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Ujjwala Scheme and Banking Services Draw Hundreds in VBSY Events

Hundreds of villagers attended the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra events held in eight villages in Dimapur, Tuensang, and Mokokchung , taking advantage of Aadhar authentication, on-the-spot registration for the Ujjwala system, and banking services.

The VBSY campaign was held in Padum Pukhri village, Purana Bazar B village, Toluvi village, and Bamunpukhri village in Dimapur’s Chumoukedima block. During the campaigns, the villagers received health care, on-the-spot registration for the Ujjwala system, banking services, and Aadhar authentication. Officials from the district authority outlined the government’s different assistance packages to the people.

For Nagaland, three districts namely Dimapur, Tuensang and Mokokchung had been identified as Rural Tribal locations which will be followed by Rural and Urban campaigns. All the campaigns in the three districts are accompanied by LED mounted VBSY outreach vans which showcases the government welfare schemes, their benefits and success stories.

Apart from cultural programmes, beneficiaries of the welfare schemes gave personal testimonies on the benefits and success of the schemes. Other highlights of the programmes were drone display for agricultural purposes and distribution of calendars and other publicity materials.

In Mokokchung district, the campaign was conducted at Sutsun village and Kinunger village under Ongpangkong block. A large number of villagers, government officials and beneficiaries attended the programmes.

The fifth day of VBSY was held in Sangsomong and New Sangsomong village, Tuensang District. The event was attended by EAC Keyileitang Ntang Longkhim, BDO Sademongba Sangtam, SMO \I Taka Pongener, Aicheng K Nodal officer BBFCL, village elders, village chairmans, and the general public.

The program began with a brief introduction of VBSY, followed by a pledge to take ‘Hamara Sankalp Visksit Bharat’. Village women performed a special song and folk dance. VBSY Nodal officer Aicheng K demonstrated drone technology in agriculture.

The yatra was flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Jharkhand’s Khunti village on the 15th November. The aim of the yatra is to generate awareness regarding Central government’s welfare schemes and policies to ensure 100 percent saturation of flagship government schemes.

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