Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel addressed the common citizens at Kanker in his native Chhattisgarhi language on Wednesday. He said ‘’Sanghwaari Ho, Narwa, Dhurva and Baadi ko bacha ke rakhna.
He added that ‘Narva’-river-canals waters should reach fields, ‘Garwa’-animal grazing fields will be provided, quality of breed of animals will be upgraded and animals’ dung will be used for organic manure.
Chief Minister said that the farmers’ loans worth Rs 6100 crore had been waived-off within the ten days as promised in the election manifesto. Special Investigating Team was constituted to probe the Jheerum valley killings. Provision will be made in the Budget to allocate Rs 2500 a quintal for paddy.
Mr. Baghel said that registry of plot of land of 5 decimals had already begun. He also said that Forest Rights’ lease ownership papers will be allocated to those occupying lands before 13th December 2005.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupendra Baghel said that the State Government belonged to all –farmers, workers, traders. There is immense potential to develop Bastar region.
Employment can be generated over forest produce. Commercial Taxes (Excise) Minister Mr. Kawasi Lakhma, Parliamentary Advisor to Chief Minister Mr.Rajesh Tiwari also spoke.
Adivasi Samaj, Sindh Samaj, Gujarati Samaj, Chhattisgarhi Saryupari Brahman Samaj, Kayasth Samaj, Chhattisgarh Muslim Samaj, Sahu Samaj, Yadav Samaj, Gupta Samaj, Bangh Samaj, Maheshwari Samaj, Christian Samaj, Rajak samaj, Jain Samaj, Devangan Samaj, Marati Samaj, Halba Samaj, Barai Samaj,
Goswami Samaj, Sen Samaj, Nishaad Samaj, Sarv Brahman Samaj, Anjuman Islami Committee, Muslim Jamaat Khana, Ambedkar Smarak Samiti, Boudh Samaj, Marati Kshatriya Samaj, Maithil Samaj, Gadaria Samaj, Suryavanshi Kalar Samaj, Pichdavarg Sanghatan, Manwakurmi Samaj and others welcomed the Chief Minister.