Sunday, December 3, 2023

New Collectorate building dedicated to better work culture and development: CM

MP Laxman Gilua inaugurates newly constructed building in Chaibasa

Chaibasa: Cancelling his Chaibasa visit midway due to bad weather, Chief Minister Raghubar Das through an audio visual message greeted people of Chaibasa and said that New Collectorate office will be dedicated to better work culture and development. Transparency and accountability will be keys of this work culture.

In his message to Chaibasa DC Arwa Rajkamal, the CM said that we should focus on people�s work so that we are remembered for that. He laid stress on maintaining cleanliness in the premises.

Representing the CM, MP Laxman Gilua inaugurated the new Collectorate. He said that due to new policy of the govt., migration has stopped and thousands of new youths have got jobs.

In his speech, Laxman Gilua said that it’s an historic moment that the new DC office building is ready and all the offices are set up under one roof.
This will facilitate the villagers as they won’t need to roam here and there. He said that Medical College will also be ready very soon.

Gilua further said that steel plant will be established in Manoharpur and job will be provided to locals.

TAC Member JB Tubid said that Panachayat system and Manki Munda System should work together with the collaboration of administration for healthy government in Kolhan. The cooperation will not only help the local people but also it will build up confidence among themselves, Tubid added.

Geeta Koda said the grand deputy commissioner office would be beneficial for local villagers provided that bus route is availed on the route. MLA Shashibhusan Samad, MLA Dharrath Gagrai also spoke on the occasion. Laying of Panchayat Bhavan and hostel building construction were also inaugurated online the during the ceremony. Chhau Dance was also staged during the ceremony.

On this occasion MLAs Dashrath Gagrai, Sashibhushan Samar, Geeta Koda, Minority Commission Deputy President Ashok Sharma and TCS member J. B. Tubid were present. 74 youths were given appointment letter, foundation stones were laid for 83 Aanganbadi centers, Manoharpur degree college and 200 model hostels.

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