Yogi Adityanath inaugurates projects worth Rs 204 cr under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath virtually inaugurated various projects worth Rs 204 crores under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana on Sunday.
“I’m happy about works done to push forward rural economy by constructing roads in villages by Union Ministry of Rural Development,” the Chief Minister said.
The Chief Minister also interacted with district panchayat presidents and addressed their issues.
“In 45 districts, women district panchayat presidents are working towards development. PM Gram Sadak Yojana has completed several phases and most of the villages have been connected via this scheme,” he said.
The Chief Minister added that a revolutionary change was seen in the connectivity of villages under PM Gram Sadak Yojana.
“Through a common service centre and village secretariat in each village, not only public grievances can be addressed but banking, electricity and other facilities can also be provided there,” the Chief Minister said.
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- Under the Trekking Traction Homestay Scheme, villages near important and popular trekking routes are being developed by the tourism department as trekking clusters.
- Congress leaders accused the police of using force to create a nuisance during a peaceful protest of farmers and Congress workers.
- Taking a cue from Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling Uttarakhand the Sainya Dham - fifth dham after the traditional Char Dhams -- Rawat in 2019 had announced that the state government will set up a Sainya Dham in Dehradun.
- A police team has been deployed in the village to ward off any fresh trouble. The police have also initiated an investigation to nab all the accused.
- Some leaders and political experts even described Modi’s visit as an exercise to woo Bengali voters on whom Bose’s ideology has great influence even after 76 years of his mysterious disappearance.
- With the scheme, nearly 5 million CAPF personnel and their families can avail cashless medical treatment.
- The scheme aims at reduction in livelihood vulnerabilities of the urban poor including migrant labourers and informal workers.
- Presently, over 5,000 cases are pending with the Tribunal of which the bulk of matters arise out of proceedings under PMLA.
- Gandhi is on a tour of the western belt where he will next visit Erode, Tiruppur, Karur and Dindigul districts to meet farmers, weavers and youngsters.