Big change in the lives of people in three years, new doors of livelihood opened: Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel will release an amount of Rs 5 crore 60 lakh online to the cattle rearing villagers, women groups associated with Gauthans and Gauthan committees under the Godhan Nyay Yojana through a virtual program organized at the Chief Minister’s residence office on August 4, in which from July 16. Till July 31, the state’s Gauthans include payment of Rs 2.17 crore in lieu of cow dung purchased from cattle rearing villagers, farmers, landless, Rs 2.07 crore to Gauthan committees and Rs 1.37 crore to women’s groups. Under the Godhan Nyay Yojana, Rs 301 crore 42 lakh has been paid to the beneficiaries in the state so far. After the payment of 6.50 crores on August 4, this figure will be Rs 307 crores 92 lakhs. Godhan Nyay Yojana is the only such scheme in the country and the world, under which cow dung at the rate of Rs 2 per kg and cow urine at the rate of Rs 4 per liter is being purchased in the Gauthans of Chhattisgarh state. 153.42 crore has also been paid to villagers selling cow dung in lieu of cow dung purchased till July 15 in Gauthans. After payment of Rs 2.17 crore to cow dung vendors on August 4, this figure will increase to Rs 155.58 crore. An amount of Rs 152.90 crore has been paid so far to Gauthan committees and women self-help groups. This figure will increase to Rs 156.36 crore after payment of Rs 3.43 crore to Gauthan committees and self-help groups on August 4. In Gauthans, vermicompost, super compost, super compost plus and other products are being prepared on a large scale from cow dung purchased under Godhan Nyay Yojana by women groups. 17 lakh quintals of vermi compost and more than 5 lakh 19 thousand quintals of super compost and 18 thousand 924 quintals of super compost plus manure have been manufactured by women’s groups, which are supplied through societies to various departments of the government and farmers at concessional rates. being done. Apart from manure from cow dung, women’s groups are earning profit by manufacturing and selling go-casts, lamps, incense sticks, idols and other materials. Apart from this, various other income-oriented activities are being conducted by women groups in Gauthans, including vegetable and mushroom production, poultry, goat, fish farming and animal husbandry, due to which women groups have received an income of Rs.77 crore 34 lakh so far. are done. There are 13,969 women self-help groups directly associated with Gauthans in the state, with a membership of 83,874. Electricity generation has been started in Gauthans by purchasing cow dung. It is noteworthy that the beginning of making natural paint from cow dung has also started in Hirapur-Jarwai Gauthan of Raipur. According to the intention of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, Gauthans are being developed as Rural Industrial Parks. In order to promote income-oriented activities, agricultural and forest produce based processing units, units for manufacturing natural paint from cow dung are being established. The work of setting up of mini rice mills and other types of units including oil mills in 227 Gauthans and Dal Mills in 251 Gauthans is in progress. For the conservation and welfare of cow in the state, construction of Gauthans is being done at a rapid pace in the villages. There is better management of livestock, treatment and free fodder and water in Gauthans. So far, approval has been given for construction of Gauthans in 10,624 villages in the State, out of which 8408 Gauthans have been constructed and 1758 Gauthans are under construction. The self-supporting Gauthans have so far purchased cow dung worth Rs.17 crore 15 lakh from their own funds. More than 2 lakh 52 thousand rural, livestock farmers are getting benefited from Godhan Nyay Yojana. Women make up 45.98 percent of those earning extra income by selling cow dung. More than one lakh 40 thousand landless families are getting benefited from this scheme. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading