No one will be unemployed – everyone will get employment
Self-reliant M.P. Will cooperate in building self-reliant India with the resolution of: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan Bhopal: Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 17:35 IST Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan prepares to ensure the benefit of economic dependency package announced by Government of India in the state Instructions have been given to do it immediately. Important concessions and schemes have been announced in the package for MNREGA, urban street vendors and small industries. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that in the scheme of providing loans and working capital to the urban street vendors by the Government of India, the street vendors working in all the civic bodies areas of the state should be benefited along with the street vendors of the municipal limits. Under the scheme, a capital of Rs. 10 thousand will be given to the beneficiary to ensure loan availability. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that along with the package of the Government of India, the schemes of the departments at the state level will be launched in such a way that the poor section will get special relief. The Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was discussing with the cabinet ministers and senior officials in the Ministry today in the context of “self-reliant India campaign” and “self-reliant Madhya Pradesh” package announced by the Government of India. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Prime Minister Shri Modi is a global leader. He has declared a package for self-sufficient India and has made provisions in various areas in a planned manner. In view of the local conditions of Madhya Pradesh, there is a resolve to build a self-sufficient Madhya Pradesh, which will benefit large sections in the areas of industry, employment, rural development, agriculture. In the meeting, Panchayat and Rural Development Department, Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Department and Presentations of Urban Development and Housing Department took place. Public Health and Family Welfare and Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra, Water Resources Minister Mr. Tulsiram Silavat, Farmers Welfare and Agriculture Development Minister Mr. Kamal Patel, Food Civil Supplies Consumer Protection and Cooperation Minister Mr. Govind Singh Rajput, Tribal Welfare Minister Ms. Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains was present along with Meena Singh. Every needy should get work, create new job card. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that at this time the needy workers need work, so that their livelihood can be properly managed. Could. For this purpose, more and more works of Gaushala construction, temple lake, temple garden should be taken under MNREGA. Priority should be given to the works of temple cowshed. Rural development and animal husbandry department should jointly take action for this. He directed that such structures should be constructed under MNREGA in which work can be possible even in rain. Every needy gets work. Machines should not be used in these works. Along with this, works with lasting effect should be completed. Works like stop dame, check dame, lake construction, farm pond, weir bandhan, Nandan Phalodyan should be done. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that job cards should be provided to local workers as well as to outside workers. Additional Chief Secretary of the Saharan Panchayat and Rural Development Department, Mr. Manoj Shrivastava told in the presentation that at present 20 lakh in the state More and more workers are getting employment support from MNREGA works. Even seventeen and seventy thousand Divyang are also associated with works. An average of 90 workers are working per gram panchayat. Last year in the month of May last year only one million workers were involved in MNREGA works. This year, their number has doubled to 20 lakhs i.e. urban street vendors will be benefited in all the bodies, Deendayal will focus on the operation of the kitchen. Principal Secretary Urban Development and Housing Department Shri Nitesh Vyas in the presentation, along with the urban road vendors welfare scheme National Urban Under the Aajeevika Mission (NULM), to benefit the beneficiaries, to provide free food to the urban poor and informed about the progress of the Chief Minister Jeevan Shakti Yojana, the Chief Minister said that in view of the usefulness of Deendayal Rasoi Yojana Need to operate smoothly again. This innovative scheme of providing food to the poor with the adherence to social distancing should be returned to the old form with the help of the social institution. Small, medium industries will get Sanjeevani, 72 big units will come under the purview. Principal Secretary, Micro, Small and Medium Industries Mrs. Deepali Rastogi said in the presentation that the Indian government has changed the definition of these industries. Earlier, the micro-industry consisted of industries with investment up to 25 lakh, which will now be valid for investment up to Rs 1 crore. Similarly, investment of up to 20 million has been brought to the periphery instead of 5 crore for investment in small scale industry and 10 crore for medium industry. Many industries will get life by this. Due to the changes in the classification of MSMEs, 72 large industrial units of the state have been included in the MSME category. Collateral free automatic loans worth Rs 3 lakh crore have been announced in the Government of India package. There are more than 22 lakh units operating under MSMEs in Madhya Pradesh, which are being studied for providing additional loan as per the announced package. Benefiting sick units will also be considered. It has been decided to promote the announced package for MSMEs under e-market. Amendment in the rules is also being considered in relation to the additional weight of sampling and preparation of additional samples for prospective buyers. 3 months in relief declared under EPF in industries with less than 100 employees and where 90 percent of the employees are paid less than Rs 15,000 per month for providing economic strength to business under Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana in MSME sector Provision was made for the period (till May 2020). Now the process of extending it for the next 3 months by August 2020 is under progress. In Madhya Pradesh, 81 thousand registered employees have got the benefit of 12 crores. Action is being taken in respect of interest grant and child loan cases in Mudra Yojana.
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