Under the ‘Gaon Chalo Abhiyan,’ Chief Minister Manohar Lal visited Mata Mansa Devi Mandal booth number 114 in Sector-15 of Panchkula on Sunday, engaging in organizational discussions with workers to enhance booth strength. Emphasizing the importance of garnering over 51 percent votes at every booth, the Chief Minister instructed workers to actively promote both Central and State Government schemes among the public.
During the visit, Chief Minister Manohar Lal sought feedback on existing schemes from workers and discussed upcoming programs. He initiated wall writing before the meeting and reiterated his appeal to the people of Haryana to support the Modi government. The
event saw the presence of Assembly Speaker Gyanchand Gupta, National Council member Banto Kataria, District President Deepak Sharma, local councilor Jai Kaushik, and Mandal President Yuvraj.
At the residence of booth attendant Ashish Guleria, the Chief Minister engaged with workers and discussed key voters. With Lok Sabha elections on the horizon, he urged workers to connect with more people, especially new voters, emphasizing the achievements of both the Modi government and the Haryana government. Chief Minister Manohar Lal emphasized the importance of sharing information about the historic work done by the Modi
government at the Center.
As part of the Gaon Chalo campaign, the Chief Minister directly interacted with beneficiaries, going door-to-door to inquire about government schemes. Pleased beneficiaries praised the Chief Minister for the efficiency of the Parivar Pehchan Card, Ayushman card, Chirayu card, and other government initiatives. Subsequently, the Chief Minister discussed government schemes with enlightened individuals at Jain Bhawan.
Speaking to the media after the organizational meeting, Chief Minister Manohar Lal highlighted the government’s commitment to prompt and transparent public service. He mentioned the transformative impact of the experimental Haryana government, overcoming challenges in changing the system. Addressing opposition to the Parivar Pehchan Card program, he noted its current success and positive outcomes.