Sasaram Charter

05/03/2009 at 07:43 टिप्पणी करे

Sasaram Charter:

  1. To develop monuments like Rohtas Fort, Sershah Ka Makbara, Dhuan Kund, Manjar Kund and Sonawa Fort as tourist places.
  2. To undertake proper steps for the implementation of common school system in Bihar under the defined norms of the Government.
  3. To open higher and technical along with agriculture education at higher education.
  4. To initiate and start “Irrigation Guarantee Schemes” in the district.
  5. To initiate process of the purchase of food grains at national price rate as fixed by the Government.
  6. To start a training centre for Police/Military near Kaimur Mountain.
  7. To restart PCCL fertilizer factory at Amjhour.
  8. To do a survey of the natural resources of the district.
  9. To strengthen Gram Sabha and Vigilance Committee of the Panchayat Raj system in Bihar.
  10. To develop higher and technical education in Bihar.



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