The Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, worshiped the land by worshiping the law of the integrated tea plantation next to the Ethnic resort located in the Gram Panchayat Balachapar. On this occasion, he planted tea plants with ministers, legislators and officials. Along with this, also planted trees in the Ethnic Resort Complex. The Chief Minister said that Jashpur is also known for Chaibagan. Farmers here will benefit greatly by promoting tea cultivation is indeed a beneficial farming. He directed the forest department officials to form a group of farmers for tea cultivation and encourage them. Take better measures for marketing. The Chief Minister also planted a tree in the former ethnic resort complex.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister met Mr. Mahendra Bhagat, Mr. Karam Ram and Mrs. Itwari Bhagat, who cultivate tea in their private land, and congratulated them for adopting tea cultivation and also the farmers of the neighborhood. Said to bring it forward. The Chief Minister inquired about the amount of remuneration and regular payment to the laborers engaged in tea plantation work. Tea is being planted on about 7 acres next to Balachapar Athenic Resort through Forest Department, DMF and NREGA in which 6 thousand 300 saplings will be planted. The tea plant is ready in about two to two and a half years and regular leaf plucking is done in 5 years.
On this occasion, Food Minister and District In-charge Mr. Amarjeet Bhagat, Parliamentary Secretary and Samaritan MLA Mr. Chintamani Maharaj, Jashpur MLA Mr. Vinay Bhagat, Commissioner Ms. G. Kindo, Inspector General of Police Mr. Ratan Lal Dangi, Collector Mr. Mahadev Kavre, Superintendent of Police Mr. Balaji Rao Local public representatives and officials were also present.