Imphal, July 4,
As a part of follow up of ‘Go to Village’ Mission, an initiative of the government to deliver schemes at doorstep of the people, Churachandpur District Administration has conducted GTV mission camp under Lamka Block, 18-Zenhang covering of 8 villlages at BCD Learning Centre, Zenhang Lamka, Churachandpur yesterday.
Speaking as Chief Guest the Agriculture, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Minister V.Hangkhanlian appealed to the villagers to remain alert during Go to Village Mission programmes and not to miss opportunities to avail benefits related to the schemes and get registered. And to inform their needs and problems face by them in availing the schemes to the line departments who were visiting the villages. He also sought the village authorities and leaders to give cooperation for the success of the mission as the schemes are meant for benefits of the people.
Villagers‘ redressal stalls were opened by different departments to address problems of the village peoples. There were five new registration forms for Chief Minister‘s Hakselgi Tengbang, two for Scholarship for Physical with Disability (PwD), MOAPS-60, nine registration for Financial assistance for poor and needy widows, Free and travel concession-(CMST)-1,PMMVY for pregnant and Lactating Mothers-2,IGNWPS-38, RBS-24, eleven Trade Licence form issued and four numbers of Renewal forms , Trade Licence Registration issued-7 & renewal forms numbering 16, Revenue department – six residential certificates , eight tribe certificates and 10 number of income certificates were issued during the camp.
During the camp, forest department distributed saplings to the peoples, Power department issued MSPDCL led Bulb, ADC department distributed Spray and Dustbin, Veterinary department have vaccinated Anti-Rabies to the peoples , ZEO distributed free school text books to heads of Rengkai Higher Secondary School, Valte Khamjathang High School and one private aided school, Medical department conducted NCD Screening to 80 persons and testing of blood sugar, enrolment of CMHT and distributed one CMHT card to a beneficiary.
As a part of the camp, officials of line departments conducted awareness programmes related to the mission schemes to the locals. Altogether seventeen departments such as Forest, Labour, Medical , Handloom & textile, Vety. and Agriculture etc participated in the camp.
The camp was attended by Deputy Commissioner Shyam Lal Poonia, IAS and Principal Secretary JC Ramthanga IAS as guest of honour and president respectively and also Thangboi Gangte, SDO, Churachandpur apart from more than 500 villagers and line staff were also present in the camp.
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