Shamim Bee of Harda thanks Chief Minister for Mazdoor Surkasha Yojana
Bhopal, December 5, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan): I am daily wage worker and my husband and daughter both are Divyang. I was worried for marriage of my daughter but Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan provided benefit of Mazdoor Suraksha Yojana to people like us at the time of need and security at the time of crisis along with uplifting life of workers. We are very grateful to him, Shamim Bee of Harda said it. She was provided Rs 25,000 for marriage help under Mazdoor Suraksha Yojana in training programme for public welfare scheme. Mrs Jyoti Rao of Harda and Shanti Nagvanshi of Betul were given Rs 80,000 each in case of death for cremation, under the scheme. Mr. Ruplal Avleka of Betul was given a cheque of Rs 1.05 lakh for death of a non-registered construction worker. Delivery expenditure to woman of farming labourer of age 18-60 years and wage payment for six weeks, wage payment for two weeks to husband with paternity leave, scholarship to children from class I to PG, cash prize to students scoring first division in fifth class and further classes and help to girls under Vivah Sahayata Yojana, are provided under the scheme. Social security pension Rs 300 each is provided to elderly, disabled, and bonded labour in the state. Rs 500 are given as pension to those who are 80 years or more age.
Around 33.35 lakh people have been benefited under the scheme. Naushin, Farukh, Sakeena Bee, Sahil Raghuvanshi and Pawan Kumar Lodhi were benefited in training programme for public welfare schemes. Domicile of Madhya Pradesh and those who are 60 years or more age and not income tax payee are paid for visit to religious places under Mukhyamantri Tirth Darshan Yojana. So far, 4.15 lakh people have been got visited different religious places under the scheme.