Haryana Chief Minister announces ‘Mukhyamantri Shato Udyami Sarathi Yojana’4 min read
Chandigarh, March 5, 2022: Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal today announced the ‘Mukhyamantri Shato Udyami Sarathi Yojana’.
The Chief Minister made this announcement while addressing the people present after inspecting the Mukhya Mantri Antyodaya Parivar Utthan Yojana Mela organized at Ambedkar Bhawan in Naraingarh today.
He said that under this new scheme named ‘Mukhyamantri Shato Udyami Sarathi Yojna’, five experienced persons of the society would be appointed as guides over a group of every hundred families, who would help them to understand the scheme and take them forward.
Besides this, the guide would also see to it whether the family members are working or not.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister also distributed approval letters and cheques of the bank related to self-employment to as many as 15 beneficiaries.
The Chief Minister said that the government wishes that people having experience in various fields like carpenters, goldsmiths, etc. should come forward and make other people like them Atmanirbhar by giving them the required training. For doing so, the government will also give them certificates and money, he added.
He said that only giving loans to the poor under this scheme does not solve the purpose, rather it should also be ensured that the people get benefit from that loan. The people should come forward and work for the upliftment of the society. Under this scheme, work will be done to take forward about 15 lakh families of Haryana with an annual income of Rs 1.80 lakh.
The Chief Minister also visited the stalls put up by various departments in the Mela. Manohar Lal, while interacting with the eligible persons who had visited the Melas to take advantage of the schemes through these stalls, also inspired them to become self-reliant.
In his address, Manohar Lal said that several welfare schemes have been implemented by the Central and State Governments and people are taking advantage of these schemes. In order to make every family happy in the state, an assessment has been done through Parivar Pehchan Patra of the family whose annual income is less than Rs 1.80 lakh. Further, all such families are being motivated to become self-reliant by providing them the benefits of several schemes through Antyodaya Mela.
“Our aim is to uplift every family in the state. Continuous work is being done to ensure that no family remains poor. The main objective of the government is to increase the number of APL by decreasing the number of BPL,” said the Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister said that the objective of organizing ‘Mukhyamantri Antyodaya Parivar Utthan Yojana Mela’ at Naraingarh today is to make poor families happy. The sentiment of everyone in the society should be that those who are financially weak, should be made financially strong in the spirit of Antyodaya.
The Chief Minister said that till now the schemes of the Central and State Governments were only being talked about, but the benefits of these schemes were not made available to the people for whom these schemes were drafted. Due to this the poor are becoming poorer and the rich are getting richer. This gap was increasing. These Melas are being organized to bridge this gap, added Manohar Lal.
He said that under the Parivar Pehchan Patra scheme, survey of all the families is being done and all the data of such families is being collected based on the needs and income of such families.
The Chief Minister said that under this scheme, at first, the most vulnerable people have been identified and so far 11 lakh such families have been identified in Haryana, whose annual income is less than Rs 1.80 lakh. He said that those who belong to rich families and want to come forward for social service would also be encouraged and motivated for giving their services to society.
The Chief Minister said that earlier people used to visit his office to get their work, but under this scheme the Chief Minister’s office is reaching out to the eligible people. Under this scheme, Melas have been organized at 175 places in which 90,000 people had visited. In the second phase, these Melas will be held till March 17. These Melas would be held in 10 phases. In this Melas, loans are being given for shops, agriculture, animal husbandry and other works informed Manohar Lal.
The government aims that no one should remain poor Not only the government but social organizations and industries have also come forward under this scheme.
In the Mukhya Mantri Antyodaya Parivar Utthan Yojana Mela organized at Ambedkar Bhawan in Naraingarh today, as many as 20 departments and six banks had set up different stalls and guided the families visiting there for their queries regarding loans and steps to make them self-employed. About 954 eligible families were counselled.