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We will succeed in making Chattisgarh a glorious state, Chief Minister, Bhupesh Baghel

Jan 26th, 2019 8:55 pm | By | Category: LATEST NEWS

Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Bhupesh Baghel extended hearty greetings and wishes to the people of the state on the occasion of 70th Republic Day at the main event held at Police Parade Ground of capital city Raipur. He said that with consistent efforts to strengthen Republic under the Constitution, we will make Chhattisgarh a glorious state, where every citizen would be a symbol of patriotism and competence. He added that for this very vision, state has been given the slogan of ‘Gadbo Nava Chhattisgarh’

On the occasion, Chief Minister began his speech with greetings in Chhattisgarhi dialect. He commemorated the golden history of India and the two great chapters of the Indian history i.e. Independence Day August 15 and Republic Day January 26. Innumerable lives were sacrificed for Independence of India. Likewise, many great visionaries and personalities had made significant contribution in giving shape to the Constitution of India. Mr. Baghel said- I salute the great personas, who gave direction to the country in last seven decades, and every citizen, who served the nation with dedication. Mr. Baghel also paid courtesous tribute to the Heroes of Chhattisgarh- Shaheed Gaid Singh, Veer Gundadhur and Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh and their revolutionary leadership that had inspired people across the Chhattisgarh state to join the freedom movement.

Also Bhupesh Baghel announced to waive their outstanding irrigation taxes worth Rs 207 crore. During his Republic Day address at the Police Parade ground, Baghel also called for a permanent solution to improve the economic condition of farmers.

The chief minister’s announcement comes just over a month after his government decided to waive farmers’ short-term agricultural loans worth Rs 6,230 crore and hike the MSP for paddy to Rs 2,500, fulfilling the promises made by the Congress ahead of the Assembly polls.

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