Biren launches Go to Village 2.0 at Moijing


Imphal: The state government revived its initiative to deliver governance at doorstep and bring inclusive development in the state with chief minister N. Biren Singh launching the Go to Village 2.0 at Moijing Public Playground, Thoubal District on Tuesday.

The launching programme was organised by district administration, Thoubal.

Biren ditributed assistances under various schemes including smartphones under CM e-Support Scheme, textbooks, uniforms, sports equipments under education department, Manipur Start Up Scheme, Cards under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY) and Chief Minister-gi Hakshelgi Tengbang (CMHT), Widows’ Pension Scheme, Pension, aid and appliances for physically challenged, Prime Minister Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) and Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) among others.

Go to Village 2.0 had been launched to continue village to village visits of government officials making sure that governance reaches every corner of the state. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the earlier initiative of taking governance to the doorstep of people was on hold for some period, he added. He continued that the government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi had taken up certain welfare schemes for its people. If benefits of all such schemes reach the targeted beneficiaries then lives of poor and needy people in the state would be more comfortable. As such, the government had taken up such programme to ensure equal development, he added.

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Stating that certain stalls of different departments and Banks had been opened at the Moijing Playground, Biren urged the people of Moijing to visit the stalls, seek information and access benefits of certain schemes being introduced for welfare of people. Continuing that very less number of applications had been received from village areas for Start Up so far, he urged the youths of the area to apply for Start Up if they had any proper plan for starting an activity for their living. He maintained that the government was always ready to take up all necessary steps to ensure that youths of the state go in the right direction and foster development.

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He informed that the government had brought a new scheme ‘CM widow Pension Scheme’ to provide monetary support of Rs. 500 every month to widows. He briefed about benefits under different schemes of the government. He said the state had been able to maintain peace due to the prevalence of work culture in the mind of the people. He expressed hopefulness that Moijing Village would go forward to the path of development in various sectors soon. Informing that the government had covered around 2,669 villages in the earlier Go to village mission, he added that many more villages would be covered under the Go to Village 2.0.

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Stalls of different government departments and Banks were set up at the playground to provide assistance to the people of Moijing under the Go to Village 2.0. The stalls will also open on Wednesday and Friday.

During the programme, a Shumang Leela titled ‘Keidoubei Kidoino’, which was produced by department of information and public relations to spread awareness on Covid-19 pandemic was also showcased.


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