Around 1.5 lac people have so far attended VBSY in Kupwara

KUPWARA, DECEMBER 20: Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) a transformative initiative aimed at saturating government schemes continues in frontier Kupwara district with much fervour and enthusiasm amid massive public participation.
During the campaign, around 1.5 lac people and beneficiaries of Kupwara district have been reached-out by the various departments in 340 Panchayats, out of total 385 Panchayats of the district.
The Yatra has made a significant impact on the lives of many people in the district. During the campaign, 42906 people have been screened in Health camps. Similarly, 17462 persons have been screened for TB. 2218 Awards were given to women achievers of the district during the VBSY, 6898 students and 441 local artists were felicitated with awards. 242 Panchayats of the district have been saturated with 100% Ayushman cards.
Today, different activities were organised under Viksit Bharat Sakalp Yatra in 9 Panchayats of Wavoora block which include; Sever, Thandipora, Shumryal, Surigam, Warnow A, Warnow B, Wanow C, Warnow D, wavoora A and Wavoora B.
The VBSY events saw enthusiastic participation from the community, PRIs and departments. In these Panchayats, the program commenced with the earnest message of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, setting the tone for the Yatra’s objectives.
Pledge ceremonies resonated with commitment as participants vowed to contribute to the transformative journey.
Showcasing the power of drone technology in agriculture and allied activities remained the main attraction of the campaign. Cultural performances by local students added vibrancy to the events displaying the rich folk traditions of the area.
Beneficiaries shared personal stories of how government schemes had positively transformed their lives, echoing the theme ‘Meri Kahani Meri Zubani’.
Residents of far-flung areas of Kupwara district have expressed their appreciation for the government’s efforts to reach out to them.

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