Jamshedpur MP Bidyut Mahato and Jamshedpur East MLA Saryu Rai jointly laid the foundations of and inaugurated schemes worth about 7 crores on the day of Ganesh Chaturdashi.
Jamshedpur: For the last 18 months, during the Corona crisis, the development work in JNAC areas had come to a standstill. On Friday, Jamshedpur East MLA Saryu Rai and MP Bidyut Baran Mahato laid the foundation stone of 26 schemes for development JNAC area.
Jamshedpur MP Bidyut Mahato and Jamshedpur East MLA Saryu Rai jointly did the work of laying the foundation and inaugurated schemes worth about 7 crores on the day of Ganesh Chaturdashi.
Corona pandemic affected development work throughout the state.
Many schemes were hanging in the balance. But after 18 months, now once again the effort has begun to speed up the development work through schemes.
26 schemes were inaugurated and foundation of 26 proposed schemes were laid on JNAC office premises on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Puja.
The schemes in the pipeline are of around Rs 6 crore 72 lakh 6452.
On this occasion, MP Bidyut Mahato said that the work of the scheme had slowed down due to the Corona pandemic.
But now the government has provided funds for development work in all the three municipal corporations of the district.
These schemes are being inaugurated and foundation stones are being laid.
He also said that whenever he goes to different parts of the city, he finds that the draft plan has been prepared keeping in view the complaints and proposals received from there. The approval process has been completed.
The MP said that the main objective is not only to get the work done, but the quality of those schemes will also be maintained, for this, monitoring will be done by the BJP.
Jamshedpur East Vidhan Sabha MLA Saryu Rai said that the foundation stone for civic amenities and transport scheme is being laid and inaugurated in his constituency.
He said that these include schemes of drainage, road, electricity and other necessary facilities. At present 150 lights have been installed in the area. Three and a half thousand lights are yet to be installed. With the completion of all these schemes, the possibilities of development in the area will increase.
JNAC Special Officer Krishna Kumar said that after many months. development work is being started in the area.
Due to Corona, many plans were hanging in the balance. He urged everyone to stay alert and maintain social distancing.