To improve the livelihood of the citizens, the benefits of various schemes are being made by the beneficiaries of the schemes and their life has changed. Guardian Minister Rajkumar Badole said that the government is fully committed to the overall development of the district by effectively implementing various schemes of the government.
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Gondia – Changes in the lives of the beneficiaries of the various components for raising the livelihood of the citizens are contributing to the benefits of the schemes. Guardian Minister Rajkumar Badole said that the government is fully committed to the overall development of the district by effectively implementing various schemes of the government. The Chief Ministerial flag hoisting ceremony of the 70th anniversary of the Republic Day was organized by Guardian Minister Rajkumar Badole at the Police Headquarters of Karanja. They were talking while addressing the participants at this time.
Guardian Minister, Badale said that the biggest donation given to modern India is the Indian Constitution. This Constitution has given the country a democratic system. In order to bring justice to the neglected and disadvantaged sections of the society, various provisions have been made in the Constitution to bring the community into the mainstream of development. He said that many saints and social reformers have worked to guide their state known as Pragogami Maharashtra.
He said many important decisions have been taken to make the overall development of the deprived and weaker sections of society.
“Different scholarships are being given for the students’ academic progress. A Swadhan Yojna has been started for the students who have not got admission in the hostel. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Krishi Swavalamban Scheme for Backward Farmers, Birsa Munda Krishi Kranti Yojana has been started for tribal farmers. He said that District Caste Certificate Verification Committees were established in all the districts of the state. ”
“The government is firmly in the hands of the farmers, which has caused damage to the farmers due to the Mau Tudutudra disease on paddy crop in 2018-19 and distributed 38 crores 13 lacs to the affected farmers. 24 crore 47 lakhs have been allocated to medium-sized drought-hit farmers in three talukas of the district. Under the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Farmers’ Samman Scheme, 87 thousand 276 farmers of the district have applied online. Out of this, 83 thousand 9 74 eligible farmers have been given debt relief and the scheme will continue till the last eligible farmer gets the benefit of the loan waiver.
He said that during the year 2018-19, 165 villages have been selected and according to the Jalalit Shivar campaign, villages have been created for catchment area based planning. A draft of Rs. 94 crores 62 lakhs has been prepared for 3 thousand 82 works. 3 thousand 62 works have received administrative approval so far. Of these, 573 works have been started and 276 works have been completed and 297 works are in progress.