Chief Minister Hemant Soren led a historic endeavour during a major visit to the Koderma district, launching programmes totaling Rs 443 crore earmarked for the development of the area. During the visit, new projects were unveiled, and the Chief Minister took an active role in giving benefits to those who had been enrolled in several welfare programmes. The Chief Minister addressed the community during the open meeting at Tilaiya Dam, reaffirming the government’s steadfast commitment to granting access to basic utilities and realising the dreams of the people. Stressing Koderma’s abundance of natural resources, he saw the area developing into a possible centre for business, education, and tourism. In order to maintain peace and harmony throughout the state, the Chief Minister urged people to work together with the government.
The Chief Minister unveiled plans to create a medical college, a polytechnic institute, a skill development centre, a sports facility, and a stadium, among other noteworthy developments for Koderma. The government’s plans include call for improvements to the district’s irrigation systems, power supply, road connectivity, and health services. Joined by a group of ministers, MLAs, MPs, and other officials, the Chief Minister spoke with the community, listening to their complaints. He gave assurances that the administration would take initiative to address problems and give inhabitants’ wellbeing top priority.
This visit highlights Chief Minister Hemant Soren’s vision for a prosperous and peaceful region and is a significant step forward in the government’s commitment to supporting comprehensive development in Koderma.