Ranchi, May 25: Addressing Sarkar Aapke Dwar program at JLN Stadium Dhurva, Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said the government will provide mobiles phones to panchayat swyamsevaks with a view to connect them with technology and ensure smooth communication.
He said around 2.22 lakh houses are to be made under Pradhan Mantri Aawas Yojana in the state in which the role of panchayat swyamsevaks will be important. The panchayat swayamsevaks would be paid for this, he added.
The CM said that rural bus service is shortly going to be started and youths of panchayat secretariat will be connected with it. “We will provide buses on subsidy.
Apart from this, the youths will also be provided loans under MUDRA scheme. We have identified a good number of small schemes.
Foundation stone for these schemes will be laid soon. The government is consulting with experts on how caste certificates can be made valid lifelong. Skill development is the greatest source of employment generation and the government is focusing on it.”
The CM said the government is taking a number of steps to boost rural economy. “Women of every village will be made coordinators in Mukhyamantri Udyami Board. These coordinators will train 15 women of their areas. This way, 4.80 lakh women will be trained,” said the CM.
Das said migration of people from the state will be stopped and the migrants will be brought back. He said the textile factory in Ranchi will be started by December for the purpose of providing jobs to local people. He further said, “Panchayat sewaks should discharge their duties honestly to develop the state.
The development of the villages cannot be left on the bureaucrats. Participation of panchayat sewaks and the people is must. The survey of orphan, old age, widow and landless has been done sincerely and the government will run schemes for these people.”
RDD Minister Nilkanth Singh Munda, UDD Minister C.P. Singh, CS Raj Bala Verma, Principal Secretary of different departments and South Chhotanagpur Commissioner were present at the program.