Jangalmahal prepares for Chief Minister’s June 14 visit
Starting from senior officials to the rank and file of the district police are busy in completing their respective tasks ahead of the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s visit to Jangalmahal on June 14 to hold the first administrative meeting after coming to power for the second term.
Banerjee had announced on June 3, after holding the first state level administrative review meeting at Town Hall in Kolkata, that she would start her district tour to hold the block level administrative review meetings from Jangalmahal.
The meeting would be held at Jhargram in West Midnapore. With the date of the meeting at Jhargram being announced by the Chief Minister, the district administration has plunged into the work to prepare necessary reports.
It may be mentioned that overall development of Jangalmahal had been one of the many success of the government of ‘Ma Mati Manush’ in the past five years.
People in Jangalmahal have come out of the fear in which they had spent many years of their lives due to Maoist insurgency.
Thus, the concerned officials are now busy preparing reports on implementation of different projects before the administrative meeting. Reports stating the present status of the ongoing projects were also getting prepared and the senior officials were also trying their level best to expedite the development work as much as possible.
It may be mentioned that super-specialty hospital, ITI college, model school had come up in the district in the first term of Banerjee’s government. At the same time schemes including Kanyashri, Khadya Sathi and Sabuj Sathi were also being implemented.
Soon after forming the government, Banerjee had started giving stress on the need to expedite the development work as it had got slowed down for the past few months due to the elections. As a result the officials too have started working on war footing. The policemen in the district were also busy to ensure safety and security of the Chief Minister. Arrangements have been made to tighten up security on the routes through which her convoy would pass.