Bihar will full all central schemes on time: CM Nitish Kumar assures PM Modi

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Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for inaugurating and laying basis stones of seven city infrastructure schemes value Rs 541 crore and guaranteed him that the state authorities would full all of the tasks on time.

Besides, it might additionally expedite different central authorities schemes being carried out below Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) and different programmes within the state, Kumar stated.

Prime Minister inaugurated two sewage therapy vegetation (STP)- one every at Beur and Karmalichak in Patna- which might deal with the water earlier than releasing them in river Ganga to assist forestall the river getting polluted.

Modi additionally inaugurated water provide schemes for Chapra and Siwan city the place 81,000 an 58,000 folks can be benefited from the water provide below AMRUT Mission. Besides, basis stones had been laid for 2 water provide schemes- one every for Munger and Jamalpur (in Munger).

PM additionally laid basis stone for Muzaffarpur Riverfront Development Scheme, being constructed below Namami Gange.

Speaking on the event, Kumar stated that STPs being constructed below Namami Gange mission are mandatory in an effort to defend rivers particularly Ganga from getting polluted.

“Its not a small thing. Drainage water is treated before releasing them into the river. Its a big thing. Today, two STPs- one each at Beur and Karmalichak are being inaugurated by the PM who laid the stones for these STPs on October 14, 2017,” Kumar stated.

Kumar reminiscenced his faculty and childhood days whereas speaking about Ganga and stated “I used to be born at Bakhtiarpur in Patna district. We used to go to take bathtub within the Ganga on Sunday when faculties had been closed.

“There was great circulate of unpolluted water then. We used to take a bucket of water to home for ingesting functions. But, slowly and regularly the state of affairs when it comes to air pollution in Ganga worsened with the time and improve in inhabitants.

Stating that the water must be utilised and never misutilised, the CM stated that individuals are utilizing ingesting water being made accessible to them below Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal scheme for bathing their buffalos and irrigation function after which he needed to ask them publicly to not misuse water meant for ingesting.

Under the scheme pure ingesting water is being supplied to all households in Bihar.

Since the Prime Minister had talked about concerning the scheme Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal on September 10 whereas inaugurating Rs 294 crore regarding Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY) in Bihar, Kumar stated “80 per cent of the work under the scheme has been completed and the remaining work will be finished by the end of October this year.”

Praising the river improvement scheme, Kumar stated that it is a good scheme for which a basis stone has been laid by the PM for creating the ghats alongside Burhi Gandak river in Muzaffarpur as it might entice folks to go to the river facet.
Kumar recalled his engineering faculty days when he used to take a seat on the banks of Ganga as the school was located alongside the river.

Prominent amongst those that graced the event included- Governor Phagu Chauhan, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, union ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and a number of different MPs, MLAs who had been digitally linked from completely different locations.

Hailing the Union Cabinet’s resolution to ascertain an AIIMS at Darbhanga in Bihar, BJP president J P Nadda stated it will present tremendous speciality well being care to the folks of the state and likewise create a big pool of medical doctors and different well being employees.

The AIIMS, Darbhanga will come up below the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) at a complete value of Rs 1,264 crore, an official assertion stated. The new AIIMS is prone to be accomplished inside 48 months from the date of the approval by the Centre.