Raipur : Chhattisgarh’s new budget balances global-humanity and local needs: Mr.Bhupesh Baghel

  • This empowering state budget is the initial link of long-term strategies
  • A new chapter will be written to protect and utilize state’s resources
  • Appropriation bill of Rs. 01 lakh 05 thousand 213 crore passed in Vidhan Sabha for the year 2021-22
  • 2800 new posts of Home Guards for Bastar Tigers Special Police Force and 2200 Home Guards for Girls Hostels sanctioned
  • This year 11 new tehsils, 05 new subdivisions to be constituted
  • Raipur District Hospital’s Hamar Lab to have 30 more testing facilities
  • Kodo, kutki, ragi to be procured at the minimum support price
  • New Justice Scheme to be commenced for rural landless labourers
    Provision of Rs 504 crore for construction of 12 new railway over bridges, 151 new bridges and 585 roads
  • Provision of Rs 76 lakh for Ashram cum Rehabilitation Center for third gender community persons, first of its kind center in the country

Raipur (the states. news) Appropriation Bill presented by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel for year 2021-22 was passed today in Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly. During the discussion on the Bill in the House, Chief Minister said that COVID pandemic has transformed our lives making humanity global, but the development of our environment and resources still needs to be local. The better the balance between global humanism and local needs, the more accurate will be our efforts for equitable development. This is reflected in the strategy of Gadbo Nava Chhattisgarh to implement our vision. The budget for year 2021-22 is a boost to our internal strength and is the initial link to our long-term strategies. With this budget, a new chapter will be written to protect and utilize our resources in the service of Chhattisgarh Mahtari. He said that despite the pandemic, the budget session, winter session and special session  of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly were held under the leadership of the Speaker, whereas in many states the assembly sessions were shortened. The winter session of Lok Sabha was not held. Chief Minister said that government is present in the Assembly and prepared for the discussion on Appropriation Bill, but the opposition is running away from the discussion.
Chief Minister said that in the budgets of last three years, state government has made sincere effort to provide justice for all sections of the society including poor, farmers, now after Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana and Godhan Nyaya Yojana, this budget is for agricultural laborers as well. We are launching a new justice scheme to ensure justice to the poor. We will make the dream of our forefathers for Chhattisgarh come true. Our forefathers envisioned the upliftment, development, education, health and employment of the poor, tribals, scheduled castes, farmers, laborers, villagers here. State government is also working in this direction. (media