Punjab

Chaudhary inaugurate mega facilitation camp under MGSVY at sangh dhesian

Punjab Tribune Bureau | July 19, 2019 06:48 PM

Says camp was instrumental in giving major fillip to overall development of villages and prosperity of its people

1321 beneficiaries registers for availing benefit of the camp

 Sangh Dhesian (Phillaur, Jalandhar): The mega public facilitation camp organised by the district administration today under the Mahatama Gandhi Sarbat Vikas Yojna (MGSVY) today got an overwhelming response as around 1321 people registered themselves for availing the benefits of the various schemes of the state government.

The camp was inaugurated by the Lok Sabha MP from Jalandhar Chaudhary Santokh Singh in the presence of Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Kulwant Singh and General Secretary of Punjab Pradesh Congress Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary. The camp, organised to provide citizen centric services to people at their doorsteps, was aimed at facilitating the people for getting the facilities of pro-people schemes of the state government under single roof. All the key departments of the state government including Health and Family Welfare, Social Security, Agriculture, Cooperative, Employment Generation, Revenue and others were roped in to deliver services to the people during these camps in which special stalls would be installed by them.

In his address Lok Sabha MP Chaudhary Santokh Singh said that the mega camps being organized by the state government under MGSVY were instrumental in giving major fillip to overall development of villages and prosperity of its people. He said that it was a path breaking initiative aimed at ensuring the well being of every strata of the society adding that the camps were benefitting the people by providing the benefits of the pro-poor schemes of the state government at their doorsteps. Chaudhary Santokh Singh said that the camps were effective for providing a single platform for the solution of all the grievances of the people.

The MP said that the basic idea of organizing these camps was to ensure that the needy people could get the benefits of pro-poor schemes of the state government. He further said that the camp aims to achieve the aim of holistic development of all sections of the society besides ensuring social justice and equality by improving the standard of living and quality of life in rural area.  Chaudhary Santokh Singh also lauded the exemplary work being done by the state government under the leadership of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to ensure welfare of every section of society.

Earlier, welcoming the chief guest, the Deputy Commissioner informed the people about the salient features of the MGSVY and exhorted them to take maximum benefit of this unique scheme aimed at welfare of all.

In his address General Secretary of Punjab Congress Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary listed the pro-people and development oriented initiatives taken by Punjab Government led by Chief Minister Caption Amarinder Singh. He said that Punjab Government was committed for overall development of the state.

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