CM inaugurated the oxygen park developed at cost of Rs 4 crore.


Ranchi, Mar 28: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that the
state government in the month of July would lay foundation stone for
building the Neelambar-Peetambar University and for the time-being it
would be started from the GLA College of Palamu.
Addressing a programme  organised on the occasion of martyrdom of
Neelambar-Peetambar he said that in Lesligunj an engineering college
and a polytechnic college would be set up in the name of these great
martyrs process for which has commenced. He said that the state can
never repay the burden of sacrifices made by these great men,
unfortunately they also could not get the honour and the respect which
they deserved. He said that his government has launched many new
schemes to pay respect to these martyrs.
The Chief Minister said that the state government would make Adarsh
villages to all the villages of the martyrs for which a sum of Rs 30
lakh has been allocated in the budget.

The village of Neelambar Peetambar would also be converted into Adasrh village the process for
which would commence from coming days. He said that after the approval
from the assembly speaker the portraits of Neelambar Peetambar would
be installed in the Vidhan Sabha auditorium. Earlier the Chief
Minister inaugurated the newly constructed status of two martyrs at
the Morabadi grounds and also inaugurated the newly built oxygen park.
Mr Das called upon the poor and the exploited to acquire education as
without education any society can not develop. He said that the state
government has made a provision of Rs 50 crore in the budget so the
students can pursue higher education. The government has also started
fellowship scheme for which Rs 10 crore has been allotted. The Chief
Minister called the members of the Kharwar society to come forward to
create an educated state. He asked them to appy for bank loans for
higher education gurantee for which would be given by the state
He said that the state government would bear the cost of higher
education. He said that if any one was facing problems to continue
his/her study than they should dial at 181 and the state government
would take right action. He asked the members of the Kharwar community
to educate their children and said that education is must for boys and
girls. Mr Das said that the government would take steps to make sure
that the Kharwar community is also educated.
The Chief Minister said that the state government would be
constructing libraries in all the 4404 panchayats of the state. In the
first phase in 2017-18 in 2202 panchayats libraries would be built
while in 2018-19 in the remaining panchayats the libraries would be
constructed. He said that for the empowerment of the women in every
village in group of 15 Mahila Udyami Sakhi Mandals are being formed. He
said that 4.80 lakh women of 32,000 villages would be skilled and they
would be linked with jobs. He said that in the budget a provision of
Rs 700 crore has been made in this regard.
Mr Das said that his government would promote lac and silk production
in the state by constituting different boards and soon its advantages
would be visible. He said that his government does not indulge in
politics of vote and added that earlier also the poor and the exploited
were mere used as vote banks but the present government is not in
favour of any such ideas. MLAs Jeetu Charan Ram and Jai Prakash Singh
Bhokta also spoke on the occasion during which members of Kharwar
Bhokta Kendriya Vikas Samiti were also present.

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