Ranchi, March 8: Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that the Government will do every effort to educate the girls. Women are the harbinger of cultural amalgam between two families.
The CM said it while addressing Aajivika Women Conference at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium, Dhurva. He facilitated women working in different fields on this occasion.
The CM said that the govt. is committed to give the women all the facilities. So a special budget has been presented for the female. Forty-three percent of the budget allocations will be expensed on them.
He said that buildings will be made phase wise for running self-help groups. Tribal self-help groups will be given Rs. 1 lakh and Rs. 2 lakh will be given to tribal youths for self-employment. There are nearly 36,000 self-help groups, which provide employment to 4 lakh people. By the next year, the number of self-help group is expected to be doubled.
Summoning the women, the CM said that they have to free the villages from addiction. The government will give Rs. 1 lakh to addiction free villages. The government is giving Rs. 12,000 for the construction of toilets. He asked the bankers present on this occasion to initiate for waiving loan of the poor and give youth loan up to Rs. 50,000 under MUDRA Yojana without hesitation. He appealed to villagers also to return the loan on time.
RDD minister Nilkanth Singh Munda said that the women need to come forward for a positive change. Welfare Minister Dr. Louis Marandi said that Aajivika mission has played an important role in the life of the rural women.
MLA Ram Kumar Pahan, RDD Principal Secretary N. N. Sinha, Special Secretary Paritosh Upadhayay, Vishnu C. Parida and rural women were present on this occasion in good number.