Chief Minister Hemant Soren today said that the Central Government’s action to ban 59 Chinese Apps came too late as the damage has already been done by them (Apps). The CM, while talking to media persons, here on Monday said that the Central government must have banned the Chinese Apps, but these Apps must have spread the unwarranted infection just like Corona by now.
“The effect of the Apps (Chinese Apps), if they are actually detrimental, should have been assessed much before. The Centre has delayed thinking about the decision. And these Apps have already spread their infection just like Corona. Lets see what lies ahead,” he said.
Talking about Bihar elections, the CM said that the party (JMM) is already doing its preparations and appropriate decisions would be taken.
Meanwhile, following the direction of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, Deputy Commissioner Ramgarh has assured Rs 50,000 to Geeta Kumari from the CSR funds of Tata Company at Ghato, arrangement for sports training in sports center and a monthly stipend of Rs 3,000.
The CM was informed that Geeta Kumari, a resident of Bokaro, is setting up a roadside vegetable shop for living. After the information of the case, the CM directed the Deputy Commissioner Bokaro to provide necessary government help to Gita and his family three days ago and inform. After knowing that Geeta was a resident of Ramgarh district, Deputy Commissioner Ramgarh took the initiative and covered Geeta Kumari with the above assistance and informed the CM.
Meanwhile, the CM directed the Deputy Commissioner Gumla to enroll two orphan children Jasman Kerketta and Jayamani, resident of Kemte, Karanjtoli, Raidih, Gumla with government support as well as enrollment in the school for education.
The CM was told that Kemte, located in Gumla's Raidih police station area, has been orphaned after the death of two children Jasman Kerketta and Karanketti's father Melprakash Kerketta and mother of Jayamani Kerketta. Both children are now minors. After the information of the case, the Chief Minister gave the above direction.
Meanwhile, CM Hemant Soren, was today given a cheque of Rs 13.65 lakh by the officers and staff of the jail administration for the Chief Minister's Relief Fund. In addition to the prison and superintendent of all 29 prisons of the State, the officials and personnel of the prison headquarters have deposited the amount by voluntary contribution to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund.