Javiad Sagar ANANTNAG, 05-December:
The inaugural week of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra in District Anantnag has proven to be a resounding success, with over 81,000 participants from 168 Gram Panchayats, setting higher standards in prompt public service delivery.
The Sankalp Yatra, spanning all blocks, including tribal areas, has become a vibrant tapestry of empowerment and engagement, showcasing a collective commitment to national development and integration.
Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra camps have emerged as dynamic hubs, attracting enthusiastic individuals engaging in organized events and on-the-spot services. Health camps, a cornerstone of the Yatra, have witnessed an impressive turnout, screening 10,656 individuals for various health parameters, including TB, sickle cell anemia, and NCD. Notably, 190 individuals have registered for the PM Ujjwala Yojana, highlighting the campaign’s success in raising awareness about welfare schemes.
The Yatra symbolizes India’s commitment to development, with over 540 My Bharat volunteers and 75,000 individuals pledging allegiance to the transformative “Sankalp Pledge.” Recognition was extended to 753 women, 2151 students, 218 local artists, and 301 sports personalities for their inspiring contributions.
Going beyond showcasing agricultural development, the Yatra empowered farmers with drone demonstrations and Soil Health Card demonstrations, emphasizing natural farming practices. Government flagship schemes celebrated remarkable success, with Gram Panchayats achieving 100% Ayushman Card saturation, 100% JJM saturation, and ODF+ status.
Individual success stories take center stage, with 2269 beneficiaries sharing their transformative experiences through “Meri Kahani Meri Zubani.”
The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra stands as the largest-ever outreach initiative by the Government of India, reflecting its unwavering commitment to inclusive development and aiming for 100% saturation of benefits to every citizen. The Yatra signifies a significant stride towards this goal through meticulous outreach, information dissemination, and citizen empowerment.