Modi’s Guarantee – Sunrise of Good Governance in Chhattisgarh

On November 1, 2000, Chhattisgarh became the 26th state of the Republic of India. Chief Minister Vishnu Dev Sai assumed office on December 13, 2023. As soon as he took charge, good governance began to improve in the state. The state government is advancing with the slogan of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas, which means “Everyone’s Support, Everyone’s Development, Everyone’s Trust and Everyone’s Effort”. Under the leadership of the Chief Minister, in a short span of two months, many measures were taken for the progress and prosperity of every segment of the society through various public welfare decisions. The popularity graph of the government is rising fast. The main reason for this is to bring clean administration and transparency in government work. Every citizen of the state, whether urban or rural, is aware of the welfare-oriented thinking of the state government. People’s confidence in the government is increasing. In a short time, the state government has taken concrete steps to fulfil the promises made to the people, due to which a new era of justice, relief and development has begun in the state. The state government is working day and night to serve the public with the commitment of service, good governance, security and development.

As soon as the Chief Minister Vishnu Dev Sai government was sworn in, in the first cabinet meeting, it was decided to build permanent houses for 18 lakh beneficiaries under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana, which is a rural housing scheme.

Under the Krishak Unnati Yojana, which is a farmer welfare scheme in the state, the government will keep the promise of purchasing 21 quintals of paddy per acre and a transparent and easy arrangement for buying paddy was also made.

This year, the record of highest paddy purchase so far has been set in Chhattisgarh. The state government took a major decision to extend the deadline for paddy procurement from January 31 to February 4. Lakhs of farmers of the state benefited from this decision of the government. A record purchase of 144.92 lakh metric tonnes of paddy has been made at support price.

Taking a big decision in the interest of the youth, the state government has decided to conduct a CBI investigation into the PSC Recruitment Examination Year 2022 case. The relaxation period of maximum age limit for recruitment in government services for local residents of Chhattisgarh has been extended by five years. Many youth will benefit from this decision of the government and they will be able to prepare for competitions in every field afresh.

On Good Governance Day, December 25, the birthday of former Prime Minister of India and Bharat Ratna awardee the Late Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the balance amount of Rs 3,716 crore, the pending bonus of two years of paddy, has been transferred to the bank accounts of more than 1.2 million farmers.

Through Pradhan Mantri Janjati Adivasi Nyaya Maha Abhiyan (PM-JANMAN), PVTGs i.e. particularly vulnerable tribal groups (Baiga, Kamar, Pahari Korwa, Birhor and Abujhmadiya) are being provided basic amenities like permanent houses, link roads, hostel construction, clean drinking water, electrification. The state government is committed to building multi-purpose centres, Anganwadi centres and Van Dhan centres, setting up mobile towers, and empowering people with vocational education and skills.

The state government has decided to pay Rs 5,500 per standard bag for tendu leaf collection. The state government will give top priority to enhancing the livelihood sources from all minor forest produce including tendu leaves, mahua, tamarind.

For the financial year 2024-25, a budget allocation of Rs 4,500 crore has been made for tap connections to provide free clean drinking water to 5 million rural families of the state. Deendayal Upadhyay: A provision has been made in the budget to provide annual assistance of Rs 10,000 to landless farm workers.

Respecting the maternal power, all possible steps will be taken for the respect, dignity, self-reliance and safety of mothers and sisters. For their health, education and nutrition, the state government has implemented Mahtari Vandan Yojana with the aim of promoting women empowerment. Under this, an initiative has been started to fulfill the promise of providing annual financial assistance of Rs 12,000.

Respecting the curiosity and immense devotion of the people towards the life of the idol of Lord Ram in Ayodhya Dham, the state government has decided to start Ramlala Darshan Scheme, under which every year thousands of people will visit Ayodhya Dham and Kashi Vishwanath Dham, Prayag. Raj’s pilgrimage will be conducted. It has been decided to provide electricity up to 400 units per month at half price to ordinary families.

The state government has decided to provide free rice till December 2028 under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana. Under this scheme in Chhattisgarh, monthly entitlement rice will be given to 67 lakh 94 thousand Antyodaya, Priority, Single Destitute and Disabled ration card holders.

Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana has played a big role in making the lives of women easier. Under this, more than 3.6 million new gas connections have been issued so far in the state.

An action plan is being made to develop the five major ShaktiPeethas of Chhattisgarh, Kudargarh, Chandrapur, Ratanpur, Dantewada and Dongargarh on the lines of Chardham. Rajim Kumbh (Kalpa) will be organised to re-identify Rajim Mela, the confluence of three rivers, at the national level. For the coordinated development of Chhattisgarh, a budget provision of Rs 300 crore has been made for the construction of railway line from Katghora to Dongargarh.

To improve the living standard of 30 million people of Chhattisgarh, a budget provision of Rs 1 lakh 47 thousand 446 crore has been made by the state government for the year 2024-25. This budget is a budget that will ensure inclusive development of all sections and realise the dream of developed Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh of Amrit Kaal will play a leading role in achieving PM Modi’s goal of building a developed India by the year 2047.

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