Bamboo products of Seraikela to be exported, says Raghubar
Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Sept 27: Chief Minister Raghubar Das attacked JMM and Congress for speaking in what he termed as �language of Pakistan� on the second day of �Johar Jan Ashirwad yatra�.
Addressing a public meeting at Patmada, Das said that when the entire nation is rejoicing over the decision to revoke Article 370 and 35 A, both JMM and Congress and other parties are opposing it. He said that the people of the State will teach a lifetime lesson to such parties.
In his familiar style, Raghubar Das accused JMM executive president Hemant Soren of usurping tribals lands in different parts of the state while counting achievements of his own double engine-powered government.
�The Soren parivar (family of Shibu Soren and Hemant Soren) have now become zamindars (landlords) usurping hundreds of acre of tribal land illegally. They have looted tribals and used them as vote banks. Our government has opened windows of development in Santhal Pargana in the last four and half years,� alleged Das.
Counting achievements of his government, Das reminded gathering of the Ujjwala Yojana wherein poor women benefited of free LPG gas connections, Sukanya Yojana (financial grant for girl child till their marriage), financial aids for farmers under CM Krishi Ashirwad Yojana and also said that double engine sarkar has made people of the state benefits twice.
Addressing another meeting at Mukla Village of Seraikela, he said that the bamboo made products made by local artisans and self-help groups will be exported to different countries. This will help them to explore talent and become self-reliant.
He said that the Government has formed Entrepreneur Board and about 95,000 artisans are drawing benefits out of it.
Das covered Jamshedpur West, Patamda, Bodam (both in Jugsalai constituency), Nimdih, Chandil and Chowk (all in Ichagarh Assembly constituency). On Saturday, he will cover Dugni, Kolebira, Kandra, Gamharia, Kharsawan, Adityapur, Bistupur, Kadma, Sonari and Sakchi (all in Jamshedpur West Assembly constituency). On Sunday, he will cover Potka, Rajnagar (Seraikela), Chaibasa, Jhinkpani (Chaibasa), Tantnagar, Manjhari (Majhgaon). On September 30, the yatra will cover Noamundi and Jagannathpur (Jagannathpur constituency). The tour will end in Kolhan with meetings at Goilkera and Chakradharpur (in Chakradharpur constituency) on October 1.