Jamshedpur, June 19: The chief minister assured villagers of better healthcare facilities after recruitment of doctors in few months and launching of telemedicine facility within six months in the state.
He was addressing jansamwad at chota nagra. “The telemedicine facility will be available in panchayat bhawan for rural people,” said Das.
CM’s two day visit to Saranda concluded on Friday were he announced that a solar park will be established at Sudur Village in Saranda.
He also held a meeting with the mines company in relation with the CSR. At the meeting it was discussed that that Tata Steel and SAIL will help run ITI (Industrial Training Institute).
It will be established in Manoharpur, Gua, Charadharpur and Jagganathpur.
Roads constructed under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojna are not upto the quality and the contactors are at fault.
Contractors have not maintained quality in construction in several districts of the state for which Chief Secretary of the state has been directed to pass an order asking them to improve the quality otherwise FIR will be lodged against them, said Chief Minister Raghubar Das talking to the media persons at Noamundi Tisco guest house on Friday.
He said that under CSR 15 vehicles will be plied to conduct patrolling for round the clock for the purpose of keeping vigil over Saranda Area to ensure the safety and security of the public.
Talking the heath front, Sadar Hospital Chaibasa will be developed as a model Hospital while the mining lessee Rungta , SAIL and Tata Steel would provide financial support under CSR. Each house will have access to electricity for which Nigam has been asked to prepare the blue print.
CM further informed that SAIL Company has been asked to provide water and electricity surrounding affected villages and maintain cleanliness. He mentioned that West Singhbhum has 12 hundred schools with poor facilities and under CSR the responsibility of 9 hundred schools will be shared.
He wished if farmers engage themselves in Agriculture, raring cattle’s and agriculture based business that will bring prosperity to the farmers.
There will be three animal hostels and Jharkhand will be the first state where CSR will be rendered in team spirit said CM Das adding that three member’s team has been constituted under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner to prepare a report within a week in order to open closed mines in the region.
Earlier in the day, the chief minister also held a meeting at around 10.50 am with mining sector including big players like Tata Steel, SAIL, ACC, Usha Martin and Rungta Mines at Officers Club in Kiriburu, around 180 km from Jamshedpur.