Ranchi, July 23: Summoning people to define their role in the development of the state, Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that villages will be developed with cities.
He said it while addressing �State of the State Conclave� hosted by India Today group at Hotel Radisson Blue in Ranchi on Saturday.
The CM said that for achieving composite development, the Govt. is also focusing on agriculture in addition to industry, IT and tourism.
The govt. is working seriously and fast on all the schemes discussed and sent by the villagers under Yojana Banao Abhiyan. People of all sections of society and even opposition leaders are also helping the government do developmental work.
The government wants farmers to grow more than one crop in their fields. He said that water conservation is an ambitious plan of the govt. and if it is done properly, people won�t have to migrate from villages in search of a livelihood.
He said that all three aspects of agriculture namely agriculture, gardening and animal husbandry are being promoted. In order to increase milk production, the government is giving two cows to each family on 90% subsidy.
Plant having 1 lakh liter capacity of milk has been completed and the state government is going to conduct Global Summit in 2017. �Moreover, the govt. has done road shows in Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad to attract investors and promote capital investment in the state.
The CM said that Jharkhand can also become an IT or medical hub. In this regard, the government has talked with Narayanmurthy of Infosys who has assures of positive development.
Addressing the people, he said to make small companies for which the state government has started start up and provisioned for funds.
He said that by 2019, the state will be regarded as a developed state with the commitment and team work culture of the officers of different departments of the state. The government is developing cultural tourism.
A helipad is being constructed at Parasnath and very soon helicopter services will be started. �Moreover, Deoghar will be developed in the line of Tirupati Balaji.
6 districts were also felicitated in the conclave for their better performance in the field of law and order, education, health etc. �
MP Manoj Tiwari, MLAs Anant Kr. Ojha, Sukhdeo Bhagat, filmmaker Prakash Jha, India Today Group editorial director Raj Chengeppa and others were present in the conclave.