Poor Welfare Employment Scheme 2020

Poor Welfare Employment Scheme 2020

A large number of migrant workers have returned home during the Corso crisis. Employment of workers is an economic crisis. In the midst of this situation, the central government is going to launch a special campaign. The name of this scheme is Poor Welfare Employment. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate it on 30 June. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaram gave this information to the media on Thursday.

Migrant laborers will get employment for 125 days in 116 districts
Under the Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan, 125 government schemes of 116 districts will be brought together in 125 days. These 116 districts will include 32 districts of Bihar, 31 districts of Uttar Pradesh, 24 districts of Madhya Pradesh, 22 districts of Rajasthan, 4 districts of Odisha and 3 districts of Jharkhand.

25000 foreign workers will get jobs
This is likely to cover two-thirds of the migrant workers. We will work on all levels of these schemes in 125 days. Under this, at least 25000 foreign laborers will get employment in each district. He assured that efforts will be made to provide work in those districts where there will be more migrant workers.

Will be launched in 116 districts of six states
Under this scheme, those who have fled from different parts of the country have reached their villages and the government will provide them employment. With this, the campaign will be launched in 116 districts of six states of the country. On the occasion of launching the campaign on 30 June, the Chief Ministers of the states and Ministers of Ministries will join through video conferencing.

25 types of works will be provided under the scheme
This scheme, being started at a cost of Rs 50,000 crore, will give three types of jobs to the workers. The states that will get the benefit of the scheme include Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Odisha. It is claimed that 4,000 migrant workers will benefit from it. The government claims that skill mapping of workers has also been done.

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