Sahibganj: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Tuesday said that the people of Jharkhand are happy after the state government announced the domicile policy on the basis of Khatiyaan of 1932. Addressing a Janta Darbar cum inauguration and foundation laying of schemes in SSD High School in Barhait he said that the government has taken the decision to make local policy on the basis of Khatiyaan of 1932.
He said that its outline is being prepared in such a way that where people used to protest against the local policy in Jharkhand in the earlier governments today the public is happily adopting it. He said that the government is working to provide security cover to the tribal-local people here with laws like CNT, SPT and Khatiyaan of 1932.
He said that the purpose of the Janta Darbar is to collect information from the people as to whether schemes are reaching to the people are not. He said that all the officials have been directed to make sure that the benefits of welfare schemes reach to the people and also warned that he could take a surprise inspection any day.
He said that he has started the campaign of going among the people from the historic brave land of Bhognadih. The Chief Minister said that his government is working to resolve the complicated system of the state. The appointments are being done fairly in the state he said adding work is being done to connect the people who are not getting appointments with self-employment.
Adding further he said that to connect the youth with self-employment under various departments of the government, the loan of Rs 50,000 without any guarantor has been increased to Rs 1 lakh. He said that by implementing the old pension scheme, the work of becoming a stick of old age of the employees has been done. At the same time, Sarvajan Pension Yojana has also worked to become the support of the elderly and helpless of the state he added.
He said that again this year the people of Jharkhand state are facing the problem of drought which is a matter of great concern for the state where 80 percent of the people depend on agriculture. He said discussions have been held with the officials of all the departments of the state to deal with this dreadful situation arising for the people. He said farmers should not worry as the government is standing by being a part of their every happiness and sorrow.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone and inaugurated various schemes worth Rs 16710.52 lakh. In which the foundation stone of 155 schemes worth Rs 15618.40 lakh and 58 schemes worth Rs 1092.12 lakh were inaugurated. The assets were also distributed among 293 beneficiaries under various schemes by the Chief Minister.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister fed kheer to small children and performed their Annaprashan. In the program, Rajmahal MP Vijay Hansda, Sahibganj Zilla Parishad President Monika Kisku, DIG Santhal Pargana Sudarshan Mandal, Deputy Commissioner Sahibganj Ramniwas Yadav, including a large number of beneficiaries and villagers were present.