Ranchi, Jan 12: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that his government was committed to remove the poverty from the state.
Addressing the Skill Summit 2018 at the Tana Bhagat Indoor Stadium at Khelgaon here he also extended his best wishes to the more than 27,000 youths who had been given appointment letters. He said that it was a historic moment that more than 27,000 youth have got jobs in the private sector and advised the youth to work with honesty and deication and bring a good name for the state.
Buoyed by the tremendous response of the youth who had packed the stadium Mr Das said that seeing their enthusiasm it was beyond doubt that no one can stop the youth of Jharkhand from progressing further. He said that on the day when the entire country was celebrating the birth anniversary of the Swami Vivekanad Jharkhand was writing a new history.
He said that his government had promised to provide jobs to 25,000 youth which has been realized today. He said that Jharkhand was playing its direct role in realizing the dream of New India of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr Das said that when the entire world was grappling with poverty the Jharkhand government has worked in a team spirit and with the help of the private sector has created jobs to the people.