CM announces Rs 30 cr for all round development of Luguburu, offers obeisance with family

Bokaro: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Tuesday announced that a sum of Rs 30 crore will be spent for the round development of Luguburu Ghantabadi Dhoromgarh which is the biggest place of worship and faith of the Santhal Community.

Addressing the International Santhal Sarna Dharam Mahasammelan on the occasion of the Kartik Poornima he said that this place is related to the religious social and cultural identity of the Santhals. He said that the money will be used for beautification, construction of roads to the hill, library, toilets, and other basic amenities.

The Chief Minister along with his family offered prayers at the spot located in Lalpania of this district and prayed for the prosperity peace and development of the state. He also garlanded the statue of Bhagwan Birsa Munda at the spot.

The Chief Minister said that the government is planning to construct a building to maintain the tribal traditions in the tribal-dominated village. Here Manki, Munda, Parganit, and Manjhi governance systems will be operated in a better way. He said that all the places of worship of the tribal community – Sarna places would be boundaried off.

The Chief Minister said that due to the global pandemic Corona, all the systems of the whole world had come to a standstill for two years and because of this the devotees could not come for the worship of Lugu Baba on the occasion of Kartik Purnima to offer prayers.

But, this time with the darshan and worship of Lugu Baba, the crowd of millions of devotees gathered from the country and abroad in the International Santal Sarna Mahasammelan is enough to show how much faith they have in Lugu Baba. Let us take a pledge to further strengthen this inherited tradition, and customs and take it forward he asked the people. 

The Chief Minister said that due to being less educated, the tribal community is deprived of its rights and rights. Tribal society has to be strong from every point of view including economic, social and educational. They have to be aware of their rights and entitlements. Only then can they move forward. If the tribal society is empowered and aware, then the coming generation will establish new dimensions of progress.

The Chief Minister said that the government is making continuous efforts for the development of tribals, dalits and other deprived sections and sections. He said that the government is running many welfare schemes and asked the people to join these schemes and get benefits. If the people will move forward the society and the state will also move forward. He said that he believed that if the tribal community becomes strong and self-supporting, then they will not need to take food grains for ration from the government for themselves and their families.

On this occasion Minister Champai Soren, former MLA Jogendra Prasad Mahato, Zilla Parishad President Sunita Devi and Luguburu Ghantabari Dhorogarh Organizing Committee President Babuli Soren were present in thousands of devotees.

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