Ranchi, September 20: Jharkhand Government is committed to solve problems of people and ensure welfare schemes reach poor and needy at any cost, stressed chief minister Hemant Soren.
Addressing a vikash mela cum Janata Durbar at Dumaria in Godda district on Tuesday, Hemant Soren said, “Solving problems of people is top priority of government by speeding up developments in all sectors and ensure welfare schemes reaches to the poor and needy.”
“After fighting against Covid pandemic for two years the state is confronted with the problem of drought. Government is prepared to tackle this problem too by ensuring that there is no migration of farmers and laborers due to drought with schemes to get them employed locally,” said Soren.
Soren said that government officials have been directed to ensure linking needy with government schemes and those officials found negligent in this direction will face action.
The Chief Minister said that the government is serious about promoting employment and self-employment in the state and soon vacancies of 50,000 post of teachers would be filled. In addition vacant posts in various departments would be filled through JPSC and JSSC while under the Chief Minister’s Employment Generation Scheme, the government is giving grant-based loans for self-employment.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated 15 schemes costing Rs.2734.54 lakh. At the same time, the foundation stone of 40 schemes of Rs 18020.05 lakh was also laid.
The Chief Minister distributed assets worth Rs 2701.65 lakh among 5625 beneficiaries and handed over appointment letters to 18 newly selected candidates including specialist doctors and other candidates.
The Chief Minister handed over the acceptance letters of housing to 521 beneficiaries under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin and Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojana under the asset distribution among the beneficiaries.