Women are the axis of development
INVC NEWS Ranchi, Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that Chief Minister Sukanya Yojna was implemented in the state to encourage education among girls and discourage child marriage. Public participation in this work is necessary so that the children of every house can be covered with this scheme. The Chief Minister was speaking at the Sukanya Yojna awareness campaign organized in Latehar. The Chief Minister said that the Prime Minister had given the message of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao to even the sex ratio from Panipat. The State government is working on 'Pehle Padhai, Fir Vidaai' for the same. The government is determined to support orphans (girls) from birth till marriage. The Chief Minister said that in today's time the tribal society is away from female feticide. While educated people living in the city are killing the girl through ultrasound. Guilty doctor, who performed this, should not do this type of sin. Otherwise, the government will take legal action against them. The Chief Minister said that women are the axis of development. 27 lakhs of gas cylinders and stove were distributed in 4 years for the welfare of women. In the third phase, the distribution work 15 lakh gas cylinders and stove will start from February 23, 2019. Under which 3 thousand cylinders and stove will be provided to the women of our state. To make women independent, the formation of the Poultry Federation in 13 scheduled areas will be done within 1 month. The Chief Minister said that Jharkhand is developing in every area including electricity, drinking water and health. Under the biggest health insurance scheme of the world Ayushman Bharat, 16 lakh golden cards have been distributed in the state so far. Within three months, the Golden Card will reach 57 lakh families. The Chief Minister said that political patries with tribal name has looted the land of tribals. Nobody paid attention for 14 years to Tana Bhagat, who contributed to the freedom struggle. Now the state government will provide housing to Tana Bhagatans under the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme. Tana Bhagats were given cattle (cow) today. The Chief Minister said that work has been started in the direction of providing water facilities in 1200 tribal and Dalit villages. It is being ensured to that villages get water from the month of April. The Chief Minister said that Jharkhand resides in the village and so our farmers. Under the central government's plan, farmers will get Rs 6000 per acre. At the same time, the state government will provide financial assistance of Rs. 5000 per acre under Krishi Ashirvad Yojna. Under this scheme, farmers with less than 5 acres land will come. With the amount, farmers will be able to buy necessities for farming. The government will spend Rs 2 thousand 250 crore on this scheme. In this way, a farmer of Jharkhand will get benefit of 11 thousand rupees per acre from the month of May. This scheme will cover 22 lakh farmers of the state. The Chief Minister said that some foreign powers want to ruin tribal culture. We need to fight such powers. We have to keep the culture of Nilambar Pitambar untouched. The government respects all religions, but the government will not tolerate conversion in lure of money or anything. Latehar MLA Shri Prakash Ram said that the development works that took place in 4 years have not happened in the past. In 4 years, the scheme of 1500 crores was implemented in Latehar. The government has always been sensitive. Manika MLA Shri Hare Krishna Singh said that today Latehar has peace and it is the result of development. By the efforts of the Chief Minister, benefits of the scheme are reaching to everyone. On this occasion and Secretary Social Welfare and Child Development Shri Amitabh Kaushal gave detailed information regarding Sukanya Yojna. Latehar Deputy Commissioner Shri Rajiv Kumar gave concluding address. In the program, Divisional Commissioner, Deputy Development Commissioner, SP and hundreds of villagers were present.