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Govt. committed for the welfare of underprivileged and minority communities

Ranchi, Oct 14: Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that the govt. is committed for the welfare of ST, SC, OBC and minority community.

New welfare schemes are made in the interest of the people of the state & the people should reciprocate to it. Suggestions are invited on ‘Mera Budget Portal’ to make 2016-17 budget common people oriented. The CM said it while inaugurating the newly built Kalyan Complex-cum-Tribal Skill Development Centre.

CM Das said that 80 % children cannot continue their studies up to std. X, so special care must be taken to improve this dropout rate. He said that the NGOs should also come forward with the govt. to spread awareness among the tribal people.

The CM said that on the birth anniversary of martyr Sido- Kanho, the govt. has started economic strengthening in 5,000 tribal abundant villages. This program will be run in 1,000 such villages this year where Rs. 2,00,000 will be provided to unemployed youths for self employment to stop migration from villages.

The CM said that ‘Tribal Development Council’ is being formed in all the districts for the welfare of the tribes. The DC will chair this council while heads, mankis, mundas will contribute in laying out the schemes for these people.

Laying stress on integrity, CM said that we should provide constitutional rights to the deprived section of the society.

Welfare Minister Dr. Louis Marandi said that the Tribal Skill Development Training Centre will play a pivotal role in helping the tribals employ themselves. They should intimate the govt. about the problems of the people.

On this occasion, IT Director Umesh Shah & K.K. Sinha of JAP IT were present.

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