ANANTNAG : Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra Monday extended its reach to various parts of far flung areas of Larnoo and Kokernag including Gawran, Matihindoo, Gundiraman, Bidhard and Dandipora.
On the occasion, the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s message was broadcasted through IEC vans to general public at several designated spots in Block Larnoo and Block Kokernag to raise awareness about diverse welfare schemes, encouraging active participation in the spirit of “Jan Bhagidari” to achieve 100% saturation.
The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra goes beyond mere promises, showcasing tangible improvements and in Anantnag it surpassed expectations, bringing together over 2.50 lakh enthusiastic participants. This extraordinary journey seamlessly united citizens across 335 Gram Panchayats and 138 Urban local bodies, with its momentum growing each passing day.
Traversing 16 diverse blocks and 10 municipalities, including areas with a vibrant tribal presence, the Yatra presented a picture of empowerment and community engagement, fostering a collective vision for national development. Its impact is palpable, creating a shared narrative of progress and inclusivity resonating throughout District Anantnag.
In District Anantnag, Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra camps transformed into vibrant hubs pulsating with activity as people enthusiastically engaged in events and availed themselves of on-the-spot services. Health camps, a crucial facet of the Yatra, played a pivotal role by offering screenings to 93,347 individuals, addressing prevalent health concerns, including TB (20,675 screenings), sickle cell anemia (518 screenings), and non-communicable diseases. This achievement reflects the Yatra’s impact in promoting health and well-being, connecting citizens with essential government initiatives for their betterment.
The collective efforts of over 16,097 dedicated My Bharat volunteers and an impressive 2.28 lakh individuals who pledged the transformative “Sankalp Pledge” in District Anantnag exemplify a shared vision for positive change.
Accolades were bestowed upon noteworthy contributors, including 1,288 remarkable women, 3,601 dedicated students, 396 local artists adding cultural vibrancy, and 397 accomplished sports personalities, celebrating individual excellence and the diversity inherent in India’s developmental journey.
Diversifying from its agricultural focal point, the Yatra proactively involved farmers through a comprehensive outreach, encompassing enlightening drone demonstrations and in-depth Soil Health Card demonstrations.
At the core of this enchanting event were the myriad tales of individual triumphs, as 9,777 beneficiaries poured their hearts into the ‘Meri Kahani Meri Zubani’ sessions. These heartfelt narratives wove a tapestry of touching accounts, illustrating the profound and transformative impact of government schemes on their lives.
The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra transcends being a mere initiative; it stands as a people-driven movement led by the Government of India, symbolizing a steadfast commitment to inclusive development.