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Ladli Bahna Yojana will change the lives of poor sisters: Shivraj

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Bhopal, May 25 (Hindustan Times). Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that the resolution of the state government is to remove the poverty of the sisters and take them forward and include them in the Lakhpati club. In the Livelihood Mission, the government will provide a form of movement to connect the sisters of self-help groups with employment-oriented activities and increase income. Many schemes of the state government for the welfare and dignity of girls in the state are getting positive results. The recently launched Chief Minister Ladli Bahna Yojana will transform the lives of poor sisters, they will move towards self-reliance with dignity.

Chief Minister Chauhan was addressing the silver jubilee celebrations and women’s convention of Dindori district in the presence of Governor Mangubhai Patel on Thursday. On completion of 25 years of the establishment of the district, he inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of the development works, gave several gifts of development.

Dindori people are admirable, there are more daughters than sons here

The Chief Minister said that the people of Dindori are praiseworthy. Daughters are born more than sons in the district. This is not a simple matter. Here the ratio of daughters to 1000 sons is 1104. Dindori district knows how to honor mothers and sisters. Here the sisters are progressive, they are working on advanced seed conservation of coarse grains like kodo-kutki. He has done important work in maintaining soil fertility by saving much of Dindori’s agricultural land from the use of chemical fertilizers. The state government stands with the farmer sisters in their efforts to improve and develop agriculture in the state.

He said that the state government has given full respect to mothers, sisters and daughters in the state. The state government started efforts to save and increase the number of girl children from the year 2003. Ladli Lakshmi Yojana arranged to save girls, make them millionaires and give them education. Now daughters are not a burden on the family. The state government is conducting marriages of daughters of poor families under the Chief Minister’s Marriage-Nikah Yojana. He is being given a check of Rs 49,000 as a wedding gift.

The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao campaign has been successfully implemented in Madhya Pradesh. CM Ladli Bahna Yojana is a life changing scheme for poor sisters. In which from June 10, the state government will deposit 1000 rupees every month in the sister’s bank account. One lakh 23 thousand sisters of Dindori district will benefit from the scheme. Sisters will not become helpless, they will become strong.

He said that the poor sisters should join the self-help groups of the Livelihood Mission and join the Lakhpati Club to overcome poverty through self-employment. The state government is giving a form of movement to increase the income of women through various employment oriented schemes and programmes.

He said that under the Jal Jeevan Mission, drinking water will be supplied to every house in the district through taps. He said that an action plan should be formulated with the consent of the people’s representatives for the expansion of irrigation facilities by building dams and also care should be taken to ensure that the agricultural land does not submerge.

Governor Patel and Union Minister of State for Steel and Rural Development Faggan Singh Kulaste also addressed the event. The guests were welcomed wearing traditional turbans and garlands. Students who passed the JEE special examination of the district were felicitated by giving away tablets and dictionaries. Initially, the Governor and Chief Minister inaugurated the development exhibition and observed and worshiped the baby girl. The sisters of the district thanked the Chief Minister for the Ladli Bah Yojana and offered rakhi. In which public representatives, sisters and citizens were present in large numbers.