Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Monday appealed to people to derive advantage of the various welfare schemes of his government.
He was addressing the public in village Sarora of Balodabazar constituency.
He said the key objective of the government was to enhance the income of the common people. The Godhan Nyay Yojana had financially empowered women and cattle owners in rural areas through Gauthans.
The government's farmer-friendly policies have led to an increase in both the number of farmers along with the area under cultivation.
New trades were being introduced in the Industrial Training Institutes (ITI). A provision of Rs 1,200 crore has been made to upgrade trades across the state, he said.
Schools will be renovated, painted and new buildings will be constructed. Natural paint is being manufactured from cow dung.
He pledged a paved road from Sarora to Parsada and from Sarora to Binaika, three additional beds in the Health and Wellness Centre in Sarora, upgrading of the Sasaholi High School as a Higher Secondary School, a new building with 50 beds for the mother and child care unit of Tilda Hospital as well as a fairground.