Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

PRI Representatives competent to challan violators of Polythene use : Dhumal

INVC,, Shimla,, anchayati Raj Representatives would also be competent to challan violation of law in case of plastic and polythene use and educational institutions would educate young citizens about protection of environment through cultural activities. This was stated by Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister after laying foundation stone of Science Laboratory at Govt. Senior Secondary School to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 84 lakh at Dera Parol in Bhoranj Sub Division of District Hamirpur. Chief Minister said that the State had emerged a role model in Education despite the tough geographical conditions. He said that the State ranked number one amongst the big States of the Country which was rare achievement for a small hill State like Himachal. He said that National Agriculture Leadership Award was another big step towards strengthening the agriculture sector although the State had limited land holdings and cultivable land was also limited. He said that State had announced various programmes to diversify the farming practices with cash crops under controlled environmental conditions. He said that such achievements had boosted the morale of the people of the State. Prof. Dhumal said that the State had taken a lead by notifying regulatory provision to monitor activities of the educational institutions in public and private sectors and to protect interests of the students. He said that the State was consolidating its endeavour to provide students best education where teachers had to play big role. He said that in terms of percentage, Himachal Pradesh was spending highest 17 percent of its annual budgetary provisions, Rs. 2587 crore during current financial year, which was record in itself. Chief Minister said that Mukhya Mantri Vidyarthi Swasthya Yojna had also been launched in Government schools to regularly monitor the health conditions of the children. He said that 'Beti Hai Anmol' scheme had been launched in the State by providing Rs. 5100 to the daughters of BPL families at the time of their birth which on maturity would multiply substantially. He said that the girls were being provided free education from lowest to the highest standards.



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