Biren reviews for ‘Go to Village’ mission
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 26, 2018 : Chief minister N. Biren Singh reviewed the preparations for ‘Go to Village’ mission to be launched on May 1 in a meeting attended by Cabinet ministers, administrative secretaries, nodal officers, DCs and head of departments and other officials of the state government held at the conference hall of Manipur secretariat, today.
The chief minister asked the DCs, HODs and officials of various departments to take their work seriously and to put in all possible efforts to make the mission a success. He said such mission would give a chance to do something productive and serve the people of the state. He stressed that such mission aims to provide doorstep delivery of government services in the state.
Chief minister directed the DCs and HODs of different departments to identify the eligible beneficiaries of various welfare schemes such as PMAY, Ujwala Yojana, other social security schemes etc. of each district. He mentioned that around 46,000 beneficiaries would get free gas connection under the Ujwala Yojana under the mission. He mentioned that MLAs would be constructing 20 houses each in their respective constituency under this mission.
He stated that the ‘Go to Village’ mission would be launched simultaneously in all the constituencies of the state on May 1. The DCs with consultation with the concerned MLAs would identify a village each for every constituency from which the mission would be launched on the same day, he added. Under this mission, camps would be organised at different villages to ensure enrolment of all the deserved villagers for government’s social security schemes and also to find out the area-specific needs of different villages.
The first review meeting of the preparations for the mission was held on April 22.
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