Faridabad, 29 November 23 – Haryana Chief Minister, Sh Manohar Lal will launch the ‘Viksit Bharat Jan Samvad Sankalp Yatra’ on November 30 by flagging off the van from Fatehpur Biloch village in Faridabad district. The Yatra aims to bring the welfare initiatives of the Central and State Governments to every household, ensuring the upliftment of individuals at the grassroots level in the spirit of Antyodaya.
Dr. Amit Agrawal, Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister and Director General of Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department, assessed the preparations for the ‘Viksit Bharat Jan Samvad Sankalp Yatra’ in Fatehpur Biloch village and provided the necessary guidance to the district administration officials.
Dr. Agrawal said that as India is heading towards joining the developed countries of the world, it instills pride in the citizens. The objective of the Viksit Bharat Jan Samvad Sankalp Yatra is to instill a sense of pride among the general public. Emphasizing the spirit of Antyodaya, he stressed the importance of reaching every government scheme to the marginalized sections of society.
Dr. Amit Agrawal when our country is on the path of progress, it is a matter of great pride for all of us. Today, Indians have showcased their talent globally, affirming their capabilities across various fields. Our nation’s population stands as our greatest asset, and individuals from India have left an indelible impact in every corner of the world through their noteworthy contributions and achievements.
The goal of the Viksit Bharat-Jan Samvad Sankalp Yatra is to ensure that every Indian gains access to the benefits of government schemes and takes pride in contributing to the country’s progress. Emphasizing the importance of connecting with people, he stressed the need to inform them about the nation’s advancements. Encouraging the involvement of children in these programs, he envisioned them drawing inspiration for the future.
The Chief Minister, Sh Manohar Lal, is set to inaugurate the Yatra by flagging off a specially prepared van from Fatehpur Biloch village on Thursday. During the event, the Chief Minister will administer an oath to citizens, urging them to make an unparalleled contribution towards achieving a developed India by 2047. Various departments will also set up stalls, showcasing their respective public welfare schemes and providing information on the benefits available to the public during this period.
Faridabad Police Commissioner Rakesh Arya, Deputy Commissioner Vikram Singh, Ballabhgarh DCP Rajesh Duggal, Additional Director of Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department Dr. Kuldeep Saini, and officials from various departments were also present on this occasion.