The Haryana authorities on Saturday introduced monetary assist and different help for kids who’ve misplaced their mother and father to COVID-19.
Sharing particulars of the ‘Mukhyamantri Bal Sewa Yojana’, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar stated this bundle can be given to rehabilitate and help kids under 18 years of age who’ve misplaced their each mother and father, a surviving dad or mum, authorized guardian or adoptive mother and father on account of COVID-19.
The state authorities will give a month-to-month quantity of Rs 2,500 per youngster as monetary assist to the households taking good care of these orphaned kids, he stated in an official assertion right here.
This monetary help could be given until the kid flip 18, he stated. Additional, an quantity of Rs 12,000 yearly would even be deposited within the financial institution accounts of such kids as different bills until they attain 18 years of age and are pursuing schooling, he stated.
The CM additionally introduced that the state authorities would supply a monetary help of Rs 1,500 per orphaned youngster per thirty days to the kid care establishment for the upbringing of such kids residing there.
At current, 59 childcare establishments are useful in Haryana.
This quantity can be deposited within the checking account as a recurring deposit and the maturity quantity can be given on attaining the age of 21 years, whereas all different bills can be borne by the kid care establishments solely, the chief minister introduced.
He stated that in case of adolescent ladies orphaned on account of COVID-19, free residential schooling can be offered in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas to make sure their care and correct safety.
“An quantity of Rs 51,000 can be credited in accounts of all these ladies below Mukhya Mantri Vivah Shagun Yojana and on the time of their marriage this quantity together with the curiosity could be given to them,” introduced Khattar.
The CM additionally introduced pill can be given to such college students finding out in VIII to XII customary and people enrolled in vocational programs.