Oppn BJP continue to stage protest during assembly session on recruitment policy
Ranchi, March 1: On the third day of the Jharkhand assembly budget session, state finance minister Rameshwar Oraon tabled third supplementary budget worth Rs 4546.27 cr for fiscal 2022-23 on Wednesday.
As far as department-wise allocation is concerned a bulk of the allocation has been made for Energy Department Urban Development Department and SC ST Minority and Backward Class Welfare Department.
The allocation of funds for these departments are Energy Department (Rs 654.14 crore) Urban Development Department (Rs 505.74 crore) and SC ST Minority and Backward Class Welfare Department (Rs 470.00 crore) Pension (Rs 400 crore) School Education and Literacy Department (Rs 371.30 crore) Road Construction Department (Rs 365.13 crore) and Health Department (Rs 327.90 crore).
Earlier, during the Question Hour it was informed that 60 stands and 600 cycles will be made available for cycles in Ranchi in the second phase as well under the shared app-based cycle system.
It will start in Ranchi under Public Cycle Sharing System. In the first phase also, the government had provided 60 stands and 600 cycles. In this way, 120 stands and 1200 cycles will be available in Ranchi.
State labour minister Satyanand Bhokta gave this answer on behalf of the government to the question of BJP MLA Naveen Jaiswal.
BJP MLA from Bokaro Biranchi Narayan raised the issue of menace of stray dogs in the state. Recently, a child was mauled to death by dogs in Bokaro. Regarding this, the MLA said that every year 20,000 people die due to dog bites in the country.
Along with this, the issue of vaccination of dogs was also raised in the House. Minister Satyanand Bhokta replied that stray dogs will be sterilised, vaccine will also be given.
Congress MLA from Poreyahat Pradeep Yadav questioned the government on the news related to hundreds of multi-storeyed houses erasing the existence of ponds. Along with this, the government ordered the removal of encroachments in 61 ponds in Ranchi.
Meanwhile, opposition BJP MLAs protested and raised slogans at the main gate of the assembly on the third day too raising slogans that government should give employment to the youth, otherwise leave the throne,
The opposition MLAs said that instead of laying down recruitment policy the chief minister was conducting a survey among the youth of the state regarding the policy. It is clear in the report of the survey that the youth of the state have justified the recruitment policy of the former Raghubar Das government.