Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Jharkhand CM terms New Year as year of schemes implementation 


Asks officials to justify their salary, work earnestly

Ranchi, January 18: Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren has termed 2023 as the year of implementation of government’s welfare schemes.

After reviewing the welfare schemes and law and order situation in two districts of Koderma and Giridih on Wednesday, Soren said, “It is our top priority that the schemes get on the ground and the last line people of the society get its benefits. We will be constant monitoring of ongoing schemes in every district along with senior officials. The new year will be a year of implementation of welfare schemes. Government officials will have to justify their salary by working with commitment otherwise they might face action for dereliction of duty.”

“45 percent of the total budget of the state is spent on the salaries of government officials and employees. If we talk only about Giridih and Koderma districts, there are about 450 panchayats, while the number of officers and employees working in various departments would be more than 10,000. Even after this, if there is no expected development of Panchayats, then it is a matter of concern. We have to change such situation and in this the officers and employees will have to discharge their functions in a better way,” said Soren.

The Chief Minister asked the officers to work with new enthusiasm in the new year.

“If the officers of all departments coordinate and discharge their responsibilities and tasks with full loyalty and honesty, then surely we will be able to achieve our vision and our objective and strengthen the rural economy,” said Soren.

“If you do not do your work properly, anarchy and other incidents including crime will increase in the society. In such a situation, you yourself will feel embarrassed. I do not want such a situation to arise. You should work hard and fulfill your responsibilities with full honesty, so that the entire state gets its benefit,” he encouraged.

During the review, the Chief Minister told the officers that you have presented the progress of various schemes here in a very attractive manner, but the ground reality says something else. We have to strengthen the roots in reality.

The Chief Minister said that the government is making efforts to ensure that the kind of facilities people are getting in the cities should be available in the rural areas as well. He said that connectivity like electricity, water, road and internet is being strengthened in the villages so that the villagers can get its benefit in their own villages.

The Chief Minister said that cooperation of banks is very important for better implementation of various programs and schemes going on in the state. But, the expected cooperation of the banks is not available especially for dalits and tribals and assured to take up this issue with the Centre.

Instructions to complete the target set for Savitribai Phule Kishori Samriddhi Yojana by 31st January.

Prepare village-wise complete list of beneficiaries of Sarvajan Pension Yojana, so that all villagers can see it easily.

 Investigate those who are taking benefits of government schemes in a wrong or fake way and take action against them.

Under Sarvajan Pension Yojana, after March 31, take this certificate related to all panchayats that all the eligible beneficiaries have been linked to the pension scheme.

Cover all eligible beneficiaries with pre matric scholarship till 15th February.

Under the Mukhyamantri Pashudhan Yojana, get information about the animals provided to the beneficiaries and their complete status.

Publicity of Mukhyamantri Rozgar Sarjan Yojana should also be spread in colleges, so that the young generation can make their parents aware about the benefits of this scheme.

The Superintendents of Police of both the districts have been directed to make proper arrangements for security at tourist places regarding maintenance of law and order.

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