New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Jharkhand on 14-15 November 2023. On November 15 at around 9:30 am, the Prime Minister will visit Lord Birsa Munda Memorial Park cum Freedom Fighters Museum in Ranchi. After this he will reach Ulihatu village, the birthplace of Lord Birsa Munda, where he will offer floral tributes to the statue of Lord Birsa Munda. PM Narendra Modi will be the first PM to visit Ulihatu village, the birthplace of Lord Birsa Munda. The Prime Minister will participate in an event to commemorate the 3rd Tribal Pride Day, 2023 in Khunti at around 11:30 am. During the programme, the Prime Minister will launch the ‘Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra’ and the Prime Minister’s Specially Vulnerable Tribal Groups Mission. He will also release the 15th installment of PM-KISAN and inaugurate, dedicate to the nation and lay the foundation stone of several development projects in Jharkhand.
It has been the Prime Minister’s constant endeavor to satiate the flagship schemes of the Government and ensure that the benefits of these schemes reach all the targeted beneficiaries in a time bound manner. In a major step towards achieving this goal of saturation of schemes, the Prime Minister will launch ‘Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra’ on the occasion of Tribal Pride Day. The focus of the Yatra will be on reaching out to people and creating awareness and providing benefits of welfare schemes like sanitation facilities, essential financial services, electricity connections, access to LPG cylinders, housing for the poor, food security, proper nutrition, reliable health care. Clean drinking water etc. Nomination of potential beneficiaries will be done through details ascertained during the visit. Prime Minister will flag off the IEC (Information, Education and Communication) van in Khunti, Jharkhand at the launch of ‘Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra’. The Yatra will initially start from districts with significant tribal population and cover all districts across the country by 25 January 2024.
During the event, the Prime Minister will also launch a first-of-its-kind initiative – ‘Prime Minister Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PM PVTG) Mission’. 75 PVTGs across 18 states and union territories cover 22,544 villages (220 districts) with a population of approximately 28 lakh. These tribes live in scattered, remote and inaccessible settlements, often in forest areas and hence a mission with a budget of about Rs 24,000 crore aims to saturate PVTG families and settlements with basic amenities like road and telecom connectivity, electricity, safe housing, The plan has been made. Better access to clean drinking water and sanitation, education, health and nutrition, and sustainable livelihood opportunities. Apart from this, separate funding will be ensured for PMJAY, Sickle Cell Disease Eradication, TB Eradication, 100% vaccination, PM Surakshit Matritva Yojana, PM Matru Vandana Yojana, PM Poshan, PM Jan Dhan Yojana etc. The 15th installment of PM-KISAN and other development initiatives in a move that will demonstrate yet another example of the Prime Minister’s commitment towards the welfare of farmers.