New Delhi: The Union Information and Broadcasting Department has announced that the Sankalp Yatra for a developed India, a massive nationwide public relations campaign of the Central Government, will begin on November 15.
The Central Information and Broadcasting Department has planned a campaign to bring the programs of the Central Government to the people. Apoorva Chandra, Secretary of the Department, said: “The Sankalpa Yatra for a developed India will begin on November 15 to bring the central government’s welfare programs to villages across the country. The yatra will begin after Diwali. More than 2,700 vans equipped with communication facilities will be deployed for this purpose. are used.
These vans are chariot shaped. Focused on information, education and communication, these vans will be equipped with modern communication devices. These include Wi-Fi, screens, loudspeakers, and live chat facilities. Prime Minister Modi will appear on this screen and answer some questions of the people.
The pilgrimage is scheduled to begin on the birth anniversary of tribal leader Birsa Munda. First these vans will go to tribal areas. These vans will go to more than 14,000 locations connecting 2.5 lakh gram panchayats and 3,700 municipalities. This awareness campaign will be done through video, leaflets and booklets.
This campaign is planned with the aim of bringing about the 20 public welfare schemes of the Central Government among the people. Specifically, the farmers will get Rs. 6,000 scheme, house-to-house drinking water connection scheme, Prime Minister’s house building scheme and credit card scheme for farmers will be spread awareness.
The pilgrimage will cover all parts of the country. There will be a responsible officer on behalf of the central government. He will co-ordinate the campaign with state officials. The Yatra will meet people who have benefited from the schemes of the central government and also those who have not benefited. This campaign yatra will not be started now in the 5 states Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Mizoram where assembly elections have been announced. Yatra will start in these states only after the election,” said Apoorva Chandra.