Dehradun, November 6: On the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the State Establishment Day in the Janata Hall of the Chief Minister's residence the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated the Raibaar Program. In the inaugural session, the Chief Minister said that the main objective of 'Raibaar' is to unite all together for the all-round development of the state and consider the state to be of rapid development.
To prepare the road map for the further development of Uttarakhand, the government will save all the suggestions which were received in the Raibaar program said the Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. He further added that the vision document will be prepared for next three years and all these suggestions will be included under governments Mission-2020.
According to the local media, after the conclusion of the Raibaar program, Chief Minister said that the state government is also purchasing drones to monitor the rivers being mined. Instructions have been given to the concerned department for this. He said that the experts from different areas in the program kept their point of view in a big way. Focusing on the suggestions of all the speakers regarding the skill development mapping of districts is required and also the emphasis on strengthening of ITI and Polytechnic Institutes will be given. It will help in making an action plan based on priority and need of districts.
For tourism development, air services will be strengthened so that the tourists could reach the remote areas. Also in the adventure sports, emphasis on the inclusion of mountain biking is given. Chief Minister said that to stop the migrating, the state government will make special focus on the quality of educational institutions.