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CM Rawat pays rich tributes to martyrs of Uttarakhand Statehood Movement

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Muzaffarnagar/ Dehradun :Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat visited the Martyrs Memorial at Rampur Tiraha, Muzaffarnagar on Tuesday and paid rich tributes to the martyrs of Uttarakhand Statehood Movement.

Chief Minister said that as a result of the struggle and sacrifice of state agitators, Uttarakhand was created as a new state. “When we mention the state movement, I remember the scene of October 2, when the state agitators were going to Delhi for the formation of the state. Then there were brutal atrocities on such peace-loving people by the police. In the incident, seven agitators got martyred”, said the Chief Minister.

In the struggle for the formation of Uttarakhand state, 28 state agitators sacrificed their lives in Mussoorie, Khatima, Shri Yantra Tapu and Rampur Tiraha. Chief Minister paid tributes to all the martyrs. He expressed his feelings of respect for the state agitators for the statehood movement that continued for long time.

Chief Minister said that in accordance with the dream of state agitators of a new Uttarakhand, the state is on the path of progress. By the time the state will celebrate its silver jubilee, Uttarakhand will go a long way on the development path. By 2025, water supply, roads, better health and education will be provided to every household. In the last one and a half years, efforts have been made to speed up the state’s rapid development.

Teachers and doctors were appointed in the hill areas. Currently 93 per cent teachers are available in degree colleges and 100 per cent teachers will be provided soon. 25 ITI’s in the state are being upgraded. In which there should be more and more trade, so that we can get skilled children.

Chief Minister said that Uttarakhand is a hill state. Investors Summit – Destination Uttarakhand is being organized in Dehradun on 07 October. So far, 1700 big industrialists have registered. So far, the state has received proposals worth Rs 77,000 crore. Uttarakhand is the state, which provides electricity at the cheapest rate. All 22.5 lakh families will be covered under Atal Uttarakhand Ayushman Yojana to provide health facilities to all the people of the state. All the Nyay Panchayats of the state are being developed as a growth center, through which local and organic products are being promoted.

On this occasion, Chief Minister also paid tribute to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Late Lal Bahadur Shastri. Chief Minister paid a floral tributes to the former MP Late Malti Sharma, at her residence in Dwarkapuri, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. He said that Late Malti Sharma had helped the state agitators, for which the state would always be indebted to her.

On this occasion, MLA Khajandass, Swami Yatishwaranand, Kunwar Pranav Champion, Deshraj Karanwal, Suresh Rathore, BJP’s Haridwar District President Dr. Jaypal Singh, District Magistrate Haridwar Deepak Rawat and state agitators were present.

 

CM Rawat preparations for Investors Summit

Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat reviewed the preparations for the Investor Summit to be held at Maharana Pratap Sports Stadium on Tuesday. Chief Minister instructed the officers to complete all preparations of Investor Summit on time. He said that all arrangements for providing cooperation and facilities to the investors and entrepreneurs participating in the Summit should be ensured.

 

In an informal interaction with the media, Chief Minister said that so far 1700 investors have registered for Investors Summit. With the coming of large investors and entrepreneurs in the state, small local industries and entrepreneurs will also benefit in the form of forward and backward linkages. Under the upcoming Investors Summit, along with the big investors, the local entrepreneurs have shown interest in expanding their industries. Besides investing in the hilly areas, there is a good interest for investors to invest in the plains as well.

 

So far, MoU of about Rs 61,000 crore has been signed. Chief Minister said that investors from the country and world have shown great interest. “We want more and more investment should come in the state. We are moving forward in this direction firmly. State Government has recently announced policies for various focus areas, so that maximum investment comes in the state and it also open opportunities for long term employment for local youth”, said Chief Minister.

 

On this occasion, Chief Secretary Mr. Utpal Kumar Singh, Director General of Police, Mr. Anil Raturi, Principal Secretary Shmt. Manisha Panwar, Secretary Mr. R. Meenakshi Sundaram, Mr. Dilip Jawalkar, Shmt Saujanya and senior officers of the administration and police were present on the occasion.