By Our Staff Reporter
IMPHAL, Sep 19: Union Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Food Processing Prahlad Singh Patel has stated that delivery of benefits of several schemes taken up for the welfare of economically weaker sections to each and every needy household is the wish of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prahlad Singh Patel attended a free health check-up camp held at Irom Meijrao today as a part of the Seva Pakhwada fortnight.
The free health check-up camp was jointly organised by BJP Imphal West District and BJP Wangoi Mandal.
Notably, Seva Pakhwada fortnight is being observed across the country in celebration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday.
He said that several activities are being organised in Manipur in connection with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday and these activities are guided by BJP’s noble ideas of uniform development and service to the poor and the needy.
Prahlad Singh Patel claimed that the country has been marching speedily on the path of development following installation of BJP Government.
Manipur has seen many changes and development under the guidance of the Prime Minister, he said.
At the instruction of the Prime Minister, Union Ministers have been visiting several States of the country regularly, particularly the North Eastern States and several schemes and projects are being implemented in line with the people’s wishes.
Under the same arrangement, many Union Ministers have been visiting Manipur quite regularly, he said.
According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, politics is primarily about serving the people. Guided by this principle of the Prime Minister, BJP has been reaching out to the poor and the needy, claimed BJP Manipur Pradesh president A Sarda.
She said that BJP would continue to help weaker sections.
She said that several activities like blood donation camps, health camps, cleanliness drives, tree plantation drives etc have been lined up for a fortnight to celebrate Narendra Modi’s birthday.
BJP Manipur Pradesh vice-president and ex-Minister O Lukhoi said that the health check-up camp was organised in line with Narendra Modi’s instruction to serve the poor and the needy instead of celebrating his birthday with sharing of cake and other merrymaking activities.
Around 300 people came to the health check-up camp where CMHT cards were also prepared for the eligible families.
The camp also featured Covid vaccination as well as screening of eyes.
Rajya Sabha MP Leisemba Sanajaoba, Health & Family Welfare Minister Dr Sapam Ranjan, BJP Manipur Pradesh vice-president Ch Chidananda, general secretary P Premananda and other key office-bearers also attended the camp.