Jamshedpur: Chief Minister’s representative Pawan Agrawal and MP Jamshedpur’s representative Sanjeev Kumar jointly inaugurated four development projects completed at a cost of Rs 1 crore in and around Burmamines on Sunday.
Under the said projects, a road was constructed in Prem Nagar. At Makdam Chhath Ghat, a shed was organized for religious rituals. Public toilets were constructed in Tina Kholi.
On this occasion, forms for new water connections of JUSCO were distributed among the people in Muslim Basti, Carriage Colony.
Addressing the gathering, Agrawal said the BJP led governments at the Centre and in Jharkhand were committed to the overall development of the people. He said there were certain opposition parties that were totally against the progress of Jharkhand. Such people should not be allowed to be successful in this mission, said Agrawal.
A camp was held for distribution of the water connection forms. Addressing the gathering, Agrawal said the BJP led government in the state was busy developing the state without paying heed to the call of opposition parties.
Among others present on the occasion included Suraj Singh, Virat Kumar Burma, Kansari Aftab Alam, Ramashray Kumar, Om Prakash Singh, Mahendra Rajak, Madhu Tanti and Ram Dulari Devi.