Increasing income of people and making the. Self-reliant & empowered is top priority for government: Hemant Soren

Chatra: Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that his government is not just making schemes but is taking them to the people and by joining these schemes people can become strong, self-supporting and happy and by become a participant in the development of the state. Addressing the program “Aap Ki Yojana – Aapki Sarkar – Aapke Dwar” organized at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium in Chatra he said that this is this government is working round the clock to solve the problems of pain and discomfort of the people. 

The Chief Minister said that the schemes of the government are not dying in paper and pen and whether the plans are reaching the ground properly or not he was joining this program only to see this. He said that these camps being organized in the panchayats are being reviewed on one hand through the portal at the headquarters level and at the same time senior officers have also been specially instructed to inspect the camps. He said that Savitribai Phule Kishori Samridhi Yojana was launched on the occasion of International Girl Child Day on October 11 which is dedicated to school girls and the target is to connect 9 lakh girls with this scheme.

He said now girls will be given the benefit of Kishori Samridhi Yojana by organizing camps in schools and at the same time the amount of scholarship has been increased up to three times. In addition, the hostels are being renovated and here will be watchmen and cooks he said adding that the government is also considering arranging food grains for the students living here. Adding further he said that Model schools are being opened on the lines of private schools as here children will get free quality education through English medium.

The Chief Minister said that farmers and labourers no longer need to worry about the education of their children and focus on work as the government is taking responsibility for the education of their children. The Chief Minister said that this time due to less rainfall, there is a drought-like situation in many areas of the state but the government has taken all measures to deal with the drought.

Many employment-oriented schemes are being run for the villagers he said adding that instructions have been given to the officials to stop the migration of farmers and labourers. He said that in a state with a rural environment like Jharkhand, livestock is no less than an ATM in any sense for the villagers and keeping this in mind the government has started the Chief Minister Pashudhan Yojana.

Under this scheme, along with the cattle, an amount is being given to the cattle owners for cattle sheds so that their income can be increased. At the same time, thirty lakh green ration cards are also being issued he said adding that there are many such schemes, whose purpose is the welfare of the people of the state.

The Chief Minister said that for the first time after the formation of a separate state, the government has started the process of providing jobs to youths by making appointments and service conditions. Very soon, 50 thousand teachers are going to be appointed he said adding the process of restoration of vacant posts in the departments has started. 

Under the Chief Minister’s Employment Generation Scheme for self-employment, a loan of up to Rs.25 lakh has been given to the youth on 40 percent grant so that they can do business themselves and can also give employment to others. The Chief Minister announced that a new building of Chatra District Collectorate will be built while in the ITI established in Chatra district will also start studies from the next session. 

In all those areas where land has been acquired or is being or is to be acquired for mining work and in which the oustees have not yet received compensation, in all those cases, compensation will be paid on the basis of the value fixed by the Government in the Land Acquisition Policy-2013.

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