Raipur, January 16, 2023: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today presided over an important meeting of the Tribal Advisory Council and approved the Reservation Amendment Bill.
The Reservation Bill-2022, which was recently passed by the State assembly, was today approved by the Tribal Advisory Council along with the Reservation Bill-2022 for Admission in Educational Institutes, official sources said.
The Reservation Bill favoured 32 per cent reservation for Tribals in the state, which has been pending in the Raj Bhawan since December 2 2022 for approval.
The meeting also opposed the attempt to privatise the Nagarnar Steel Plant and decided to urge the Central Government not to disinvest the plant, located in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh.
The Chief Minister also informed the meeting that the state government has decided to take stern action against the people, who are engaged in disturbing the social harmony in the Scheduled areas of the state.
Maritime trade has been playing an important role in the trade and economic development of India, President Droupadi Murmu said here today.
South East Asia’s first Night Sky Sanctuary would soon be set up in Ladakh, Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh said today.
Government of India has decides to proactively review preparedness measures against respiratory illnesses in view of emerging public health situation in China.
Raipur police today fished out a female body from the Teli Bandha pond and sent that for post mortem to ascertain the cause of death.
India and United Kingdom today discussed bilateral issues relating to security, defence cooperation and a host of other issues.
India is closely monitoring outbreak of H9N2 or Avian influenza virus and clusters of respiratory illness in children in China, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare sources said here today.