Sahil has been a harbinger of change for the people of his village

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren has given strict directions to officials to link the maximum number of people to welfare schemes as well as to render them with knowledge about their rights. The officers are leaving no stone unturned to cover the people under the umbrella of various state-run schemes.

The latest example of this is the story of Sahil Soren, a resident of Mirzadih Central Tola of Jamshedpur, located in Bodam Block of East Singhbhum. Sahil who hails from a tribal family did not even in his most distant of dreams think that the problems faced by him and those related to him could ever be solved.

However, within 24 hours the process of solving the problems faced by them was initiated. It is to the credit of the 16-year-old Sahil Soren that a plea that he raised before the administration ensured that all the people of his villagers now are at the juncture of getting their problems solved.

Sahil, a resident of Mirzadih village now works in Jamshedpur to earn a living. He was deeply pained that the people from his village could not get the benefits of the government schemes. Sahil took a plunge and informed Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav about the problems of the village.

The Deputy Commissioner took the complaint of young Sahil seriously. In no time the authorities from the Block including the Deputy Commissioner reached Mirzadih village.

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