In Lockdown 2.0, panchayats can now get a chance to be more active against the transition from Corona. On National Panchayat Day, at 11 am, Prime Minister Modi will talk to panchayat representatives across the country.
The fight against Corona has so far been limited to the city areas. Now the transition is also expected to move towards the villages. Migrants from many states have also reached villages in the state. So far, the Panchayat Ministry has not even directly included the Panchayats in this campaign. The panchayat representative is also not registered as Corona Warriors.
Panchayats have so far been asked to sanitize, make people aware, distribute masks, gloves, etc., give information about people from outside, etc. Now, on the national Panchayat Day, the change in the situation is believed to be fixed by PM Modi talking to the panchayat representatives.
The reason is also that PM can also refer to the work of the panchayats which have done better work in the war from Corona at this time. As part of the program,
the representatives of the panchayats who have done a good job against Corona are also to be talked to on behalf of the PM.
Chief Minister wishes National Panchayat Day
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has greeted all the Panchayat representatives of the state on National Panchayat Raj Day. In the ongoing message, the Chief Minister said that Panchayati Raj institutions have an important role in the development of the country. Presently, all panchayat representatives have played an important role in the Coronavirus infection crisis.
It would have been very difficult to control this disaster if there was no active cooperation of the delegates. He said that the fight against Corona is long. One has to follow social distancing and convince others for the same. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will talk to some panchayat representatives on April 24 on National Panchayat Raj Day.
They will launch the e-gram Swaraj application during this time. At the same time, the new Central Sector Scheme ‘Ownership’ will also be started. It is being launched in eight states of the country on a pilot basis. Uttarakhand is also included in this.