Foundation for a project worth Rs 1,500 crore to be laid before Nov for addressing water problems of Palamu

Foundation for a project worth Rs 1,500 crore to be laid before Nov for addressing water problems of Palamu.
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Addressing the people after laying foundation stone for setting up of the 220/132 kv and 132/33 KV grid sub-station transmission line in Bhagodih village of Ramna block and inaugurating the Deen Dayal Upoadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojana in this district, he said with the change in time the people also needed to change their thoughts than only it would be possible to usher in development.
He said, small works can help in the upliftment of the society, state and the nation and the people needed to come forward and contribute to ‘Make a New India’ and a new Jharkhand.
He said, without power it was difficult to imagine the modern life and development adding after the formation so far 7 lakh homes have been provided with electricity.
The Chief Minister said, earlier out of 68 lakh families only 38 lakh families had access to power which has been taken as a challenge by the state government and it has set a target to illuminate every home in the state with power by 2018.
The Chief Minister said the state government was working to provide separate feeders for agriculture, household and industrial jobs and was working to ensure that 24 hours of power is provided across the state.
He said, for the benefit of the people 300 modern ambulances would be available to the people which would be reaching to their homes within 15 minutes.
He said the people would also be benefitted by the Chief Minister Health Insurance Scheme adding that people below the poverty line can get insurance of Rs 2 lakh by paying Rs 80 while APL families can avail the same by paying Rs 500.
The Chief Minister said that compared to the previous regime more work has been done in the health care sector of the state but there was a still need to do more work.

CM seeks World Bank help to overcome water scarcity issue

During the meeting CM Das said that water scarcity especially in Santhal Pargana region will be sorted out with the help of the World Bank.
is working for the development of the state and eliminating poverty from it.
Small and cottage industry based on forest produce are being developed in the state.
Women are being trained and dairy, fisheries and poultry is being promoted.
The World Bank Country head said that Jharkhand will be a role model in pipeline water supply scheme.
He expressed his desire to take active participation in implementing other schemes of Jharkhand Govt.
CS Raj Bala Verma, Addl.
CS Amit Khare, Addl.
CS Sudhir Tripathi, Principal Sec to the CM Sanjay Kr., Sec to the CM Sunil Kr.
Barnwal and other officers were present in the meeting.