Ranchi. May 3: Replying to the queries of junior editors at Soochana Bhawan, Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday said that he will keep all promises he made to the people.
Replying to a question by Zila School student Aman Kr. whether he will stagnate on his decision of domicile policy, the CM said that there is no question of going on the back-foot.
He said that he tried to solve the matter unanimously even on the day the Bill was being presented in the Cabinet. But the concerned people had switched off their mobile phones.
Replying to another student Rani, the CM said that the government is keen on developing up-to-date infrastructure in government schools also in the line of private schools.
He said that the government endeavors to provide electricity to all schools of the state within three months. He laid stress on quality education in schools and proper transportation facilities.
Answering Aditya Kr. of Zila School, the CM said that with the help of the people, he runs the government smoothly. Reply to a question from Hariom Kr. of Marwari School, the CM said that the government focuses on higher education and 5 private universities will be opened in the state.
The government also focuses on IT/automobiles education.
While replying to Anju on water scarcity, the CM said that every drop of water has to be preserved. He said that 1 lakh dovas and 2 thousands ponds will be completed soon. He appealed to the children to make the people around aware of this.