Original title: [Decisive battle and victory against poverty] Base length: Publicity has some tricks for migrants to move
(Reporter Wei Wanli reports) "I want my son to find his daughter-in-law and move to the city."
"Ex-situ immigrants have subsidies and don't spend a good house."
"Get out of the nest and sing a song of prosperity."
Recently, walking in the village of Jichang Town, some strange slogans have attracted everyone's attention. The kind and humorous tone, and the practical and earthly language, not only promote the many benefits of the resettlement policy, but also make the villagers Feeling novel, they stopped to watch.
The person who came up with these creative slogans was Shi Shiwei, deputy secretary of the party committee of Jichang Town. "So far, the rest of the population are those with more rigid thinking. The design of these slogans is to open up their thinking in plain and understandable language, starting from the points that the people are most concerned about and their immediate interests. Help promote the poverty alleviation and relocation work in ex-situ. "Shi Shiwei said.
In the past few days, the special relocation group of Jichang Town's Tackling Corps for ex-situ resettlement has been actively reaching out to the poor villages. While posting propaganda slogans, they have talked with the poor households in depth, and mobilized the villagers to relocate through policy and development.
"The relocation task of Jichang Town next year is 132 households with 534 people. Information collection of 46 households with 173 people has been completed, and 46 households have signed old house demolition agreements. In the next step, we will actively disseminate the unimplemented relocation households. At the same time, mobilize, at the same time, break down the tasks into the hands of the platoons and the person in charge of insurance, and together urge and mobilize the people who are eligible for the relocation to sign up for the relocation.
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The old houses of the relocated households have been demolished