Raipur. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has said that the state government is trying to provide better opportunities for higher education to the students. He said that the best infrastructure of higher education is underway. The government has also opened the doors of employment for the youth. Right now the recruitment of Electricity Company, Assistant Professor, Patwari, Police etc. is being done. Rural areas had gotten additional employment opportunities through Godhan Nyay Yojana, Suraji Gram Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. The Chief Minister said this at the inauguration of the Government Civil Welfare College in Banbarad village of Ahiwara area of Durg district. The new building for this college started from 1985 has been prepared for 4 crore 83 lakh. The Chief Minister also inaugurated the Circuit House constructed for one crore thirty lakhs.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that the state produced 10 lakh quintals of vermicompost. The farmers get the benefit of it through cooperative societies. A large number of farmers have started using vermicompost. The path of organic farming is open in the state, and the state will gradually move in this direction. The Chief Minister said that the State Government is working to develop all sections along with the farmers. The farmers are relieved due to the decision of loan waiver.
Forest Minister and Minister-in-charge of Durg district, Mohammad Akbar, said that the State Government has tried to provide relief on all matters of importance to the general public. The government is concerned about all sections, whether it is loan waivers or giving ration to all. On this occasion, PHE Minister Guru Rudra Kumar said that the Chief Minister gave Tehsil status to Ahiwara. Nandini-Jamul road was grounded. The work on this road will start after October 15. He said that the government is determined to provide basic facilities to all. Higher Education Minister Umesh Patel said that the government is working rapidly for quality higher education in the state. On this occasion, Collector Dr Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure informed us about the development work in Ahiwara.