Working on making Palash Brand’s Turnover Rs.1500 Crore in the next 1 year: Hemant Soren

Sanjay Pandey :

Ranchi | Chief Minister Hemant Soren reached Garhwa district and gave many new gifts to the residents. The Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of new Collectorate Building and Birsa Munda Memorial-cum-Helipad Development and Reception Building at Kalyanpur. Along with this, the newly built Indira Priyadarshini Clock tower at Ranka Mor and the life-size statue of former Prime Minister of the country late Indira Gandhi was unveiled. In a function organized on the occasion, the Chief Minister handed over appointment letters to the newly recruited personnel and distributed assets among the beneficiaries. On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that districts like Palamu and Garhwa come under the shadow area. In such a situation, the government is preparing a special action plan to provide drinking water and irrigation facilities through door-to-door taps.

Will move the state forward with peace and happiness

The Chief Minister said that the situation had become quite frightening during the lockdown. On one side there was food disaster in front of the people and unemployment on the other side. In such a situation, people do not have to face problems, for this the government started many schemes to provide employment to the people along with free food. Many more schemes are being launched in the coming days. The government will draw such a line in the coming days, where the state will get a chance to move forward with peace and prosperity.
The Chief Minister said that on the occasion of State Foundation Day, from November 15, your Adhikari- Your Government-Aapke Dwar program is being run at village and panchayat level in the entire state. Through this, work is being done to solve your problems and connect them with development plans. All of you are requested to join this campaign and participate in the development of the state by working to give a better life to the residents.

Government will buy homemade products

The Chief Minister said that the government has started Palash brand to market the products manufactured by Sakhi Mandals. The government is working with a target to increase the turnover of products through the Palash brand to Rs 15 hundred crore in the next 1 year. He also said that the government has decided to give eggs to children 6 days a week to make Jharkhand malnutrition free. He asked the people to produce eggs. The government will buy it. He said that by taking the resources of Jharkhand to another state, the products manufactured from there are brought here and sold. It is our endeavor that this is the only use of our resources. Products from these resources should be manufactured here, which will be promoted by the government.

Graduate trained teachers got appointment letters, assets distributed among beneficiaries

The Chief Minister presented appointment letters to 89 graduate trained teachers on the occasion. At the same time, assets were distributed among the beneficiaries of Mukhyamantri Sukanya Yojana, Phoolo Jhano Ashirwad Yojana, Milk Cow Scheme, and Universal Pension Scheme. He gave a check of Rs 6 crore to Sakhi Mandals under Cash Credit Linkage Scheme and Rs 5 crore 17 lakh 75 thousand under Community Investment Fund Scheme. Apart from this, Shailendra Pathak for outstanding work in the field of sports, Priyanka Kumari, Deepak Kumar and Anu Priyadarshi, who won gold medals in traditional wrestling competition, and Shri Hiraman Korwa, the author of Korba language dictionary, were honored.

EW Correspondent