Uttarakhand News: President Draupadi Murmu embarked on a three-day visit to Uttarakhand, where she engaged in various programs and interacted with the state’s people, particularly the vulnerable tribal community. During her visit, President Murmu emphasized the importance of leveraging government schemes, both at the Central and State levels, to stimulate economic development within the tribal community, fostering social and educational progress.
President Draupadi Murmu’s Visit to Uttarakhand Promotes Economic Development and Education
President Murmu stressed that economic strength is a prerequisite for overall development, and to achieve this, it’s crucial for individuals and communities to take advantage of the available schemes. She commended Uttarakhand for its historical commitment to education and noted that the tribal community in the state has made significant strides in this field.
She underlined the collective responsibility of society and individuals in propelling the nation forward, emphasizing the need for cooperation, support, and self-improvement. President Murmu encouraged the people to explore entrepreneurship opportunities, become self-reliant, and develop proficiency in a specific area, which is essential for self-sufficiency.
During her visit, representatives from the Raji and Buxa tribal groups of Uttarakhand presented handmade shawls and paintings to the President, highlighting the region’s rich cultural heritage. President Draupadi Murmu’s trip to Uttarakhand aimed to inspire and empower the tribal community, promoting economic growth and educational advancement.