Governor Lalji Tandon hoisted the flag at the state level function
The 71st Republic Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in the state
Bhopal: Sunday, January 26, 2020, Governor Lalji Tandon hoisted the flag at a state level function organized at Lal Parade Ground, Bhopal on the occasion of 71st Republic Day and addressed the citizens.
The Governor inspected the Republic Day parade after the flag hoisting and took the salute. Amidst the Harsh Fire, the Police Band Team played the tune of "Jana Gana Mana" under the direction of Sub Inspector Shri Sunil Katare. The Governor read out the message to the people of the state.
Flashy parade show
The ardent joint parade followed the melodious beat of the police band after the Harsh Fire. The parade was led by Shri Amit Tolani, a 2016 batch officer of the Indian Police Service and Jabalpur Superintendent of Police. Deputy Superintendent of Police, Gwalior Mr. Prashant Bhadoria was responsible for the parade to-ic. Madhya Pradesh Special Armed Forces contingent in joint parade was led by Shri Pradeep Pandey, Inspector of 7th Corps SAF. Similarly, STF contingent was headed by Inspector Mr. Ajay Parashar, District Police Force and Government Railway Police (Male) contingent Mr. Zaheer Khan, Hawk Force contingent inspector Mr. Vijay Mehra, Special Armed Forces, District Forces and Government Railways Ms. Reena Singh Thakur of Joint Women contingent of Police, Company Commander Mr. Sharad Chandra Rai of Madhya Pradesh Home Guard contingent, Ms. Himani Manware of Prison Department contingent, Ujrat Reserve Police Force Detachment Inspector Mr. M.a.mkrani, retired ex detachment Colonel Kapil Bhama, forest range detachments Officer Mr. Sunil Verma, NCC Shri Gajendra Singh, Senior Under Officer of Army Wing (Boys) contingent, Cadet Captain Shri Yogesh Vishwakarma of NCC Naval Wing contingent, Shri Vikas Sahu, Senior Under Officer of NCC Air Wing contingent, Senior Division N. C.C. Senior Under Officer of Army Wing Girls contingent, Ms. Srishti Behare, Scouts (Boys) contingent commander Mr. Karthikeya Nunharia, Guide (Girls) contingent commander Ms. Rumeja Zehra, Shaurya contingent commander Ms. Shivani Sahu, Sub-Inspector of Police Band Mr. Sunil Katare And the dog team was led by Sub Inspector Shri Ugrabhan Singh Baghel.
Attractive cultural presentations of school children
The joint parade was followed by colorful cultural programs from students of different schools and the Department of Culture. In this, the children of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Govindpura, performed a dance performance on the song 'Hope in the world with a few dreams in fist, live in the heart, Arman hai ko do kar kare kar jaye'. After that 170 students of Dehli Public School Neelbad performed a dance based on the sacrifice and sacrifice of the brave soldiers of the army. On this occasion, concerts were performed by seven government schools of Bhopal, which included Indian dance styles Bharatnatyam and Kathak. After the presentation of the school students, the Gond tribe's famous folk dances, Bhadam and Gudumbaja, were given an attractive presentation.
Tableaux of 25 departments on development plans
Republic Day celebrations include Horticulture, Scheduled Caste Development, Spiritualism, Primitive Caste Welfare, Farmers Welfare, Sports and Youth Welfare, Home, Water Resources, Jail, Urban Development and Housing, New and Renewable Energy, Election Commission, Panchayat and Rural Development, Tourism , Animal Husbandry, Women and Child Development, Public Health and Family Welfare, Forest, Cooperation, Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, School Education and Labor Department Has gone.
Rewarded: For the best performance in the joint parade, Hawk Force Squad was awarded first prize in Armed Forces category and 1st Division to Senior Division NCC Army Wing Girls in Non Armored Force category. Similarly, concerted presentation of seven schools in cultural programs was awarded first, Government Girls Higher Secondary School second and Dehli Public School Neelbad was given third prize. Among the tableaux of government departments, the first prize was given to the Chief Electoral Officer's Office Tableau, the second prize was given to the Prison Department and the third prize to the Home Department's Tableau.
Key points of Chief Minister Kamal Nath Republic Day message
Bhopal: Sunday, January 26, 2020
- Reduction in the amount received from the Government of India due to GST in the last one year.
- Vision-to-delivery roadmap in line with Gandhiji's spirit
- Debt waiver of about 20 lakh farmers in a year.
- Timeless crop loans up to Rs 2 lakhs and waived current crop loans up to Rs 50 thousand. Start the second phase. The remaining eligible farmers will be pardoned for the current crop loans up to one lakh and the waiver of crop loans up to Rs 2 lakh.
- 'Future', a new plan to increase storage capacity.
- 70 percent employment mandatory for youth in new industries.
- A new law to make the industry easier to run. All types of permissions up to a maximum of seven days.
- Upgradation of ITI institutes located in divisional headquarters to mega ITIs.
- Road, electricity and broadband means internet in every village.
- Provision of accommodation to 40 lakh houseless families.
- Start of legislation to make water rights.
- Daily grant for fodder-husk to Gaushala increased from three rupees to 20 rupees per cow.
- The Center has abolished the practice of making Scheduled Tribe Plan. It should be implemented again after discussing with the Government of India.
- To remove shortage of teachers in schools, recruitment of about 21 thousand teachers.
- Council of academics constituted for quality of school education.
- Establishment of an employee commission to solve the pending problems of employees.
- Indore city started providing home access government services to citizens.
Law will be made to give time-bound permissions to industries: Chief Minister Mr. Kamal Nath
Council of academics will be made to increase the quality of education
Chief Minister's message to the people on Republic Day
Bhopal: On Sunday, January 26, 2020, Chief Minister Mr. Kamal Nath has said in his message on Republic Day that Madhya Pradesh will soon enact a new law to make it easier to run and set up industries in Madhya Pradesh. All such permissions will be available in maximum seven days. If the permission is not given within seven days, it will be considered as permission. This will help in increasing the economic activities in which employment is created. 70 percent employment has been made mandatory for the youth of the state in new industries. In view of the employment potential in the real estate sector, the number of 27 permissions required for it has been reduced to five. The Chief Minister hoisted the flag at the Republic Day function in Indore and took the salute of the traditional parade.
Gan and Tantra change your thinking, adopt changes
The Chief Minister called upon the citizens to take a pledge to make the relations of Gana and Tantra effective. He said that both Gana and Tantra change their perspective, change their thinking and adopt changes. He recalled Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, the architect of the Constitution and members of the Constituent Assembly.
Attempt to re-implement ST plan
The Chief Minister said that the Central Government has abolished the practice of making Scheduled Tribe Plan. This has made the task of estimating the amount of money needed for the development of these areas difficult. Now there will be an effort to implement it again after discussing with the Government of India. He said that due to GST, the amount received from the Government of India in the last one year has decreased.
The Chief Minister said that a vision-to-delivery roadmap 2020-25 has been made to realize Mahatma Gandhi's dream. The goal of the government is to make Madhya Pradesh one of the best states of the country by the year 2025.
Loan waiver of farmers
Talking about making agriculture profitable, Chief Minister Mr. Kamal Nath said that loans of about 20 lakh farmers have been waived in a year. In this, we have waived off time crop loans up to Rs 2 lakh and current crop loans up to Rs 50 thousand. The second phase of debt forgiveness has now begun. In which the work of loan waiver of the remaining farmers of current crop loans up to Rs 1 lakh and timeless crop loans up to Rs 2 lakh is being done.
New storage capacity plan 'future'
Referring to the launch of a new scheme 'Bhavishya' to increase the storage capacity in the state, the Chief Minister said that there is a plan to create additional storage capacity of about 30 lakh tonnes. A target has been set to increase the irrigation potential of the state to 60 lakh hectares.
The Chief Minister said that electricity bills for permanent agricultural pump connections up to 10 horsepower have been halved. We have implemented Indira Griha Jyoti Yojana. Under this scheme more than one crore domestic consumers of the state are getting benefits.
The Chief Minister said that ITI institutes located in divisional headquarters will be converted into mega ITIs. Each village will be connected by road, electricity and broadband. He said that accommodation will be made for 40 lakh houseless families.
The Chief Minister said that the work of making laws on the right to water has started. Similarly, the work of building one thousand gaushalas has been started. The daily grant of fodder-straw to the cowshed has been increased from three rupees to 20 rupees per cow.
Final decision in one month in forest rights cases
The Chief Minister said that a final decision will be taken on forest rights cases in the next one month. An Act has been sent to the Government of India to waive the moneylender debts of tribal brothers. Now the effort is to get it approved soon.
Shri Kamal Nath said that the 'Saada' scheme has been implemented to give free 50 kg food grains at birth and 100 kg food grains at death to tribal families. The 'Aasthan' scheme has been implemented for the preservation of the deities of the tribal community. This year, Gondi Art Year is being celebrated. Rani Durgavati, Badal Bhoi, Tantya Bhil and Jangansingh Shyam Smriti Awards have been instituted. He said that now it is necessary to have a representative of other backward classes in interview and promotion committees. Electric vehicle policy has been implemented to improve urban transport and prevent pollution.
Madhya Pradesh will be put on the world-class tourism map
Referring to the possibilities of tourism, the Chief Minister said that these possibilities have not yet been properly utilized. The culture, heritage, water area and wildlife have the potential to attract the whole world. Tapping them properly will bring the state on the world-class tourism map, so that the people of the state get employment along with economic benefits.
Council of academics will be constituted to increase the quality of education
Emphasizing the need to improve education sector, the Chief Minister said that this sector is a big challenge. To overcome the shortage of teachers in schools, about 21 thousand teachers are being recruited. The work of recruitment of primary school teachers has also started. To improve quality, a council will be formed with eminent academics at the state level, whose suggestions will be worked out in a time bound manner. He said that seven new medical colleges have been started in the last two sessions and the sanctioning process of six other colleges is going on.
Shri Kamal Nath said that twelve and a half lakh employees and pensioners will be benefited from the Chief Minister Employees Health Insurance Scheme. The Staff Commission has also been established to solve the problems that have been pending for years. Government services have been started from the city of Indore.
'War for the pure' campaign will continue
The Chief Minister said that the 'war for the pure' campaign is going on continuously. Action is also being taken against those who produce and sell non-standard medicines, fake manure, seeds, pesticides. He said that an honest and working government should not need to count its work. The government should speak for itself. He also expected public support in governance, administration and the betterment of the people.