Raghubar chairs review meet of various departments, issues necessary instructions

Ranchi, May 2: Chief Minister Raghubar Das chaired the review meetings
of the women and child development and social welfare department
along with agriculture, animal husbandry and cooperatives department
along with the industries during which he gave necessary instructions
to the officials concerned.
During the review of the women and child development department he
said that in every district and blocks ‘palna ghars’ which would be
set up for working mothers who have children between 6 months to 6
years would be looked by Sakhi Mandasl. He also asked to construct
model working women’s hostel in Dumka, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Deoghar,
Chaibasa and Palamu. For the woman hit with trafficking he asked to
commence work on the Ujjawal Yojana which has been approved by the
state plan approval authority and asked to provide lpg connection with
stove in Anganwadi Kendras.
The Chief Minister also ordered to take action against such NGOs
against whom lots of complaints have been received in running the
schemes and said that schemes should be handed over to the sakhi
mandals. He said that ISSNIP programme which is being executed with
the help of the world bank should become a role model in the country.
Mr Das said that he himself would be interacting with the children who
have been recued from human trafficking and kept in reform homes to
study and skill development.

Mr Das instructed the officials of the agriculture department to
complete the task of soil health card distribution by June among the
farmers of the state. He said that farm equipment banks in the
villages be run by the sakhi mandals which would help in increasing
the income of the farmers and they will also not forced to may much.

He asked the officials to focus on claim settlement also alongwith
enrolment for crop insurance scheme. He asked them to make sure that
the farmers do not face trounle in getting the money. The Chief
Minister directed that to operate the cold storages being built by the
state government committees should be formed and also stressed on the
need to promote bio-agriculture in the state. He said that a team of
farmers be sent to Sikkim to undergo training bio-agriculture and
these farmers would later act as master trainers for other farmers. He
also suggested to include the sakhi mandals in schemes of animal
husbandry department.

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