The Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana, which aims to improve the lives of sisters by changing the monthly payment provision to Rs 1000, was introduced in Bhopal by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
The initiative will increase the payment to Rs 3,000 from Rs 1000 and raise the eligibility age for married sisters to 21 years. The Lakhpati Club, which allows married sisters between the ages of 23 and 60, will also be a part of the program. The sisters should make at least 10,000 rupees each month in income.
Chief Minister Chouhan spoke about the state-level initiative that transfers monthly sums to 1.25 crore sisters’ accounts with a simple click, transferring a total of Rs 1209.64 crore to their accounts.
Through a number of women’s welfare programs, including the Chief Minister Kanya Vivah Yojana, the Ladli Laxmi Yojana, and self-help group economic uplift initiatives, the state government has empowered sisters and daughters. By increasing the amount provided for nutrition to particular underprivileged tribes, the Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana was established.
- Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana improves sisters’ lives with Rs 1000 monthly payment.
- State-level initiative transfers Rs 1209.64 crore to 1.25 crore sisters’ accounts.
- Cultural performances, artist recognition, and award recognition.
The Chief Minister urged the women in attendance to dry their tears and leave their houses so they might improve their lives while feeling joyful.
The Chief Minister laid the cornerstone for and officially opened 73 development and construction projects totaling Rs 341 crore, including Smart City Jabalpur, CM Rise School, welfare projects for scheduled castes, tribes, and other underprivileged groups, as well as road and highway upgrades.
Additionally, there were remarkable cultural performances by artists, and the Chief Minister was welcomed by members of the public. Anagha Gaikwad, Tanya Patel, and Shaurya Jain were recognized as the drawing competition winners on June 8 and given awards.