On the occasion of completion of corruption free three years of Centre Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP has started Nationwide campaign of celebrating the good governance, so that general public is acquainted with the schemes and policies of Modi Government.
Under the campaign to have a reach of the Centre Government schemes to every person living in city as well as remotest of the places, along with different programmes mobile vans have been set into motion. The vehicles are fully equipped with all the resources like brochures of various schemes of public welfare, Lucky schemes like draws and technical expertise for helping people to solve the queries related to the schemes like BHIM app.
BJP State General Secretary Pawan Khajuria while giving overview of the whole event said the present chain of events is occurring under the “Making Of Developed India (MODI)”. Under this, six programmes will be conducted in five districts of the State. Two places in Jammu and one place each in Udhampur, Doda, Kishtwar and Rajouri will be covered. He said that under this programme initially three days, the vehicles will cover five pre-decided places daily and then exhibition will be held for next three days at one place.
Today the vehicles were set into motion in the Canal Road Area of Jammu West Constituency under the leadership of District President Ayodhya Gupta in the presence of BJP state Vice-President Yudhvir Sethi. Speaking on the occasion, Ayodhya Gupta said that the movement of vehicles elicited a great response from the general public. People were actively involved in the whole process of getting themselves aware and afresh of the Modi Government Schemes. Ayodhya Gupta exclaimed that the youth were particularly enthusiastic about the BHIM application and its use. He also credited the State President & MLA Jammu West Sat Sharma for his continuous endeavours of bringing the Centre Government sponsored schemes to the border State of Jammu & Kashmir.
Similar programme in Udhampur was held under the leadership of District President Udhampur, Rakesh Gupta.