BY TC News Desk
Agartala, September 13: The government’s commitment to fostering self-reliance in Tripura took center stage as Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Ratanlal Nath inaugurated a mega credit camp at the Mohanpur Panchayat Samiti Hall. This event served as a testament to the government’s dedication to implementing various initiatives aimed at achieving self-sufficiency, a top priority for the state.
Minister Ratanlal Nath highlighted the government’s focus on building a self-reliant Tripura, paralleling Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for a self-reliant India. The mega credit camp, organized by the Tripura Rural Livelihood Mission and Mohanpur Block Mission Management Unit, underscored the government’s commitment to improving the socio-economic status of rural communities.
Minister Nath emphasized the empowerment of rural residents through self-help groups, noting that the community investment fund for these groups has been increased from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1 lakh 50 thousand. The government is actively supporting self-help groups to enable their members to attain self-sufficiency.
Notable figures present at the event included Mohanpur Panchayat Samiti Chairman Reena Debbarma, Vice Chairman Rakesh Deb, and other dignitaries. The welcome address was delivered by Mohanpur block BDO Narayan Chandra Majumder. As part of the mega credit camp, loans amounting to 2 crore 12 lakh rupees were disbursed to 103 self-help groups in the block. During the ceremony, dignitaries presented checks to the self-help groups, further emphasizing the government’s commitment to empowering rural communities and promoting self-reliance.