Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel gave the slogan as soon as he took over the power of the state – four symbols of Chhattisgarh are Narva, Garuva, Ghurwa and Bari Ella Bachao hai Sangwari (There are four symbols for identification of Chhattisgarh, Narva (Nala), Garwa (Animals and Gothan), Ghurava (fertilizer) and Bari (garden), their preservation is necessary. Through this scheme, help in ground water recharge, irrigation and organic farming, it made it easier for the farmer to take dual crops. Proper care of animals was ensured. Traditional The kitchen garden and rural economy have been strengthened and nutrition levels have also seen improvement. Now we are returning to the work of preserving the ancient culture and concerns.
This scheme is applicable across the state. Help for MGNREGA is being provided to plant the fence, while self-help groups are being assisted by women and social welfare. The villagers themselves are helping out. The problem of stray cattle is decreasing in the villages, so the farmer is also excited and eager to plant the second and third crops.