Not a single house will be demolished anywhere in the city, promises Raghubar
Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Feb. 13: In a move to garner mass support ahead of elections, Chief Minister Raghubar Das Wednesday kicked off ‘Mera Parivar Bhajapa (BJP) Parivar’ campaign in his home constituency of Jamshedpur East. He also embarked on a whirlwind tour of three urban slums – Chhayanagar, Chhandinagar and Deonagar, where he interacted with locals.
During the over one and half hour drive that started from Chhayanagar around 10 am, the CM along with party activists pasted stickers containing pictures of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP national president Amit Shah, state BJP president Laxman Gilua and himself with party symbol ‘lotus’ and the tagline Mera Parivar Bhajapa Parivar’ in several houses and installing party flags on houses.
It may be mentioned here that Amit Shah had started the campaign yesterday at Ahmedabad putting up party flags and stickers at their home.
“I am here to spread party’s vision of growth and progress. Indian Tricolour is the life of the country and BJP flag is the pride of the country,” said Das. He also asked party workers to increase party’s reach and message to every corner.
The Chief Minister also visited a community hall at Chhayanagar and addressed the people. “I would ask residents of these urban slums to reap benefits of Government schemes. I would like to assure that no houses would be demolished in any of the urban slums. Our government has made it clear that demolition, if at all made necessary for development projects, will be done only after rehabilitation of affected families,” said Das.
The Chief Minister then went towards Chhandinagar and interacted with group of people while handing over party flags and stickers.
“In last four years we have given a growth oriented governance. We are committed to provide houses for those without shelter under PMAY schemes. We are also committed to provide basic infrastructure in each of the urban slums like proper lights, road, drinking water, drains and sewage facilities. Work has already started with Jusco agreeing to provide electricity and waters. I would like to encourage women to form sakhi mandals and obtain benefit of state government schemes to improve their financial condition,’ said Das.
The chief minister also interacted with inmates of leprosy ashram at Deonagar in Baradwari and distributing party flags and stickers before leaving for his residence at Agrico.
He 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. He also motivated the workers to get ready for next election. He deliberated minutely on issues pertaining to the strengthening of the booth committees.