The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra has gained significant momentum in Haryana. As part of this initiative, programs are being conducted at numerous locations daily to connect eligible individuals with government welfare schemes. On the 11th day of the Yatra, which took place on Sunday, programs were organized at 71 locations, drawing the participation of 43,671 people. A total of 36,824 citizens pledged their commitment to a developed India. Officials from various departments utilized the Yatra platform to disseminate information about both Central and State government schemes to residents of villages and towns. In addition, many individuals availed themselves of the benefits offered through these schemes.
The primary goal of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra is to extend its reach to every corner of the country, ensuring that individuals at the grassroots level can avail themselves of the benefits provided by various government schemes for their development. The Yatra facilitates on-the-spot registrations for a variety of schemes. Moreover, it serves as a platform for gathering the firsthand experiences of citizens during yatra and drone distribution as part of the Drone Didi campaign. Additionally, street plays and quiz competitions are being organized to enhance awareness among the general public.
On the 11th day of the Yatra, approximately 8,000 individuals attended health camps, where they underwent health check-ups. Over 4000 people were screened for TB. The Ayushman Card camp saw participation from 195 individuals, while 272 people visited the Aadhar Card camp. Moreover, 54 farmers sought information related to natural farming. The Yatra successfully registered hundreds of beneficiaries for the PM Ujjwala scheme.
With the objective of fostering greater public involvement in the Yatra and inspiring them to contribute positively to society, individuals making notable contributions at the local level were recognized and honored. On the 11th day, a total of 609 outstanding students, 303 women engaged in social work, 106 local athletes, and 94 folk artists were acknowledged for their commendable efforts.
In Haryana, this Yatra is integrated with Jan Samvad, a platform where officials promptly address and resolve public issues and complaints. These initiatives have significantly enhanced public confidence in the government. The assurance has grown among the people that their entitlements under various schemes are secure, and the government is actively working to address their needs and concerns.