Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with beneficiaries of Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra on Thursday. The Prime Minister asked them about their experiences and how they had benefited from different programs run by the central government.
A program to raise the nation’s Jan Aushadi Kendra count from 10,000 to 25,000 was introduced by PM Modi. He gave instructions to the volunteers in charge of the Jan Aushadi kendras in the villages to make sure that everyone is able to fully benefit from the programs.
The Prime Minister’s goal of a healthy India has as its cornerstone the provision of inexpensive, accessible healthcare. A significant step in this direction is the creation of Jan Aushadhi Kendra, which aims to provide affordable medicine.
During the occasion, he also introduced the Pradhan Mantri Mahila Kisan Drone Kendra. Speaking to a beneficiary about the same topic, the prime minister said that while many people had doubts about the Drone scheme, it turned out to be just like many other welfare programs that empowered women.
Drones will be given to women’s Self Help Groups (SHGs) as part of this program so they can use technology to support their livelihoods.
Additionally, women will receive the training required to operate and fly drones. The program will promote technology application in agriculture.
The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra was launched by the Prime Minister on November 15 from Khunti, Jharkhand. As a part of On-Spot services under the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, Health Camps are being organized at the places of halt of the IEC Van in the Gram Panchayats.