Chief Minister Hemant Soren today appealed to the people of State not to take Corona infection lightly and remain alert. The CM, who was in Deoghar to inaugurate the new Municipal Building and lay foundation of Urban Water Supply Project on Saturday, urged people to follow government guidelines to fight the pandemic.
The CM urged everyone, “We all need to be alert in view of the outbreak of Corona infection at present. The most important thing is to cover the face and nose with a mask or handkerchief and keep a distance of two to four meters from one person to another and avoid close gatherings. Be sure to wash your hands with soap or handwash at short intervals with special attention to hygiene.”
“Today, in the midst of this adverse situation, we are all engaged in making the State normal and this is the reason why the Baba Mandir was also closed due to the health security and helplessness of the people, which is now slowly being opened. Apart from this, efforts are being made to make them strong and self-supporting by providing micro financial assistance under the Pradhan Mantri Swanidhi Yojana for the convenience of the affected people due to the outbreak and lockdown of Covid-19,” said the CM.
Greeting people on the occasion, Soren said that after a long time he has got an opportunity to visit Deoghar. “Today is a special day for the residents of Deoghar. For the convenience of all of you, you have got a grand Municipal Corporation office, as well as the foundation stone of the Deoghar Urban Water Supply Project for Baba Nagari. Deoghar city is also the cultural Capital of the State of Jharkhand.
In this way, a comprehensive plan has been prepared for water supply scheme in 100 per cent of all the 36 wards by improving the partial water supply already running in Deoghar city. Our government has set a target to connect every village in Jharkhand with drinking water by 2022,” he said. Secretary, Urban Development and Housing Department, Vinay Choubey said that on the occasion of Kalash Sthapana today, the Municipal Corporation building costing Rs 21.12 crore has been inaugurated by the CM in Baba Nagri Deoghar. Municipal corporation buildings will also be built in other municipal bodies. Apart from this, the foundation stone of Deoghar Urban Water Supply Scheme was laid to provide pure drinking water to every household, so that all the 36 wards of Deoghar Municipal Corporation area can be connected with the connection of pure drinking water.
After the launch of Chief Minister Shramik Yojana on 14th August, today the second link has been started by the CM from Deoghar district. After the program, Chief Minister Hemant Soren reached Baba temple and prayed before Baba Baidyanath and wished for prosperity of the state.
Agriculture Minister Badal, Municipal Commissioner Shailendra Kumar Lal, Deputy Development Commissioner, Sanjay Kumar Sinha, Sub-Divisional Officer Dinesh Kumar Yadav and others were present on the occasion.