According to the dreams of the ancestors, the labor of farmers, poor and laborers is getting respect

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has said that as per the dreams of the ancestors, constant efforts are being made to give respect to the labor of farmers, poor and laborers in Chhattisgarh, he said that in the Chhattisgarh model of development to fulfill the dreams of the ancestors of Chhattisgarh. Full care is being taken of ‘price to farmers, work to youth, respect to women, recognition of culture, upliftment of tribals, welfare of laborers and villagers’. Vishal Kisan was addressing the conference. On this occasion, the former Prime Minister of the country, Bharat Ratna Late. Unveiling the statue of Shri Rajiv Gandhi ji. On this occasion, he built 3.50 km road up to Godmarra-Suregaon, beautification of Godmarra Pat, renaming Kharkhara reservoir after former Prime Minister Bharat Ratna Late. Announced to rename Kharkhra-Mohdi Pat project after Rajiv Gandhi and after Dau Pyarelal Belchandan. In the program, Parliamentary Secretary and Gundardehi MLA Mr. Kunwar Singh Nishad, Sanjari-Balod MLA Mrs. Sanjari-Balod, President of District Panchayat Mrs. Sonadevi Deshlahare, Janpad Panchayat President Mr. Jagrut Sonkar and other public representatives were present. Addressing the farmers’ conference, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, not only the freedom struggle was fought, but he also promised to give respect to labour. Work done. Mahatma Gandhi fought for the rights of indigo cultivators in Chota Nagpur. The movement took place in Pratapgarh under the leadership of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. On the other hand, Mahatma Gandhi made the spinning wheel of the weaver’s machine a symbol of the country’s fight. Half of the population of the country but women who were confined within the boundary wall got the right to education, property. Chief Minister Shri Baghel remembered the great men who contributed in the freedom struggle of the country. Saluting Baba Guru Ghasidas ji, Sant Kabir ji, Ramkrishna Paramhans Pandit Sunderlal Sharma, Dr. Khubchand Baghel, he said that we have to make Chhattisgarh prosperous, strong, educated and peace and brotherhood by removing poverty, hunger, inequality in Chhattisgarh. . He said that as per the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi, Smt. Indira Gandhi and Shri Rajiv Gandhi, many schemes are being run for the progress and betterment of farmers, poor and laborers in the state. The Chief Minister said that Smt. Indira Gandhi called upon the farmers for Green Revolution to make the country self-reliant in the matter of food grains. Along with this, he made arrangements for nationalization of banks, providing loans to farmers and poor sections through banks. He started several irrigation schemes to increase agricultural production. Now the condition of production of food grains due to the hard work of the farmers is that even when there is a famine situation in the country, there is availability of food grains for the next three years for 140 crore people of the country. When there was a hurdle in getting the price, Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana was implemented. Apart from the support price, farmers are being given input subsidy at the rate of Rs 9,000 per acre through Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. This time so far 45 hundred crore rupees have reached the farmers’ accounts, while 12 hundred crore rupees will reach the accounts in the month of March. Last year, we paid Rs 5700 crore to the farmers and this year also we will make full payment. Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said that as soon as the government was formed, we kept the promise of loan waiver to the farmers and getting the farmers a fair price for their produce. Besides this, Kodo, Kutki, Ragi are also being purchased at support price. He said that the minor forest produce procured on support price in the state has been increased from 7 to 52. Not only this, the work of value addition (value addition) of forest produce is also being done. Chief Minister Shri Baghel said that our government wants to enrich the farmers so much that the standard of living of all is improved. Cow rearing is being linked to the economy. About 8 thousand Gauthans have been made in the state. Buying cow dung. Vermi compost is being made from cow dung. Many products like cow wood, lamps, pots are being made from cow dung. He said that now the walls will also be painted with cow dung. MoU has been signed to make paint from cow dung. Work is also going on to generate electricity from it in Gauthans. The sisters of women self-help groups will be known as electricity producers by making electricity from cow dung, whose money will go directly to their account. The Chief Minister said that the Chhattisgarh government will make every effort to get its share of DAP from the Center but if the DAP is not available then Vermi compost made from cow dung will be used as manure. He called upon the farmers to make more and more vermi compost. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading