Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra Events Witness Large Turnout

GG News Bureau

New Delhi, 19th Nov. The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) campaign witnessed a large turnout of villagers and active participation from the district administration, central and state government officials, line departments, banks, and beneficiaries of government welfare schemes in all the locations of the tribal districts where the campaign was held today.

The yatra was initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 15th in Khunti village, Jharkhand. Its purpose is to raise awareness about the Central government’s welfare schemes and policies and ensure that flagship government schemes reach 100% saturation.

The campaign took place in three locations in Choumukedima block, Dimapur district, namely Phaipijang, Darogapathar, and Diphupar villages. During the events, VBSY outreach vans equipped with LED screens showcased various welfare schemes of the Central government.

The program included medical camps, on-the-spot registration for Ujjwala scheme beneficiaries and banking services, drone displays for agricultural purposes, and personal testimonies from welfare scheme beneficiaries. Calendars and leaflets depicting government initiatives were distributed during the event.

The fourth day of the VBSY campaign was held today in Chimonger and Chongtor villages, Longkhim Block, Tuensang district. The program was attended by EAC Keyileitang Ntang Longkhim, BDO Sademongba Sangtam, SMO I Taka Pongener, Aicheng K Nodal officer BBFCL, village elders, and the general public.

The program began with a brief introduction to VBSY and the pledge taking of Hamara Sankalp Visksit Bharat. The women of the village also performed a special song for the occasion.

Aicheng K, the nodal officer, and his team demonstrated drone technology to the villagers for agricultural purposes.

The program concluded with the felicitation of successful beneficiaries. Medical checkups, Ujjwala registration, and banking services were also provided to the public after the program.

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