‘Jati’ of women is so numerous, they can take on any challenge

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi interacted with beneficiaries of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) via video conferencing today. Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra is being undertaken across the country to attain saturation of flagship schemes of the government by ensuring that the benefits of these schemes reach all targeted beneficiaries in a time-bound manner.

Smt Priyanka Devi, a homemaker and a VBSY Beneficiary from Darbhanga, Bihar informed the Prime Minister that her husband works as a daily wage labourer in Mumbai and she has availed the benefits of One Nation One Ration Card scheme, PMGKAY and Jan Dhan Yojna, especially after the family’s economic situation became deplorable during and after the covid pandemic.

She conveyed the enthusiasm for the ‘Modi ki Guarantee’ vehicle in the region, Smt Priyanka replied that VBSY van is welcomed by the traditional customs of Mithila region. She further added that the benefits of the government have enabled her to take better care of her children’s education and the health of her family.

The Prime Minister urged Smt Priyanka to create awareness about government schemes in her village and expressed satisfaction that the ‘Modi ki Guarantee’ vehicle is reaching every village in the country. He emphasized that any scheme must reach every beneficiary for it to be successful. He said through the ‘Modi ki Guarantee’ vehicle, he himself is trying to reach unreached beneficiaries and is determined to cover every deserving citizen.   The Prime Minister warned the women to be aware of divisive politics that aim to create a rift between the women community and assured them of the government’s uninterrupted support “for us Mahila is one single caste, there is no division. This caste is so big they can take on any challenge”, he said. .





Source PIB