Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday will inaugurate a solar power unit in Khunti and launch a loan scheme for small entrepreneur- the Mudra Yojana- in Dumka in Jharkhand.
Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghuwar Das said that the 180 kilowatt solar unit in Khunti District Court would be the first of its kind in country, and in line with the Prime Minister’s clean energy mission.
In Dumka, the Prime Minister would start the Mudra Yojna in which Rs. 212 crores loan would be given to one lakh small entrepreneurs of state to expand their business. Prime Minister Modi would also inaugurate the state government scheme to provide free LPG gas cylinder connections to one lakh BPL families in Dumka. These connections became available after being voluntarily given- up by well off people.
Jharkhand’s MLAs, Ministers and senior officers have also decided to surrender their LPG subsidies. The Chief Minister added that to promote cultural tourism, the Prime would inaugurate, online, the start of restoration of ancient Maluti temple complex if Dumka.