Jamshedpur: Chief Minister�s representative Pawan Agrawal inaugurated seven projects worth Rs 60 lakh in Sitaramdera on Friday. The projects will be implemented by the Urban Development department. Funds for these projects were approved by the CM cum Jamshedpur East MLA Raghubar Das.
Addressing the inaugural function, Agrawal said the state government was implementing a host of development and welfare projects in the state. The people can feel the difference with the speedy changes being brought about by the government, he said.
Agrawal alleged that certain people with vested political interests were trying to defame the state government. He said the allegations made by the opposition parties and adversaries of the CM had no substance.
The projects inaugurated today include toilet construction in Vivekananda Ashram, road construction in Harijan Basti Bhalubasa, drain construction near Bhuiyandih Slag Road, boundary wall construction in Chandinagar temple, laying of pavers block in Muslim Basti Bhalubasa and beautification work near Sitaramdera Ho Samaj.
Among others present on the occasion included Ramesh Nag, Suresh Sharma, Mithilesh Sao, Kamal Sarwar, Nagendra Roy, Mrityunjaya Yadav, Umesh Sao, Rajesh Kandiyan, Dharmendra Kumar, Mahesh Gorai, Amar Sharma and Sanjeev Prasad.