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VIBRANT VILLAGE PROGRAMME



  May 13, 2024

VIBRANT VILLAGE PROGRAMME



1. What is the Vibrant Village Programme?

The Vibrant Village Programme (VVP) is an initiative by the Indian government to improve connectivity and infrastructure in border villages along the China border. This includes the construction of roads and bridges to facilitate easier access and mobility.

2. Why was the VVP introduced?

The VVP was introduced to prevent migration from border villages by improving living conditions and infrastructure, thereby encouraging residents to stay. It also aims to enhance security and gather intelligence by maintaining a stable population in these strategic areas.

3. How much is the government spending per kilometer on road construction under the VVP?

The government is likely to spend over ₹2 crore per kilometer for road construction in regions like Uttarakhand and Sikkim under the VVP.

4. Which areas are being targeted by the VVP?

The VVP targets villages in border regions of Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, and Ladakh. These areas have historically lacked adequate road connectivity and infrastructure.

5. What are the expected outcomes of the VVP?

The expected outcomes include reduced migration from border areas, improved local infrastructure, and strengthened national security through better surveillance and intelligence gathering from a stable border population.


6. How is the construction activity monitored under the VVP?

The government has mandated the installation of GPS systems in key machinery and equipment to monitor the execution of road works, ensuring transparency and efficiency in construction activities.


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