Cdo, adm, dm, bank, labor – those who earn meals every day receive a thousand rupees a month

Orai. DM Priyanka Niranjan held a meeting on Disaster Management and the Prevention of Kovid 19 in the Collectorate Room on Wednesday. He said that in order to provide immediate relief to the poor and needy due to the circumstances of Corona, three months of ration would be provided free of charge to all ration card holders. Instructions were also given to give earners, workers, railroad tracks, street vendors, rickshaw and electric rickshaw drivers, seamen, porters, paldars, hairdressers, washing machines, shoemakers, street vendors, etc., a sum of a thousand rupees a month.
This amount is calculated in addition to the free ration given to them. Nodal officers are assigned by department to mark authorized persons, collect data and feed them on the website. The list of authorized persons is provided by the departmental nodal officer to the secretary (CDO) of the committee established by the government. After the verified lists were obtained from the Node Officers Department, the technical members of the committee formed while examining the CDO and ADM lists in collaboration with the district informatics officer and chief treasurer according to the mandate given, one per family directly on the beneficiaries’ accounts via E Kuber A sum of thousands of rupees is sent. For eligible beneficiaries who do not have a bank account, the money is transferred to their account by opening a bank account as a priority. The government has given instructions to complete the above-mentioned work within a maximum of 15 days. ADM Pramil Kumar Singh, City Magistrate Sunil Kumar Shukla, etc. attended the meeting.
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Campaign to identify people without ID
Orai. In the Kovid 19 prevention session, ADM Pramil Kumar Singh instructed the people of the district who do not have an aadhaar ID to have ID. The task of marking them should be done on a war basis. People living below the poverty line should also benefit from vaccinations according to the rules. Negligence in vaccinations and sampling is not to be excused. He appealed to the traders and small shopkeepers to get all vaccinations. So that the customers who come to the store can be protected from infection and effectively preventing the spread of Kovid 19. The ADM instructed the relevant CHC and PHC to drive the medical team to village-village and receive maximum vaccination. ACMO Dr. Satyaprakash, Social Affairs Officer Lalji Yadav, EDM Pushpendra Singh, etc. attended. (Conversation)

Orai. DM Priyanka Niranjan held a meeting on Disaster Management and the Prevention of Kovid 19 in the Collectorate Room on Wednesday. He said that in order to provide immediate relief to the poor and needy due to the circumstances of Corona, three months of ration would be provided free of charge to all ration card holders. Instructions were also given to give earners, workers, railroad tracks, street vendors, rickshaw and electric rickshaw drivers, seamen, porters, paldars, hairdressers, washing machines, shoemakers, street vendors, etc., a sum of a thousand rupees a month.

This amount is calculated in addition to the free ration given to them. Nodal officers are assigned by department to mark authorized persons, collect data and feed them on the website. The list of authorized persons is provided by the departmental nodal officer to the secretary (CDO) of the committee established by the government. After the verified lists were obtained from the Node Officers Department, the technical members of the committee formed while examining the CDO and ADM lists in collaboration with the district informatics officer and chief treasurer according to the mandate given, one per family directly on the beneficiaries’ accounts via E Kuber A sum of thousands of rupees is sent. For eligible beneficiaries who do not have a bank account, the money is transferred to their account by opening a bank account as a priority. The government has given instructions to complete the above-mentioned work within a maximum of 15 days. ADM Pramil Kumar Singh, City Magistrate Sunil Kumar Shukla, etc. attended the meeting.

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Campaign to identify people without ID

Orai. In the Kovid 19 prevention session, ADM Pramil Kumar Singh instructed the people of the district who do not have an aadhaar ID to have ID. The task of marking them should be done on a war basis. People living below the poverty line should also benefit from vaccinations according to the rules. Negligence in vaccinations and sampling is not to be excused. He appealed to the traders and small shopkeepers to get all vaccinations. So that customers who come to the store can be protected from infection and effectively preventing the spread of Kovid 19. The ADM instructed the responsible CHC and PHC to drive with the medical team to village-village and get more and more vaccinations. ACMO Dr. Satyaprakash, Social Affairs Officer Lalji Yadav, EDM Pushpendra Singh, etc. attended. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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