Jan Ashirvaad Yatras of the four newly appointed union ministers from Maharashtra are in the final stages.
The four Ministers – Narayan Rane, Bhagwat Karad, Kapil Patil and Bharati Pawar have been visiting various parts of the state to create awareness among people about various government schemes at the grassroot level and also ascertain whether the public welfare schemes have reached the rural areas in the true sense.
AIR correspondent reports, Union Minister of State Kapil Patil said the huge crowd on the streets to welcome the Jan Ashirwad Yatra despite heavy rains is a great blessing given by the people to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He also testified that he would be determined to fulfill the trust placed in him by the people.
Mr. Patil’s Jan Ashirwad Yatra concluded with a public meeting at Dive Anjur near Bhiwandi on the fifth day yesterday.
Union Minister Narayan Rane, in a press conference in Mumbai yesterday said through this yatra they tried to share the work that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done for the people of the country.
He said after 75 years of independence, India would be moving towards superpower.
He also stressed on the need of India to a global leader in exports thereby increasing the per capita income of the country.
The Jana Aashirwad Yatra of Dr. Bhagwat Karad which started from Beed on August 16 reached Aurangabad yesterday.
On first visit after becoming a Union Minister Dr. Karad said he is informing the people about the schemes being implemented by the Center for the people.
Addressing a rally in Dhule district Union minister of State for Health and Family welfare Smt. Bharati Pawar said that the Centre has announced Rs. 23 thousand crore package for advanced medical equipment and medical facilities that could be useful for research and treatment.
The minister also said that Dhule and Nandurbar districts will be provided with proper aid to strengthen health care infrastructure.