Jamshedpur, Jan 16: The East Singhbhum district working committee meeting of BJP OBC Morcha Jamshedpur city was held under the chairmanship of city president Dharmendra Prasad at the Devasthan Auditorium in Burmamines on Sunday.
The meeting was attended by Jamshedpur MP Vidyut Varan Mahto, OBC Morcha National Minister Krishna Mahto, BJP district president Gunjan Yadav, Kolhan in-charge Haldar Narayan Shah, state media in-charge Rajesh Yadav and others mainly participated in the meeting.
Dharmendra Prasad while welcoming the guests informed about the organizational work done by the Morcha. During this, he gave information about the work and efforts of the party in the last days. He said that due to the efficient leadership and policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, OBC society got due respect and the society has become empowered. He expressed strong resentment over the delay being done by the Hemant government on the issue of OBC reservation.
MP Vidyut Varan Mahato said that thousands of posts of teachers are lying vacant in the field of education from primary level to higher educational institutions. It is unfortunate that no concrete action has been taken in the state to prepare an action plan according to the new education policy of the Government of India. In many district centers, there is a lack of schools and colleges in proportion to the number.
On the pathetic condition of healthcare, he said that the health infrastructure is not in the priority of the Hemant government. Barring a private TMH hospital, no such government hospital is strong enough to prove to be a milestone for the residents of Jamshedpur. He said that after getting the approval of a medical college in the Raghuvar government, till date she is not able to run that medical college. This irresponsible attitude of the government with the future of the citizens of the city is like a crime.
Krishna Mahato said that non-receipt of widow and handicapped pension, non-creation of caste and residential certificate, non-implementation of centrally sponsored social security programs, exposed the apathy towards the state government’s villages, poor, deprived, backward, dalits, tribals.