‘Aapki Yojana-Aapke Sarkar-Aapke Dwar’ programme was started on Friday in all the districts of the state including Bokaro. Meanwhile 14 camps were organised in total 11 panchayats and wards of the urban area of Bokaro district.
Former Gomia MLA Yogendra Mahato and Deputy Commissioner Kuldeep Chaudhary participated in the camp organised in Arjuwa Panchayat of Petarwar block in Bermo sub division in Bokaro.
Chaudhary took stock of the stall and gave necessary directions to the concerned officials. Total 22 stalls of various departments have been set up in the camp, where a large crowd of villagers was seen.
Before this, Yogendra Prasad inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. He distributed approval letters and assets of the schemes among the beneficiaries.
Sitting at the help center, he helped the complainants in everything from filling the forms to availing the benefits of the scheme. He said that this ambitious programme will decide the direction and condition of Jharkhand.
Through this, the benefits of the welfare schemes of the state government will reach the last person. Last year, this programme had proved fruitful, due to which Chief Minister Hemant Soren was praised a lot in the country. He appealed to the workers to participate in making the programme meaningful this time too.