Hundreds benefit from the Sarkar Aapke Dwar Programme Held at Koronu
Publish Date : 24/09/2018
Roing, Sept 23: People thronged the venue of the Sarkar Aapke Dwar Programme held at Koronu to avail the facilities provided by the government departments, banks and postal department. A huge crowd puller during the day was the health camp, stalls of APEDA,statistics department and Jan Suvidha branch of the District Administration.
The Sarkar Aapke Dwar camp was inaugurated by Head Gaon Burah T. Umpo, in the presence of Deputy Commissioner Mitali Namchoom ( IAS), CO Dr. Hage Atho, heads of departments, government officials and public of the area. The Head GB, Deputy Commissioner and HoDs visited all the stalls and distributed LCD TVs to registered labourers, gave free LPG connection under PMUY to be beneficiaries and handed over keys under PMAY(G).
The Health Camp registered 683 people who benefited from health checkup, blood sugar test, malaria test, BMI test, human body toxic test etc and 221 people were given IEC pamphlets by the Health Department. 76 new accounts were opened by the post office, SBI, BOI, APEX bank and Rural bank under PMJDY, savings account and India Post Payments Bank. 39 people deposited cash challan amount in the SBI.
The Forest department distributed 100 free saplings to the public during the day. 501 LED bulbs and EE fans were sold by APEDA to 106 beneficiaries. The Agriculture department registered 134 farmers, distributed 34 Soil health cards, 71 soil analysis reports and 17 oil palm registration. The Election branch of DA created awareness on EVMs and VVPATs machine to 116 people.
The veterinary department saw 91 cattle owners reporting for treatment and vaccination of their cattle. Medicine was provided for the treatment of 1085 cattle, Mithun, swine, poultry, dogs and goats. The CO office, Koronu received applications for 8 ST certificates, 7 PRC, 34 ILPs and Jan Suvidha branch issued 188 forms.
Altogether hundreds visit the Government Secondary School, Koronu to take advantage of the doorstep delivery of services by the government. Villagers coming to the camp were surprised and happy about the variety of services provided during the Sarkar Aapke Dwar camp at Koronu.