Sehore Collector Handed Over Certificate To 4 Four Beneficiaries Of PM Cares For Children Scheme 2021 ANN

PM Cares For Children Scheme 2021: Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

PM Cares For Children Scheme 2021: Prime Minister Narendra Modi distributed certificates and facilities to the orphaned children during the Corona period under the PM Cares for Children scheme. Sehore Collector Chandramohan Thakur, Women and Child Development Officer Prafulla Khatri and children benefiting under PM Cares scheme also joined PM Modi’s video conference. In the NIC room of the Collector’s office, the children, including the officials, heard the speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Four beneficiaries got the benefit of PM Cares for Children scheme

Collector Chandramohan Thakur benefitted four beneficiaries of the district from PM Cares for Children scheme. Beneficiaries were given post office passbook, certificate of scheme, Ayushman card and letter from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Apart from this, grace relief assistance amount was paid at the rate of 50 thousand rupees per beneficiary. Ayushman cards have been made under the Ayushman scheme of the beneficiaries. There is a system to get treatment up to Rs 5 lakh through the card.

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Amount transfer also under Chief Minister Kovid-19 Child Service Scheme

Food eligibility slips were issued to two beneficiaries of PM Cares for Children scheme. Under the Chief Minister’s Kovid-19 Child Service Scheme, the assistance amount to two beneficiaries at the rate of Rs. 5 thousand per month was transferred to the bank account of the girl child. Under the PM Cares for Children scheme, the beneficiaries get an assistance of Rs 10 lakh. The amount is deposited in the account of the beneficiaries in the post office on behalf of the Government of India. The amount deposited in the account will get a lump sum of Rs 10 lakh on the completion of 23 years of age of the child beneficiary.

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