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PDDU Nagar. The CM had announced that it would give a thousand rupees per family to poor street vendors living in urban areas, including pastry chefs, hairdressers, launderers, shoemakers, palledars, rickshaws, e-rickshaw drivers, etc. But until now none of the town’s street vendors could get the grant. The municipality’s PDDU claims to be responsible for providing city information. Rail traders are looking for a grant.
At the end of April, as soon as the second wave of corona infections intensified, the state government imposed a corona curfew. It is for this reason that the problem of livelihood has arisen in society, including the day wage traders, pastry chefs, hairdressers, laundromats, shoemakers, palledars, rickshaws, e-rickshaw drivers, and others. To help them, the CM announced that they would give a thousand rupees per family. But even after the announcement, the church was unable to feed the information about these people. According to department sources, the community officials only work on behalf of the community based on the number of registered railroad traders under the Pradhan Mantri Svanidhi Yojana to avoid such work as checking. While there is a chance that the benefits of people belonging to the pastry shop, cobbler, rickshaw puller, barber, launderer, etc.
PDDU Nagar. In the corona wave that came last year, the help of the rail traders was also provided by the state government. This was also promoted by the community. Although this time it was not done. Many people from the lower-income group have not yet been able to register for this service. conversation
The feeding work is carried out on the direction of the government. As soon as the characters have been entered, the amount under DBT flows directly into the beneficiary’s account.
Krishna Chandra, EO Church PDDU Nagar

chase businesspeople waiting for a grant

PDDU Nagar. The CM had announced that it would give a thousand rupees per family to poor street vendors living in urban areas, including pastry chefs, hairdressers, launderers, shoemakers, palledars, rickshaws, e-rickshaw drivers, etc. But until now none of the town’s street vendors could get the grant. The municipality’s PDDU claims to be responsible for providing city information. Rail traders are looking for a grant.

At the end of April, as soon as the second wave of corona infections intensified, the state government imposed a corona curfew. It is for this reason that the problem of livelihood has arisen in society in front of people such as street vendors, pastry chefs, hairdressers, launders, shoemakers, pulldars, rickshaws, e-rickshaw drivers, and others. To help them, the CM announced that they would give a thousand rupees per family. But even after the announcement, the church was unable to feed the information about these people. According to department sources, the community officials only work on behalf of the community based on the number of registered railroad traders under the Pradhan Mantri Svanidhi Yojana to avoid such work as checking. However, there is a chance that the benefits of pastry chefs, cobblers, rickshaw pullers, hairdressers, launderers, etc.

PDDU Nagar. In the corona wave that came last year, the help of the rail traders was also provided by the state government. This was also promoted by the community. Although this time it was not done. Many people from the lower-income group have not yet been able to register for this service. conversation

The feeding work is carried out on the direction of the government. As soon as the characters have been entered, the amount under DBT flows directly into the beneficiary’s account.

Krishna Chandra, EO Church PDDU Nagar

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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