CM Yogi Adityanath’s visit to Ballia Chief Minister asked the Monitoring Committee questions about Corona Corona

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Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath attended the Supervisory Committee meeting in Hebatpur, Ballia, on Friday. Village director Sanju Rai said Corona was overcome by motivating villagers to put on masks, maintain social distancing and quarantine those infected.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the Supervisory Committee meeting at the Panchayat Bhawan Complex in Haibatpur Village, adjacent to Ballia Nagar.
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Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath attended the Supervisory Committee meeting in Hebatpur, Ballia, on Friday. I asked the members how you dealt with the situation when Corona was found to be infected in your village. In addition, village director Sanju Rai said it was overcome by motivating villagers to put on masks, maintain social distancing and quarantine those infected.The CM received information from the members of the monitoring committee on the condition of the village, the distribution of medicines, the distribution of food crops, and education and health. The consumers of the eligible household were also asked about the free food grain and food cards. Village chief Sanju Rai answered all of the CM’s questions with impunity.

CM Yogi Adityanath distributed food grains to four women and one male beneficiary of the eligible household under the Pradhan mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana. On this occasion, Minister of State Upendra Tiwari, Anand Swaroop Shukla, District Judge Aditi Singh, Superintendent of Police Dr. Vipin Tada, Sub-Collector Sadar Rajesh Yadav, District Supply Officer Krishna Gopal Pandey, BDO Hanumanganj Dhanprati Yadav etc. in attendance.

At the meeting of the monitoring committee in Hebatpur, CM Yogi instructed people to make people aware of Corona, to motivate the villagers to vaccinate and to improve the cleanliness system in the village. In addition, the Prime Minister called on the ASHA daughters-in-law and Anganwadi employees present at the meeting to distribute corona drug packages free of charge to children aged 0 to 12.

Haibatpur Village Eligible Household Card Holders pride themselves on receiving a ration in the hands of the Chief Minister. He says that he did not even dream that the CM himself would distribute the ration with his own hands. He says that with the arrival of CM not only did the face of the village change, but we also got to know the government’s welfare systems, which we didn’t know about until today. Lekhpal Harendra Singh, Ashabahu Subhavati Tiwari, Rekha Rai, Seema Rai, Rajkumari and Secretary Dharmendra Pathak were present at the meeting.

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Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath attended the Supervisory Committee meeting in Hebatpur, Ballia, on Friday. I asked the members how you dealt with the situation when Corona was found to be infected in your village. In addition, village director Sanju Rai said it was overcome by motivating villagers to put on masks, maintain social distancing and quarantine those infected.

The CM received information from the members of the monitoring committee on the condition of the village, the distribution of medicines, the distribution of food crops, and education and health. The consumers of the eligible household were also asked about the free food grain and food cards. Village chief Sanju Rai answered all of the CM’s questions with impunity.

CM Yogi Adityanath distributed food grains to four women and one male beneficiary of the eligible household under the Pradhan mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana. On this occasion, Minister of State Upendra Tiwari, Anand Swaroop Shukla, District Judge Aditi Singh, Superintendent of Police Dr. Vipin Tada, Sub-Collector Sadar Rajesh Yadav, District Supply Officer Krishna Gopal Pandey, BDO Hanumanganj Dhanprati Yadav etc. in attendance.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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