On the direction of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, free food is being provided to more than one lakh 84 thousand poor, laborers and destitute across the state with the help of local administration and voluntary organizations in the districts. It is important to note that in view of the problem of livelihood in front of the needy poor, laborers and the destitute due to the lockdown caused by the infection of the coron virus, the administration has made arrangements to provide free food and ration in all the districts of the state. . In this work, local voluntary organizations and donors are also cooperating on their behalf.
Food and lodging arrangements have been made for the poor, laborers, destitute and needy people in all the districts of the state of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. For the people living in the camp, which includes laborers from other states besides Chhattisgarh state, the district administration is providing food, tea snacks and medical facilities free of cost. According to the information received today, one lakh 84 thousand 712 people were distributed free food and ration in 28 districts of the state on April 1. So far, two lakh one thousand 298 people have been given necessary help and masks etc. with the help of voluntary organizations. In Raipur district, along with providing free food and ration to maximum one lakh 3 thousand 606 people, masks and other materials have been distributed to keep them safe from corona contagious disease. Similarly, 4077 in Sukma district, 98,893 in Rajnandgaon, 46,232 in Raigarh, 13,648 in Bastar, 2749 in Kanker, 2749 in Bijapur, 1720 in Jashpur, 4908 in Korea, 5146 in Surajpur, 13,557 in Balod, 973 in Kabirdham, 7900 in Balodabazar. , 5740 in Dhamtari, 5530 in Durg, 2347 in Mahasamund, 2782 in Balrampur, 14,803 in Korba, 1122 in Sarguja, 1052 in Janjgirchampa, 5395 in Bilaspur, 2924 in Kondagaon, 17,519 in Dantewada, 2445 in Bemetara, 5268 in Gariaband, 5268. 636, Free food, ration and other assistance have been provided to the needy in 11, 437 in Mungeli and 1529 in Gorela-Pandra-Marwahi.