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Announcement of mukhyamantri bal seva yojana  for orphans

 CM Vijay Rupani announces for destitute children

 Plan for children who have become destitute due to coronary heart disease

  Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced a new scheme for destitute children who lost their parents in the transition to Corona. 

 The government has announced the Mukhyamantri Balseva Yojana.  Which will start from tomorrow.  The child who has become an orphan in this scheme.  And both his mother and father have died from corona.  

Such children will get the benefit of Mukhyamantri Balseva Yojana.  Children benefiting from the scheme will be given Rs 4,000 per child per month till they reach 18 years of age.

 Children up to the age of 18 years and both parents who have died in Corona are entitled to Rs.  4000 will be provided

 An adult child whose studies will continue will be given a monthly stipend of Rs.  6000 will be provided

 Even after completing 21 years, young men and women who are engaged in higher studies are entitled to a monthly stipend of Rs.  6000 will benefit.  That is, all types of undergraduate and postgraduate courses will be considered valid for this scheme.

 Scholarships prescribed by the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment to the children of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, NTDNT and Economically Backward Classes and Tribal Development Department to the children of the State subject to the resolutions, circulars, rules of that department.  Will be approved.

 The benefits of all the schemes of all the corporations owned by the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment and the Department of Tribal Development shall be given to the eligible children irrespective of the income limit.

 Not only this, educational loan for study in the state as well as loan for study abroad will be given on priority basis regardless of any income limit.

 Such orphans and destitute children will be covered under Mukhyamantri Yuva Swavalamban Yojana (MYSY) for higher education and its benefits will be given on priority basis without any income limit.

 Vocational training for children above 14 years of age and skill development training for children above 18 years of age will be imparted on priority basis at the government's expense under this Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana.

 Priority will be given to the destitute girls who have lost their parents for admission in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, residential schools run by the Central / State Government for education.  Hostel expenses will also be provided.

 The benefit of this scheme will also be available by including such destitute girls under Kunwarbai's Mameru scheme for marriage and the amount of Mamera under the scheme will be provided by the state government.

 Orphans who lose their parents during the Corona period will also be given priority medical treatment under the Mukhyamantri Amrutam "Maa" card scheme.

 Parents of children taking advantage of this scheme will be covered on priority basis under National Food Security (NFSA).  So that such families can get wheat, rice, sugar etc. at concessional rates every month.

 Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani said that the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment of the State Government would be functioning as the nodal agency for the implementation of Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana.

 CM Rupani said that the state government was also standing by the front line Corona Warriors who had lost their lives in the Corona transition by providing generous assistance to their families in the past.

 He added that this "Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana" will be implemented in the state as soon as possible with full confidence that the future of such children will not be in jeopardy.

The central government has also announced a plan for children

 The central government has announced a number of welfare schemes for children affected by the corona virus through the PM Care Fund.  The announcement comes on the eve of the completion of 7 years of the Modi government.  Children who have lost their parents in the Corona epidemic will be given a monthly allowance at the age of 18.
The government will provide stipend after 18 years

 A press note released by the PMO states that steps have been taken to support and empower children affected by Kovid, courtesy of PM Cares for Children, with the government standing by the government that lost their parents due to Kovid.  Such children will get a monthly stipend at the age of 18 and a fund of Rs 10 lakh from PM Cares at the age of 23.

 The government will also provide health insurance of Rs 5 lakh

 Free education will be ensured for children who have lost their parents due to covid.  Children will be helped to take out an education loan for higher education and PM Cares will pay interest on the loan.  Under Ayushman Bharat, children will get free health insurance of Rs 5 lakh for 18 years and the premium will be paid by PM Cares.


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 made an important statement

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that children represent the future of the country and we are ready to do everything for the support and protection of children.  It is our duty as a society to take care of the children.

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