Ranchi, September 29: In the Jharkhand cabinet meeting, 30 proposals were approved on Thursday. In this meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, it was decided to construct 256 houses for leprosy patients at Mudma, Nagdi in Ranchi district. The Jharkhand government will spend Rs 33.11 crore on this.
Approval given to teachers’ pension proposal
Similarly, the cabinet has also approved the proposal for pension and new contributory pension for teachers of 180 non-state madrasas and 11 Sanskrit schools in Jharkhand. This is great news for Madrasa and Sanskrit teachers. They will get benefit of this decision.
Health center will be built in three districts
The Jharkhand cabinet has also decided that a 100-bed critical care health center will be constructed in Lohardaga, Seraikela-Kharsawan and Khunti districts. This building was in dire need for a long time. After the construction of the building, the facilities in the health center will get better.
Interstate bus stop will be made in Jamshedpur
It was decided in the cabinet meeting that an inter-state bus stop would be constructed in Jamshedpur at a cost of 70 crore 40 lakh. This bus stop will be operated in PPP mode. It is known that Jamshedpur is a city in Jharkhand from where buses open for every state and district. Millions of passengers travel daily.
Ranchi Purulia road will be four lane
In the cabinet meeting, approval has been given for the dissolution of Bachra Nagar Panchayat of Chatra district. Similarly, the government has approved the proposal of Jharkhand Industrial Park and Logistics Policy. Under another important decision, it was decided that Ranchi Purulia road will be four lane. The state government will spend Rs 181.73 crore on this. This road is considered very important. Directly connects Ranchi with West Bengal.
Hemant’s gift to Madrasa and Sanskrit teachers, 30 proposals passed in Jharkhand cabinet
Story first published: Thursday, September 29, 2022, 21:06 [IST]