“Go to Villages” mission launched in Churachandpur


Churachandpur, May 1: State Government’s noble mission, “Go to Villages” (Khungang Chatse) was  launched in the six ACs of Churachandpur and Pherzawl Districts today.

Attending the mission launch function at BDO complex, Vengnuam, for 58- Churachandpur AC, Shri JC Ramthanga, Principal Secretary (Cooperation) and Nodal officer of ‘Go to Villages’ mission for Churachandpur and Pherzawl Districts said the mission’s primary objective is to provide services to the people at their doorsteps.

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He said that the mission is the sole initiative of Hon’ble CM Shri N Biren and people should be thankful to him. Shri Ramthanga also appealed to the officials, public and village leaders to extend maximum cooperation so that the District scripts exemplary achievement.

Extolling the dynamism of DC/Ccpur Shri Shyam Lal Poonia, Shri JC Ramthanga exuded strong confidence that the district would script commendable achievement under his able leadership. He further said that the mission would be strictly monitored.

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Various entitlements and benefits were distributed to many beneficiaries by different departments like Social Welfare, Medical, Education, ADCC, PHED, et al during the programme. Besides, different departments opened enrolment stalls at the venue.

Amongst others dignitaries attending the function included Shri Shyam Lal Poonia, DC/Ccpur; Shri Rakesh Balwal, SP/Ccpur; and other DLOs.

The mission’s launch programme was also simultaneously held at Patpuihmun (for 55-Tipaimukh AC); Khajang (for 56-Thanlon AC); Kukimun (57-Henglep); B Vengnom Community Hall (for 59-Saikot AC) and Singngat (for 60-Singngat AC).

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According to reports culled from concerned SDOs/Officers in-charge, the highest turn out of public was recorded at B Vengnom Community Hall wherein about 3000 people came forward for registration to avail various benefits under different departments.


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