Raipur : CM Bhupesh Baghel announced to grant the status of ‘Gazetted Officer’ to Naib Tehsildar

“Officers of the Junior Administrative Service are an important part of the state government’s administration”: Chief Minister Mr. Baghel

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attends the provincial conference of the Junior Administrative Service Association

Chief Minister Mr.Bhupesh Baghel attended the state-level conference of the Junior Administrative Services Association organised on Sunday, with a focus on the revenue department’s contribution to agriculture and farmers’ development. He announced that the state government has decided to grant the status of gazetted officer to the Naib Tehsildar. He also released a souvenir titled “Bhuiyan Ke Mitan” at the event. Addressing the issue of promotion as demanded by the Junior Administrative Services Association, the Chief Minister guaranteed to provide timely promotions to eligible officers.

Praising the efforts of junior administrative service officers and employees, the Chief Minister highlighted their diverse responsibilities in contributing to the administration. He acknowledged Chhattisgarh’s commendable work during the COVID disaster, earning widespread recognition across the country for the revenue officers’ significant role in assisting the people.

Praising the Junior Administrative Services officers and employees, the Chief Minister shared the remarkable achievement of the state government in allocating 1.5 lakh acres of land for Gauthans across the state without any complaints. He commended the officer’s and employees’ dedication, which enabled the issuance of caste certificates, nomination certificates, and partition certificates to residents in the remote Sukma district, and delivered these certificates to their homes.

During the conference, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal shared that the Chief Minister fulfilled the demand for new tehsils and subdivisions as requested by local residents. The establishment of new districts aims to enhance the public’s convenience and improve the state government’s accessibility to the people.

Addressing the people present at the event, Advisor to the Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma emphasised the unique significance of the Tehsildar post, recognised by the same name not only in India but also in neighbouring countries. He stressed the immense responsibility associated with the position and urged the people present to fulfil the responsibilities diligently and effectively.

State President of the Junior Administrative Service Association Mr. Krishna Kumar Lahare, Secretary Mr. Vikrant Singh Rathore, Spokesperson Mr. Shashibhushan Soni, and Tehsildars and Naib Tehsildars from all over the state were present.