Corona – 17 children benefit from the Prime Minister’s child service

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17 children benefit from Prime Minister Bal Seva Yojana
Bulandshahr. 17 children who are orphaned due to the corona pandemic or who have lost one of their parents receive benefits as part of the Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana. The task force formed in the district had previously sent a list of 11 children to the government. Now the list of the remaining six will also be sent to the government. The task force is still trying to identify such children.
As a result of Korana, many such cases have been reported in the district in which both husband and wife died or one of them died. In such a situation, your children face a major challenge in managing their education, safety, and daily expenses. The government had ordered a task force in the district to identify such children. The task force mailed the list to the government after searching for 11 such children. When Amar Ujala published a series of messages as part of the Aapnatva campaign to look for such children, the administration and social organizations became more active. After this campaign, the task force drew up a list of six other children. Officials said the names of these children will be sent to the government. At the same time, the working group is looking for other such children in the district.
All orphans get help
A search is made in the district for those children whose mother or father has died of a corona infection. Previously 11 children were searched and now six more children have been searched. The number of these children has now risen to 17. All of this is facilitated according to the guidelines of the government – Nagendra Pal Singh, district probation officer and social welfare officer
The St. Momina group came to help the children
Social organizations also come forward to help orphans after the Amar Ujala Apanatva Abhiyan. Shah Faesal, chairman of the St. Momina Group of Schools, said he would take full responsibility for the education of the children whose parents died of Corona. The school management bears the costs for school fees, uniforms, learning materials, etc. for these children.
Four thousand a month will be available for care
Children whose parents or earners of both died after March 1, 2020 and the income of their other guardian is less than two lakh rupees will receive support of four thousand rupees per month. Destitute children under 10 years of age are looked after in kindergartens. The girl is kept in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya for care and training. You also get admission to Atal Residential Schools. One lakh rupees is given for the marriage of such a girl. Tablets / laptops are also given to such learning children.

17 children benefit from Prime Minister Bal Seva Yojana

Bulandshahr. 17 children who are orphaned due to the corona pandemic or who have lost one of their parents receive benefits as part of the Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana. The task force formed in the district had previously sent a list of 11 children to the government. Now the list of the remaining six will also be sent to the government. The task force is still trying to identify such children.

As a result of Korana, many such cases have been reported in the district in which both husband and wife died or one of them died. In such a situation, your children face a major challenge in managing their education, safety, and daily expenses. The government had ordered a task force in the district to identify such children. The task force mailed the list to the government after searching for 11 such children. When Amar Ujala published a series of messages as part of the Aapnatva campaign to look for such children, the administration and social organizations became more active. After this campaign, the task force drew up a list of six other children. Officials said the names of these children will be sent to the government. At the same time, the working group is looking for other such children in the district.

All orphans get help

A search is made in the district for those children whose mother or father has died of a corona infection. Previously 11 children were searched and now six more children have been searched. The number of these children has now risen to 17. All of this is facilitated according to the guidelines of the government – Nagendra Pal Singh, district probation officer and social welfare officer

The St. Momina group came to help the children

Social organizations also come forward to help orphans after the Amar Ujala Apanatva Abhiyan. Shah Faesal, chairman of the St. Momina Group of Schools, said he would take full responsibility for the education of the children whose parents died of Corona. The school management bears the costs for school fees, uniforms, learning materials, etc. for these children.

Four thousand a month will be available for care

Children whose parents or earners of both died after March 1, 2020 and the income of their other guardian is less than two lakh rupees will receive support of four thousand rupees per month. Destitute children under 10 years of age are looked after in kindergartens. The girl is kept in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya for care and training. You also get admission to Atal Residential Schools. One lakh rupees is given for the marriage of such a girl. Tablets / laptops are also distributed to such student children.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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