MoU projects to eliminate poverty and unemployment Raghubar

MoU to eliminate poverty: Raghubar

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Ranchi: Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said that the state government in its bid to realization of twin goals of poverty elimination and removing unemployment was working in every sector of economy to script a turnaround in lives of poor and disadvantaged.

Talking to media shortly after the groundbreaking ceremony of upcoming industrial projects, the CM said, “Avenues of employment were opening in different sectors courtesy the investments.

In less than 100 days of entering into understanding with the investors, we have broken the ground for 21 such projects while commissioning 3 projects speaks volume about sincerity and sensitivity of the government to work for mutual benefit of the investors, the people and the state.”

Das said many more projects in the pipeline are coming and by July the venue would see another such ceremony when ground would be broken for 30-35 companies in automobile, automation, IT and other sectors.

“The government is committed for industrial revolution and scripting prosperity in the lives of people through small yet employment generating projects.

For this we have come up with Jharkhand Investment Promotion Board which I head and personally take care,” Das said, adding that he had talks recently with Ratan Tata about opening a cancer treatment hospital in the State to which he has agreed.

The CM said the government is readily available to ease investors’ way and to provide whatever under the policy they want.

“The State is replete with young human resources and the government is imparting skills to them on large scale in different trades to enhance their employability.

We have also an understanding with the investors to supply the skill they need to run their enterprise from this home-grown pool of trained young personnel and professionals.”

This, the CM said, would work well for the youth of state.

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