3,500 labourers registered under ‘Mazdoor Suraksha Yojana’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 Apr 2018 10:07:53


 

 

Staff Reporter

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Mukhyamantri Jankalyan Yojana Prakoshta, on Wednesday organised camps at several places in all four Assemblies of the city and registered nearly 3,500 labourers under Mukhyamantri Mazdoor Suraksha Yojana.City Convener, Amar Mishra informed that the Prakoshta is organising camps for enrolling labourers of unorganised sectors under the scheme. He said the camps would be organised till April 7. On Wednesday, senior office bearers and members of the Prakoshta organised the registration camps at Garha Bazaar, Mandwa Basti Rampur, Gwarighat, Kachhpura Bridge, Jakir Hussain Ward, Bajrang Nagar Ranjhi, Kanchghar, Shrinath Ki Talliya, Badhaiya Mohalla, Wright Town and other areas.


He said that over 3,500 labourers got registered under the scheme launched by the State Government with an aim to uplift standard of labourers and also providing them security during need. Mishra said the scheme covers labourers from 18 to 60 years of age.He said that under the scheme Rs 2,00,000 is given on the death of family head and Rs 4,00,000 for accidental death. Similarly, land and house is also provided to landless labourers and they too are provided with loan for establishing self-employment. The Government also provides scholarships to children and also provide financial aid to pregnant women.Amongst those present on the occasion were Rahul Sen, Jahid Ansari, Sunaina Goklani, Pratibha Pathak, Shakti Mishra, Rakesh Shripal and others.


BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY YUWA MORCHA: The Morcha members in presence of State President, Abhilash Pandey, BJP General Secretary, Sandeep Jain and City President, Ranjeet Patel organised a camp at Kushabhau Thakre Mandal and enrolled a number of labourers under the scheme.Speaking on the occasion, Pandey said the State BJP Government is working for development of every section of the society. Accordingly, has launched special scheme for uplift of unorganised sector labourers. He said the State Government would provide house, electricity, health facility and other aids to registered labourers.
City President, Ranjeet Patel said the labourers of unorganised sector who earn their daily bread through hard toil have been registered under the scheme. The BJYM is organising camps at different places in the city and registering the labourers.Amongst those also present on the occasion were Rajju Rathore, Teekendra Yadav, Bhupendra Yadav, Kamal Singh, Ravi Sharma, Akash Gupta, Jai Chouhan, Deepak Raikwar, Abhishekh Basal and others.