PM Modi of Bihar Regiment: ‘Proud of Bihar Regiment’s struggle

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Ladakh stand-off was in the intellect of Prime Minister Narendra Modi even although he was launching a mega work scheme for rural employees, on Saturday.

“Everyone is very pleased of Bihar Regiment’s valour. Each and every and every Bihari is pretty very pleased of it,” he explained as he introduced an employment scheme from which Bihar would be a vital beneficiary. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also joined the party by online video conferencing.

Primary Minister Narendra Modi. Twitter

The bulk of the fatalities and damage in the India-China violent clash was from Bihar regiment, which also misplaced its Commanding Officer Colonel B. Santosh Babu.

Launch of job plan worth Rs 50,000 crore

The scheme really worth Rs 50,000 crore is aimed at the returnee migrant staff and is a massive rural community employment scheme which seeks to supply livelihood options.

Joining the video convention, Nitish Kumar stated, “During the lockdown, I interacted by means of online video conference with labourers in distinct districts just after they returned to the point out. I realised that they don’t want to go somewhere else for work”.

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The migrant crisis emerged as a political headache for the BJP-JDU blend in the condition which will go to polls later this 12 months. This plan is envisioned to deal with a great deal of its socio-economic considerations.

At minimum 25,000 migrant employees who arrived at back residence in the wake of the pandemic will be benefited in states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Odisha. UP and Bihar took the bulk of the load of the reverse migration.

The plan that seeks to give implies to these migrant workers to receive a living will involve intensified implementation of 25 diverse types of operates which in turn will produce rural infrastructure.

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