Jhark­hand CM con­grat­u­lates PM Modi on com­plet­ing 3 years

Business Sphere - - RAGHUBAR DAS, CHIEF MINISTER OF JHARKHAND - By Our Cor­re­spon­dent

Jhark­hand Chief Min­is­ter Raghubar Das to­day con­grat­u­lated Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi and his Cab­i­net col­leagues on com­ple­tion of three years in of­fice. "On be­half of the peo­ple of Jhark­hand, I con­grat­u­late the prime min­is­ter and his Cab­i­net min­is­ters on com­ple­tion of three years," Das told re­porters here. "I can tell that max­i­mum peo­ple ad­mit that the coun­try is se­cure un­der the lead­er­ship of Modi," the Jhark­hand chief min­is­ter said. The coun­try?s eco­nomic growth matched that of Amer­ica and China in the last three years while ini­tia­tives have been taken for the youth, the poor, dal­its, farm­ers and women to make them em­pow­ered, the chief min­is­ter said. Dou­bling farm­ers? in­come, im­ple­men­ta­tion of Prad­han Mantri Kr­ishi Sin­chai Yo­jana, which would change the life of farm­ers were the other achieve­ments, he added. Das also stated that no min­is­ter of the Naren­dra Modi gov­ern­ment faced any cor­rup­tion charge dur­ing the three years. The cen­tral gov­ern­ment should also be given credit for hav­ing made de­vel­op­ment an is­sue, the chief min­is­ter said. Even the prime min­is­ter?s mantra is ? to­gether with all, de­vel­op­ment for all?, Das said. The prime min­is­ter has also fo­cussed on women and chil­dren and im­ple­mented pro­grammes like Beti Bachao, Beti Pad­hao and Sukanya Sam­rid­dhi, Das said. Pro­vid­ing LPG cylin­der to the poor, em­pow­er­ing women, cre­at­ing self-help groups, pro­mot­ing womens lit­er­acy and mak­ing them eco­nom­i­cally strong were no­table achieve­ments made in the last three years, Das said. Sim­i­larly, for the poor there is Prad­han Mantri Awas Yo­jana, ac­cord­ing to which, by 2022 no­body should re­main home­less in the coun­try and both the Cen­tre and the state gov­ern­ments are work­ing in that area, he said. An­other im­por­tant achieve­ment in the three years of rule is pass­ing of GST that would strengthen the econ­omy in the com­ing times and in­crease rev­enue of the coun­try and states, Das said. The coun­try was also mov­ing to­wards dig­i­tal In­dia and cash­less In­dia and mov­ing to­wards a dig­i­tal so­ci­ety, he said. The foun­da­tions of Make in In­dia, Skill In­dia, Startup In­dia and such pro­grammes laid dur­ing the three years would open em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties for the youth, he said. The prime min­is­ter, Das said, has en­abled crores of peo­ple, who did not have bank ac­counts, open pass books un­der the? Jan Dhan Yo­jana. The prime min­is­ter also set up SIT against black money, Das said. Bud­get al­lo­ca­tions have been made for the trib­als, the de­prived, the poor and the mi­nori­ties, Das said. "Even now much work has to be done and the cen­tral gov­ern­ment is work­ing to­wards that en­deav­our", Das said. The Jhark­hand gov­ern­ment is com­mit­ted to strength­en­ing the pan­chay­ati raj as pros­per­ity of vil­lages take place through a strong pan­chayat, Chief Min­is­ter Raghubar Das said to­day. Pan­chayat se­vaks would get mo­bile phones within one month to con­nect them with tech­nol­ogy, he said at a South Ch­hotanag­pur Pan­chayat Swayam Se­vak pro­gramme. A to­tal 2.22 lakh houses would be built within three months from June 1 un­der the Prad­han Mantri Awas Yo­jana in the state and pan­chayat se­vaks would have an im­por­tant role in it, an of­fi­cial re­lease said quot­ing him. They would keep vigil on the con­struc­tion work and they would get hon­o­rar­ium for that, he said adding house­warm­ing cer­e­monies of all the houses would be held on Novem­ber 15. A bus ser­vice would be in­tro­duced in the vil­lages and the youth of pan­chayat sec­re­tar­iats would be con­nected with it. They would get loans un­der the Prad­han Mantri Mu­dra Yo­jana, the re­lease quoted him. The chief min­is­ter said 30,000 small schemes have been cho­sen for im­ple­men­ta­tion and their foun­da­tion stones would be laid on the same day. The mukhias would be­gin the scheme in their re­spec­tive vil­lages.

Raghubar Das, Chief Min­is­ter of Jhark­hand

Jhark­hand govt com­mit­ted to strength­en­ing pan­chay­ati raj : Das

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