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Chief Minister gifted development schemes worth Rs 400 crore to the border district Chamoli

Dehradun, 15 February (HS). On Thursday, the Chief Minister gave a big gift to the people of the border district Chamoli by inaugurating and laying the foundation stone of development works worth Rs 400 crore. During this, the Chief Minister said that our mother power is working to implement the mantra of self-reliant India and vocal for local given by the Prime Minister. Our nation is touching new heights of progress only with the support of mother power.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami today participated in the 'Nanda-Gaura' festival organized in Gauchar and inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 604 development schemes worth more than Rs 400 crore for Chamoli district. This includes inauguration of 260 schemes costing Rs 97 crore and laying of foundation stone of 344 schemes costing Rs 303 crore. During this, the Chief Minister also honored mother power by worshiping the girl child.

Chief Minister Dhami told the people during the Nanda-Gaura Mahotsav that Mother Nanda is revered as the presiding deity in Chamoli district as well as in the entire Garhwal and Kumaon division. We consider Maa Nanda as our meditation and as a married daughter, Lokjaat Yatra is organized from Siddhapeeth Kurud every year and Rajjaat Yatra is organized every 12 years to bid farewell to Kailash of Maa Nanda. Whereas Gaura Devi has been the leader of the world famous Chipko movement for environmental protection. He said that this is the holy land of Lord Badrinath. He considered it a privilege to participate in this program.

The Chief Minister said that our government is dedicated to the upliftment of mother power. Under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the government is continuously organizing various programs for the welfare of women. In Uttarakhand, the promise made to the public has been fulfilled by passing the Uniform Civil Code in the Assembly. The Uniform Civil Code is not for any caste or religious community but for the interests of the entire state.

The Chief Minister said that without the support of mother power, there cannot be complete development of any society or any nation. Today, women in remote villages of the state are forming self-help groups and giving impetus to the rural economy through cottage industries. Women have never had any shortage of skills and now these skills are powering their economy. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened bank accounts of 23 crore women and now every kind of subsidy is being deposited directly into their accounts.

He said that along with giving 30 percent reservation to women in government jobs, the state government has also launched Chief Minister Nari Empowerment Scheme, Chief Minister Mahalaxmi Scheme, Lakhpati Didi Scheme, Chief Minister Aanchal Amrit Scheme, Chief Minister Self-Employment Scheme, Chief Minister Minority Meritorious Scheme, Nanda Gaura Matrivandana Scheme and Schemes like Mahila Poshan Abhiyaan have been started.

He said that our mothers and sisters are today working to strengthen the rural economy through cottage industries. During the Prime Minister's visit to Mana village, our sisters presented him a congratulatory letter written on birch bark. The Prime Minister also praised the products of Bhojpatra in the 103rd edition of Mann Ki Baat programme.

He said that we have imbibed Prime Minister Modi's basic mantra “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas”. He has always been loved by the people of Chamoli. The result of this is that today more than four hundred crore schemes have been inaugurated and the foundation stone has been laid. He said that our government has been continuously working to make Uttarakhand the best state.

He said that as a Chief Servant, it is his endeavor that whatever necessary steps have to be taken for the interests of the people of the state, should be taken without any delay. He said that on one hand, the country's most stringent anti-copying law was implemented in Uttarakhand, on the other hand, a law was also made to stop religious conversion. For the first time in the state, action was taken against land jihad. For the first time, we did not shy away from taking action against the corrupt.

Crowd gathered in the road show-

The Chief Minister also participated in a huge road show from Gauchar airstrip to the fair ground. During this, the people of the border and students of local schools gave a grand welcome to the Chief Minister by showering flowers along with traditional clothes and musical instruments. Women performed Kalash Yatra and school children presented Nanda Devi Rajjat, Chholiya dance, Pandav dance, Mangalgaan and folk dance. The Chief Minister greeted the mother power who had arrived in thousands.

Appreciated the useful material made from Lantana grass-

With an aim to promote the traditional products of the hills, the Chief Minister also demonstrated carpet weaving at Ranchh, running of traditional mountain mill (Jandra), wool spinning on paddle charkha, ringal basket weaving and calligraphy on rare Bhojpatra and various activities with women groups. Get to know the local culture and share your old memories. Praising the products, the Chief Minister asked to open outlets on the Yatra route and to promote carpets, fans, dokhas, shawls, caps etc. made in the traditional way. The Chief Minister also appreciated the useful material made from Lantana grass.

Checks provided to beneficiaries-

The Chief Minister gave the keys of the building to Rajeshwari Devi, Kusum Devi and Yashoda Devi of Gram Panchayat Dua under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and Nandi Devi of village Suki Suraithota and Sarita Devi of village Tolma Suraithota under Atal Awas Yojana. Neema Maithani of village Nauti was given a check of Rs 25,000 and a citation for her excellent agricultural work. During this, a check of Rs 75-75 thousand each was distributed to the youth Mangal Dal Bura, Lunatara and Vaduk, who were doing remarkable work, and a check of Rs 37,500 thousand was distributed to the women Mangal Dal Ala Jokhna.

Women who did remarkable work were honoured-

In the Nanda Gaura Mahotsav, for encouraging work in the agriculture sector, the Chief Minister congratulated Leela Devi of Mullagaon Gwad and Sita Devi of village Pindwali in fisheries, Sunita Devi of Upper Bazaar Chamoli in traditional handicrafts, Rukmani Devi of village Gamshali, Mandal in the tourism sector. Chandrakala Tiwari of Gram Math, Meena Tiwari and Shashi Devli of Gopeshwar, who were honored with Pooja Devi and Teelu Rauteli Award for their contribution in the upliftment and empowerment of women, were honored with citations.

On this occasion, Minister in-charge of the district, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Dhami, work is being done to strengthen health services in the entire state. The work of filling the vacant posts of doctors in hospitals has become possible in Dhami Govt.

Garhwal MP Tirath Singh Rawat, while praising the CM Dhami government for the development of women, said that under the leadership of the country's Prime Minister Modi, historic works are being done in the state of Uttarakhand and the state government is working to take them forward very well.

Karnaprayag MLA Anil Nautiyal, while welcoming the Chief Minister on his arrival in the district, informed about the work and achievements being done by the government for the development of the district, Tharali MLA Bhopal Ram Tamta expressed his gratitude on the work being done by the Chief Minister for the development of the district. Did.

Incharge Ramesh Gadhiya, Garhwal Commissioner Vinay Shankar Pandey, District Magistrate Himanshu Khurana, Superintendent of Police Rekha Yadav, Chief Development Officer Abhinav Shah, BJP District President Ramesh Maikhuri, Mahila Morcha President Himani Vaishnav and a large number of Matrishakti and local people were present in the program.