STATE TIMES NEWSREASI: Prime Minister Jan Kalyankari Yojana Prasar Abhiyan (PMJKYPA), J&K unit intensified its campaign by organizing a meeting in district Reasi.The meeting was organized by Kuldeep Singh, District President Reasi in which Tarsim Singh Manhas, President J&K unit of PMJKYPA presided over. The meetings are being conducted on the guidance and call of Pusesh Arya, National President PMJKYPA, Shailendra Vijayvargiya, National Media In-charge.During the event, many issues were discussed including the issues of farmers, problems of people living in poor areas, etc.Manhas said that the needy and the general public are not getting the benefit of the schemes launched by the Central Government for their welfare. He mentioned that the major schemes launched by the Prime Minister for public welfare including Mudra Yojana, Kisan Credit Card Scheme, Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme, Street Vendor Yojana, Sanjeevani Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Rojgar Yojana etc.Manhas discussed the schemes threadbare with farmers so that the farmers can get higher prices for their crops, in which the farmers can get an accurate assessment of their crops.Apart from this, discussions were also held about facility centers in which emphasis was laid on opening facility centers at every district, Tehsil, block and Panchayat level in Jammu and Kashmir.Manhas said that at least 300 Facilitation Centers are ready to be opened in Jammu and Kashmir. In this way, all these schemes can benefit the people.The youth group, local Sarpanchs, women and well-known personalities joined the leadership of Tarsem Singh Manhas and thanked everyone and appealed to all to make this campaign a success.District President Reasi Kuldeep Singh presented vote of thanks.Those who were present included Surinder Singh, State General Secretary, Manu Mahajan and Gaurav Gupta, State Vice Presidents; Rohit Anand Secretary, Pritam Sharma District General Secretary, Ravinder Singh District General Secretary, Jagdish Singh District Vice President, Aman Singh Parmar District Vice President and Ranjit Singh District Media Incharge.
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