Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently praised the Bharuchi district administration and the Gujarat state government for covering 100% of the district’s beneficiaries under four national plans. The scheme is aimed at widows and the elderly, and the district’s effort to register all beneficiaries was named ‘Utkarsh Pahel’.
From January to May, Surat registered 13,431 beneficiaries (see table). His 4 in Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Vruda Vastha Pension Yojana (IGRVPY), Niladhar Vurd Sahai Yojana (NVSY), Gangaswaroop Alsik Sahai Yojana (GSASY) and Rashtriyaktum Sahai Yojana (RKSY) one scheme. ).
The campaign brought together local BJP leaders and their teams, district administrations and the Ankleshwar Industries Association (AIA), a trade association that manufactures chemicals, pharmaceuticals, petroleum products and more.
AIA played a major role by identifying 305 young people and paying incentives of Rs 250 to Rs 500 per registration.
Mr. Tushar Sumela, a collector in the Baruch district, said: He also shared information on the scheme with Talka and Samaj Suraksha offices at district level. Hoards were placed in various locations and advertisements were published in newspapers and local news channels. Responses started coming in and we sent teams to different villages in Talca to fill out beneficiary forms. “
Sumera then contacted the AIA and hired a class 10 pass youth to help the recipients fill out forms. Such volunteers were called “Utkarsh Sahayaks”.
“We have provided 11,000 sarees to district administrations for beneficiaries to wear to the Prime Minister’s event in Bharuch in May,” said AIA President Ramesh Gabhani.
Ankurushwar Nagarpalika President Vinay Vasava, from BJP, held a camp on the premises of Nagarpalika office on February 15, which is also his 34th birthday, and another 100 beneficiaries filled out the final form. I helped do
“Normally, I celebrate by handing out fruits and clothes in old people’s homes and slums. organized camps and had beneficiaries registered,” he said.
Bharuch Mayor Amit Chaudha said: People were under the impression that we were here to vote or campaign, but they were happy to congratulate us because we went to provide financial assistance through such a scheme. He gave me “
Mohammed Rafiq Ismail Gothan, 21, from Dahej village in Baluch district, is one such Utkarsh Sahayak. He has a diploma in his applications in computers and in private work he earns 10,000 rupees but was happy to receive incentives for his work. “A bank account has been credited with an incentive of Rs 9,750. This amount has helped us a lot to celebrate Eid festival. I wore it on (May 3), and I was happy to see my family’s smiles that day.”
According to Deputy Collector Naitika Patel, Lalitaben Vasava (62) and her disabled daughter Reena (32), who were staying in a hut on Pitha falia (street) in Ankleshwar, were very poor and said they were “self-disciplined.” I didn’t have enough clothes to cover it.”
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“We covered both mother and daughter with Niradhar Vrudh Pension Yojana. Since March, we started getting Rs 1,000 each into our bank accounts,” says Patel.
Basaba from Bagra Talka, Bharuch said: I am also old and this money will definitely help us both survive… Now we are happy because we started earning additional income through Utkarsh Pahel. “