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PM interacts with beneficiaries of Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra in Morigaon

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HT Correspondent

MORIGAON, Dec 9: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday virtually interacted with beneficiaries of the ‘Brikshit Bharat Sankalpa Yatra’ programme at Dighalbari Gaon Panchayat under Bhurbandha development block in Morigaon district.

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The programme was broadcast live.

While delivering the inaugural address, chief executive officer of the Zila Parishad, Lakhi Nandan Saharia  said that the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra program was conducted to create awareness among the people about the flagship schemes of the government.

“If a person is eligible, but has not received the benefits of government schemes, he can get the benefits of various schemes during this programme,” said Lakhi Nandan Saharia.

Moreover, central observer of Bharat Bikash Sankalp Yatra of  Morigaon district, Bhramar Jyoti Brahma highlighted various flagship schemes of the government and said that many people are not aware of the government schemes due to lack of proper publicity. He also said that there is a huge potential in fish farming in Morigaon district and urged the public to work extensively in this direction.

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The meeting was attended by beneficiaries of various schemes, many of who also received letters of approval and certificates under various government schemes.

As part of the meeting, the department of agriculture organized a demonstration of nano urea using drone technology.

District commissioner Devashish Sharma, superintendent of police Hemant Kumar Das, district development commissioner Devayani Chowdhury, additional district commissioners, senior officials, heads of various departments, office bearers of village panchayat and heads of various departments were also present on the occasion.

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