Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. The government has taken up the responsibility of raising children who lost their parents due to corona. Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Welfare Scheme has been launched for such children. On the inauguration of the scheme on Sunday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan gave a pension of five thousand rupees to his bank account, including five children of Jabalpur, and other children of the state under the scheme.
The Chief Minister also interacted with the orphaned children and their guardians through video conferencing at the NIC building of the Collectorate. Of these, two are from a family and three children from a family whose parents have both died. The Chief Minister talked to the guardians of children Kailash Soni and Devendra Naidu through VC and urged them to raise them well. So that they do not realize the lack of their parents. The Chief Minister said that the government will bear the responsibility for the education and education of children.
He died in: In the discussion with the Chief Minister, Kailash Soni, resident of Barkheda Bazar Gangai, Shahpura, said that his daughter-in-law died on April 4 and younger brother Manoj Soni died on May 20. He has a 10-year-old boy and two 14 and 16-year-old girls, of whom he is now a guardian. They said that they would take care of them just like their children.
Similarly Narsingh Nagar Ranjhi Jabalpur resident Devendra Naidu told that his daughter-in-law died on April 19 and his younger brother died on April 24 from Kovid-19 and he has a 13-year-old daughter and a 12-year-old son. He will nurture them and take care of their education initiation. He thanked Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for the efforts being made for the assistance of these children for the pension of five thousand rupees per month and their education. During the inauguration of the program, Additional Collector Rajesh Batham gave them the approval letter of Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Welfare Scheme. The Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Welfare Scheme was approved on 21 May by the state government for financial assistance, food security and good education of children orphaned due to death of a parent or guardian from Kovid-19.