Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu, in ‘Sarkar Gaon Ke Dwar’ program at Kanjiyan in Bhoranj assembly constituency of Hamirpur, while listening to the grievances of the people directed the concerned officials to resolve their issues immediately. He stated that during its one year tenure the State Government has started many ambitious schemes for the welfare of various sections of the society and urged the people to avail maximum benefit from such programs.

The Chief Minister announced starting of science and commerce classes in Sub Tehsil at Jahu, Police Post at Ladraur, Sports Hostel at Bhareri and Samirpur Senior Secondary School. He stated that the detailed project report of Ladraur-Patta drinking water project would be prepared and the government would provide adequate funds and ensure its timely completion. He also announced opening of sub-division of Jal Shakti Vibhaag (JSV) in Kanjiyan and starting of MA Hindi classes in Bhoranj College.

The Chief Minister reiterated that if the State won’t receive royalty from Luhri, Dhaula Siddh and Sunni hydropower projects, they will be taken over by the government. He pointed that the previous BJP government sold the interests of the state in hydro power projects, whereas the present government was fighting for the interests of Himachal. “We have requested the Union Government to take a decision on this issue soon, but the BJP leaders were creating hurdles,” said the Chief Minister, adding that the BJP leaders were playing a foul play in getting the State its royalty of Rs. 4300 crore from the Bhakra Beas Management Board.

While speaking on the disaster that wreaked havoc in the State during the monsoons, Sukhu said “I personally made several requests to the BJP leaders asking them to accompany me to meet the central leaders in Delhi for the Special relief package to the disaster effected, but none of them stood up for the interests of the people of the State”. The State Government from its own resources released a package of Rs. 4500 crore to provide succour to affected, he said adding further that no relief package have been received from the Centre. As per the rules, claims of Rs. 10,000 crore were sent to the Union Government, hoping, that it would provide financial assistance, but people of the state have been ignored by the BJP’s central as well as state leadership, said the Chief Minister.

Expressing concern over rapid rise in cancer cases in Himachal, the Chief Minister said that the first state-of-the-art cancer hospital would being established in Hamirpur to effectively deal with the ailment. The State is witnessing increase of 2.2 percent of cancer patients while the country’s average rate is 0.6 percent. The Chief Minster said that the state’s first Rajiv Gandhi Day-Boarding School has been announced for Karah to be constructed with an outlay of Rs. 50 crore. Primary section of this school would be completed within a year.

We are committed to provide quality education to the children and prepare them to face the future challenges, however due to lack of initiatives in this sector by the pervious BJP government, Himachal was ranked 17th in terms of imparting quality education which is required to be improved. The outmoded laws were being changed for the benefit of the people. To clear the long pendency of revenue related matters, the government took a decision to organize Revenue Lok Adalats under which 2227 mutation cases and 277 cases of partition have been settled in Hamirpur district. Earlier, MLA Bhoranj, Suresh Kumar welcomed the Chief Minister and thanked him for dedicating various development projects.

CM Sukhu Addresses Grievances In ‘Sarkar Gaon Ke Dwar’ Program

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