Pune: Mobile Exhibition Vans to Spread Awareness of Central Government Schemes in Maharashtra

Pune: Mobile Exhibition Vans to Spread Awareness of Central Government Schemes in Maharashtra
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Pune, 11th June 2023: In an effort to ensure that the common man is well-informed, satisfied, and safe, the government consistently introduces various schemes. However, many people miss out on the benefits of these schemes due to a lack of information. Recognizing this issue, Maharashtra State Higher and Technical Education Minister, Chandrakant Patil, commended the Central Bureau of Communications for providing an opportunity for people to become aware of government schemes.


Minister Patil expressed his appreciation during the flag-off event of the Multimedia Mobile Exhibition Vans organized by the Central Bureau of Communications, Regional Office in Pune. He highlighted the significance of visual information, particularly for the millions of people participating in the wari pilgrimage. Such awareness activities bridge the information gap and facilitate the implementation of government schemes and policies. The minister expressed hope that people would become more aware of the schemes and register for them, encouraging villagers participating in the wari to approach their respective Tehsildar and Talathi for assistance in implementing these schemes.


This initiative aims to inform people about the major schemes and achievements of the Central Government over the past nine years, coinciding with the palanquin ceremony of Saint Shri Dnyaneshwar Maharaj and Jagadguru Shri Tukaram Maharaj. One exhibition van will be dedicated to each route between Pune and Pandharpur.


The inaugural program took place at the Divisional Commissioner’s Office (Vidhan Bhawan), attended by Pune Divisional Commissioner Saurabh Rao, Central Bureau of Communication Pune Deputy Director Nikhil Deshmukh, Manager Dr. Jitendra Panipatil, and other officials and employees.


The vans will feature local and traditional cultural performances such as Abhanga, Bhajan, and other folk art forms, providing information about various developmental activities of the Central Government. Equipped with LED screens, the vans will showcase government schemes, policies, and devotional films based on the lives of saints.


Deputy Director Nikhil Deshmukh of the Central Bureau of Communication appealed to devotees to visit this traveling exhibition in large numbers, ensuring widespread awareness and understanding of the government’s initiatives.


This mobile exhibition initiative strives to bridge the information gap, empowering people to make use of the government schemes and policies that are intended to benefit them.