Migrants who came to Uttarakhand will be given employment here: CM

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Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat said that due to the spread of Corona virus, migrants coming back to their homes in Uttarakhand should be given employment here so that they do not migrate from here.

He said that to ensure this, the Rural Development and Migration Commission would have to work on the ground and turn the Corona crisis into an opportunity. On Tuesday, the Chief Minister was giving a presidential speech at the third meeting of the Rural Development and Migration Commission at the Chief Minister's residence.

On this occasion, he released the report of district Tehri presented by the Rural Development and Migration Commission. He said that in view of Covid-19, providing employment opportunities to the people of the state is one of our top priorities.

It should also be assessed that how many of the migrants who have come to Uttarakhand, want to stay in the state and get employment. The Chief Minister said that for the sake of employment in rural areas, women should not have any problem in taking loan from the bank.

The Chief Minister said that under the Mukhyamantri Swarozgar Yojana, employment will be made available to the people in various areas. It should be thoroughly studied in which areas people are showing more interest to work.

How can the income of people be increased, which areas are more likely to be employed. The Chief Minister said that the villages which have not yet been connected to the road facilities and those which have drinking water problem, should also be identified.

Apart from promoting local products, we also have to make special efforts in the direction of packaging, marketing. There is a need to work faster in the direction of rural sector schemes and public welfare schemes. Rapid works are being done in the state towards the construction of chawls.

We have to make efforts towards the regeneration of water sources. Rural Development and Migration Commission Deputy Chairman Dr. SS Negi informed that so far three reports have been given by the Commission to the State Government, in which recommendations have been made to reduce the plan.