Unnayan Yatra: Rally organised to highlight state govt schemes
Kolkata: Bankura district Trinamool Congress has come up with the unique idea of organising "Unnayan Yatra" across the district to highlight various projects and schemes that are carried out by the state government.
One of the main objectives of the move is to make people aware of the projects so that they can avail the benefits of the projects. A campaign would be carried out by the district Trinamool Congress leaders.
Colourful tableau would be taken out during the campaign rally stressing on all the important schemes of the state government.
The campaign was officially inaugurated on Saturday when the district Trinamool Congress leaders took out a rally showcasing how people in the state are benefitted from the projects.
It may be mentioned that the rally which started from the adjoining forest areas of Bankura would reach the district town after covering the
According to the initial plans of the district leaders, the rally would finally reach Kolkata.
The rally that was taken out on Saturday covered many areas including Jhilimili, Ranibadh School More, Akhkhuta More.
Senior party leaders of Trinamool Congress took part in the rally. People from the district congregated on the roadside to enjoy and witness the colourful tableau. There was enthusiasm among the villagers who are reaping the benefit of various social schemes
of the government.
The tableaus are mainly highlighting all the prominent schemes of the Mamata Banerjee government including Kanyashree, Khadyasathi, Sabuj Sathi, Rupashree, Swasthya Sathi, Jal Dharo Jal Bharo.
Many projects of the state government have already earned international acclaim. The projects like Khadyasthi and Kanyshree, the brain child of the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee have gained popularity among the villagers living in the remotest areas of
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