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Tallat Parvez reviews progress on VBSY in Ganderbal

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GANDERBAL: Commissioner Secretary, Hospitality and Protocol (H&P), Tallat Parvez Rohella, Friday visited Ganderbal and chaired a meeting of district officers to review progress on ongoing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra here at Mini Secretariat, Ganderbal.

While addressing the officers, Commissioner Secretary said that the vision behind the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) is to ensure widespread awareness among rural masses, reaching the unreached population, and facilitating the utilization of welfare schemes for socio-economic upliftment of poor.

Commissioner Secretary, while taking review department wise, lauded the efforts of district administration for making this yatra successful. He said that purpose of holding review meeting was to identify hurdles hindering target achievements and discuss strategies for their resolution.

Interacting with the officers, the Commissioner Secretary highlighted the transformative impact of VBSY in fostering development, promoting engagement with government schemes, and achieving saturation under citizen-centric schemes. He impressed upon the concerned to reach out to all the vulnerable sections of the society and target for saturation of all the beneficiary oriented schemes by way of adopting best practices and coordination among the departments.

Earlier, Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, Shyambir, presented a detailed overview of the achievements made under flagship schemes in the district since the initiation of the Yatra on November 25. He said that multiple activities were held at the venues to make the Yatra a successful event.

The DC briefed the Commissioner Secretary about the action plan implemented to ensure widespread awareness among the masses. He informed that 114 Panchayats have been covered in 20 days during which eligible beneficiaries were facilitated on-the-spot besides vigorous awareness was created about all flagship schemes to achieve saturation under such schemes.

While giving details, the DC informed that over 1.2 lakh persons attended the events and 2552 persons shared their experience under ‘Meri Kahani Meri Zubani’ besides district administration has achieved saturation under various schemes including PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana, KCC, JJM, etc.

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