Jharkhand making progress under the leadership of Hemant Soren: Transport Minister Champai Soren

Welfare Minister Adivasi raises the tricolor on the day of the event at Birsa Munda Stadium

Mail news service

Seraikela, August 16: Adivasi Minister for Welfare and Transport Champai Soren said on Monday that Jharkhand was making rapid progress in all areas under the able leadership of young Chief Minister Hemant Soren. He said the state government is making every effort to ensure that the benefits of the various social welfare programs and projects reach the marginalized sections of the society.

Addressing a huge rally at Birsa Munda Stadium in Seraikela after raising the national flag on the occasion of 76e On Independence Day, the minister said the government was fulfilling the dreams of revolutionaries in Jharkhand who had sacrificed their lives for a separate tribal state.

Counting the achievements of the Hemant Soren government, the minister said that the state government’s “Apka Adhikar, Apki Sarkar, Apke Dwar” program is aimed at benefiting the lowest people in the society. Out of a total of 1.14 applications from all districts, 1.11 have been processed, he said.

Soren said the government started the scheme to provide water to farmers through a pipeline in the three districts of Kolhan. In industries, jobs are given to 75% of young locals. Under the new sports policy, players are named directly, he said.

Soren said intensive care facilities had been made available at Seraikela Sadar Hospital. Very soon, a state-of-the-art hospital with a capacity of 100 beds will be inaugurated in Seraikela-Kharsawan, he said.

Soren said the pipeline water was supplied from the Ganjia Dam to 20,000 hectares of farmland and it was decided to save the 150 villages of Icha from flash floods.

The minister called on all citizens to unite for the progress of the state. He sent thank you letters to several government officials and employees for their good work in the Panchayat elections.

Seraikela-Kharsawan Deputy Commissioner Arava Rajkamal and SP Anand Prakash were also present during the I Day celebrations along with other dignitaries. Hundreds of school children, elderly people and other citizens participated in the event with zeal.

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