Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Vikasit Bharat Sankalpa Yatra launched for development goals

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Solomon Arokiaraj, Joint Secretary of the Department of Economic Affairs, urged citizens, officials, public representatives, and volunteers to engage in the Vikasit Bharat Sankalpa Yatra, aligning with the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The yatra aims to propel India towards development goals, with the government implementing various welfare schemes designed to elevate the nation to developed status by 2047. Inaugurating the Vikasit Bharat Sankalpa Yatra at the in Malkapuram, Solomon Arokiaraj, emphasized the central government’s commitment to design and implement various welfare schemes. These initiatives strive to propel India into the ranks of developed nations by 2047 while ensuring financial benefits for all eligible individuals.
Highlighting the ambitious goals, Arokiaraj explained that India, currently the world’s 5th largest economy, aspires to become the 3rd largest economy in the near future. The Sankalpa Yatra aims to create two crore women millionaires and extends numerous welfare programs for women and youth. The government has already provided houses and infrastructure facilities to meet basic needs. Arokiaraj outlined the objectives of several schemes, including Ayushman Bharat Yojana, PM Awas Yojana, PM Poshan Abhiyan, Deenadayal Antyodaya Yojana, PM Ujwal Yojana, PM Garib Kalyan Yojana, PM Bhartiya Jan Aushadhi Pariyojana, and more.
He stressed the importance of water for welfare and economic benefits and noted the significant allocations made in the central budget for the development of roads, railway lines, and ports. The ongoing Vikasit Bharat Sankalpa Yatra programs in Visakhapatnam aim to create awareness about the various benefits and welfare schemes offered, encouraging eligible beneficiaries to register their names for government attention.
Later in the program, Arokyaraj visited stalls, provided gas connections to beneficiaries, distributed gifts to students, and took the Viksit Bharat Sankalpa Yatra pledge with attendees. State Secretary Surendra Mohan urged India to strive for development, highlighting that 11 crore people have already received free gas connections worth Rs. 7 thousand under the Ujjwala scheme. GVMC Additional Commissioner S.S. Verma emphasized the importance of registering names installed for various schemes, facilitating the delivery of welfare benefits. The program also showcased the Eco Vizag initiative to develop Visakhapatnam as an eco-friendly city for the health protection of its residents.

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