote in Bastar district. At the program, the Chief Minister announced the opening of a subdivisional office (Revenue) in Lohandiguda. Also announced to make provision in the upcoming budget to open a college in Lohandiguda. He directed the officials to complete the road under construction in Kaknar and Binta Valley soon. The Chief Minister also announced various development works worth Rs. 32 crore 11 lakh 43 thousand. These include road construction from Badanji to Anjar at a cost of Rs 19 crore 6 lakh, road construction from Belar to Taragaon at a cost of Rs 3 crore 44 lakh 74 thousand, Eramur to Kasturpal road construction at a cost of Rs 2 crore 57 lakh 21 thousand, 2 Construction of 2.25 km road from Takaraguda to Bhatpal at a cost of Rs 93 million 47 thousand, construction of 100 seater boys hostel in Bastar University campus at a cost of Rs 3 crore, in Asana at a cost of Rs 60 lakh Level, folk dance and installation of Sahitya Akademi, producing 50 million cost of Rs older rayed market in Agricultural Produce Market Complex Agri Plaza.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has spent about 125 crore 49 lakh 79 thousand in Chitrakote. Inaugurated and performed Bhoomi Pujan of various development works of He inaugurated 14 construction works worth Rs 97 crore 24 lakh 35 thousand and laid the foundation stone for 10 works worth Rs 28 crore 25 lakh 44 thousand.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that there is a lot of possibility to conserve water in Bastar. There are many rivers, drains, there is no need to let water shortage in Bastar by constructing bridges, check dams etc., so under the Suraji scheme, the Narva scheme All people have to be added to. Describing malnutrition as a curse, he said that it weakened not only a generation but many generations. He said that weak Chhattisgarh and weak Bastar can never compete with developed areas, hence a complete eradication of this problem is necessary. He appealed to all people to work together to solve the problem of malnutrition.
The Chief Minister said that in Bastar, Harik Nanibera i.e. Happy Childhood Program has been launched, through which children will be given eggs, Moongfalli Laddus etc. He said that from October 2, a malnutrition campaign will be launched in the entire state to end malnutrition.
The Chief Minister said that due to shortage of doctors, people are not able to get immediate medical care. To address this problem, plans have been started to run clinics in the Haat markets. Through this, people are being provided health treatment and treatment facilities. The government of Chhattisgarh is the government of the general public. This, along with loan waiver by the government, purchase of paddy at the support price of Rs 2500, 4000 per standard bag of tendu leaves, the number of small forest produce has been increased from 7 to 15. He said that industrialists in Lohandiguda region for the first time in the country The Chhattisgarh government has done the historic work of returning farmers’ land, which is being discussed all over the country and abroad.
Industries Minister Shri Kavasi Lakhma, Bastar MP Shri Deepak Badge, Kondagaon MLA Mohan Markam also addressed the gathering on the occasion.
The Chief Minister distributed materials under various schemes operated by the Department of Agriculture Horticulture including the Forest Rights Recognition Card, Renewed Ration Card to the beneficiaries in the program. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel inspected the stalls of women groups of Lohandiguda block under National Livelihood Mission (Bihan) Bastar here and appreciated their work.
In the program, Minister of School Education and Minister in-charge of the district Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam, Bastar Development Authority Chairman Mr. Lakeshwar Baghel, Jagdalpur MLA Mr. Rekhachand Jain, Narayanpur MLA Mr. Chandan Kashyap, Parliamentary Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, Collector Dr. Ayaz Tamboli, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, Mr. Inderjit Chandrawal, and a large number of villagers were present.