CM felicitates 400 self-dependent Didis of 3 districts

For the strength of the state, it is necessary for the rural economy to be strong. The rural economy will become strong only when the villagers stand on their own feet. For this purpose, the government is making plans and putting them on the ground,” said Chief Minister Hemant Soren while addressing the “Graduation Ceremony of Sisters of Jharkhand” organized by The Nudge Institute today. On this occasion, the CM felicitated 400 didis of Lohardaga, Latehar and Gumla districts, who became self-reliant and capable of livelihood and encouraged them to move forward. The Chief Minister appreciated the efforts and work of the Nudge Institute, which played an important role in making these sisters of very poor families self-reliant.

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