Chief Minister Raghubar Das today inaugurated a Rooftop Solar Power Plant at Civil Court, Garhwa.
In his inaugural address, the CM said the state government is committed to provide the people of the state with basic infrastructure, clean air and water and clean and green atmosphere.
“With installation of solar plants on the rooftops of government building, pollution will be minimized. The government is planning to provide the farmers green energy,” said the CM.
Das appealed to the people to install solar power plants on their rooftops to boost green energy revolution. He said solar power system should also be adopted by farmers for agricultural purposes.
The CM said that JREDA has planted a 110 KW system on the rooftop of Garhwa Civil Court at an expense of Rs 1.32 crore. “All sorts of systems can be run from this arrangement. In the next three months, a similar system will be planted in Gumla as well,” he said.
Das praised Justice D N Patel for his role in ensuring the solar systems. He thanked the government officers and staff and said that solar plant installation work should be expedited. “The government has decided to supply electricity to all the household of 32,000 villages latest by December 2018.
At the same time, two third transmission lines will be completed by 2019. The government will ensure LED street lights in 11 districts
including Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Bokaro and Devghar for Durga Puja,” he said.
Justice Madan B Lokur of the Supreme Court, Executive Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court D N Patel and Justice H C Mishra were also present on this occasion.
Justice Lokur expressed his happiness over plantation of solar power plants in Garhwa and said that it was a praiseworthy step of the court from disposal of issues point of view. With mobile app, very soon the advocates won’t have to bother about diary.
Justice Patel said that without the creative support of the CM, it couldn’t have taken place. He said that Das was working actively in the field of energy. Gumla civil court will be the next to avail this facility, he said.
In the programme, a total of seven victims were given damage control cheque and Progressive Women SHG, Tandwa was also given appreciation letter by the CM.
Justice S Chandrasekhar, Health Minister Ramchandra Chandrawanshi, MP B D Ram, MLA Satendranath Tiwari, Energy Secretary Nitin Madan Kulkarni, PDJ Civil Court Pankaj Srivastava and others were present on this occasion.