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Promising Governance, progress: BJP's popularity in J&K
5/26/2023 9:50:50 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 26: Progress and promising governance are enigmas of BJP's popularity across the region as the party has made a superiority in the political arena by making the population realize the importance of good governance in the real sense. This was expressed by BJP District President Jammu South Rekha Mahajan during the Pravas of BJP Mahila Morcha National Vice President Pooja Kapil Mishra in the City of Temples Jammu and visited Anganwadi centre in Jammu under the National Migration program in Trikuta Nagar, Bahu Constituency falls under District Jammu South.
During the interactive session with Anganwadi workers, BJP National Mahila Morcha Vice President Pooja Kapil Mishra said the outbreak of the pandemic, the nation's 2.7 million Anganwadi workers became frontline responders in their communities. She remarked Anganwadi workers are a resilient workforce and can adapt very quickly to difficult circumstances. She said the contribution of passionate women who work as Anganwadi workers must be recognized by the formal governance systems in J&K. Pooja Kapil Mishra shared her experience and interaction with Anganwadi workers and what India must do to enhance the systems. They deserve a better deal as they are committed and dedicated despite being grossly underpaid. She added that Anganwadis are the primary units of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS), the world's largest State-promoted social program. ICDS was launched on October 2, 1975, with about 5,000 Anganwadis to deliver high-quality healthcare, nutrition, community education, pre-school non-formal education, immunization, as well as referral services. The aim is to reduce infant mortality and child malnutrition, Pooja Kapil Mishra said.
Rekha Mahajan admired the work done by Anganwadi workers in Jammu and paid special homage, and gratitude was expressed to Anganwadi workers who were at the frontline of helping the nation during Covid-19. She said the Prime Minister pronounced in association with the Ministry of Health that the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Insurance Package for those Anganwadi workers who are designated by district and state authorities to work in Covid times will also cover such workers up to Rs 50 lakh,". Rekha said the government has increased the honorarium of Anganwadi workers to Rs 4,500 per month from Rs 1,400 in 2008. The honorarium of mini Anganwadi has increased from Rs 750 per month to Rs 3,500 per month, she said.
In the meantime, National MM Vice President Pooja Kapil Mishra and Rekha Mahajan along with other team members also attended the exhibition on the G20 Painting in the Govt Higher Secondary School at Satwari Cantt Jammu South and also chaired a Booth meeting in Ramleela Ground, Kunjwani after that also takes part in holy occasion of Arti in Halki Pawdi, sound and light show in Bagh E Bahu.
Pooja Kapil Mishra said It's for the first time in the past 70 years that J&K would be hosting an international event like G-20, and the occasion offers UT a chance to rise to the occasion of exhibiting its market prospects, and ecotourism ventures. She said "G20 Summit in Kashmir is set to boost tourism in J&K, providing a platform for the state to showcase its beauty to the world.
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