Katihar Charter

05/03/2009 at 07:41 टिप्पणी करे

Katihar Charter:

  1. To initiate the process of finalizing the national disaster work.
  2. To establish Flood Information Centre at the block level.
  3. To establish International People’s Committee to take stocks of the progress made in
  4. the work of Kosi disaster.
  5. To establish Health Centres at Panchayat level.
  6. To undertake proper steps for the implementation of common school system.
  7. To open higher and technical education at subdivision/block level.
  8. To initiate and start “Irrigation Guarantee Schemes” in rural areas.
  9. To undertake steps for the development of technical and commercial agriculture methods at block level.
  10. To develop an “Inter State Migration Act”
  11. To fix equal price of milk at the national level.
  12. To strengthen Gram Sabha and Vigilance Committees in the Panchayat Raj system in Bihar.



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