Seraikela: Arava Rajkamal took over as the new Deputy Commissioner of Seraikela Kharsawan district on Wednesday. In an interaction with journalists, he appealed to the people of the district to cooperate with the district administration in following the guidelines of the central and state government in view of the second wave of global epidemic corona.
He said that all the officials should be instructed to follow the instructions of the Central and State Government in view of the possible danger of the second wave of Corona. The Deputy Commissioner told the journalists about the all-round development of the district, saying that being a tribal area, it will be their first priority to reach the central and state government schemes to the people here.
He also said that with the promotion of employment and industries, farmers should be benefited more and more from the central and state government schemes. At the same time, activating all the check-nacos entering the district, he said that more and more checks should be conducted and maintained in the register.
Deputy Commissioner Arava Rajkamal assumed additional charge of Deputy Commissioner in Saraikela-Kharsawan district on 6 February last. Working days were scheduled for 3 days in West Singhbhum district and 3 days in Seraikela-Kharsawan district. A total of two letters were issued by the department for one month and he was made the Deputy Commissioner-in-charge of Seraikela-Kharsawan district.