CM lays foundation stone for 240.44 cr. schemes in Littipara

Pakur, Apr 20: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das laid foundation
stone for a multi-purpose rural drinking water supply scheme for
Littipara block of this which would be built with an investment of Rs
217 crore.
Addressing the people present on the occasion the Chief Minister said
that the scheme would be completed in three years under which water
would be provided in the homes through pipeline. He said that the
state government was committed to provide pure drinking water to all
the residents of the state.
The Chief Minister said that despite 70 years of Independence people
still do not have access to pure drinking water. Mr Das laid foundation
for various projects worth Rs 240.44 crore and dedicated to the people
schemes worth Rs 40.77 crore. He also launched the Dakiya Yojana in
Chota Surajbeda village of the primitive tribes and also conducted
enrolment of students in the block school under School Chalen Chalyen
He said that his government had promised to the people to solve this
water problem which has been fulfilled as the governments make sures
all the commitments made. He said that the country and the state can
only progress when the villages ar developed. He said that under the
Pradhan Mantri Aawas Yojana in the state 3.80 lakh homes would be
built while Rs 400 crore would be spent to provide desk benches in the
schools. He said that he was committed to make Jharkhand stand among the
developed states in the next 10 years.
He said that to overcome the problems of poverty which can be tide up
with education the government has launched the School Chalen Chalyen
Abhiyaan in the Santhal Pargana region. He said that for ensuring the
reach of education the domicile policy has been announced in the state
as per which 18,000 teahers would be appointed soon and urged the
educated youth to give an hours time for school of their respective
areas on Sundays.

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