The state government will complete four years in office on March 18 and during this period it has made various efforts when it comes to roads, health, education and tourism sectors. Stating this while addressing a public gathering in Dwarahat on Sunday, chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that important steps have also been taken for the welfare of women. The Mukhyamantri Ghasyari Yojana will also be implemented soon to facilitate improvement in the economic and social level of women. Further, the important step of granting co-ownership right to women on the ancestral property of their husbands will also bring about major changes in the coming times. Rawat further informed that the government had appointed more than 2,200 doctors while the process of appointing 765 doctors and 2,500 nurses is underway.
He exhorted all the people to plant trees on the occasion of Harela festival. The plantation undertaken throughout the year will be conducted extensively across the state on the occasion of Harela. Referring to the traditional art of Aipan, he said that efforts are being made to publicise it across the nation and abroad. A budgetary provision of Rs five crore will be made this year for people who made Aipan and handicrafts so as to preserve such arts. Regarding education, Rawat said that while 500 schools have been linked with virtual classes the procedure to facilitate the same is underway in 600 schools.
Thanking the state government, Dwarahat MLA Mahesh Negi said that work on more than 90 per cent of the announcements made in the constituency had been completed. Development works amounting to about Rs 1,000 crore had been executed in the constituency, he added.
Monday, 01 March 2021 | PNS | Dehradun