Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu while interacting with the beneficiaries of various schemes during the ‘Sarkar Gaon Ke Dwar Programme’ held in village Nakki of Pragpur in district Kangra said that the government would make a provision in Mukhyamantri Sukh Ashray Yojna of providing rent for accommodation to the orphan children under the scheme. Prince Sharma, beneficiary of Mukhyamantri Sukh Ashray Yojana, said that he was doing MBA from Regional Center Dharamshala and the state government was bearing the entire expenses of his studies but as there is no hostel and he was putting up in the private accommodation.

 Mukhyamantri Sukh Ashray Yojna For Orphan Children
Mukhyamantri Sukh Ashray Yojna For Orphan Children

On this the Chief Minister said that to ensure that the studies of children do not hamper, the government will make a provision in the scheme for providing rent to such children. Another beneficiary of Sukh Ashray Scheme Dr. Rashmi Sharma also thanked the Chief Minister for providing financial help from the state government to pursue her studies after BAMS apart from pocket money of Rs 4000. The Chief Minister said that this scheme was not merely to show mercy, but it was the right of orphan children whom the government has adopted as the children of the state by enacting a law.

The government also provides financial assistance of Rs 3 lakh for constructing a house and Rs 2 lakh each for start-up and marriage. Disaster affected Sarla Devi of Kaloh and Pratima Devi, of Upper Bharol, expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister for financial assistance for house construction. Chief Minister walked down the stage to meet 88-year-old Tara Chand of Kaloh and directed Deputy Commissioner Kangra Dr. Nipun Jindal to redress his grievance regarding the construction of the road.

Mukhyamantri Sukh Ashray Yojna For Orphan Children

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