Chief minister Raghubar Das on Friday told officers of the state energy department that heads will roll if uninterrupted power supply is not ensured for Ranchi as well as for Jharkhand by September.
All households in Ranchi district now have access to power supply, chief minister Raghubar Das announced on Tuesday. And by 2019, the CM promised, these households will have 24-hour power supply.
Engineers will be trained in machine building and allied activities at a centre being set up in Jharkhand’s capital Ranchi by an arm of the Russian state atomic energy corporation, Rosatom, jointly with state-run Heavy Engineering Corp.
Passengers travelling to Ranchi from New Delhi on Rajdhani Express endured an unpleasant journey after they were not served food on the train on Wednesday evening.
Chief minister Raghubar Das on Wednesday promised to convert the state capital into a solar-powered city and light up 230 tribal villages with solar electricity by 2017.