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PMGSY: Jharkhand gets less funds from Centre

Jamshedpur, Jan. 22: District in-charge Neera Yadav headed a district Yojna Samiti meet at DC office on Friday, January 22 where discussion on different topics were held.

During the meeting officers were told to adhere to the orders made in the previous meeting and were told to speed up compliance of left out orders. During the meet Neera Yadav said, “Due to non allocation of funds from the centre for the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) operations have been impacted.

Work worth Rs 1400 crore has been done but we have received allotment of Rs 500 crore. We will soon hold a meeting and we are hoping that we get allotment soon from the central government which would speed up the work’, she added.

Mrs. Yadav further said, At all health sub centers of the district doctors list will be put up so that people can benefit and can undergo treatment according to the list.

The bhawans which have not been handed over till date will be soon repaired and handed over to the health department. Neera Yadav who is also the state HRD minister, said rural teachers will soon be moved to city areas while urban teachers will be moved to rural areas.

Women teachers will be posted at locations which would convenient to them. At the meeting Zilla parishad Vice chairperson Rajkumar Singh asked for civic facilities in rural areas. He said that cleanliness, electricity bills, roads and others issues are present in the rural areas.

At the meeting State minister Saryu Rai, MP Jamshedpur Vidhut Varan Mahato, Baharagora MLA Kunal Sarangi, Ghatshila MLA Laxman Tudu, Zilla Parishad Chairperson and vice chairperson, DC Dr. Amitabh Kaushal and others were present.

State Education Minister Neera Yadav on Friday also attended a award ceremony where she said whatever honour the agitators of Jharkhand are given will always be less and we all are their debtor. She was addressing a function at Red Cross Bhawan in Sakchi where she felicitated 297 Jharkhand agitators.

‘Jharkhand’s development is possible only when we and our children get educated and it’s our duty to make reach all government schemes to the last people of the society which would help in the development of the village’, said Mrs. Yadav adding, ‘officers will now make development schemes of villages sitting with the villagers’.

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