Jamshedpur: Chief Minister Raghubar Das played the role of a teacher while imparting a lesson or two to party workers today. While stressing on the need of putting in place corruption free governance he directed the party workers to refrain from holding unnecessary blockades and agitations that might hamper official work.
The CM was addressing a meeting of BJP East Jamshedpur assembly constituency at Shitala Mandir at Bhalubasa. He on the occasion urged the BJP party activists to work selflessly for the party and to assist the administration to carry forward developmental activities.
Imparting lessons on good governance the chief minister observed that staging frequent road blockades and agitations hamper official activities. �One must not put obstruction in conductance of official and development activities.
I expect that the BJP party workers would share their responsibilities to see to it that development schemes are carried out smoothly. I expect that the party workers would give me feedback on the progress of development activities on the ground,� the CM said.
He went on to add, �As our government is determined to act out on good governance in the State the party workers must retrain themselves from staging demonstrations or hindering Government work on flimsy grounds. Development activities must not be delayed on the grounds of hindrances of any kind.
However, if there is any irregularity the party workers may raise their voice,� said Das. Before creating uproar they must talk to the concerned authorities and if no action is taken the party workers may notify the higher authorities, he added.
Answering a query Raghubar Das said the government would recruit policemen and appoint about 8,000 doctors and teachers soon.
He reiterated that the government has set its priority on speedy development, corruption free governance, improving policing and providing basic amenities to people at large. Das said development could be ushered in through proper utilization of rich natural resources in Jharkhand.