Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Tuesday launched Rs 2,000 as subsidy to registered avenue distributors, underneath the reduction package deal introduced
by the state authorities for these whose livelihoods have been hit by Covid-19 second wave.
He additionally mentioned that the banks have been directed to not alter the quantity launched underneath the subsidy to any loans availed by the road distributors.
Out of two,16,439 beneficiaries, Rs 38.33 crore have been transferred to 1,91,684 beneficiaries whose Aadhaar has been linked to their financial institution accounts by direct profit switch, Yediyurappa was quoted as saying by his workplace in a launch.
Motion shall be taken to hyperlink the Aadhaar playing cards of the remaining beneficiaries to their financial institution accounts, he mentioned, including registered avenue distributors needn’t apply individually to avail this profit.
As per the discharge, the cash was launched underneath Deendayal Antyodaya Scheme- Nationwide City Livelihood scheme which comes underneath Talent Growth, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Division.
Noting that Covid-19 second wave has affected us badly, the Chief Minister mentioned, in these tough instances, a reduction package deal of greater than Rs 1,700 crore has been introduced to labourers, farmers, lecturers, Asha staff, clergymen and others belonging to totally different sectors who’ve been hit by the
Money help to development staff has been disbursed by DBT and motion shall be taken to disburse the quantity to beneficiaries of different sectors underneath the reduction package deal quickly, he added.
Yediyurappa additionally said that, since there are excessive probabilities of avenue distributors getting affected by Covid, directions are given to city native our bodies to vaccinate the road distributors on precedence, and this programme is already initiated in Bengaluru Metropolis.
He additionally requested that avenue distributors ought to take all precautionary steps by sustaining cleanliness, social distancing and by carrying masks.