Chief Minister Hemant Soren today said that there should not be any flaw in the reconstruction work of the residential school run by the Welfare Department. Children are the future of the state. It should be ensured that they get government schemes and facilities along with quality education. Any negligence and negligence will not be tolerated in this. Soren said was inspecting the ongoing reconstruction work of Scheduled Tribe Residential Girls High School in Chaibasa on Monday. On this occasion, the CM met the girls of the school and took information related to their education. He also participated in the evening worship of the school.
During the inspection of the Scheduled Tribe Residential Girls High School, the Chief Minister also saw the facilities available here. He inspected toilets, canteen, electricity, assembly hall, classroom etc. in this sequence. The Chief Minister directed to improve the arrangement of toilets in the construction work of the residential school. At the same time, instructions were also given to use solar energy as an alternative system for power supply.
The CM also inspected Mufassil Police Station and Mahila Police Station of Chaibasa. Seeing the cleanliness of the police station, he expressed displeasure. He gave necessary instructions regarding the cleanliness of the police station premises. While inspecting the Hajat, he said that all the prisoners who are kept here should be provided with basic facilities. CM directed that proper management of the vehicles seized in the police station should be done.
Minister Satyanand Bhokta, Minister Joba Manjhi, Chakradharpur MLA Sukhram Oraon, Chaibasa MLA Deepak Birua, Mazgaon MLA Niral Purti, Jagannathpur MLA Sonaram Sinku, Secretary to Chief Minister Vinay Kumar Choubey, Commissioner Kolhan Manoj Kumar , DIG, DC, West Singhbhum Ananya Mittal, SP Ashutosh Shekhar and many officials of West Singhbhum district were present.