Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel addressed the public meeting in Chhattisgarhi language in the program organized in the rest of the house on Sunday evening after road shows in Kanker.
He said, “Sangere ho, Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Baadi have to be saved.” He said that the river of Narna ie River Nalas reached the fields, Garacha means arrangement of fodder and cowherd for animal wealth.
Green fodder will be arranged for animal wealth and animal breed will be improved and organic fertilizers will be made from cow dung.
Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that according to the promise made in the manifesto, the agricultural loan of Rs. 6100 crores has been waived in farmers within 10 days of taking oath. SIT has been constituted for the investigation of Jhiram Valley.
The provision of purchase of farmers’ paddy @ 2500 / quintal will be made in the budget. The Chief Minister said that according to the decision taken by the government, registration of small plot has started from 5 ds.
Regarding the Forest Rights Recognition letter, he said that prior to December 13, 2005, the person who had occupied forest land and who have not received the recognition letter so far, will be given forest rights recognition letter.
The Chief Minister said that the government of Chhattisgarh will work for the benefit of all, it is the government of the common people, farmers, laborers, businessmen, everyone’s advancement, such work will be done. He said that there is immense potential for development in Bastar. Employment opportunities can be generated from forest produce.
The program was also addressed by Commercial Tax (Excise) and Minister of Industry, Mr. K. K. Lakhma. He said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, the benefit of development will reach the last person of the society.
The platform was conducted by Mr. Rajesh Tiwari, the Parliamentary Consultant of the Chief Minister and the gratitude was performed by Bhaineshwar Nagraj.
On this occasion, tribal society, Dudsena Kalar society, Sindh Samaj, Chhattisgarh Sarayapati Brahman Samaj, Kayastha Samaj, Chhattisgarh Muslim Samaj, Gujaratis Samaj, Sahu Samaj, Yadav Samaj, Gupta Samaj, Jain Samaj, Maheshwari Samaj, Devangan Samaj, Halba Samaj, Akhil Indian Rajput society, Sikh society, Bang society, Christian society, Rajak Samaj, Marathi society, Barai Samaj were present.
Likewise, Goswami society, Sen society, Nishad society, Sarva Brahmin Samaj, Menonite Church, Anju Manmad Islamamadi Committee, Muslim Jamat Khan, Ambedkar Memorial Committee, Buddhist Society, Maratha Kshatriya Samaj, Dhivar Samaj, Maithil Samaj, Gadaria Samaj, Suryavanshi Kalar Samaj, Backward Classes Organization, Manavakurmi Samaj etc. Gaya were also presented.
*News from TNIS