The state of the country is bringing the policy of establishing industry in villages, increasing employment in rural areas and income. This state of the country is bringing the policy of establishing the industry in the villages, in the rural areas

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cities still Industrial policy has been raised in relation. Now this pattern is about to change. There is a preparation to carry out an industrial policy to establish industries in the towns. Preparations are underway to soon make a rural industry policy along the lines of industrial policy in Chhattisgarh state. Through this, along with improving the structure of rural areas, employment opportunities will be provided. Along with strengthening the rural economy, efforts are being made to generate employment in the state. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that the process of drafting the rural industry policy along the lines of the new industry policy to increase employment and self-employment opportunities in rural areas will soon start.

Rural Industrial Park will be built

The Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that we have to work to formulate a rural industry policy, for this the concerned departments should complete the process soon. To this end, rural industrial parks will be built. 300 rural industrial parks are being built in Chhattisgarh. In these, qualified young people from the state are being employed through the establishment of small industries, vermicompost, natural paint and electricity are produced from cow dung. Vermicompost is being produced in Gothans state. Rural women will sell electricity.

Emphasis on pro-farmer policies

The claim made by the government states that due to the farmer-friendly policies, the number of farmers in the state has increased, agricultural production has increased, and the cultivated area has also increased. Along with this, not only the support price of Millet Kodo, Kutki, Ragi has been declared in Chhattisgarh in the International Year of Millet, but it is being procured for two years at the support price. Farmers receive an input subsidy of Rs 9,000 per acre on millet production. In this way, Chhattisgarh farmers get the highest price in the country for rice, maize, sugarcane and millet.

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