Jharkhand is moving forward with new energy: Hemant

Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Sunday said that the state was moving ahead with new energy.

Speaking during the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Jharkhand Assembly he said that this new energy will be important to tackle the challenges before the state. He said that the state has all the resources and by utilising them the state can make a name for itself at the international level.

He said that in order to change the situation into an opportunity a disciplined and peaceful system needed to be put into the place as than only the people would be attracted and the dreams being seen by the people can be actually realised on the ground. He said that it is not important to impose the law to make a better society but the people needed to do this for themselves.

The Chief Minister said that so far in its journey Jharkhand has been through many ups and downs and has accepted many challenges to which the Vidhansabha has stood as a witness. He said that Vidhansabha was the biggest Mahapanchayat in the state where 81 MLAs work together to give direction to the state.

The Chief Minister said that for the last one year with the cooperation of the executive and legislature the state has been successful in tackling Coronavirus and has set an example before the entire country.

He said that neither there is an atmosphere of fear nor any hunger deaths have taken place despite the fact that in many states the situation is very worse. He said that there are many challenges before the state government which was working to normalise the life and exuded confidence that with the support of the people the battle against Coronavirus can be won. He once again urged the people to follow the instructions of the state government unless a proper cure is developed.

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