Bhadohi: Government dreams of 50 children affected by Corona, orphans will benefit from the Prime Minister’s child service program

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Gyanpur. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath will launch the Prime Minister’s Child Service Program in the capital on Thursday. 50 children from 20 families affected by corona should receive their benefits in the district. Each child receives 12-12 thousand at the rate of three months. DM Aryaka Akhouri will increase the excitement of such children in the Collectorate Auditorium on Thursday.
Many parents of children died in the first and second corona waves. The mother or father of some children and both parents of some children have been victims of Corona. To improve the lives of these children, the government introduced Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana. So far 78 children in the district have been identified as part of the program. In which the list of 50 was sent to the government after the review was completed. The Chief Minister and Governor will inaugurate it on Thursday in Lok Bhawan, Lucknow. After one click, the amount of 12-12 thousand reaches the child account. District probation officer Mahendra Yadav said the program was carried out to save the lives of these children who lost either one or both of their parents during the covid period. In which full care was taken for the maintenance, education, medical care, etc. of the orphaned children.
4000 per month are transferred to the bank account of the legal guardian of the children under the system category from zero to 18 years of age. He said the children, who are completely orphaned and by order of the Child Welfare Committee, will be admitted to Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools with Atal Residential Schools for education from grades 6 through 12. If the girls identified in the program are marriageable, one thousand rupees will be given for marriage. A tablet / laptop is provided for children from class IX or up to the age of 18 who are completing vocational training. Precautions are taken to protect the movable and immovable property of these children.

Gyanpur. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath will launch the Prime Minister’s Child Service Program in the capital on Thursday. 50 children from 20 families affected by corona should receive their benefits in the district. Each child receives 12-12 thousand at the rate of three months. DM Aryaka Akhouri will increase the excitement of such children in the Collectorate Auditorium on Thursday.

Many parents of children died in the first and second corona waves. The mother or father of some children and both parents of some children have been victims of Corona. To improve the lives of these children, the government introduced Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana. So far 78 children in the district have been identified as part of the program. In which the list of 50 was sent to the government after the review was completed. On Thursday the Chief Minister and the Governor will present it in Lok Bhawan, Lucknow. After one click, the amount of 12-12 thousand reaches the child account. District probation officer Mahendra Yadav said the program was carried out to save the lives of these children who lost either one or both of their parents during the covid period. In which full care was taken for the maintenance, education, medical care, etc. of the orphaned children.

4000 per month are transferred to the bank account of the legal guardian of the children under the system category from zero to 18 years of age. He said the children, who are completely orphaned and by order of the Child Welfare Committee, will be admitted to Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools with Atal Residential Schools for education from grades 6 through 12. If the girls identified in the program are marriageable, one thousand rupees will be given for marriage. A tablet / laptop is provided for children from class IX or up to the age of 18 who are completing vocational training. Precautions are taken to protect the movable and immovable property of these children.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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