Gujarat: ‘Garib Kalyana Mela’ has enriched the life of the working people, 1.5 crore people got the benefit
oi-Anjan Kumar Chaudhary
Ahmedabad, June 7:
The Government of Gujarat has tried to improve the lives of 1.5 crore poor through ‘Garib Kalyan Mela’. As the name suggests, this campaign is being run to empower the poor. Under this campaign, assistance of Rs 26,600 crore has been provided to the beneficiaries through various schemes through 1,530 Garib Kalyan Melas. The current Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel’s government has continuously focused on this campaign, which is directly benefiting the poor and their lives are getting better day by day.
‘Garib Kalyan Mela’ started in 2009
The ‘Garib Kalyan Mela’ run by the Gujarat government had started in 2009 itself. The government of Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has emphasized on maintaining the continuity of this campaign and as a result of this, it has been able to directly benefit a large number of poor people through various schemes. The goal of this scheme is to empower every poor people of the state.
26,600 crore assistance
Since 2009, the state government has organized ‘Garib Kalyan Mela’ in 12 phases. Under this, about 1,530 such fairs have been organized and about 1.50 crore people have benefited from it. How big is the scope of this scheme, it is estimated from the amount of 26,600 crores spent under various schemes, which has been made available to the poor under the scheme.
Help is reaching while sitting at home
Dasharathbhai Desai of Banaskantha, who is associated with animal husbandry and dairy business, says, “As soon as we submitted the necessary documents to get the necessary equipment related to milk production and business, we got immediate help in the Garib Kalyan Mela. Earlier we had to run to Palanpur 100 km away, but now after the introduction of this scheme, it is being provided by the government sitting at our homes.
the life of the poor
In the Garib Kalyan Mela, the beneficiaries are given the benefits of the schemes of the departments like tribal development, agriculture and rural development apart from the social welfare department of the state government. Amiya Ben, who makes a living by doing occasional small jobs, is earning well by doing sewing work at home and living a much better life than before. Help for self-employment has been provided to them by the Social Welfare Department. “Our family has benefited from this poor welfare fair,” she says.
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Sagar Bhai, who works as a laborer, has said, ‘Through the Manav Garima Yojana of social welfare, I got masonry tools in the Garib Kalyan Mela. Because of which I am earning Rs 400 a day and Rs 12,000 a month. ,
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Gujarat Government’s Garib Kalyan Mela has benefited 1.5 crore people. Rs 26,600 crore assistance has been given
Story first published: Tuesday, June 7, 2022, 7:00 [IST]