Amit Jha, Khagadia. In the 67th Combined Competitive Examination of BPSC, one question was also related to Khagadia. The question was- Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan from which district of Bihar was launched by the Prime Minister in 2020? A: Patna, B: Banka, C: Madhepura, D: Khagadia, E: None of the above-More than one of the above.
It is to be known that this campaign was started by the Prime Minister from Delhi through video conferencing from Khagaria. This achievement has become history. There are many districts in the option of this question, but the correct answer is Khagaria. Seeing the question, not only the examinees, people also remembered that achievement of 2020. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his ambitious Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan on 20 June 2020 from Telihar Panchayat under Beldaur block of Khagadia district. Under the Prime Minister’s Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan, out of the 116 identified districts of the country, the Prime Minister had chosen Khagaria district for the launch. 32 districts of Bihar are included in this scheme. The scheme was launched by the Prime Minister through video conferencing from Telihar village under Beldaur block of Khagadia district.
Under this scheme, such districts were selected, where 25 thousand migrant laborers returned to their homes during the Corona period. According to the data of Khagadia district administration, about 47 thousand migrant laborers had returned to Khagadia during the Corona period. Under this scheme, infrastructure was to be developed by giving 125 days of employment. There is a special focus on 25 different areas under the scheme. In which community sanitation programme, construction of village panchayat building, work under the amount received from the recommendation of Finance Commission, works of national highway, water conservation, well construction, plantation, horticulture, waste management, pond digging, animal shed, poultry, vermi Compost manufacturing, ambitious schemes under PM Urja Ganga program to connect migrant laborers and provide employment to migrant laborers along with development.
Under this scheme, 67 lakh laborers have been returned in 116 districts of six states of the country. These 116 districts include 32 in Bihar, 31 in Uttar Pradesh, 24 in Madhya Pradesh, 22 in Rajasthan, four in Odisha and three in Jharkhand. Seeing the question paper of BPAC competitive examination, the people of the district remembered this achievement of the district under the Prime Minister’s Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan.
Edited By: Dilip Kumar Shukla