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Dhamtari: Crores of people have benefited from the public welfare schemes of the Central Government: Ajay

Dhamtari, 24 February (HS). India, Under the Vikas Chhattisgarh Sankalp Yatra, on February 24, Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of various projects in the state. In Dhamtari district, this program was organized in all three assembly constituencies Dhamtari, Kurud and Nagari. During this, LED screens were arranged at the venue for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address and departmental stalls related to various public welfare schemes were also set up. The district level program was organized in the old sub-market complex of Kurud assembly.

In the program, former minister and MLA Kurud Ajay Chandrakar said that as per the intention of the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the country will be placed in the category of developed nation by 2047. The important thing is that the government's schemes to bring light to the lives of the common citizens should reach their homes and should be felt by the common man. The Central Government has benefited crores of people of the country from public welfare schemes. Service to man is service to Narayan, the inner happiness that comes from serving poor and deprived people cannot even be imagined. He said that the government launched toilets, drinking water, gas connections and malnutrition-free campaigns to help the poor, which they benefited from. MLA Chandrakar said that no one can stop a nation whose citizens play a role in making it great. He inspected the stalls of various departments. He also got his health test done at the health department stall.

Apart from this, distribution of materials and checks to the beneficiaries under various schemes was also done by the guests from the stage. Former public representatives, officers and employees were present in the program organized in the old agricultural produce market complex in Kurud Assembly. On this occasion, the people present were also given a pledge to make a developed India. Prominent on this occasion were Niranjan Sinha, Ravikant Chandrakar, Trilok Jain Bhanu Chandrakar, Jyoti Chandrakar Harak Lal Jain, Malak Ram Sahu Raju Ratre, Gaukaran Sahu, Pushp Lata Dewangan, Raghunandan Sahu, Mohan Aggarwal, Chhatrapal Sahu Ramgopal Dewangan, Krishnakant Sahu, Bhumika Sinha and others were present.