By Our Staff Reporter
Dehradun, 22 Jul: Under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, a meeting of the Rural Development and Migration Commission was held today. The Chief Minister directed that this commission, formed with the aim of preventing migration from rural areas, be renamed the Migration Prevention Commission. For better implementation of the recommendations of the commission, the Chief Minister directed the officials to constitute a committee under the chairmanship of Additional Chief Secretary Anand Vardhan. Members of the commission would also be included.
The Chief Minister said that, for the development of rural areas, work should be done on the concept of One Gram, One Sevak. He said that for the overall development of Uttarakhand, the State Government is working on many public welfare schemes. New schemes related to the development of the state are being taken forward. In 2025, Uttarakhand would be celebrating the silver jubilee of its existence as a separate state. By then, areas needed to be identified where the Rural Development and Migration Commission could make its important contribution. Special attention ought to be paid in this direction along with the action plan in those areas and the achievement ought to be visible on the ground with clear outcomes in respect of every meeting.