Chhattisgarh government has launched Mukhyamantri Chhattisgarhi Parv Samman Nidhi Yojana for non-scheduled areas of the state. This scheme is based on the lines of Mukhyamantri Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Yojana. In this article, we will tell you about the complete details of CM Chhattisgarhi Parv Samman Nidhi Scheme.
About CG Mukhyamantri Chhattisgarhi Parv Samman Nidhi Yojana 2023
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has launched Mukhyamantri Chhattisgarhi Parv Samman Nidhi Yojana in a virtual program organized at his residence office on 20 April 2023. The scheme will be carried out in 61 development block community areas and 6,111 gram panchayats. Gram Panchayats will be the primary unit of this scheme. To commemorate local festivals, each gram panchayat will receive Rs. 10,000 in two instalments under this scheme.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel released a total of 3,05,55,000 to 6,111 gram panchayats covered by this plan receiving a sum of 5 thousand each. Along with this, CM also released a total of Rs. 1,89,65,000 to 3,793 gram panchayats of 14 districts of the Scheduled Area under Mukhyamantri Adivasi Parv Samman Nidhi.
It is worth noting that Chief Minister Baghel, while launching the Mukhyamantri Adivasi Parav Samman Nidhi Yojana at the Bharose ka Sammelan in Bastar on April 13, distributed Rs 5,000 grants to each of the division’s 1840 gram panchayats. On this occasion, the Chief Minister stated that the work of maintaining Chhattisgarh’s culture and traditions is important to the state’s development.
Overview of CM Chhattisgarhi Parv Samman Nidhi Yojana
|Name of Scheme||Mukhyamantri Chhattisgarhi Parv Samman Nidhi Yojana|
|Objective||To provide financial assistance to gram panchayat to commemorate local festivals|
|Launched by||CM Bhupesh Baghel|
|Assistance Amount||Rs. 10,000 (in 2 equal installments of Rs. 5000 each)|
|1st Phase Launch Date||20 April 2023|
|Number of Gram Panchayats Included in 1st Phase||6,111|
|Sum Transferred in 1st Phase||Rs. 3,05,55,000 to 6,111 gram panchayats (Rs. 5000 to each GP)|
While launching the scheme, CM also said “Teeja, Hareli, Bhaktin Maa Karma Jayanti, Maa Shakambhari Jayanti (Chherchera), Chhath, and World Tribal Day are all public holidays in the state. The state administration believes that through Teej festivals, the youth of today should be imbued with traditional values and feel proud of their culture. This is why we organize activities such as the National Tribal Dance Festival, Youth Festival, Chhattisgarhi Olympics, and Basi-Tihar. Devgudi and Ghotul development work is also being done to preserve and promote folk culture”.