Jamshedpur, Jan. 6 : CM Raghubar Das on Sunday gave tips on better governance to the BJP party workers. He was interacting with the booth level party workers of East Jamshedpur Assembly area during a picnic at Dimna lake.
He asked BJP party workers to ensure that government schemes are implemented efficiently. He also directed BJP workers to give feedback about the implementations of the welfare schemes meant for the poor.
Das reiterated that the Government is dedicated towards development of State with special focus on rural areas. He said that the people will reap the benefits of the several welfare schemes is his Government’s priority.
The CM said the government would work efficiently in bringing speedy development, providing basic amenities and improving policing. He also said that ensuring corruption free governance is his foremost priority.
While interacting, he also motivated the workers to get ready for next election. He deliberated minutely on issues pertaining to the strengthening of the booth committees.
Das participated in BJP’s Jamshedpur ( East) unit picnic amidst enthusiasm. With tight security arrangements around 5,000 picknickers, including women and children participated. Several cutural programmes were also presented on the occasion.
The picnic also gave an opportunity to aggrieved people to approach the CM to solve their problems.
A section of participants approached Raghubar for solving their problems, mostly related to litigation of property.
In view of arrival of the CM several measures were taken to improve the security of the area. While the Chief Minister was busy meeting people at the feast, the armed police men had been deployed at strategic position all along from Dimna Chowk to the picnic spot, a stretch of over two kilometres.
There was separate enclosures for the men and women, and separate enclosures for the vegetarians and non-vegetarians.
According to a senior police officer, the special security arrangement by the district police will remain effective till January 26, the period during which the people, especially the picnickers tend to visit Dimna.
“The idea precisely is to keep check on rash driving and prevent miscreants from creating trouble to the revelers on the street and near the parks,” said Anoop Birtharay, senior police superintendent. The police will also act tough with people driving in an inebriated state of mind and with hoodwinks driving vehicles using police and press stickers.