"Four years ago, Jharkhand was known for corruption. Now the discussion about the state is based on developmental projects... Naxalism has been rooted out," Das said here in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The BJP and its cadres are efficient enough to face the opposition in the next elections, Das said while addressing a press conference.
The state government will give Rs 5,000 per acre to 22.76 lakh medium and marginal farmers from the next financial year, Das said at a press conference.
Addressing the Vendor Development Programme for Defense and Railways here, the chief minister said the plant would generate employment opportunities and pave way for setting up an industrial area on the pattern of Adityapur and Bokaro in Manoharpur-Chaibasa region of the district.
The state government will set up organic production clusters in all the 24 districts to promote organic farming, Das said.
Ten persons will also be felicitated for their contribution to the society, an official release said quoting the chief minister.
The Chinese minister said that there is a lot of potential for investment in Jharkhand. The Jharkhand delegation under Das is on a five-day tour of China starting September 1 to obtain information about latest technology.
An official release quoting Das said that he will meet with chiefs of Shanghai and Beijing to know how they operate the civil order.
The state government will include life and thoughts of Late Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the school curriculum.
Unfurling the Tricolour at the Morahbadi ground here on the 72nd Independence Day, Das said one lakh more job opportunities in the private sector.
The vow came in commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi's 'do or die' slogan which was given on August 9, 1942, it said.
As many as 2000 ponds are being renovated this year to increase irrigation facilities, Das said, adding that 6 lakh small ponds were dug in the state last year.
Das, who was speaking after inaugurating consumer services of the energy department here, said Jharkhand would be developed into a power hub by 2021-2022.
Launching the "Saubhagya Yojana" here, Das said only 38 lakh households out of 68 lakh households in the state could get electricity in 67 years.
Das said the 3rd ground breaking ceremony of Momentum Jharkhand-a Global Investors Summit (GIS) will be held in Bokaro in December, according to an official release.
Presiding over the second meeting of Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society here, Das called for ensuring the goal, an official release said here.
Das said that his government has made 32 lakh people of the state literate in the first one thousand days of his government. and that his government was working to make the state fully literate in two years advance before Narendra Modi's 2022 target .
Talking to senior bank officials here, Das said making new Jharkhand would assist in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of new India and the role of banks would become important.
The chief minister said one steel plant each would be set up in mineral-rich Manoharpur block of West Singhbhum and Chatra district, an official release said.
Speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony and inauguration of various railway projects worth Rs 3425 crore by railways in the state, Das said Jharkhand was lagging behind as far as railway was concerned but things improved ever since Narendra Modi-led government came to power.
The GST has targeted black money which runs a parallel economy in the country, Das said while speaking at a workshop on GST here.
Addressing the Janjatiya Paramarshdatri Samiti (Tribal Advisory Committee-TAC), Das said that all the members of the committee have put forth their views, which show the positive energy the samiti posses.
Reviewing the plan of smart city here at a top-level meeting, Das said the smart city should be created keeping in view the geographical position and eco system of Ranchi, according to an official release.
The Vedanta group and Jharkhand Mineral Development Corporation (JSMDC) would jointly set up the plant.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the fight against corruption and black money will continue.