Garhwa (By our correspondent): Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das issued an official notification after which Nagar Untari has been renamed as Bansidhar Nagar. Participating on the second day of the Bansidhar Mahotsav here he laid foundation stones and inaugurated schemes worth Rs 325 crore and also issued a stamp in the name of Bansidhar Nagar.
Mr. Das handed over a copy of the notification regarding the renaming of the area to DC Harsh Mangal and also announced state event status for Bansidhar Mahotsav. He also directed the DC to send a proposal so that a guest house can be built for visitors in Bansidhar Nagar and announced that a degree college and science center would also be set up in the districts. Addressing the function he said that when the opposition leader were in power then also they were busy in talks and when they are in opposition they are doing just talking and did nothing to improve the infrastructure of the state while his government was seriously working to provide all basic needs to the poor.
He said that for the last 67 years the opposition only looted the state despite the fact that the Santhal Pargana gave three Chief Ministers to the state. He said that after the BJP has come to offer political and business middlemen are worried as some people
want to impose family and dynasty politics on the people but Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar framed the constitution for protecting the
democracy. He said that in the four years tenure of Prime Minister Narendra Modi terrorists are just confined to Jammu and Kashmir
whereas in earlier government these terrorists use to execute incidents in other state and even in his tenure no communal violence has been reported from anywhere in the country.
The Chief Minister said that India was a land of diversity where people of different religions and caste live together and said that even the Gods want to be born in India. He said that it is the priority of the state government to bring smiles on the faces of the poor and by the year 2020 all poor will have a roof on their heads.
Mr Das said that for the skill development of the youth a sum of Rs 700 crore has been set aside and on January 12, 2019 one lakh youth would provide jobs while the government was working to double the income of the farmers by 2022 as part of which a Global Agriculture Summit is being organized on November 29 and 30 in Ranchi in which farmers would get to know about the modern techniques in farming.