Aid amount reached in the account of orphans

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Chandauli. On Thursday, Governor Anandiben Patel and CM Yogi Adityanath started the children’s aid program from Lucknow. The government ran a program to help the children orphans who were orphaned after losing their parents due to infection during the Corona period. The program was broadcast live in the city’s NIC auditorium. DM Sanjeev Singh gave the children with single parents a letter of acceptance. The government transfers the three-month support amount to the joint account of the orphans and parents.
District Judge Sanjeev Singh said the government had taken the initiative to help the orphans. There are 56 children in the district, one of whom died during the second Corona wave. Applications were sent on behalf of everyone. 30 applications were verified. Children who reached NIC with 15 parents received letters of admission. He gave detailed information about the regulation. Said that during the Corona period, many children were orphaned after losing their parents. District Probation, Police Department, and Child Line mark such children. Therefore, the number of children may also increase in the future. Said the government will give the parents four thousand rupees a month for the upbringing of the children. A laptop or tablet is given to the children in class 9 or 18 years of age. These children are also given free education in the girls’ schools Atal Residential or Kasturba Gandhi. CDO Ajitendra Narayan, probation officer Indravati Yadav and child protection officer Kishan Verma were present.

Chandauli. On Thursday, Governor Anandiben Patel and CM Yogi Adityanath started the children’s aid program from Lucknow. The government ran a program to help the children orphans who were orphaned after losing their parents due to infection during the Corona period. The program was broadcast live in the city’s NIC auditorium. DM Sanjeev Singh gave the children with single parents a letter of acceptance. The government transfers the three-month support amount to the joint account of the orphans and parents.

District Judge Sanjeev Singh said the government had taken the initiative to help the orphans. There are 56 children in the district, one of whom died during the second Corona wave. Applications were sent on behalf of everyone. 30 applications were verified. Children who reached NIC with 15 parents received letters of admission. He gave detailed information about the regulation. During the Corona period, many children were orphans after losing their parents. District Probation, Police Department, and Child Line mark such children. Therefore, the number of children may also increase in the future. Said the government will give the parents four thousand rupees a month for the upbringing of the children. A laptop or tablet is given to the children in class 9 or 18 years of age. These children are also given free education in the girls’ schools Atal Residential or Kasturba Gandhi. CDO Ajitendra Narayan, probation officer Indravati Yadav and child protection officer Kishan Verma were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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