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Raghubar Das meets PM Modi, submits report on government’s work

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Ranchi, June 12: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and submitted a report of his government’s five-and-a-half months of work to him, officials said here.

Das, the first non-tribal Chief Minister to rule the state, met Modi at the latter’s office at South Block for
about half-an-hour.

The Prime Minister would visit Hazaribagh district on June 28 for laying of foundation station for an agriculture research institute, the officials said.

A centre on the lines of Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Pusa, New Delhi, gifted to Jharkhand by the Modi government in its first budget in July 2014, is yet to sprout from state agriculture department’s
drawing board.

A source said that contrary to the general perception of the Narendra Modi government taking clear and
speedy decisions, the Centre has not shown urgency for pushing this project in Jharkhand.

Das took the reins of Jharkhand on December 28 after the BJP/Ajsu Party alliance mustered a majority for the first time after the state’s creation on November 15, 2000.

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