Multi media photo exhibition at Markanda from Feb. 17 .

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Gadchiroli Feb. 16 (District correspondent) Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India has organized a grand multimedia photo exhibition on the themes “Ayushyaman Bharat, International Nutrient Grains Year 2023, Eight Years of Government Development, G20 and Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava” at Zilla Parishad Higher Primary School Campus, Markanda Deo in Chamorshi Taluka from 17th February to 21st February in collaboration with Central Bureau of Communications, Divisional Office, Pune, Regional Office, Wardha, District Administration and District Information Office, Gadchiroli,

The exhibition will be inaugurated on February 17, 2023 at 10 am by MP Ashok Nete. MLA Devrao Holi, Padmashri Parashuram Khune, Collector Sanjay Meena, Additional Superintendent of Police Kumar Chinta, Project Officer of ITDP Dr. Ghosh, District Civil Surgeon Anil Rude, Regional Publicity Officer of Central Bureau of Communications, Wardha and Assistant Director of Regional Office Nagpur Hansraj Raut, Block Development Officer, Sagar Patil, Tehsildar Sanjay Nagtilak will be present.

In this exhibition, an illustrated photo exhibition giving information about the various development works done by the Government of India, as well as a digital wall, various films, information leaflets will be shown. Along with this there will also be an exhibition of books by Publication Division of Government of India and District Information Office.

A health camp will be held for the citizens through the Health Department. Also, various stalls providing health information will be kept at this place. There will be stalls of various government departments giving information about various schemes. Also, various quiz competitions will be held for NSS students of Gondwana University, students of Tribal Ashram Schools Nutritious food competition for Anganwadi workers and helpers will be held through the Women and Economic Development Corporation for women in self-help groups.

The Central Bureau of Communications, Wardha has appealed to the public to take advantage of this exhibition free of cost.

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