In a move to disseminate information about the various spectrum of centrally-sponsored schemes in all parts of the states, a five-day long photo exhibition on the theme ‘Bharat Nirman’ was set into motion Tuesday at Kiyamba Ningshing Shanglen (Bishnupur Town Hall) in Bishnupur district headquarters.
The exhibition which would continue till October 20 is being organized by the Field Exhibition Office, Directorate of Advertising & Visual Publicity (DAVP), ministry of information & broadcasting, government of India, Imphal in collaboration with Bishnupur Municipal Council (BMC).
Inaugurating the campaign, Laishram Lolindro, chairperson BMC lauded government of India for launching various projects for the welfare of the public.
The photos were a testimony of what have been done by the central government, he said, adding that BMC was implementing some of the centrally-sponsored schemes with success in its jurisdiction.
The chairperson also praised DAVP, Imphal for bringing photo exhibition program in Bishnupur with the aims of creating mass awareness about the programs & policies of the government. ‘It’s an eye-opener for me’ said Maisnam Bimola, vice-chairperson, BMC, who graced the occasion as guest of honour.
She also informed that she would ask students and public to visit the exhibition hall to take benefit of the opportunity. S Tomba Singh, ex-chairperson, BMC, who made his presence felt as functional president outlined that the flagship programs of the government is to bring equal development for all the people of India.
Putting forward the aim of the exhibition, Dr Gin Gangte, IIS, Field Exhibition Officer, DAVP, Imphal spelled out some of the important schemes such as MGNGERS, NRHM, SSA, PMGSY, Rural Connectivity, Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana, JNURM, etc and calls for sincere, transparent and honest implementation of Government schemes for maximum benefit of the targeted beneficiaries.
The IIS officer also highlighted that DAVP, Imphal organized series of mass awareness campaign through photo exhibition during the past two months at Mayang Imphal, Wangoi, Lilong and Lamsang.
The five-day photo exhibition with a collection of 138 photographs including 15 eye-catching photos from BMC will definitely helped the public in understanding about the initiatives being undertaken by the Government of India for the welfare of the people.