Bhagwant Mann and Arvind Kejriwal Launch Mukh Mantri Teerth Yatra Scheme in Punjab

Bhagwant Mann and Arvind Kejriwal Launch Mukh Mantri Teerth Yatra Scheme in Punjab

Bhagwant Mann and Arvind Kejriwal Launch Mukh Mantri Teerth Yatra Scheme in Punjab

On November 27, in Dhuri (Sangrur), Punjab, Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, along with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, inaugurated the Mukh Mantri Teerth Yatra Scheme. This initiative aims to enable people to visit sacred places across the country, aligning with the teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Addressing the gathering on Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Parkash Purb, Chief Minister Mann highlighted the scheme’s significance in promoting universal love, brotherhood, and peace. The scheme’s launch coincided with the auspicious occasion, emphasizing the government’s commitment to facilitating pilgrims who face challenges in visiting holy sites.

Under the scheme, pilgrims from various cities, including Amritsar, Jalandhar, and Dhuri, will travel to sacred destinations like Sri Hazur Sahib. Over three months, more than 50,000 pilgrims are expected to benefit from the initiative, with both train and bus options available for different destinations.

Chief Minister Mann assured the provision of medical support during the yatra, emphasizing the inclusion of young attendants for elderly travelers. The scheme, initially introduced by the Delhi government, offers AC transport, accommodation, and meals for pilgrims.

In addition to the Teerth Yatra Scheme, Chief Minister Mann highlighted the state’s achievements, such as job creation, private sector investments, Aam Aadmi Clinics, and the door-to-door delivery of food. He emphasized the government’s transparent approach in providing opportunities based on merit.

Opposition criticisms were dismissed by Chief Minister Mann, urging the public to support the government’s efforts for the well-being of Punjab. He underscored the need to break away from the past leadership’s inaccessible approach, promoting a government that serves the people.

In his address, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal commended the launch of the scheme and emphasized the government’s commitment to serving the people of Delhi and Punjab. He highlighted the revolutionary changes in health, education, and other sectors, stating that the scheme had already benefited over 80,000 people in Delhi.

Kejriwal expressed pride in redirecting funds towards people-centric initiatives, contrasting with previous spending on maritime activities. He envisioned the Mukh Mantri Teerth Yatra Scheme as a significant step toward facilitating pilgrimages, particularly for women and senior citizens in Punjab.

 

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