Jhabua (Rahim Sherani) The eighth installment transfer ceremony under the Chief Minister Ladli Brahmin Yojana was organized at the district level by DRP. It was organized in the community hall located on the line.
The program started with the welcome of the guests present on the stage. While talking about the Ladli Brahmin Yojana, Collector Ms. Tanvi Hooda said that it has been seen in many places that this scheme has brought a lot of change in the lives of children and women. The Collector asked Ladli Sisters how many sisters utilize and save the amount received from the Ladli Brahmin Scheme. One Ladli Sister said that whatever amount is received from this scheme, she transfers it to her daughter’s account, where she uses it for her education.
Another dear sister told me that she was suffering from cancer, and she got her cancer treated by saving her money. For this, he thanked the Chief Minister. Thus, the sisters said that they use the amount in education, health, industry, and other important areas. After this, Laadli Brahmin Yojana was told by MP Guman Singh Damor that it was an important step for the change of society.
This zodiac sign is going to boost the morale of my dear sisters. Sisters can increase this zodiac sign many times with their creativity.
Other guests also presented their speeches. This program was celebrated as the Makar Sakranti festival, focusing on women’s empowerment and youth energy. Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav connected through a live broadcast from Kushabhau Thackeray Auditorium, Bhopal.
The Chief Minister transferred an amount of Rs 1575 crore to the sisters of the state under the Mukhyamantri Ladli Brahmin Yojana and transferred pension and financial assistance amounts to more than 56 lakh beneficiaries through a single click.
A total of Rs 24 crore, 50 lakh, 17 thousand, and 5 hundred were transferred to 1 lakh, 96 thousand, and 14 eligible women in the district under the Ladli Brahmin Yojana. During this, Deputy Collector Mrs. Asha Parmar, Women and Child Development Officer Radhusingh Baghel, Deputy Director of Social Justice and Disability Empowerment Department Pankaj Savle, other officers, public representatives, and a large number of dear sisters were present.