Union minister for labour & employment Bandaru Dattatraya today said a month-long “Vikas Parv” would be observed to mark the successful completion of two years in office of NDA government under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The Vikas Parva beginning from May 26 would be organized across Telangana State organizing exhibitions depicting various benefits of the Central government schemes, Dattatraya said.
Reviewing the functioning with Heads of various Departments under Ministry of Labour, Dattatreya exhorted the officials to be innovative in their functioning and reach the people in fulfilling their needs in fast and speedy manner. He advised the officials to observe “Vikas Parv”, the two years in office of Narendra Modi Government and utilize the occasion to reach the masses. He said the Union Government was taking enough pains in promoting different welfare schemes for the public and there was every need for taking such information to the masses.
Dattatraya asked the party workers to hold an exhibition depicting various benefits of the Government of India schemes at Hyderabad and in districts during one month long celebrations of “Vikas Parv” from May 26 to June 26. He also said on behalf of his ministry, “Vikas Parv” will be celebrated on June 4 at the Kotla Vijayabhasker Reddy Indoor Stadium, Yousufguda. He said the concluding function of” Vikas Parv” will be held at Ramagundam in Karimnagar district on June 26 amidst presence of J.P. Nadda, Union Minister for Medical & Health, and other dignitaries.
An Exhibition will be held on the progress and the benefits to the people on account of innovative development programs of the Union Ministry of Labour & Employment under the able guidance of Narendra Modi for the past two years. The Union minister urged the people to know and benefit out of the unique programs being taken up by the Centre like PM Jandhan Yojana, Skill Development Program, Employment Generation, Social Security Schemes like PM Jeevan Jyothi Bheema Yojana, PM Jan Suraksha Yojana, Atal Pension Yojana and also in the Education Sector besides Digital India and other schemes.
R.S. Rao, R.D. ESIC, Srikrishna Satyanarayana RPFC-1, EPFO, Kondru Ravindra Kumar RPFC-II, EPFO, Chary, Labour Welfare Commissioner, Imtiaz Hussain, Dy Director General, Mines Safety and officials of Labour Commissionerate and Workers Education Boardparticipated in the Review Meet.(NSS)