Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Welfare Scheme: Government will arrange for the education and maintenance of every child lost to parents

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Bhopal (Newdunia State Bureau). Not only the corona infection, the state government will arrange for the education and maintenance of children lost to parents and guardians for any reason. Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Welfare Scheme on Sunday" Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made this announcement while making a formal appearance of the program. He has instructed collectors to search for such children at railway station, bus stand and other places.

The Chief Minister deposited a pension of five thousand rupees in the bank accounts of 173 children who had lost their parents during the Corona period and also talked to the children and their caretakers.

The Chief Minister said that the government will also arrange for a grant of 10 thousand rupees every year for the education of these children in private schools, in the hostel, along with grant-in-law degree college, medical college, engineering college, law university, Delhi University All this assistance is different from the central government scheme.

The Chief Minister said that the second wave came so fast that there was no chance to recover.

He said this is the most terrible phase of my life. No one can imagine how I lived for two months. There was only one concern, how did the public survive. Everyone tried, yet could not save many sisters and brothers. This agony is exacerbated when children are exposed. Even if one of the parents stayed, they would have managed, but both went away. Humans have limits. Just walking, the shadow of the child’s head was brought back. He said that the government will also provide laptops and tablets for studies and if something is missing, then the amendment will be done.

If you work hard you will show something

The Chief Minister said that children will not be made to realize that they do not have parents. He cited the example of Swami Vivekananda, Adiguru Shankaracharya, BJP founder Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, saying that the father of all of them left them in childhood, but with his hard work and dedication, he did wonders in the world. He told the children and their carers, Ratlam’s Pallavi, Burhanpur’s Praveen, Tikamgarh’s Ayub Khan, Rajesh Jain, Brajesh, Jabalpur’s Kailash Soni, Devendra and others, among others, that if you work hard, you will show something. Trouble is there, but the government is with you.

Don’t worry about daughter’s marriage

Devendra of Jabalpur said that the brother-in-law died from Corona in five days. The daughter was to be married at that time, which stopped. On this, the Chief Minister said not to worry about the daughter’s marriage. The government will cooperate in that as well.

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Due to corona in the state, the shadow of parents has arisen from the heads of children. For the immediate help of such children, the Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Welfare Scheme has been implemented in the state from May 21, 2021. The main objective of the scheme is to provide financial and food security to the children of many families from Kovid-19, so that they can complete their education uninterruptedly while living a dignified life. Death from Kovid-19 means any death that occurred in the period from 01 March 2021 to 30 June 2021.

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To take advantage of the scheme, the application process is free and all applications will be received on the portal covinbalkalyan.mp.gov.in or services.mp.gov.in.

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