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Ensure effective implementation of Mukhya Mantri Jan Kalyan Yojana

Bhopal. Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh has instructed officials to ensure effective implementation of state’s government’s significant and ambitious Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana. He told to make sure that no eligible person remains deprived of benefits and no ineligible person receives the benefits of the scheme. He said that the beneficiaries should be given the benefits at the appropriate time. This will help fulfill the objectives of the schemes. Assistance amount should be provided to the family of the deceased under the Funeral Assistance Scheme promptly. If possible this amount should be given to the family of the deceased by the government servant.

CS was reviewing the progress of implementation of Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana at a high-level meeting of Indore division officials today. While reviewing the progress of Sambal Yojana, Singh instructed that all eligible persons should get themselves registered. All SDOs should conduct reviews panchayat-wise. He said that another review meeting will be held in the month of September. He said that shortcomings in the review should be removed immediately. If assistance amount is given at the time of need, the amount will prove to be useful. He instructed to remove names of ineligible persons.

Principal Secretary Sanjay Dubey gave information about the progress of the scheme. He told that the scheme is being effectively implemented in Indore division. Compassionate assistance of Rs 2 lakh each has been given to 1704 beneficiaries so far in the division. Assistance amount of Rs 4 lakh has been given of relatives of 229 beneficiaries in case of accidental death. Similarly, Rs 2 thousand each has been given to 2 thousand families of deceased as funeral assistance. As many as 10 lakh 26 thousand 533 families were benefitted under Saral Bijli Yojana in the division. Financial assistance was given to more than 7,864 women during pregnancy and to 9 thousand women post- delivery.