The HP government is committed to the well-being of women: Sarveen Choudhary

The HP government is committed to the well-being of women: Sarveen Choudhary

Dharamshala, March 20 (UNI) Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Sarveen Choudhary said on Sunday that the social and economic upliftment of women and providing them with equal opportunities for development was the top priority of the government of Dharamshala. ‘State. Addressing the gathering after distributing the relief checks to beneficiaries under various schemes in Kalyan Bhawan Rait here, the Minister said that many new schemes have been started in the state, to ensure the active participation of women to development, as well as the strengthening of women’s well-being and improvement plans. In this scheme, 73 recipients of Shagun Yojana were given Rs 22.63 lakh to Beti Hai Anmol Yojana, Rs 5.16 lakh was provided to 28 girls and Rs 27.79 lakh was deposited as FD for 18 years. Sarveen said in the Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojna, the child development project in Rait under the Department of Women and Child Development, Rs 29.82 lakh was given to 718 women during the first pregnancy, Rs 13.73 lakh to 81 girls under Beti Hai Anmol scheme for 18. In the form of FD, Rs 6,000 per child up to the age of 18 was provided under mother Teresa Asahaya Matri Sambal Yojana, Rs 11.90 lakh was given to 407 children of widowed women and Rs 26.52 lakh were distributed for the marriage of 52 poor and destitute girls under the Mukhyamantri Kanyadan Yojana, she also said. The minister added that Rs 54.87 lakh was provided for the marriage of 177 poor and destitute girls under the Mukhyamantri Shagun Yojna and Rs 1.50 lakh for the remarriage of three widowed women under the Widow Remarriage Scheme. About 660 expectant and 770 nursing mothers and 5,947 children received supplementary food each month. Under the Sashakt Mahila Yojana, the benefit of programs from all departments was provided to empower women socially and economically by establishing strong women’s centers in 54 panchayats, in harmony with various departments, Choudhary said. She also said that the state government recently paid monthly fees of Rs 9,000 to Anganwadi workers, Rs 6,100 to Mini Anganwadi workers, Rs 4,700 to Anganwadi Sahayika, Rs 4,700 to Asha workers, Rs 7,950 to sewing teachers, Rs 3,500 at midday. meals workers and Rs 3900 per month to Water Career in Education Department Meanwhile, the Minister heard the problems of Rait residents, solved most of them on the spot and ordered the concerned officers to solve the others. UNI XC AR RJ