Koderma: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said, through the program “Aapki Yojana – Aapki Sarkar – Aapke Dwar” the government schemes and services are reaching the tribals, Dalits, backward classes, minorities, women, youth, farmers and laborers and the last person of the society.
The government is committed to making every person a partner in the development of the state by connecting them with schemes. Chief Minister Hemant Soren was addressing the program organized under the third phase of “Aapki Yojana – Aapki Sarkar – Aapke Dwar” in Koderma. The Chief Minister said, our policy and intention are one. We go above and beyond what we promise to the public.
The Chief Minister said that the camps being organized under the program “Aapki Yojana – Aapki Sarkar – Aapke Dwar” are revealing the reality of the problems and sufferings of the poor living in remote areas. On the basis of the applications received in the camps, you prioritized the problems of the people, prepared policies and action plans and worked to solve the problems of the people.
The Chief Minister asked the people to come to these camps and make themselves empowered and self-reliant by joining the schemes of their need. The Chief Minister said that it has been 23 years since Jharkhand was formed as a separate state. This state has entered into adolescence. But, despite being rich with many resources during the last two decades, no seriousness was seen towards strengthening this state. Because of this the state continued to lag behind.
Our government has set a target that by the year 2025, we will end the tag of backwardness associated with Jharkhand and draw a long line of development. Our government is working with full strength to make this state self-reliant.
The Chief Minister said that through the Phulo-Jhano Ashirwad Yojana, women selling liquor are being linked to a respectable livelihood. Earlier, the government used to give 10 thousand rupees to women as financial assistance for this, but now the government has decided to increase it to 50 thousand rupees.
The Chief Minister said that Jharkhand will become strong only when our villages become strong. Keeping this in mind, our government is making plans to strengthen the rural economy. The all-round development of farmers, laborers and people living in our villages is the commitment of our government.
Many schemes like Nilambar-Pitamber Jal Samridhi Yojana, Birsa Harit Gram Yojana, Didi Bari Yojana and Mukhyamantri Pashudhan Yojana are being run keeping this in mind. The Chief Minister said that our government has resolved to strengthen the coming generation. The government is taking appropriate steps to improve the future of children and youth.
Savitribai Phule Kishori Samriddhi Yojana has been implemented to ensure that girls stay connected to studies. The government is providing help for everything from preparation for competitive exams to doing various courses.
The work of providing financial assistance for education to students is being done through Guruji Credit Card Scheme. Under the Marang Gomke Overseas Scholarship Scheme, 100% scholarship is being given to the students for higher education abroad.
At present 50 children from tribal, Dalit, backward and minority classes are getting this scholarship. But, the government will soon take a decision to increase the number of students under this scheme to 500. The Chief Minister said that the government has made schemes for the educated as well as less educated and non-educated people. Recruitment is taking place on a large scale in the government sector as well as the private sector.
At the same time, there is Chief Minister Employment Generation Scheme for self-employed youth. The government has also made provision for additional funds for this scheme. In such a situation, youth wishing to start their own business will no longer face shortage of capital. The government will provide them capital.
The Chief Minister said that the till now dependence on DVC for power supply in some districts of the state is being eliminated. For this, the work of building new sub-stations, grids, transmission and transmission lines is going on at a fast pace. With their commencement, the state government will be able to supply electricity on its own.
The Chief Minister said that today the process of tampering with natural resources in the name of development continues. Because of this, the threat to the environment is increasing. The kind of changes we are seeing in the weather today are not a good sign. In such a situation, we all have to come forward to save the environment. He stressed that water, forest and land are linked to our identity. This is our identity and the government is committed to maintaining it.
The Chief Minister said that the state government will now provide three-room houses to 8 lakh people on its own. For this, a provision of Rs 16 thousand crore has been made for the Abua Housing Scheme. At the same time, Mukhyamantri Gram Gaadi Yojana has been started to increase the connectivity of cities with remote villages.
Under this scheme, elderly, disabled women and students will get the facility of free bus service. Every year about one crore people will be able to take advantage of this scheme. On this occasion, the Chief Minister gave 194 schemes to the residents of Koderma.
175 schemes were inaugurated and the foundation of 19 schemes was laid. The Chief Minister distributed assets worth about Rs 10 crore 49 lakh 62 thousand 130 among 19 033 beneficiaries of various schemes to make them empowered and self-reliant.