CM urges Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to help needy of state

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren requested  Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik to extend assistance to the labourers of Garhwa stranded in Jharsuguda, Odisha.

The Chief Minister also expressed gratitude for the assistance already provided to the stranded people of Jharkhand. The Chief Minister was informed that 25 workers of Garhwa are stranded in Jharsuguda, Odisha due to the lockdown. So far, they have not received any help and there is no food grains available to eat. After getting the information of the case, he requested the concerned government for help.

Following another tweet, the ration dealer from Hazaribagh got suspended. In this regard, the district administration informed that public distribution system (PDS) dealer Chetlal Mahato, license No. 04/92 has been suspended with immediate effect, in view of violation of the National Food Security Acts.

The Chief Minister was informed that the PDS dealer always weighed less and deceived the innocent villagers at Bhelwara in Bishnugarh block, Hazaribagh. Also, the dealer behaved indecently when asked for 35 kg of grain.

On the direction of the Chief Minister, the RO water plant of Sadar Hospital Garhwa, which was closed from the last twenty days, was started.

In this regard, the Chief Minister was informed that the RO water plant is closed at Garhwa Sadar Hospital, due to which patients are not getting clean drinking water. After the information of the case, the Chief Minister directed the Deputy Commissioner, Garhwa to start the RO plant as soon as possible.

The Chief Minister also paid homage to social reformer Mahatma Jyotiba Phule on his birth anniversary. The Chief Minister said that Mahatma Jyotiba Phule will always be an inspiration for everyone who raised his voice against exploitation, injustice and atrocity by making education the key

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