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Jharkhand facing heavy financial bondage

Jamshedpur, Oct 3: Demanding comprehensive reform in the rural education system, to stop misuse of government teachers in non teaching works, to do away with the lack of teachers in the school, to make local language compulsory in rural education, to help education build leaders of tomorrow, to make the citizens of Jharkhand financially independent, to help rural women independent by providing them loans, and make their children educate Members and activists of Jan Adhikar Morcha Kolhan will be organizing a huge conclave on October 20 at Haldipokhar where 15000 delegates will participate, said Baldev Singh senior leader of the Morcha talking to the media persons today.
Singh said that to make the government understand about the problems the people of the state are facing we will be inviting HR Minister Geeta Shri Uraon and Sukhdeo Bhagat the State Congress President.

Singh added that Jharkhand is facing an economic slavery and heavy financial burden, corruption is at all time high and with central governments several plans rolled out they are still to be implemented and have become a paper plan altogether.

Singh further said that Reddy brothers of Karnataka have landed themselves in Jail but when will the Reddy brothers of Jharkhand be punished, by referring he pointed at the illegal mining which is taking place as the owners themselves donít visit the mining places but have hired agents to do their work.

Our main motive is social integration and make people financially independent and strong, added Singh. At the press meet Manjeet Anand, Manorama Sharma, Jasi Mardi, Ravindra Mandal and Safi Ahmed Khan were present.

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