Efforts will continue for 1932 based Recruitment Policy: CM

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Monday said that his government would continue efforts to implement 1932 based Recruitment Policy. “ Our government got the 1932 based recruitment policy passed by the Assembly for the rights of tribals and indigenous people. But legal hurdles were deliberately put in it, but our efforts for 1932 based recruitment policy will continue” said Chief Minister, Hemant Soren at the ‘Aapki Yojana, Aapki Sarkar, Aapke Dwar’ program organized at Sonabad in Chas, Bokaro.
He said “ the state government is working for the people not by sitting in Delhi, Ranchi or in an air conditioner, but by reaching every village. No one had thought that the government would reach the doorsteps of the people of the state, but today officials from every village are reaching the doorsteps of the people with schemes. It is my endeavor that the scheme should reach every door of this state”.

The Chief Minister said that only after the formation of the state, all the needy were to be linked to the pension scheme. But before 2019, the elderly, destitute and disabled people kept longing for pension. Till the year 2019, only 15 lakh people were being given pension benefits in the state.

“ The government did the work of giving pension to 37 lakh people in just four years. Today the elderly, destitute and disabled have been linked to pension. Before the year 2019, no one did the work of wiping the tears of the farmers but instead the work was done to make them cry. In the last 20 years after the formation of the state, 08 lakh farmers were linked to KCC. Our government covered 20 lakh farmers with Kisan Credit Card (KCC) in 04 years”.
The Chief Minister said that the weather is constantly changing, which impacts the farmers the most. Birsa Harit Gram Yojana, Mukhyamantri Pashudhan Vikas Yojana, Didi Bari Yojana are being run to provide economic benefits to the farmers in addition to farming, the benefits of which the farmers must take advantage of. Also, under the Livestock Development Scheme, the government is also providing buffaloes in addition to cows. In the past, sick animals were given to farmers. Now our government is giving insured animals to the farmers here so that in case of any untoward incident, the animal farmers can be supported by paying the insurance amount.
On this occasion, Minister Shri Satyanand Bhokta, Minister Smt. Baby Devi, Bermo MLA Shri Kumar Jaimangal Singh, Minister of State cum former MLA Shri Yogendra Mahato, Secretary to the Chief Minister Shri Vinay Kumar Choubey, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Bokaro Division, District Council President, Deputy Commissioner Bokaro, Superintendent of Police Bokaro and thousands of people were present.

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