The Chhattisgarh government has made up our minds to redress all grievances of farmers in Chhattisgarh, at the side of those linked to paddy procurement through Dial 112 provider, officials talked about on Tuesday.
Officers talked about the resolution was taken by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel in the greater ardour of farmers.
Senior officials were told to consist of farmers’ grievances redressal provider under Dial 112 which may perhaps perhaps well perhaps perhaps be equipped to the farmers one day of the paddy procurement season.
Presently, emergency products and companies are equipped under Dial 112 and now Collector and Superintendent of Police (SP) were directed to be particular that instantaneous redressal of the complaints got from farmers by the utilization of Dial 112.
“Farmers of Chhattisgarh can fetch your entire required knowledge about registration of the procurement and may perhaps well perhaps even hotel complaints about from now on or much less error in the procurement system and may perhaps well perhaps even fetch look financial aid by calling on 112 . Under Dial 112 provider, their considerations and grievances may perhaps well perhaps perhaps be hasty redressed and may perhaps well perhaps even be monitored by Collector and SPs. A week the Chief Secretary would overview the complaints got from the farmers under Dial 112 and the motion taken to redress the an analogous,” talked about a senior salubrious of Chhattisgarh’s public relations division.
The federal government’s resolution comes nearly a week after a 45-year-mild farmer allegedly died by suicide in Bastar’s Kondagaon district.
His relations claimed that he was insecure about promoting his paddy crops cultivated in over six acres of land after learning that essentially the most living of his farm under paddy production was written off in the federal government memoir for the cause of procurement.
The district administration later suspended a earnings salubrious for allegedly making an wrong entry for the farmer’s paddy cultivation living in the federal government memoir.
Nonetheless, the administration talked about that the error was no longer the motive for the farmer’s loss of life. The farmer was came upon tiring on December 2.
As per preliminary knowledge, the farmer had sown paddy on his 2.731 hectare (6.70 acre) of land and was eligible to sell around 100 quintal of paddy at the minimum strengthen impress (MSP) in the cooperative society.