Bokaro, Nov 1: Jharkhand Chief Minister Wednesday said that in the next two years jobs would be provided to two lakh youths in the textile sector in the state which would help to check migration and also solve the problems of unemployment.
Addressing a function organised at Jaitara village under Chas block of this district he said that in December in Bokaro the third ground breaking ceremony would be done which would help create industries in Bokaro and its adjoining areas. Mr Das said that the state government was committed for the all round development of the state and as part of the efforts soon foundation would be laid for steel plants worth Rs 10,000 crore in the state.
The Chief Minister said that his government believed in the politics of development and not of casteism, communalism of vote bank. He said that to create employment in teh rural areas and ensure that the women become empowered through Mukhyamantri Udyami Sakhi Mandal women are being provided training and loans for employment and under these scheme 4.80 lakh women of 32,000 villages would be benefited.