Mahila Samiti should be strengthened for development of the state: CM Jharkhand

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Summoning women of Jharkhand for their development, Chief Minister Mr. Raghubar Das said that women should come forward for the development of the state. He said that the use of local liquor (haria) can be stopped only when rural women will be skilled &  Mahila Samiti empowered. He directed the Mahila Samitis to prepare a list of poor families of the village by 15th January so that they can be given 2 cows each for their livelihood. He said that he will call the leaders of the  Mahila Samiti & talk with them. The CM said it while taking with  the people of Barkumbha village on a surprise visit.

Laying stress at making the women self-reliant by training & fostering skills, the CM said that the women prepare & sell local liquor because of poverty. If they are employed, they will not do these things & the villages will be addiction free. He said that the govt. will give Rs. 1 lac to the villages which will be made addiction free. The women present on this occasion assured the CM that they will help in making the state addiction free.

 On the complaint of the girls about non-availability of buses or other  means of transport for going to school/ college,  the CM assured them that  the govt. will run buses in 3- 4 months.

The CM was also reported that the tribal land is being illegally sold by some unwanted middlemen & it should be stopped. The CM said that it is done with the help of SAR court & that’s why the govt. has decided to abolish this court.

The CM said that   the villagers should decide where a check dam or a pond will be made & the govt. will do  accordingly. He said that deep boring will done & poor families will be distributed with ration cards through conducting camps at the block. In case of the block office away from the villages, the camps will be conducted near the villages. He said that the scarcity of teachers & doctors will be sorted out soon. Apart from listening to the problems of the people, the CM told them about various schemes run by the govt. for their welfare.