New Delhi: Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that his government is committed to establish rule of law and corruption free government in Jharkhand.
The State Government is determined to provide government services to people at large and would do the needful to create a new development benchmark in Jharkhand. The CM was addressing the media at New Delhi today.
He said that his government would be made more accountable to the people and for this responsibilities would be reposed on officials having a transparent image.
The government has reviewed the status of ongoing projects pertaining to railways, road, electrification and IT and issued necessary directives to the concerned departments, he said. Completion of pending projects on a time-bound manner is also the priority of his government, Das said.
Steps are being taken to promote agriculture and fisheries and dairy production with the help of latest technology. The government has granted 1000 acres of land of setting up of ICAR for agricultural development, he said.
The chief minister said that decisions were taken for constitution of a bench of Ranchi High Court at Dumka and directives were issues for opening of Public Grievance Cell at district headquarters. Janta Darbar would also be held in each district to address people’s grievances on the spot.
On tourism Raghubar said that village of temples Maluti would be developed into a tourist destination. Nature and Amusement Park would be set up at Masanjore on the lines of Kokria Lake Ahmedabad.
Besides developing tourist village at Maluti infrastructure would be developed in other tourist hotspots so that the tourists could visit sites including Deoghar, Basukinath, Rikhia Ashram, Tarapith, Santiniketan and other places without any hassle. Das said that sightseeing spots would be developed along Ramgarh via Dumka, at Godda, Dumka and Pakur.
Stating that he had met Narendra Modi on apprise him about the priority of his government the CM said that the 83 km long stretch of the Ganga would be developed into model riverside stretch. Union Water Resources Minister has assured all possible help to make Jharkhand a model state in Clean Ganga Campaign.
In the same manner the Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari had assured fund of Rs 10,000 Crores for development of road network in Jharkhand, Das said. He said that Union Human Resource Ministry has agreed to accord the status of IIT to ISM, Dhanbad.
The CM reiterated that his government has set a target to provide recruitments to 1 lakh people within next six months.
Distribution of recruitment letters for teachers has started on January 26, 2015. About 77 investors have expressed their willingness to invest in Jharkhand during recently held Vibrant Gujarat Meet, he said.
Das expressed his happiness over the fact that his government has cleared Tata mines lease renewal which was pending for months.
He said that the Tata Group had agreed to open office of TCS in Jharkhand while decision was also taken for IIIT in Jharkhand.