Ranchi: Assuring all possible help to the youth hailing from tribal, dalit and backward communities Chief Minister Raghubar Das has said that youth from the ST-SC community who would be setting up industries in the state they would be provided a rebate.
A decision in this regard was taken in the eighth board of directors meeting of the Jharkhand industrial area development authority which was chaired by the Chief Minister himself at the project building. He said that youth should be encouraged to set up small industries so that they can become employers and it will also bring a change in their lives and ensure speedy development of Jharkhand and moreover by laying a network of industries in the villages it will also bring prosperity in the rural areas.
In the meeting, the Chief Minister directed that B2G meeting should be held every month and DCs of the district who are its Regional Director should hold the meeting on a fixed date every month so that problems which are being faced by the industrialists at the local level can be sorted out. In the meeting, the budget of JIADA for 2019-20 was approved. It was also decided that land will be provided for the plastic park in Deoghar and also provide land for power sub station and feeder.
Those present on the occasion also included Additional Chief Secretary Finance KK Khandelwal, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Sunil Kumar Barnwal and others.