Mokokchung, 20 November (MTNews): Hundreds of villagers enthusiastically participated in the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) events held across eight villages in Dimapur, Tuensang, and Mokokchung districts today, availing themselves of Aadhar authentication, on-the-spot Ujjwala scheme registration, and banking services, a PIB report said.
Nagaland identified Dimapur, Tuensang, and Mokokchung districts as Rural Tribal locations for the ongoing VBSY, set to be followed by Rural and Urban campaigns. LED-mounted VBSY outreach vans accompanied all campaigns, showcasing government welfare schemes, their benefits, and success stories.
The programs, enriched with cultural performances, featured beneficiaries sharing personal testimonies of the positive impact and success of the welfare schemes. Notable highlights included a drone display for agricultural purposes and the distribution of calendars and other publicity materials.
In Dimapur, the VBSY campaign was held at Padum Pukhri village, Purana Bazar B village, Toluvi village, and Bamunpukhri village. The events featured health camps, on-the-spot Ujjwala scheme registration, banking services, and Aadhar authentication, providing crucial services to the villagers. District authorities explained various government welfare schemes, emphasizing their benefits.
In Mokokchung district, Sutsu village and Kinunger village under Ongpangkong block witnessed an impressive turnout of villagers, government officials, and beneficiaries during the campaign.
The fifth day of VBSY was also held at Sangsomong and New Sangsomong villages under Longkhim Block, Tuensang District. The program featured a pledge-taking ceremony, cultural performances, and a demonstration of drone technology in agriculture by the VBSY Nodal officer Aicheng K and his team.
The yatra, flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Jharkhand’s Khunti village on November 15, aims to generate awareness about the Central government’s welfare schemes and policies, ensuring 100 percent saturation of flagship government initiatives.