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VBSY covers 22 more Panchayats in Kupwara

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Mega Event held at Panchayat Halqa Magam B

KUPWARA: The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) continues in frontier Kupwara district with massive public participation.

22 Panchayats of Magam, Nutnoosa and Handwara blocks were covered under VBSY. With this, 217 Panchayats of the district have been covered till date under the campaign in which more than 70,000 people have participated.

A mega event of VBSY was organized  at Boys Higher Secondary School Magam in Panchayat Halqa Magam B.

BDO Magam administered the Viksit pledge to the officers, PRIs and Public, affirming their commitment to the nation’s holistic development.

Addressing the gathering, the BDO said that each and every individual across the length and breadth of India has to play an active role in making India a developed and self reliant nation by 2047.

He added that India’s current strong Foreign policy is also the outcome of the country’s ‘Atma Nirbharta’.

Mega event of VBSY at Magam B witnessed a massive and enthusiastic response from the public. Participants listened keenly to the recorded message of the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India. On the occasion, people received information about various government schemes and other initiatives and got themselves enrolled for different services.

Under ‘Meri Kahani Meri Zubani’ beneficiaries of centrally sponsored schemes shared their experiences about the benefits they availed after enrolling themselves under these schemes. They urged others to come forward and reap the benefits of welfare schemes.

Resource Persons of different departments also generated awareness regarding public welfare schemes.

The IEC Vans of VBSY also traversed through various Panchayats to screen Hon’ble Prime Minister’s message and to generate awareness on Central Government’s initiatives for public welfare through movies.

The line departments displayed products and provided on the spot services to the general public at the stalls. Students of local schools took part in skits and cultural events.

Women and other achievers were also felicitated for their exemplary work in respective fields during the programme.

Local participants also availed health services including screening for various ailments at health camps conducted at the mega event.

Meanwhile, similar events were also  organised   during VBSY  in other panchayats like Tirch, Vodhpora, Waterkhani, Magam A, Magam B, Magam C, Neelipora, Opezwani, Palpora, Pozalpora, Shogpora, Sodal, Baderhar, Bedarkali, Bakihakar, Batkote, Chowgal (Gundchogal), Dudipora, Gonipora, Kulangam A, Kulangam B and Machipora.


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