Bhopal: Amid the continued lockdown to comprise the coronavirus epidemic, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday introduced an assist of Rs 1,000 for labourers within the unorganised sector.
He additionally introduced that beneficiaries of social safety pension scheme, widow pension, old-age pension and destitute pension schemes will get two months’ pension prematurely.
Labourers within the unorganized sector can be given monetary help of Rs 1,000 every via the Sannirman Karmkar Mandal, mentioned Chouhan who took over as chief minister two days in the past.
Additional, an advance of Rs 2,000 per household can be offered to members of the Shariya, Baiga and Bhariya tribal communities, he mentioned.
As colleges are closed, some 65.91 lakh college students don’t get mid-day meals at college.
Subsequently, Rs 155 can be transferred into checking account of every major colleges pupil and Rs 232 within the account of every middle-school pupil, including as much as assist of complete of Rs 156.15 crore, he mentioned.
He has additionally directed that public distribution system (PDS) outlets ought to distribute the meals grain ration of April, he mentioned.
Uninterrupted provide of fertilizers and seeds can be ensured for farmers, the chief minister mentioned.
Chouhan held a evaluate assembly on coronavirus state of affairs within the state via video convention earlier.
To date, 15 individuals have examined constructive for the illness in Madhya Pradesh. A girl recognized with COVID-19 died on Wednesday night.
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