The vision and plans of the government are reaching every village – CM Hemant Soren

Ramgarh: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said during his visit to Ramgarh district on Monday that “This is a sensitive and common people’s government.” In this government, plans are not made in an air-conditioned room. We make policies keeping in mind the conditions of the state and the needs of the people. It is our top priority that the plans actually come to the ground.

Chief Minister Hemant Soren was addressing the function organized at Lukaiyatand, Nemra, Gola, Ramgarh on the 66th martyrdom day of Martyr Sobran Manjhi. On this occasion, he inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 34 schemes worth Rs 25 crore 64 lakh and distributed assets among the beneficiaries. The Chief Minister said that after a long struggle we got the state of Jharkhand. Who knows how many people sacrificed their lives for this.

Our government will not let their martyrdom go in vain. The vision and plans of the government are reaching the people living in forests, mountains, foothills and remote areas. We are building the Jharkhand of the dreams of our martyrs. The Chief Minister said that today change is being seen in Jharkhand. Roads and bridges are being built on a large scale even in remote areas. Basic facilities like electricity and water are reaching every village. We are moving forward rapidly on the path of development.

The Chief Minister said that our government is giving pension to all the elderly, widows and disabled. 20 lakh additional green ration cards are being issued and food grains are being distributed to the people. The poor are getting dhoti and saree. Girls should remain connected to studies, Savitribai Phule is providing financial assistance under Kishori Samriddhi Yojana. Thousands of youth are being given jobs in the government and private sector, while the youth who want to be self-employed are being given financial assistance under the Chief Minister Employment Generation Scheme. Many schemes like Birsa Harit Gram Yojana and Mukhyamantri Pashudhan Yojana are running for farmers, cattle herders and workers. Our government is making plans with the intention of strengthening the rural economy.

The Chief Minister said that during the last two decades, people living in rural areas neither recognized their BDO-CO nor their DC. There was no information about where the block office was. In such a situation, how will they know about the schemes and how will they take advantage of it, they can easily understand it. But, our government is organizing camps in village-panchayat under the program “Aapki Yojana – Aapki Sarkar – Aapke Dwar” program. Officials are arriving here with a bundle of schemes. You come to these camps and take advantage of the government’s welfare schemes.

On this occasion Fagu Besra of the Jharkhand State Coordination Committee (with the status of Minister of State), former MLA Mamta Devi and the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police of the district and other officials were present.

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