Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das
Dhanbad: Chief Minister Raghubar Das who started his Johar Jan Aashirwad Yatra in the Koyalanchal (coal belt) of the state has called the people to remove the red flag from their area and vote for the 'lotus' if they wanted the development of their area.
In a veiled attack on MCC and its MLA from Nirsa Arup Chatterjee, Mr. Das said that the red flag has been removed from the entire country, therefore, it should also not remain in Nirsa and asked the people to vote for the BJP in the coming assembly elections. He said that in the coal belt of the state the acts of white-collared criminals and coal mafias will not be tolerated.
He said that it was due to the tremendous majority given by the people Prime Minister Narendra Modi was able to remove Article 370 and 35 A from Jammu and Kashmir however the Congress and the JMM are opposed to this move and are speaking in the language of Pakistan, therefore, people should teach a lesson to them.
He said that the present state government was working to make Jharkhand free from Naxalism, corruption, and middlemen and pointed that the appointment of a large number of constables and sub-inspectors will be beneficial to remove the Maoists from the state. Mr. Das said that the people of Jharkhand were getting the benefits of double engine government due to which 35 lakh farmers of the state were getting the benefit of Mukhyamantri Krishi Aashirwad Yojana.
He said that under the scheme the first installment has been given in the accounts of the farmers while the second will be given on October 23. Mr. Das said that the state government was committed to providing homes to all by 2022 and on the other hand the government has formed 2.17 lakh Sakhi Mandals who are being linked with employment and self-employment for their economic empowerment.