The government of Jharkhand is developing a roadmap for strengthening the rural economy: CM

Foundation stones for rice mills on December 29, 11 lakh get assets

Ranchi, December 10: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said on Friday that strengthening the state’s rural landscape and economy was his government’s top priority.

To this end, the state government was implementing plans after solid homework with the interests of all sections of society in mind, including the poor, needy, tribals, and scheduled castes.

Addressing the divisional-level program “Apke Adhikar Apki Sarkar Apke Dwar” (Your Rights, Your Government at Your Doorstep), Soren said residents of the state are allowed to earn a living with honor and self-respect so to accelerate development.

The chief minister said there are many complex areas in Jharkhand that officials do not even visit. In such a situation, it is easy to understand how the government’s ploys would achieve it. At the same time, people living in remote rural areas should go to the neighborhood or district headquarters to take advantage of the programs.

They have a hard time getting the job done here, he said, adding that if their job isn’t done, even in one or two attempts, they stop thinking about joining the programs.

Therefore, keeping this in mind, the program “Aapke Adhikar Aapke Sarkar Aapke Dwar” was launched. In addition to giving information about the programs, people are also linked to them.

He said that around 1.5 lakh of complaints have been received in Palamu Division. About 1.3 lakh issues have been resolved. The chief minister said that people living in rural areas have no money at home or in the bank, because their barn and livestock are their capital, for this reason the government has launched many programs for them. farmers and herders so that their incomes can increase and prosperity can come to rural areas. At the same time, Jharkhand provided oxygen to the whole country, he said, adding that there had been a large-scale return of migrant workers during the lockdown. He said that during hard times, the Mahila Mandals (women’s groups) provided people with free food without worrying about their own lives. He also warned people to be cautious as the Covid threat was not over yet.

The Chief Minister distributed assets worth Rs 8, 58, 90 07 666 between 11 29 982 beneficiaries in the districts of Medininagar, Garhwa and Latehar, the newly appointed staff received letters of appointment.

The chief minister announced that farmers will receive the gift of rice mills, the first stone will be laid on December 29.

He also announced that a network of roads would be set up at a cost of 5,000 crore rupees in the Palamu division.

The chief minister said the government has launched the universal pension plan. The holder of the APL and BPL card will not be compulsory for retirement under this scheme. The limitation on the number of beneficiaries has also been removed. Apart from all persons over the age of 60, disabled persons, widows and single women will receive a pension.

Two books published by the Department of Information and Public Relations, Palamu were published by the Chief Minister and other guests of the program. This includes the book “Palamu: On the Road to Development” and “Aapki Sarkar – Aapke Dwar in Palamu Division”.

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