Murmu asks people to make a poverty and terrorism free India

Dumka, Aug 15: Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu  hoisted the national flag on the occasion of nation’s 70th Independence Day at a functional organised at the sub-capital here and also inspected the parade held at the Police Grounds.

Addressing the people on the occasion she said asked them to ensure their 100 per cent participation to take the country forward on the ladder of progress and also speed up the other development process in the state. She asked the people to take a pledge to make a clean, poverty free, terrorism and communalism and casteism free India so that in the year 2022 a New India can be built up.

She also elaborate the various schemes being run by the central and the state governments in the area of education, health care, roads, women empowerment, drinking water and stressed on the need to make the administration more prepared, sensitive and transparent so that the benefits to the target groups can reach and even smiles brought on the faces of the people who live in the last strata of the society. Extending her greetings to the people on the occasion she said that the 70 year of Independence is being celebrated as Sankalp Diwas.

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