Ranchi (By our correspondent): After participating in the gram chupal in Salgai Chief Minister Raghubar Das meet the descendants of
Veer Budhu Bhagat. Seeing that his family members were living in mud houses the Chief Minister on the spot directed the Ranchi DC
to release funds so that they can make pucca houses for them. He also asked to put by tiles around the statue of Veer Budhu Bhagat and instructed to commence all these tasks as soon as possible.
He also listened to their problems and directed the officials to take necessary action to solve their problems. One Gaffar Ansari pointed that he had spent Rs 75,000 in the treatment of his son but could not get the benefit of Ayushman Bharat Yojana. He said that he had to sell his land to pay the hospital bills after which Mr Das asked DDC Divyanshu Jha to contact the hospital and get his money back.
One Binod Kumar Sahu pointed out the issue of lack of teachers in the school over which Mr Das said that on November 15 appointment letters would be provided to 10,000 teachers and soon the problem will be solved out. Mr Das also assured that the seven kilometer road connecting Chanho to Silgai would be built within two months as good roads were indicative of development.
Lalita Das of women self help group pointed the issue lack of office which was causing problems in their meetings over which he asked the DC to construct a office for them. Over the issue of land mutation, he asked the people to make sure that government land is not encroached and asked the people to remain aware and do not waste their hard earned money in buying government lland.