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Modi Govt's beneficiary schemes empower general public: Pooja
5/27/2023 10:11:44 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 27: Pooja Kapil Mishra, Vice President of BJP National Mahila Morcha, emphasized the commitment of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) towards all sections of society in the union territory of J&K. As part of a public outreach program in Jammu District South, Mishra, accompanied by BJP District President Jammu South Rekha Mahajan, conducted an extensive tour to ward no.52 in Trikuta Nagar Bahu Constituency. They interacted with hundreds of beneficiaries, highlighting the benefits of the various central government schemes led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
During the interaction, Mishra expressed that the numerous schemes rolled out by the Modi-led government ensure that people across the nation, regardless of caste or creed, are uplifted socio-economically. She commended the role of BJP karyakartas, particularly praising Rekha Mahajan, for their outstanding work in Jammu South and their dedication to addressing the genuine concerns of the public.
Mishra specifically highlighted several centrally sponsored schemes aimed at the welfare of the underprivileged, including Har Ghar Jal (Jal Jeevan Mission), Har Ghar Shauchalay (Swachh Bharat Mission), Har Ghar Bijli (Saubhagya Yojana), Har Ghar Gas Cylinder (Ujjwala Yojana), Har Ghar Ration (Gareeb Kalyan Yojana), Har Ghar Bank Account (Jan Dhan Yojana), Har Ghar Swasthya (Ayushman Yojana), Har Ghar Teeka (Largest Vaccine Drive), and Har Ghar Pakka Ghar (PM Awas Yojana). Mishra asserted that these schemes have transformed the lives of the poorest sections of society, providing them with dignity and an improved standard of living.
Rekha Mahajan, in her address, reiterated the BJP's commitment to delivering these welfare schemes to all entitled beneficiaries in District Jammu South without discrimination. She mentioned the party's plan to organize "laabhartis' (beneficiaries) sammelans" to celebrate nine years of the Modi government, where beneficiaries of specific schemes will be identified and invited to attend. Divya Jain also expressed her gratitude and delivered a vote of thanks during the interactive session with the beneficiaries.
The event served as a platform to showcase the positive impact of the Modi government's initiatives on the lives of the people, fostering support and confidence among the beneficiaries.
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