Pulwama : Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, a transformative journey that commenced on November 25, 2023, has triumphantly progressed through Pulwama District, leaving an indelible mark on both urban and rural landscapes. The Yatra, committed to the holistic development of the region, meticulously covered the panchayats and urban areas, ensuring the saturation of beneficiary-oriented schemes.
The latest milestone in the Yatra’s expedition is its profound reach into the villages of Pulwama District, underscoring an unwavering commitment to inclusivity. Through a strategic deployment of Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) vans, the Yatra facilitated the dissemination of crucial information, traversing the length and breadth of the District. These vans, serving as mobile conduits of knowledge, carried the message of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, fostering awareness and connectivity among the residents.
The essence of Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra lies in reaching the last person in the mile, ensuring that every individual benefits from the various schemes of the Government. The mission of this Yatra has not been merely geographical; it has been about touching lives and embodying the spirit of development.
Highlighting the commitment to transparency and engagement, the events included the recitation of the Sankalp Pledge by participants who pledged to become ambassadors of the Prime Minister’s vision. Attendees were also treated to a recorded message from the Hon’ble Prime Minister, emphasizing the importance of collective progress for Viksit Bharat.
The Yatra, aptly named, has lived up to its promise of fostering a developed region. The residents of Pulwama have embraced the Yatra’s objectives, actively participating in events and expressing their dedication to incorporating the Prime Minister’s message into their lives.
As the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra continues its journey, it leaves in its wake a strengthened resolve among the people of Pulwama to actively contribute to the ongoing narrative of a developed and progressive Nation.
SMC extends reach of the VBS Yatra in Srinagar
Srinagar : Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) successfully extended the reach of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) camp on Tuesday with a series of events held at Qamarwari.
The VBSY camp provided a valuable platform for officers and officials from various departments to interact with the local community, fostering an environment of collaboration and knowledge-sharing. Representatives from diverse departments took the opportunity to explain the core objectives and procedural intricacies of their respective schemes, with the aim of bridging the information gap and ensuring that citizens are fully informed about the numerous benefits and assistance available to them.
The event at Qamarwari marks a significant step forward in the SMC’s efforts to engage with the community and ensure that essential information reaches the citizens.
VBS Yatra IEC van continues its movement across Block Larnoo Ang
Anantnag : The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, a transformative initiative spearheaded by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is making significant strides in Block Larnoo Anantnag, witnessing overwhelming public participation during its visit to Deesu, Gadvail, Khrety, Larnoo, Kharpora, Arthur, Rein, and Nowbugh. Initiated from Khunti, Jharkhand, on November 15, the Yatra aims to create awareness about diverse welfare schemes and foster active participation in the spirit of “Jan Bhagidari” to achieve 100% saturation.
The Government of India’s unprecedented effort is set to touch every corner of the nation, spanning 2.60 lakh Gram Panchayats and over 4000 urban local bodies by January 25, 2024.
The Yatra, extending beyond promises, showcases tangible improvements and has exceeded expectations in Anantnag, uniting over 2.50 lakh participants across 335 Gram Panchayats and 138 Urban local bodies. In District Anantnag, the Yatra camps transformed into lively hubs, engaging people in events and offering on-the-spot services. Health camps played a crucial role, screening 93,347 individuals for prevalent health concerns such as TB, sickle cell anemia, and non-communicable diseases.
Over 16,097 My Bharat volunteers and 2.28 lakh individuals pledged the transformative “Sankalp Pledge” in District Anantnag. Noteworthy contributors, including 1,288 women, 3,601 students, 396 local artists, and 397 sports personalities, received accolades for their dedication. The Yatra actively involved farmers through drone demonstrations and Soil Health Card sessions, promoting sustainable Natural Farming practices. It celebrated milestones in 100% JJM saturation, ODF+ status, and Digitization of Land Records. At the core were 9,777 beneficiaries sharing their stories in “Meri Kahani Meri Zubani” sessions, illustrating the profound impact of government schemes on their lives.
The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra transcends being an initiative; it stands as a people-driven movement for inclusive development. This journey reflects India’s commitment to holistic development, engaging, educating, and uplifting every citizen towards shared progress.
VBS Yatra: Bridging gap, reaching the unreached population
Reasi : To cover all left out beneficiaries of several Central Government schemes by reaching them directly, Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra Van on Tuesday reached 4 more panchayats of district Reasi covering Kothian and Mallas of the district.
The IEC Van having information, education and communication (IEC) materials like pamphlets, and booklets on the various central government schemes spread public awareness at various places in the district as per a pre-defined schedule.
The Van is equipped with a sound system and digital LED screen to showcase videos of the Prime Minister’s address, videos of beneficiaries and some other small awareness movies. During the event, attendees took the Sankalp (pledge) in line with the vision of the Viksit Bharat campaign.
Earlier, on its arrival, the Yatra was enthusiastically welcomed at these Panchayats. The local People and representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions and government officials attended the events at the respective location amid a dynamic cultural events and myriads of initiatives.
As the program unfolded, the functionaries interacted with the locals and provided information about different flagship government schemes and initiatives. Free medical camps were held to provide free health services to the local people at their doorsteps.
The Yatra has been rolled out with the intention to reach out to the unreached population and make the general masses aware of the multitude of government schemes, including the Jal Jeevan Mission, Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, Jan Dhan Yojana, PM Awas Yojana, PM PRANAM Yojana and Urea Subsidy Scheme and the process to avail benefits.
VBS Yatra progresses across 11 blocks of Ramban with huge public response
Ramban : Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra on Tuesday extended its reach to various parts of blocks Banihal including Panchayat Tethar Lower, Takia Tethar and ward no. 2 in Ramban town.
On the occasion, the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s message was broadcasted through IEC vans to the general public at designated spots to raise awareness about diverse welfare schemes, encouraging active participation in the spirit of “Jan Bhagidari” to achieve 100% saturation.
Traversing 11 diverse blocks and various wards of 3 Municipalities of the district under the guidance of Deputy Commissioner, Ramban, Baseer- Ul-Haq Chaudhary, the Yatra presented a picture of empowerment and community engagement, fostering a collective vision for national development
In District Ramban, Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra camps transformed into vibrant hubs pulsating with activity as people enthusiastically engaged in events and availed themselves of on-the-spot services.
A huge number of people were checked by the doctors for TB, sickle cell anemia, and non-communicable diseases during health camps held in various panchayats. Meanwhile, Agriculture and allied departments involved farmers through a comprehensive outreach, encompassing enlightening drone demonstrations and in-depth Soil Health Card demonstrations.
In the majority of Panchayats, the Yatra transcends mere awareness, featuring interactive sessions spotlighting technological advancements in agriculture and nutritional awareness led by Poshan (ICDS) officials. Furthermore, the Yatra provides access to free healthcare services under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, with beneficiaries sharing their positive experiences through the ‘Mari Kahaani Meri Zubaani’ initiative, adding a personal touch to the Yatra’s profound impact.
The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra transcends being a mere initiative; it stands as a people-driven movement led by the Government of India, symbolizing a steadfast commitment to inclusive development.
VBS Yatra showcases significant progress at public locations in Chatroo Sub Divn
Kishtwar : Today marked a pivotal juncture in the ongoing proceedings of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra in district Kishtwar, which took center stage across multiple public venues including PHC Chatroo, Chingam, Doga, and Chatroo Bus Stand.
BMO Chatroo, Dr. Saima, played a pivotal role by distributing 20 Ayushman Bharat Golden Cards, amplifying healthcare access for the community.
The IEC Van, a beacon of information dissemination, showcased the Hon’ble PM’s message, highlighting the tangible impact of various Flagship and Centrally Sponsored schemes on the ground.
In an enlightening session, Kalash Nath engaged the participants, delivering insightful lectures and fostering awareness about citizen-centric schemes, leaving an indelible mark on the attendees across these pivotal locations.
This collective effort underscores a commitment to empowering citizens and fostering informed participation in transformative initiatives for a thriving Bharat.
VBS Yatra leaves lasting impact in Udhampur Distt Panchayats
Udhampur : The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra made an impactful journey through Sattani & Jaganoo Panchayats in Udhampur district.
The day commenced with the arrival of the IEC Van, paving the way for an inaugural movie screening, vibrant cultural performances, and the administration of the Viksit Bharat Pledge, enthusiastically embraced by participants.
Throughout the day, government officials actively engaged with the local community, disseminating information about various government schemes and fostering meaningful interactions with beneficiaries. The ‘Meri Kahani, Meri Zubaani’ segment added a personal touch, featuring firsthand accounts from beneficiaries who enriched the event with their diverse experiences of government initiatives. The Yatra garnered substantial participation from citizens, PRIs, officials representing diverse departments, and notable community figures, exemplifying a collective commitment to progress and development.
VBS Yatra: Celebration of dev and empowerment advances across Samba District
Samba: The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, a nationwide outreach initiative by the Government of India, was successfully conducted in the urban area of Ramgarh Tehsil, and Panchayats Palli and Kartholi within Block Bari Brahmana on Tuesday.
The Yatra aims to enlighten and empower citizens about various flagship schemes and programs launched by the Government, such as Ayushman Bharat, Ujjwala Yojana, Jan Dhan Yojana, and more. The Yatra also strives for 100% saturation of these welfare initiatives, ensuring that no eligible beneficiary is left out.
The event witnessed an overwhelming participation of people from all walks of life, who warmly embraced the Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) van that visited their areas. The residents actively engaged in various activities, such as quizzes, games, and interactive sessions, that enhanced their awareness and understanding of the Government’s schemes and services. They also attentively listened to Hon’ble PM Modi’s message, in which he urged them to join hands in the mission of building a Viksit Bharat by 2047. The participants enthusiastically took the Sankalp pledge, dedicating themselves to the vision of a developed and prosperous India.
The event also provided a platform for the beneficiaries of the Government’s schemes to share their success stories through the “Meri Kahani Meri Zubani” initiative. They highlighted the tangible benefits and positive impacts that they have experienced in their lives, such as improved health, enhanced income, better education, and increased dignity. Their testimonies inspired and motivated others to avail the benefits of the schemes and become agents of change in their communities.
Adding to the festive ambiance of the event were cultural performances by students from local schools, who showcased their talents and creativity through songs, dances, skits, and poe The event also offered on-site services to the attendees, such as health camps, eye check-ups, Aadhaar enrollment, bank account opening, and gas connection registration. The event was graced by the presence of the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRI) representatives, who spoke on the occasion and appreciated the Government’s efforts in reaching out to the people and addressing their needs and aspirations.
The event garnered widespread acclaim and positive feedback from all segments of society, reflecting its resounding success. The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra has not only created a wave of awareness and empowerment among the citizens, but also instilled a sense of pride and confidence in them, as they look forward to a brighter and better future for themselves and the Nation.
VBS Yatra captivates Chack Gadha Dhar, Badala and Chack Desa Singh Panchayats in Block Kathua
Kathua : The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, the ambitious outreach campaign, made a significant impact at Chack Gadha Dhar, Badala and Chack Desa Singh Panchayats in Block Kathua, on Tuesday.
Despite challenging weather conditions, the inhabitants of these areas displayed remarkable enthusiasm and turned out in large numbers to witness the campaign.
The heart of the campaign is the Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) Van, which not only disseminates valuable information about government tailor-made schemes but also carries a special message from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The message outlines a visionary roadmap for Viksit Bharat by 2047, emphasizing the need for inclusive participation from all stakeholders.
Amidst ongoing Yatra, a number of Health Check up camps are being organised across the district besides Abhinandan Patras are also being distributed to the panchayats attaining ODF Plus status.
Apart from these, Sankalp pledge was also administered as a vindication to actively participate and contribute in the nationwide campaign paving the way for developed and empowered India.
The Yatra has successfully attracted people from all walks of life, showcasing the widespread interest and support for the initiative. The residents of Chack Gadha Dhar, Badala and Chack Desa Singh Panchayats actively engaged with the campaign, eager to learn about the various schemes and the transformative vision outlined by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Speaking about the campaign, PRIs expressed gratitude for the overwhelming response from the local communities. “The success of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra in Chack Gadha Dhar, Badala and Chack Desa Singh Panchayats is a testament to the collective commitment towards building a developed India by 2047. The active participation of people from diverse backgrounds is crucial for the success of this transformative journey.”
As the Yatra continues its journey, it remains committed to fostering awareness, encouraging participation, and building a united front to achieve the vision of a developed India by 2047.
VBS Yatra: IEC Van traverses through Panchayats of block Budhal Old & Khawas in Rajouri Distt
Rajouri : Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) is gaining momentum in Rajouri, driving the implementation of various government schemes and bringing about comprehensive development in the district.
The VBSY IEC van traveled through the panchayats of Panihad, Sokar, Rehan B, Tarkassi, Gundi, Badhal B, Bahinamble and Badhal-A of Budhal Old and Khawas block of Rajouri district.
The initiative aims to reach out to underserved areas and ensure the effective execution of government programs, thereby improving the lives of the residents.
To effectively communicate and create awareness about these initiatives, an Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) van has been deployed as an essential part of the Yatra. This mobile communication platform has played a crucial role in engaging with local communities and equipping them with the necessary knowledge to benefit from government schemes.
The VBSY has achieved remarkable success in implementing various government schemes in Rajouri District. These schemes, designed to enhance the quality of life and provide essential services, have been executed with exceptional efficiency on the ground. As a result, the community has experienced tangible benefits and witnessed positive changes in their daily lives.
The impact of the Yatra can be seen in improved access to healthcare, education, and basic amenities, as well as the overall progress of Rajouri District. This initiative has been meticulously planned and executed to align with the core objective of holistic development, leaving a lasting and positive impact on the community.
The VBSY represents progress and collaboration, embodying the spirit of Viksit Bharat Sankalp. By bringing government schemes to the grassroots level and ensuring comprehensive coverage, it has created a platform for empowerment and upliftment. This transformative journey in Rajouri District stands as an exemplary model of effective governance, community engagement, and collective determination to build a better and prosperous India.