28th January, 2020
Addressing a function organized on the 71st Republic Day of the country, Governor Fagu Chauhan said that the state is following a policy of zero tolerance against corruption. Strict action is going on against corrupt public servants.
In his address after the flag-off at the historic Gandhi Maidan, the Governor said that 23. 5 crore applications have been resolved under the Bihar Public Services Rights Act to deal with corruption. Apart from this, out of 6.67 lakh applications received so far under Bihar Public Grievance Redressal Rights, more than 6.30 lakh complaints were resolved.
The state government has expressed its commitment to the development of the state on the principle of development with good governance and justice. The number of girls in class 9 has reached the same number of boys. Smart classes have been set up for classes 9 and 10 in higher secondary schools under the upgradation Bihar program. In the Panchayats where high school is not being studied yet, the class 9 class will be started from April.
He said that the number of patients undergoing treatment at Primary Health Center has increased from 39 per month in 2006 to 10 thousand per month.
Climate change is also impacting the farming of the state. In view of this, climate-friendly farming has been started. The governor said that along with road, bridge and building construction, its maintenance policy has also been made. Now work is being done on the goal of reaching the capital Patna in 5 hours from the remote area of the state. He said that in 2005 where the power supply was 700 MW, it has increased to more than 5891 MW.
2298.21 crores assistance
So far, a total of Rs 2298.21 crore has been provided to all 43. 38 lakh families affected by floods and drought. 772.48 crores have been approved as agricultural input grant for farmers. Due to less rainfall, in 2019, along with the districts of South Bihar, the water level has also declined in some districts of North Bihar. Prior to this, the Governor went to the Shaheed-e-Kargil Smriti Sthal and paid tribute to the immortal martyrs. On reaching Gandhi Maidan, he was given a salute. He inspected the parade. He also took salute of march past.
CM flagged off in his residence
Patna. On the occasion of Republic Day, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar flagged off one of his routes. The Chief Minister took the salute of the armed forces and wished the people present on Republic Day. On this occasion, the Chief Minister fed Jalebi to the children and wished them a bright future.
Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Chanchal Kumar, Secretary Manish Kumar Verma, Secretary Anupam Kumar, Chandrashekhar Singh, Gopal Singh and other senior administrative and police officers were present on the occasion.
Patna: Tears came out of martyr's mother's eyes as soon as she received the award
Patna: The Governor of Bihar rewarded and honored the brave soldiers at the main function held at Gandhi Maidan on Republic Day. The Indian Army has decorated these brave heroes with various embellishments. The Bihar government also awarded one lakh and 75 thousand cash and citations to the recipients of Gallantry, Very Special and Distinguished Medals among these heroes.
Among them, a gallant soldier and gunner Kishore Kumar Munna has been awarded the Gallantry Army Medal posthumously for his bravery, service and sacrifice by the Government of India. In the main ceremony, the Governor provided 75 thousand cash and appreciation letter to the martyr's mother Tulo Devi, but during this time tears came out from the eyes of the martyr's mother. She could not stand herself and sat on the stage in front of the Governor.
The governor picked them up and tied them up. During this time, the governor also got overwhelmed. Seeing this scene, the eyes of all the people present on the stage were filled. Gunner Kishore Kumar Munna was killed in a terrorist attack in Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir in February 2018. Shaheed Munna was originally from Brahma village of Balha Bazar, Khagaria.
Category: India: Bihar