Kokrajhar prepares for Prime Minister's interaction program

Kokrajhar prepares for Prime Minister’s interaction program

KOKRAJHAR: The country is celebrating Azadi KaAmrit Mahotsav to commemorate India’s independence. As part of this significant opportunity, the Prime Minister will interact with the beneficiaries of about 16 schemes. All of these schemes address the poorest segments of the population. Therefore, this event is named “Garib Kalyan Sammelan”. The main purpose of the interaction is not only to understand how these plans have brought about the ease of life of the citizens, but also to explore the possibility of convergence and saturation. It also provides an opportunity to assess the aspirations of its citizens for India, which completed 100 years of independence in 2047.

Sameran is one of the largest single events to date across all districts, with Prime Ministers including housing, drinking water availability, food, health and nutrition, livelihoods, and financial inclusion. I was in my life.

The Kokrajhar district is proud to be able to attend this August event and has made all the necessary arrangements for the program to be held in Kokrajhar’s Science College auditorium after 9am. The event will be presided over by Pramod Boro, Chief Executive Officer of the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC), and will be attended by senior officials such as BTC’s MP, MLA, EM, MCLA, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary, Police Chief and Heads of relevant departments. .. ..

District-level events will be linked to national events at 11:00 am when the Prime Minister interacts with national beneficiaries from Shimla. The national-level Sameran will be held in Shimla on May 31, with the Prime Minister interacting directly with the beneficiaries. The Prime Minister will also release the 11th edition of Kisan Samman Nidhi. The Prime Minister will also interact with some of the beneficiaries across the country through video conferences.

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