The demand for pure and organic products has increased. The need is to cater to this niche market using all the necessary resources present in the villages, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said on Wednesday.

He was holding a district officials review meeting in Baikunthpur as part of his Bhent Mulaqat (public interaction) campaign.

Baghel said a niche market was developing for organic produce, mainly grains, fruits and vegetables. This needed to be exploited and rural areas could play a key role through organic farming.

The products will also get the fair price. He said that all the resources available in the villages can be used.

Baghel said that with the establishment of a forest medicine processing center, those who collect and participate in value addition will get better prices.

He called for streamlining work related to caste certificates. The process should be done on a regular basis. Sub-castes should also get the certificates, he said.

The Chief Minister said that leaders and employees are an integral part of the governance system.

Appreciating the leadership and employees, he said people’s feedback was excellent. He urged to continue a good job.

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