Rousing welcome for Hemant, aspirants share their problem
Ranchi, December 8: Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren launched Khatiyani Johar Yatra, tour program of different districts of the state from Garhwa district on Thursday.
Chief Minister met the general public and became aware of their problems at Garhwa. The Chief Minister listened seriously to the problems of the people and assured to solve their problems in every possible way on behalf of the state government.
The people of Garhwa district gave a grand welcome to the Chief Minister and felicitated the Chief Minister for running public welfare schemes in the district. On this occasion, sevika didis and sahayikas of Jharkhand Pradesh Anganwadi Workers Union Garhwa of All India Anganwadi Workers Federation welcomed and expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister by showering flowers. On the other hand, the players of Garhwa also expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister for the Jharkhand Sports Policy.
During the district tour programme, the Chief Minister garlanded the statue of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi at Tower Chowk and Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar at Ambedkar Chowk. The Chief Minister performed Bhoomi Pujan and laid the foundation stone for the installation of a grand statue of tribal martyr Nilambar Pitambar in the premises of Town Hall Garhwa.
The Chief Minister addressed the public dialogue program in Tildag Panchayat of Garhwa.
Beneficiary girl students of Savitri Bai Phule Kishori Samriddhi Yojana expressed their thanks and gratitude to the Chief Minister.
Chief Minister addressed that the state government is working in a planned manner for the education of children. The state government is providing financial assistance to all the children for their education and higher education. No one’s studies should stop due to lack of money. The Chief Minister said these things while addressing the people in the public dialogue program organized at Tildag Panchayat of Garhwa today.
Sisters of JSLPS present in the dialogue programme apprised the Chief Minister about the improvement in their standard of living by benefiting from the Chief Minister’s Self-Employment Scheme. Similarly, many other beneficiaries also appreciated the Mukhyamantri Swarozgar Yojana and shared their experiences with the Chief Minister.
On the occasion, Baby Kumari urged the Chief Minister that she has seven sisters, all of them want to study further. Taking their complaint seriously, the Chief Minister directed the Garhwa Deputy Commissioner to take their application and provide all possible help to them at the earliest.
Chief minister would be visiting Palamau on Friday.