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Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yoja items distributed

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 Jan 2018 12:00 AM GMT

From A Correspondent

TANGLA, Jan 12: The LPG stoves and cylinders under the scheme of the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yoja (PMUY) were ceremoniously distributed among the beneficiaries here in Udalguri town on Thursday. The programme organized by the Food and Civil Supplies department of Udalguri district was attended by Minister of State PHE and Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Rihon Daimari, Speaker of BTC Assembly Tridip Daimari, MCLA of Bhairabkunda constituency Ripen Daimari Secretary of BTC, Robinson Mushahary.

Iugurating the programme, Minister Daimari, said that both the central and state government have been trying their best to address the issues of the common people and with the co operation of the people, all the programmes launched by the government are bearing fruits. He hoped that the PMUY is an initiative to help the poor housewives to upgrade their domestic standards and more such people-friendly schemes are on cards of the government. He appealed to the beneficiaries to make best use of the benefits and also urged to report to the concerned authorities in case of any anomalies or irregularities in the distribution of schemes. The minister ceremoniously distributed 100 items to the beneficiaries on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Robinson Mochahari, secretary of the BTC authority hoped that the beneficiaries would use the schemes properly. He also urged the media persons to focus on positive aspects of the government schemes and suggest the government to take innovative measures to upgrade the life style of common people through their writings and reporting.

Meanwhile, the food and civil supplies department of Udalguri district informed this correspondent that the department has been able to distribute 28,000 PMUY items out of 33,000 to the beneficiaries of the district till date and within three months the target of 33,000 would be fulfilled.

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