Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel addressing the Panch-Sarpanch, a farmers’ convention, at district headquarters, Sukma on Thursday said in first phase 313 tribal villagers, involved in small crimes, will be released from jail.
It’s part of the review of the cases against tribal residents of the state.
On a day visit to the district, he further said to enhance the health services in tribal dominated districts ANM and MPW health workers will be given 50 scooties.
Seeking cooperation from people, Bhagel said farmers and traders should write letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking appointment. The letter would be handed over to Prime Minister by travelling to Delhi by road on November 13. He said people have welcomed the ‘CM Suposhan Abhiyan’ to eradicate malnutrition and anemia among children and women of the state.
The ‘Gauthan’ will be made livelihood centre where fisheries, poultry, leaf-plate making-like economic activities will be operated, to help fulfill the dreams of people of the state, Baghel said.
During his trip to Sukma, he announced opening of branch of Central Cooperative Bank at Chindgarh, government college at Tongpal, irrigation pumps for 1000 farmers, Rs 8 crore for Chindgarh-Ganjenar drinking water system, 50- seater hostel and 100-seater ashram at Golapalli and others including Rs 168 crore different developmental works in Sukma district.
Baghel also visited Rampuram village Panchayat under Geedham anganbadi centre and served food to children and gave away ‘suposhan tokri’ to pregnant women. He was welcomed by offering organic vegetables.