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Chhattisgarh political system demanded for a state to preserve the ethnic identities of the people here itself gave birth to certain new chapters in the history of India.
Chhattisgarh government has added some
new leaves to the political records in India.
However, the bifurcation of the larger state
of Madhya Pradesh and the birth of
Chhattisgarh was considerably a peaceful
Chhattisgarh political system demanded
for a state to preserve the ethnic identities
of the people here itself gave birth to
certain new chapters in the history of
This has made the formation of this
new state an important issue for the
Presently the Executive head of the
Chhattisgarh government is Shri Balramji
Das Tandon, the Governor. The legislative
head is Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh.
The important departments of the
government of Chhattisgarh are police
department, agriculture department, general
administration department, labor department,
finance and planning and the water resources
Politics in Chhattisgarh is a very competitive
field. The major national parties in the state are
Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National
The Bahujan Samaj Party and the
Gondwana Party are the two most
important state parties in Chhattisgarh.
The Chhattisgarh political system is
still guided by the various regional
issues that led to the formation of
this new state.
In the whole governance of the state,
the Chhattisgarh government
departments and institutions manage
the whole state.
The several departments of the Chhattisgarh
government allocate the resources of the
state ensuring maximum utilization of the
resources without exhausting it.
The departments conduct research to improve
the sectors ascertaining growth and
The state of Chhattisgarh is popularly known as
the 'Rice Bowl of India', the state of Chhattisgarh
has 58.81 lakh hectares of land under cultivation.
Almost 80 percent of the people of the state are
dependent on agriculture for their source of
The agricultural department ascertains
that the agricultural sector is endowed
with all facilities to realize its true