Government will fully cooperate in preserving its culture and traditions: Hemant Soren

Principal Correspondent Ranchi : For the Sarna tribals, Luguburu Ghantabari Dhoromagarh in Lalapania has been a symbol of Santhali faith, glorious past, tradition, reverence, and faith for centuries. Every year on the occasion of Kartik Purnima, the International Sarna Dharma Mahasammelan, organized here, attracts devotees not only from Jharkhand but also from abroad in which many people participate special rituals. Due to the corona epidemic, the worship ritual was organized here with full care and vigilance. Amid this global pandemic, the members of the worship committees carried out the tradition that has been going on for years with utmost care. We wish this glorious tradition continues in the future as well. On this occasion, the Chief Minister along with his wife Smt. Kalpana Soren and their sons offered prayers in a full ritualistic and traditional manner. On the occasion, he paid homage by garlanding the statue of Lord Birsa Munda installed here. Here the Chief Minister takes care of the expectations of the people of Jharkhand in the last 20 years after the formation of a separate state. Our government is making an action plan keeping the aspirations and activities of all the sections and sections of the people here in priority and the work is being done to implement it on the ground so that the people sitting in the last row of the society can also get the benefits of government schemes. The Chief Minister said that on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Lord Birsa Munda and State Foundation Day, ‘Aapne Adhikar, Aapki Sarkar, Aapke Dwar’ program has been started from 15th November. Under this program, till December 28, the government is coming to your door to solve your problems and get you the benefits of the government’s schemes. Clear instructions have been given to all the officials to ensure that the benefits of the government’s welfare schemes are given to the people through the camps.

Chief Minister said that maximum employment generation is the top priority of the government. In this regard, the ongoing year has been declared as the year of appointment and the recruitment process is being started to give jobs to the youth on a large scale. To promote self-employment, the government has also launched many other programs including the Chief Minister Employment Generation Scheme. By taking advantage of these schemes, people can employ others along with their livelihood. Chief Minister said that schemes are being run keeping in mind the needs of every section and every section of the state. In this episode, Livestock Development Scheme has been started for livestock farmers in rural areas. Under this, distribution of poultry, fish farming, pig farming, duck rearing, the milch cow is being done among the beneficiaries. He told the poultry farmers to produce eggs, the government would buy them. The Chief Minister said that the government is committed to providing benefits to a maximum number of people with the full utility of the schemes.

Chief Minister said that due to poverty in the state, especially tribal women are forced to sell wine and liquor. He said that Phoolo Jhano Ashirwad Yojana has been started to connect such women with respectable livelihood. The government will work to connect women who leave the work of selling liquor and alcohol with employment. On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that the Universal Pension Scheme has been started by the Government. Under this, all people above 60 years of age except income taxpayers are being linked to various pension schemes.

In the Bokaro district, appointment letters were provided to 92 people in various government departments. At the same time, the work of completing the recruitment process of 189 people is in the final stage. On this occasion, the Chief Minister symbolically handed over appointment letters to some personnel. Apart from this, land lease to 5 beneficiaries, mini tractors to 4 Aajeevika Sakhi Mandals, 2 motorized boats to Matsyajeevi Sahyog Samiti, 2 cows to the beneficiaries, 3 KCC to the beneficiaries. , 2 women self-help groups were given Rs 5.72 crore as capital, 3 women belonging to self-help groups were honored under the Phoolo Jhano Ashirwad scheme, besides old age, widow, national family benefit benefits were provided to the beneficiaries. Minister Champai Soren, Chief Minister’s wife Smt. Kalpana Soren and several officials of the district administration were present on the occasion.