Himachal Panchvati Yojana 2022: Green Belt Development

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HP Panchvati Yojana 2022 | Green Belt Development Scheme for Rural Senior Citizens 2022 | Himachal Scheme For Senior Citizens | Panchwati Yojana | हिमाचल पंचवटी योजना

Himachal Pradesh Panchavati Yojana 2022 is a Green Belt Development Plan for Rural Senior Citizens, parks and gardens will be developed for older people with the scheme MGNREGA link.

In this Panchvati Yojana (Panchvati Yojana), the government will develop parks and gardens in every development block with necessary facilities for senior citizens of rural areas. The government has given information about the next phase of the plan in the state’s financial budget 2021-22

Himachal Pradesh Panchvati Yojana 2022

Himachal Pradesh Government has launched HP Panchavati Yojana 2022 as Green Belt Development Scheme for elderly people. Under the Himachal Panchavati scheme, the work will be combined with the MNREGA scheme. The main purpose of which is to provide an opportunity for elderly people to relax in the parks and gardens.

In 2020-21, 364 sites have been identified and work has been started at 180 locations under the ‘Panchavati Yojana’. In 2021-22, parks will be constructed at 100 additional sites under the Himachal Pradesh Panchavati scheme. Parks and gardens will be developed on a flat land of at least one bigha with the convergence of MNREGA, Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural), and the 14th Finance Commission.

This HP Panchvati Yojana of the government will increase the life expectancy of the elderly keeping in mind the health needs of senior citizens. Many ayurvedic and medicinal plants will be grown in parks and gardens along with recreational equipment, walkways and other basic facilities for senior citizens HP Rural Development Department will implement the HP Panchavati Yojana.

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Panchvati Yojana key Highlights

Name of the schemePanchvati Yojana 2022
Started ByChief Minister Shri Jairam Thakur
Launch Date08 Jun 2020
StateHimachal Pradesh
Beneficiarysenior citizen
ObjectiveRaising the life expectancy of the elderly
Scheme FY2022

HP Panchwati Yojana 1st Phase

In the current financial year, around 100 parks will be developed in different parts of the state under the HP Green Belt Development Scheme. HP Panchavati Yojana Phase I was launched on 8 June 2020 through video conferencing.

In 2020-21, 364 sites have been identified and work has been started at 180 locations under the ‘Panchavati Yojana’.

Selected blocks / districts for parks and garden development

In the first phase, parks and gardens will be developed in several areas in the state of Himachal Pradesh, some of them are listed below:

Development BlockDistrict
Gohar development blockMandi
Bangana development blockUna
Banjar and Naggar development blocksKullu
Nagrota Bagwan and Sulah development blocksKangra
Kaza development blockLahaul-Spiti
Paonta Sahib and Pachhad development blocksSirmaur
Kalpa development blockKinnaur
Tissa and Bhatiyat development blocksWork
Kandaghat development blockSolan
Rohru development blockShimla
Nadaun development blockHamirpur

Benefits of Himachal Panchavati Scheme

According to the government, after taking health benefits from these parks, it will prove to be a boon for senior citizens to live a healthy and happy life. Apart from this, the state government is working hard to provide maximum facilities to the people of the state, especially senior citizens and the Panchavati scheme is a major step in this direction.

The spread of the Kovid-19 epidemic has forced policymakers to rethink and reform the government’s policies and programs, with a particular focus on rural development. About 90% of the population of Himachal Pradesh lives in rural areas and hence the government is focusing on rural-oriented policies which will ensure a rapid pace of development in these areas.

The Chief Minister directed that the machinery should use the latest technologies to publicize various development plans and success stories. In addition, developmental facilities should be brought out and provided to both print and electronic media.

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