Khunti (Jharkhand). Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra to spread information about his government’s schemes to the people. He started this journey from Jharkhand. Apart from this, in many states of the country, Governors, Chief Ministers, Ministers etc. sent specially made vans for this journey. However, Prime Minister Modi reached Jharkhand on Tuesday night. On Wednesday he reached Ulihatu village of Khunti, Jharkhand. Lord Birsa Munda was born in this village.
It is noteworthy that Birsa Munda’s birth anniversary is celebrated as Tribal Pride Day. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi launched the Tribal Justice Campaign and also launched the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra. Before this, Prime Minister Modi went to Birsa Munda’s village and met his family. On this occasion, the Prime Minister said in his public meeting that he has eaten the salt of the last person standing in the queue, hence he has come to the land of Lord Birsa to repay his debt.
Taking aim at the previous governments for ignoring the backward tribal districts, Prime Minister Modi said that everyone draws the line on the butter, but he did the work of drawing the line on the stone, when he declared the tribal districts as aspirational districts and started the work of their development. Went. Modi also remembered former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on this occasion. He said- Jharkhand was formed only due to the efforts of Atal ji. It was Atal ji who had created a new ministry for tribals.
Prime Minister Modi reminded the people that the Ayushman Bharat scheme was also started from Jharkhand. After this, while starting the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra and Tribal Justice Campaign, he said that both these campaigns will give new energy to the development of India in the Amritkaal. On the birth anniversary of Lord Birsa Munda, every deprived person will be made the beneficiary of government schemes. He said- This journey will start from today on 15th November, the birth anniversary of Lord Birsa Munda and will continue till 26th January next year.