The first supplementary budget proposal in the house, government has made a provision of Rs 200 crore for the first of its kind scheme in the country; CM Bhupesh Baghel.

The first supplementary budget proposal in the house, government has made a provision of Rs 200 crore for the first of its kind scheme in the country; CM Bhupesh Baghel.

Raipur: State government has secured one lakh acres of land under the Narwa, Garwa, Ghurwa, and Badi scheme. Chhattisgarh is the only state, which has one million quintals of vermicompost. “I will tell Ravindra Choubey that after the House is over, take all the MLAs to a Gothans to show them the work done,” said the Chief Minister

The Chief Minister said that the state government is no making Corona an excuse. Even during the Corona period, Chhattisgarh alone is buying 74 percent of the minor forest produce. The question is being raised about taking the loan. The Central government itself says that the GST which we were supposed to give to the state, we are not able to give it now. The state government should take the loan.

The scope of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, Bhumihin Kisan Yojana will be extended to lakhs of people. “I am talking about the revolutionary change taking place from Bastar to Surguja. The Chhattisgarhi model of development is being hailed in the country and we should feel proud of it,” said the Chief Minister.


Earlier, Leader of Opposition Dharamlal Kaushik said that till date the government has not been able to give details of the paddy spoiled in 2019-20. Even today, the government replied that that custom milling is going on. This situation has arisen due to corruption and carelessness as well as poor policy.

Kaushik said that the Chief Minister had said in the House that the mines will be auctioned for the development of Panchayats. Today the situation is that sand dunes will be seen everywhere. From June 15 to October 15, sand mining cannot go on, this is the rule of the NGT, but the sand mafia is mining it indiscriminately. On one hand, the government talks about austerity, on the other hand, loot is happening under the very nose of the state government.

“Congress had promised to buy paddy for Rs 2500 per quintal, but I am saying it even today farmers are not getting this amount. The government is cheating the farmers. Last time the government had given the difference of ten thousand rupees per acre, so why this year nine thousand rupees per acre. The state is under the debt of 76 thousand 600 crore rupees. Where will this state go?,” said Kaushik.

Agriculture Minister Ravindra Choubey said that a provision of Rs 500 crore has been made for 376 pre ordinance package for sanctioning 210 posts in 15 new tehsils and for clean drinking water