Keeping in mind those who have been deprived of the projects announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the government has taken another program for about 3 months. It has been named as the Biksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra. Along with the whole country it launched in Tripura also on Wednesday. Along with this Janjati Gaurav Diwas was celebrated at the Rabindra Bhavan in the capital Agartala on this day through a ceremony. At the same time, on this day, the second phase of Sushasan Abhiyan in each house has also been launched.
Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp.
Speaking on the occasion later, Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha said that the Bharat Sankalp Yatra program developed with the aim of delivering the benefits of the projects and services to the people within time has been started. The objective of this program is to reach out to all the beneficiaries who are not getting the benefits despite being eligible. In this program there are special projects giving priority to tribal areas. Chief Minister highlighted about this special project.
He further said that various projects of the government will be presented to the people through the Biksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra. The two mobile vehicles are officially launched on Wednesday
At the same time, the second phase of good governance campaign has been started. All the benefits which have not reached the last person through this campaign will be passed on to the last person. The Bharat Sankalp Yatra which started from this day will continue till January 26, 2024.
The prime minister of the country always speaks of the last person in the society. The Chief Minister expressed the opinion that the overall development will not be possible if the facilities of various projects are not reached to the last person of the society.
He also said that the Prime Minister announced that November 15 will be observed as Janjati Gaurav Diwas to highlight the traditions, culture of Janjati to the future generations. Central and State Governments are committed to deliver the benefits and services of government flagship schemes to the eligible beneficiaries within time.
Minister of Tribal Welfare Department Bikas Debbarma, Minister Shukla Charan Noatia, State Chief Secretary JK Sinha, State Director General of Police Amitabh Ranjan and officials of other departments were also present on the occasion.
The chief minister urged people from all parts of the state to participate in the three-month-long program that has been undertaken in a new way.