Azamgarh. Modi’s guarantee is to make India a developed nation by 2047 with prosperity, security and prosperity in the country and the state. This is a guarantee of 100% implementation, which means that what was said was done. After this, all of us Indians should resolve that our country becomes the biggest power in the world. For this, terrorism, Naxalism, casteism and corruption will have to be ended. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said these things in the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra program organized in Akbelpur village of Azamgarh on Thursday.
CM appealed to everyone to join the yatra
In his address, the Chief Minister said that every person feels the changes that have taken place in the country in the last 9 and a half years. India’s respect in the world has increased, big development plans are taking shape and the benefits of welfare schemes are being availed by villages, poor, farmers, women and youth without any discrimination. He said that in the coming time, Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra is being taken out in every village so that 100 percent people get the benefits of the schemes. The Chief Minister said that 526 video vans have also been deployed in Uttar Pradesh for this work. CM Yogi said that through this yatra, stalls related to government schemes, scheme forms, health fairs etc. are being organized. CM Yogi appealed to everyone to join this yatra and take advantage of the schemes.
Imaginations are coming down to the real ground
CM Yogi said that the imaginations which existed earlier are now coming on the real ground. So far, houses have been built for 55 lakh poor people in the state. 10 crore people are getting the benefits of Ayushman Bharat scheme. Every poor person is being given the facility of free ration for the next 5 years. All this is ‘Modi’s guarantee’.
Azamgarh’s fortunes are rising
The Chief Minister said that development seems to be running at a fast pace in Azamgarh. The construction work of Maharaja Suheldev University under construction here will be completed in January. Apart from this, schemes like Purvanchal Expressway, Music College, Airport are going to bring good fortune to Azamgarh. He said that there should be happiness on every face and every poor should be heard and their problems should be solved, this is Modi’s guarantee. The Chief Minister said that today beautiful waves of development and music are resonating in Azamgarh, not fear and terror. The double engine government has come with full strength to protect the interests of the public. Investment worth lakhs of crores is going to be made in the state, which will create new employment opportunities. Discussing the beneficiaries of various schemes, he said that this Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra is being organized only for those who have not yet received the benefits of the schemes.
Beneficiaries shared their experiences from the platform
Earlier, beneficiaries of various schemes shared their experiences from the platform. The beneficiaries of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Ownership Scheme, Destitute Women Pension Scheme appreciated the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and thanked them profusely. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also distributed certificates to the beneficiaries of various schemes. Before his address, the Chief Minister performed the Annaprashan Sanskar of the small children who had come here. Besides, nutrition packets were also distributed to lactating women. After this he inspected the stalls related to various schemes. He also visited One District One Product Black Pottery of Azamgarh. The Chief Minister along with the present group took oath to realize the resolve of making India a self-reliant and developed India by 2047.
On this occasion, State Government Agriculture Minister Surya Pratap Shahi, MP Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirahua, MLC Vijay Bahadur Pathak, Yashwant Singh, Ramsurat Rajbhar, Vikrant Singh, BJP Regional President Sahajanand Rai, District President Krishna Pal, Suraj Prakash Srivastava, former MP Neelam Sonkar. Including a large number of local people were present.