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Biren inaugurates ‘Go to Village 2.0’

Biren inaugurates ‘Go to Village 2.0’
N Biren Singh distributing aid to beneficiary at Go to Village launching function in Imphal West on Monday. (NP)
Correspondent IMPHAL, Nov 15 | Publish Date: 11/15/2021 10:26:46 AM IST

Manipur chief minister, N. Biren Singh formally inaugurated the three-day “Go to Village 2.0” programme for the district held at Eco Tourism Park, Salam Thongkhong under Lamshang Assembly constituency on Monday. 

Stalls of different government departments were set up at the venue to provide services to the people.

Addressing the gathering, N Biren said that the Go to Village mission was an initiative of the state government to ensure doorstep delivery of service and added that such initiative would help in regaining the erstwhile bonding and trust among different communities of the state. 

It was launched to understand the hardship faced by people of far flung villages on visiting government offices for availing certain welfare schemes.

The government aimed to provide various services and facilities at the people’s doorstep, he added.

He claimed that a total of 2,679 villages were covered under the phase-I of the Go to Village and Go to Hills missions, and added that the phase-II of the missions would cover the remaining villages. 

He further claimed that under the state sponsored “Chief Minister-gi Hakshelgi Tengbang (CMHT)” scheme health cards had been provided to around five lakhs people and another 3.5 lakh got the Ayushman Bharat cards so far.

Singh reiterated that his government was for the people and has the commitment to work for the welfare of the people irrespective of religion, place, etc. 

He urged the people to visit the stalls of different departments set up at the venue, take firsthand information of the government’s scheme and avail the maximum benefits of the schemes. 

He informed that people can seek any information regarding schemes and bring up their grievances by dialing at CM Da Haisi number ‘9534795347’.

As a part of the programme, the chief minister distributed assistance of various schemes under different departments including wheelchairs, old aged pension schemes, cards under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY) and (CMHT and aid and appliances for physically challenged among others.

Ministers, Rajya Sabha MP and MLAs of the ruling BJP and top officials of Imphal West district administration and heads of various departments attended the occasion.

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