Carry schemes of government on your head not ‘hadia-daru’: CM

Khunti: Chief Minister Hemant Soren has called upon the people to carry the schemes of the government on their heads and not ‘hadia-daru’.

Addressing the Aapki Yojana Aapki Sarkar Aapke Dwar program in Karra he said that how the people in remote areas will get the benefits of the scheme the government was worried about this. He said that in the earlier governments the people in need did not get the benefit of the scheme but his government has decided to give the benefit of the scheme as a result of which it is reaching their doorstep with the schemes. things.

The Chief Minister said that the needy should come forward and take advantage of the schemes as the plans have been made according to the people here. He said that Khunti is Veer Bhoomi as there were movements for rights here he said adding that the government has withdrawn the cases registered against Pathalgadi in the previous government. 

Further, the state government has also taken a decision regarding state employees as their years-old demand was fulfilled he said adding that decisions were also taken for the policemen and the government is also trying to find a respectable way for the assistant policemen soon, he added.

The Chief Minister said that all the girls have to be connected with the Savitri Bai Phule Kishori Samridhi Yojana and the camps being organized for this are becoming helpful. He said that the Government schools are being developed on the lines of private schools where education will be given on the lines of CBSE and added that talented children here are getting free education abroad with the help of the government.

He said that Kisan Pathshala has been started as a majority of the population of the state is engaged in agriculture and it has been decided to open 100 Kisan Schools to benefit the farmers. He said that Kisan Pathshala will help the farmers in promoting improved farming with new technologies by using alternative resources as well as technical facilities and advanced farming systems in a normal way. 

The goal of this school has been set to increase the annual income of the farmers and to make them a means of integrated upliftment of the farmers the Chief Minister said adding that the school for the farmers is being revived. 

He urged the women engaged in the manufacture and sale of liquor to choose another means of livelihood and take advantage of the government’s Phulo Jhano Aashirwad scheme and adopt a respectable livelihood. He asked them not to carry alcohol on their heads but take the government’s plan.

The Chief Minister felicitated five girl students who had qualified in JEE Mains and NEET with the help of a coaching institute run by the district administration. Encouraging them the Chief Minister announced to provide one laptop each as a gift. Out of these girls Daymani Sanga and Alisha Hassa have qualified for JEE Mains and Deepa Purti, Pooja Kumari and Vatika Kumari have qualified for NEET.

The Chief Minister said that he was excited by the success of these girls. The students here will get the benefit of Chief Minister Sarathi Yojana soon. The pilot training center is also going to be inaugurated in Dumka. The youth of the state will be able to get training in this center. On this occasion, Minister Aalamgir Aalam, Minister Satyanand Bhokta, senior officers and thousands of villagers, beneficiaries of various schemes and others were present.

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