Provided corruption free govt in Jharkhand says Raghubar, claims Maoist on verge of being wiped out

Hazaribagh: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das Sunday said under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi he has provided a corruption-free government in the state and claimed that Maoists in Jharkhand are on the verge of being eradicated.
Addressing a programme in Gandhi Maidan of Matwari here he said that he does not claim that everything has been changed in Jharkhand but in his tenure so far he has tried to fulfil the aspirations of the people by providing them a corruption-free government
and claimed that Maoists are on the verge of being wiped out from the state.

Mr Das said that Jharkhand was the land of the brave as the ancestors have shed their blood for the sake of the country. He said that Bijay Soreng has further added glory to the rich tradition of the state. He said that under  Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the last four and half years BJP and the Indian governments have changed the fortunes of the country. He said that at the world level image of the countries have changed and people across the world appreciate the leadership qualities of the Prime Minister. 

Mr Das said that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi Revolution has been brought in in linking of roads Railways and air connectivity across the country. He records that for the previous 14 years  Jharkhand was known for corruption and ill governance and the problems of the Maoists but in his tenure, he has tried to fulfil the aspiration of the people and tried to provide them up with a corruption-free government. Mr Das set that that was getting the benefit of double engine government and said that rupees 1009 crore would be spent on building IV new 500 pet hospitals in the state while the session in AIIMS Deoghar would come in this year itself. 

The Chief Minister said that initially the gift milk scheme is being launched in eight districts including Lohardaga, Simdega, Latehar, Ramgarh and Hazaribagh while in others it would be implemented in the next phase. Mr Das the said that he would not indulge in Delhi plane games but people should think why only free medical colleges having 300 seats were in the state after 67 years of independence buy under is government new medical colleges buildings have been inaugurated why Foundation has been late for medical colleges in Chaibasa and Koderma.

He said that urban drinking water supply scheme for Hazaribagh which would be carried out at an investment of Rs 517 crore benefit 2 lakh people of Hazaribagh. Mr Das said that the Prime Minister has also laid the foundation stone for Rs 200 drinking water pipeline scheme for the primitive tribes while in 2019-20 mini water pipeline schemes will be launched in SC/ST tolas. The Chief Minister said to fulfil the dreams of making a New India of Prime Minister Narendra Modi where no one is homeless.

He said that so far under PMAY 5.28 lakh homes in rural areas have been sanctioned while further sanction has been given to build another 3.25 lakh homes and under PMAY all the targets given by the centre would be achieved by the state government. He said that to reduce the cases of child marriage and drop out of girls from the school the state government has launched the Sukanya Yojana under which from the time of the birth to the marriage of a girl child Rs 70,000 would be given and in a house 2 daughters would be covered under the scheme and 27 lakh families would be benefitted by the scheme.

Highlighting another achievement of his government he said that for the first time SC/ST commission has been formed in the state as his government was working on the mantra of Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas for the betterment of all the sections. 

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