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CM Hemant Soren’s High-Level Review Meeting: Job Appointments and Infrastructure Projects

S Choudhury
CM Hemant Soren High Level Review Meeting Job Appointments and Infrastructure Projects
CM Hemant Soren High Level Review Meeting Job Appointments and Infrastructure Projects

Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren conducts high-level review meeting, setting targets for filling 30,000 government posts by September, and speeding up key infrastructure projects in Ranchi.

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren held a high-level review meeting at the Jharkhand Ministry on Tuesday. During the meeting, he instructed officers to expedite the appointment process, setting an ambitious target to fill 30,000 government posts by September. Additionally, Soren emphasized the importance of resolving public issues through local police engagement and urged the swift completion of several key infrastructure projects.

Accelerating the Hiring Process

Chief Minister Hemant Soren directed officials to finalize all ongoing appointment procedures promptly. He stressed that the lack of human resources in government offices negatively impacts departmental efficiency and the implementation of public interest projects. Soren announced a target to fill approximately 30,000 vacant positions across various government departments by the end of September 2024. He reaffirmed the government’s commitment to meeting these deadlines.

Focus on Police and Excise Constable Recruitment

In the meeting, Chief Minister Soren ordered the acceleration of the recruitment process for 5,000 police constables and 583 excise constables. Officials assured the Chief Minister that the recruitment of excise constables would be completed by the end of July 2024, and the police constable recruitment would be finalized by August 15, 2024.

Expedited Flyover Construction

The Chief Minister instructed the Road Construction Department to expedite the flyover construction from Sirmatoli to Mecon Chowk. He emphasized the need to address any obstacles swiftly and advance the work without unnecessary delays. Soren also directed the Urban Development Department to prioritize and hasten the Kantatoli flyover construction.

Smart City Developments: Taj Hotel and Apollo Hospital

Soren highlighted the construction of Taj Hotel and Apollo Hospital in Smart City Ranchi as top priorities for the state government. He urged the Urban Development Department to coordinate with Taj Hotel management to develop an action plan and complete all necessary procedures for the Apollo Hospital setup promptly.

Public Engagement through Police Darbars

The Chief Minister urged police officers to enhance the policing system in Ranchi, Jamshedpur, and Dhanbad by integrating modern equipment. He instructed field-level police officers to organize public darbars in their respective areas to listen to and address public grievances. Soren emphasized increased police activity in both rural and urban areas to deter criminal activities.

Key Attendees

The meeting saw the presence of several high-ranking officials, including Chief Secretary L Khiangte, Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Avinash Kumar, Principal Secretary of Home Department Vandana Dadel, DGP Ajay Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary of Road Construction Department Sunil Kumar, Chairman of Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) Prashant Kumar, Urban Development Secretary Arwa Rajkamal, ADG Headquarters RK Mallick, ADG Operations Sanjay Anand Latkar, Ranchi IG Akhilesh Jha, and Ranchi SSP Chandan Sinha, among others.

Chief Minister Soren’s directives highlight the Jharkhand government’s focus on enhancing administrative efficiency and addressing public grievances while accelerating key infrastructure projects essential for the state’s development.