Chhattisgarh

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel speaks at the Farmers Conference.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel speaks at the Farmers Conference.

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Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel spoke at the International Farmers Conference. He claimed that the loss of production centers in villages led to a decline in the economy, a drain of intellectual property, and this caused a lot of damage to India and Chhattisgarh.

He said that his government started buying cow dung for two rupees a kg.

Earlier, they used to smear the house with cow dung, even now on auspicious occasions, we smear it.


We have all grown up in the village, we understand the problems of the villagers, today farmers do not have money problems, money reaches their accounts. Our government has deposited 91 thousand crore rupees in the account of farmers in 3 years

Farmers have gotten one third of the budget. Our government gave the farmers a fair price for their hard work and waived the loan, we waived the loans of all categories of farmers, and implemented the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Yojana, then due to Coronavirus, the revenue of the government also decreased but we still paid money in installments, we did not back down from what we promised to the farmers, by the end of this month the fourth installment will also come in your account.


The Suraji Gram Yojana is promoting Self reliance in the villages, we have also made arrangements to sell the products. For this, we are opening C-marts in every district.

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