Childcare program started, 10 children receive social assistance

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Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel started the children’s aid program from Lucknow on Thursday. Distributed letters of acceptance, sweets, school bags to the children. Under this scheme, an amount of Rs 12,000 per month for 36 children in the district will be digitally transferred to each child’s account at a rate of Rs. 4,000 per month for 3 months.
The Prime Minister and Governor’s inauguration programs were broadcast live on the broadcast organized in the Collectorate Auditorium. Public representatives, children and parents saw and heard. At the same time, District Judge Rajesh Kumar symbolically handed over letters of acceptance, school bags and tiffins to 10 beneficiaries (destitute children). The district judge announced that 432,000 rupees (12,000 rupees per beneficiary for three months at a rate of 4,000 rupees per month) will be transferred to the accounts of 36 beneficiaries (destitute children during the covid-19 epidemic). During Kovid-19, the district judge discussed food, drink, education, etc. with the destitute children. In this sequence, the district judge instructed the district probation officer to admit the children in Kasturba Gandhi Vidyalaya while making sure that a child’s guardian was provided receives accommodation as part of the Prime Minister’s housing program. In addition, he said destitute children should be ensured to receive 100 percent of the benefits of the government’s public welfare systems.

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel started the children’s aid program from Lucknow on Thursday. Distributed letters of acceptance, sweets, school bags to the children. Under this scheme, an amount of Rs 12,000 per month for 36 children in the district will be digitally transferred to each child’s account at a rate of Rs. 4,000 per month for 3 months.

The Prime Minister and Governor’s inauguration programs were broadcast live on the broadcast organized in the Collectorate Auditorium. Public representatives, children and parents saw and heard. At the same time, District Judge Rajesh Kumar symbolically handed over letters of acceptance, school bags and tiffins to 10 beneficiaries (destitute children). The district judge announced that 432,000 rupees (12,000 rupees per beneficiary for three months at a rate of 4,000 rupees per month) will be transferred to the accounts of 36 beneficiaries (destitute children during the covid-19 epidemic). During Kovid-19, the district judge discussed food, drink, education, etc. with the destitute children. In this sequence, the district judge instructed the district probation officer to admit the children in Kasturba Gandhi Vidyalaya while making sure that a child’s guardian was provided receives accommodation as part of the Prime Minister’s housing program. In addition, he said destitute children should be ensured to receive 100 percent of the benefits of the government’s public welfare systems.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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