Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that while framing the rules interest of all the para teachers will be taken into account.
An assurance in this regard was given by the Chief Minister during an interaction with representatives of Jharkhand Siksha Mitra Kendriya Committee who had come to meet him at his residence located at Kanke Road here.
The delegation urged the Chief Minister to keep the interest of para teachers in mind while framing the laws. On the hand, para teachers from Garhwa pointed that due to lack of attendance by biometric system their honorarium had been stopped which they asked to be released.
The delegation of Tractors Owners Association said that their vehicle is used by RMC to pick up garbage but for the last 6 months they had not been paid any money.
On the other hand, youth from Barhet urged the Chief Minister to provide them with funds to organise a football tournament on occasion of Sohrai while contractual employees released from Garhwa zilla parishad demanded that they should be reinstated. A Divyang girl from Piska Mode urged the Chief Minister to provide a PDS shop.
Women from Jamshedpur gifted the Chief Minister a painting of his father and himself whereas many other visitors gifted a book to the Chief Minister.
Like any given day on Sunday once again people in large numbers turned up from different parts of the state to apprise their problems before the Chief Minister. Hemant Soren after listening to the complaints of the people assured them that all their problems will be solved quickly.