CM’s Advisor reviews state government’s ambitious project

Central Chronicle News
Bhilai, Jul 30: With the objectives of strengthening the rural economy and infrastructure in the state, the ambitious scheme Narva, Garwa, Ghurva, Bari (NGGB) has been introduced in the state. The objective of the scheme is to promote rural entrepreneurship and rural infrastructure development. Under the scheme, cow dung is being procured from cattle rearers through Gauthans.
Along with this, due to the proper arrangement of keeping animals in Gauthan, the state is witnessing a growing trend towards animal husbandry, said Pradeep Sharma, Advisor to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. He was on his visit in the Durg district the other day. He reviewed the implementation of the project and the ground status during a meeting held at District Panchayat. All the concerned officials were present.
Sharma said that the intention of the Chief Minister is to revive the rural economy, create employment opportunities in the villages, and promote animal husbandry. To materialise this plan, the ream project of ‘Narva, Garva, Ghurva, Bari’ is being run across the state. A look at the one year working on these schemes shows that there has been a great change in rural economy and animal husbandry after the implementation of the scheme. He further said that by purchasing cow dung through Gauthans, thousands of families have got a means of employment and a source of income. He said that the procurement of cow dung in Gauthans should be done regularly and its effective monitoring should be done.
Sharma further said that the rural economy and domestic industry have to be taken to new heights. For this purpose, necessary training should be given to the committees in the rural areas. Such products should be manufactured by the samitis which have good market demand. The gauthan committees have to be developed as self-reliant entities. Chairman, Mineral Development Corporation, Girish Dewangan said that the main objective of the scheme is to strengthen the rural economy. The objective of the scheme is not only to produce vermicompost but to connect the villagers with animal husbandry and to develop a center that becomes a part of the economic life of the people and a means of earning income. District Panchayat President Shalini Yadav, Vice-President Ashok Sahu and other public representatives were present in the meeting. District Panchayat CEO Sacchidanand Alok gave detailed information about the departmental activities in the meeting.

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