JAMMU, APR 1:
Common Service Centre (CSC) under Digital India Program was formally inaugurated in Ward No. 50 Channi Himmat by Former MLC Vikram Randhawa along with Corporator Ward No. 50 Neena Gupta, Incharge Ayushman Bharat Scheme BJP J&K Kunti Jasrotia, and State Head Information Technology (IT) BJP J&K Advocate Ishant Gupta in presence of CSC Centre Owner Trishula Gupta.
While addressing to media persons, Vikram Randhawa said that we are stepping towards the world of digitalization fulfilling Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Digital India. He said that we are thankful to PM for providing Golden Health Cards under Ayushman Bharat Scheme to 135 crores people of India. Randhawa further said that opening of CSC Centre is a great step by corporator and her team for the welfare of public of Channi Himmat as they can get an array of services from CSC like Enrollment of Ayushman Bharat Golden Cards, Domicile Certificates, Insurance services, Passport, E-Aadhar letter download and print, Birth and Death Certificates and so on.
Neena Gupta said that CSC Centres are the access point for delivery of public utility services, social welfare schemes, healthcare, financial, and education services. She congratulates the owner of the centre and hope that she will provide better facilities to the residents of ward no. 50. She further said that we are committed to provide all the services to the inhabitants of ward no. 50 within our locality and work with a vision “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas”.
Kunti Jasrotia said that Ayushman Bharat Scheme prove to be a life changer for the people of India. She thanked Hon’ble PM to introduce this scheme for the welfare of the people. She said that with the help of these CSC Centres, people can avail the benefit of the Ayushman Bharat scheme by enroll themselves digitally. She said we will soon approach the authorities for the opening more CSC Centres across J&K.
Advocate Varun Gupta, Robin Karwal, Poonam Gupta, Kamlesh Magotra, Deewakar Kohli, Ashok Gupta and other prominent persons of ward no. 50 were present on this occasion.
JAMMU, APR 1: