Schemes are being realised on ground not just made on papers: Chief Minister

Dhanbad: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Monday said that the state government was making schemes keeping into account the needs of all sections of the society and how people can get the real benefits of the works being done.

Addressing a function in this district he said that his government is not merely making schemes on the papers but is realizing them on the grounds as solving the problems and pains of the people is a top priority for the government.

On the occasion, he also launched a magazine related to the government scheme titled ‘Nai Pahal-Nai Soch’. The Chief Minister said that 80 percent of the population lives in villages which the number of farmers and cattle rearers was more and the government is taking steps to increase their income as it wanted to strengthen the rural economy so that the state can move more with more speed on the path of progress.

He said that people living in the last strata of the society are being linked with welfare schemes and asked the people to reach their respective block offices and take information about the schemes and take their benefits. He warned of strict action against such officers who will create problems in giving the rights of the people.

The Chief Minister said that appointments have commenced in the state and the process was on to fill vacant spaces. He said
that after 32 years agriculture officers have been appointed which will help farmers in doing modern farming while under Mukhyamantri Rojgar Srijan Yojana loans up to Rs 25 lakh.

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