Ranchi: Jharkhand government has today approved ‘Mukhyamantri Jan Jal Yojana’ as per which in all the ‘tolas’ which are dominated
by the SC and ST would be covered with pipeline drinking water supply scheme worth Rs 510.56 crore.
A decision in this regard was taken in the meeting of the state cabinet which was chaired by Chief Minister of workers at the project building here. Under the Mukhyamantri Jandhan Yojana a total of 10725 too large would be covered where people would be provided drinking water through pipelines.
The government has also approved 28 projects under Rajya Jalchajan Mission worth Rs 300 crore while wavier of Rs 19.64 crore has been announced for Ranchi University which had to be paid by the varsity in certificate case filed by the state Housing Board. The cabinet also give its administrative approval for Hussainabad Urban Water Supply scheme worth Rs 4.77 lakh which would be undertaken under the Jharkhand urban infrastructure Investment Program funded by the Asian Development Bank.
The cabinet also give its administrative approval to build the new building of the Dhanbad municipal corporation worth a total of Rs 48.74 crore while several other infrastructure and development and projects related to road construction expansion of roads and
construction of ROBs in Gumla Deoghar Godda Hazaribag Koderma Bokaro Sahibganj Ranchi Giridih Latehar and Dhanbad districts were also approved. The cabinet also gave approval to Jharkhand motor vehicle tax (amendment) act 2018 with retrospective effect while also it agreed to make amendments in the Jharkhand shop and business establishment amended rules 2017.
In another key decision, it was decided to finalise the procedure for providing free of cost dress and school kit and other additional
educational material including school bags to the students studying in government school from classes 1 to 8 for the financial year 2018-19. For the journalist in the state, the cabinet also approved the press accreditation (amendment) rules 2019.
The government also approved a payment of Rupees 400000 with retrospective effect for hiring an air ambulance to take that then special secretary agriculture animal husbandry and cooperative department Mukesh Kumar Verma to New Delhi.
Further, the cabinet also decided that an area of 1128.32 acres of land spread across the different maujas of the East Singhbhum district would be given to Uranium Corporation of India Limited on the further extension of mining lease while nod was also given to the
agreement to be inked with Delhi based Aryan Aviation Private Limited to set up on PPP mode a commercial pilot Training Centre in the state.