The extensive outreach programme, Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, made an impactful stop in Panchayats of Blocks Bani, Marheen, and Barnoti blocks today. The Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) van traversed through Chandal, Kanthal, Roulka, Doulka, Chak Haria, Chhan Lal Din, Chak Desa Choudharian, Khanpur, and Borthain North Panchayats, engaging with diverse sections of society.
Beneficiaries from all walks of life, encompassing farmers, women, patients, youth, and marginalized segments, expressed heartfelt gratitude to the government for the invaluable support extended through various flagship schemes and initiatives. The initiative has been instrumental in benefiting numerous individuals, fostering empowerment and inclusivity.
Under the Meri Kahaani, Meri Zubaani initiative, beneficiaries who have availed services shared their experiences, lauding the seamless delivery of services. Their testimonials reflected the impact and effectiveness of these government-driven initiatives.
The programme encompassed a multifaceted approach, including awareness lectures on various government welfare schemes by resource persons, pledges towards the Viksit Bharat Sankalp, free medical camps, and the organization of cultural and sports events.
Additionally, various departments highlighted welfare, employment, insurance, social security, and income generation-based schemes through dedicated stalls, and providing attendees with comprehensive information.
The overwhelming participation of block officers, officials from line departments, Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs), students, and locals underscored the success of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra programmes across the aforementioned Panchayats. The collective engagement showcased a unified commitment towards the development and progress of the region.
The programme stands as a beacon of empowerment, emphasizing the government's commitment to ensuring the holistic welfare and growth of every segment of society. The continued momentum of such initiatives promises a brighter, more inclusive future for the communities of Kathua.