*all images by IPRD, Jharkhand
Chief Minister Shri Raghubar Das reviewed central government’s infrastructure project at Project building and said that Jharkhand has a lot of development potential and even after having the resources and capacity, proper development has not been done. Giving strict instruction to officers, he said that officers who hamper or delay developmental work will be given VRS.
The Chief Minister said that during the monsoon, complete all the paperwork. Work should start after 20th August. Give NOC within 30 days to PSU lands for the construction of toilets, Prime Minister housing scheme etc or else after 30 days it will be considered as NOC certified. The Deputy Commissioner should start working in this direction. He said aware people about the work of pipelines. Their land will not be taken but pipeline will pass through their land and they will get compensation for that as well. Similarly, for those who have been displaced, do mutation of the land marked for them before August 15. After mutation land will be given to beneficiaries.
Giving instructions to start the closed coal block in the state, he said that starting of the coal block would provide employment to a lot of people at local level. District Mining Fund will develop the infrastructure in that area. The government will also get revenue for development work. Make a list of companies which are not showing interest in getting the coal blocks, so that the Ministry can invite new investor. Start JSMDC mines soon then small industries will be able to get coal. In the meeting, he instructed to give 1100 jobs from Coal India till August 15. In this regard, the state government has given instructions to give immediate approval to pending approvals.
Shri Das instructed the Deputy Commissioners to hold Janta Drabar in block level and in that problem related to old age pension, ration card; caste certificate etc should be resolved immediately. They should also arrive in any meeting without prior information.
Chief Secretary Sudhir Tripathi, Development Commissioner DK Tiwari, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Sunil Kumar Baranwal, Road Secretary KK Shone, PCCF Sanjay Kumar, ADG (Abhiyan) RK Mallik, Secretaries of all Department, Officers, Deputy Commissioners, Senior Police Officers, officers of various PSU companies, NHAI, Railways and GAIL officials were present.
Special discussion on these matters
Issues relating to the National Highway: -
Ranchi -Radgaon-Mahulia (163.500 km)
Rajgunj-Chas-West Bengal Border (56.889 Kms)
NH-02 BH / J.H. Border (Chordaha) - Gorhar (71.490 kms)
NH-02 (320.810 km) Gorhar- (360.300 km) Kharetunda (39.490 km)
NH-02, Kharetunda (360.30 km) – Barwa adda - (400.132 km) (39.830 km)
NH-31, Barahi-Koderma- (27.600 km)
NH-23, Palma-Gumla (26.00 Kms) - 88.00 (62.00 Kms)
Issues of Infrastructure Projects of Railway
1. Hatia-Bandamunda Doubling Projects
2. Chaibasa ROB
3. Novamundi ROB
4. Kolebira-Haat Gamharia Road ROB
5. Saraikela-Kharsawan (Raj Kharsawan-Sini Railway Station)
6. Silli-Patrahatu Road ROB
7. Koderma-Giridih New BG Rail Line Project
8. Koderma-Tilaiya New BG Rail Line Project,
9. Jarangdih-Ranchi road doubling rail line project
10. Tory - Shivpur rail line project,
11. Pradhankhanta ROB
12. Ranchi Road ROB
13. Hazaribagh Road ROB
14. Bhuli ROB
15. Hansdiha-Godda, Hansdiha-Mohanpur Project
16. Pirpaunti-Godda Project
17. Kumaradhubi-Mugma ROB
18. Madhupur-Joramav ROB
19. Jamtada-Bodma ROB
20. Chittarganj-Bodma ROB
21. Shankarpur-Jasidih ROB
Matters related to the Department of Mines: -
Panhvara north, Jitapur, Moetra, Brinda and Sisai, Meral, Dumri, Lohari, Keredari, Rajbar E and D, Shahpur-Jamarpani, Tubed, Patal east, Panchvara south.
Issues relating to Airport Authority of India
Deoghar airport construction, Bokaro airport construction, Dumka airport construction, Jamshedpur airport construction, Dhalbhumgarh airport construction.
Issues related to Inland Waterways Authority of India
In the meeting, progress report regarding the work of laying 1390 kms of pipelines in the state under Inland Waterways Authority of India was discussed.
The Chief Minister instructed to accelerate the work of Inland Waterways and settle the case related to land acquisition at the earliest so that there is no hindrance in the work.
Issues related to Gas Pipeline Project
In the meeting, a review of the construction gas pipeline at Jagdishpur-Haldia-Bokaro-Dhamra (total 3,365 km) at the cost of 12,940 crore was done. This work is started in seven cities (Varanasi, Patna, Jamshedpur, Ranchi, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and Calcutta) in the country.