Nainital: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat said that his government is concerned about the development of the state despite COVID pandemic and is moving ahead with agenda of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” as well as everyone’s trust.
Tirath said about Vatsalya Yojana that not only the children orphaned by the corona pandemic but also other diseases have been included in it. The Chief Minister said this during his visit to Haldwani.
He also laid the foundation stone and inaugurated 24 development schemes costing Rs 109.09 crore at Circuit House in Kathgodam.
Out of these, the Gorapadav Mall Tirahe-Inderpur-Hanuman Mandir-Ghanshyam Joshi-Haripur road, built at a cost of about Rs.
During this, the Chief Minister reviewed the development plans of the district and preparations for the corona pandemic and took information from the officials.
After this, he told the journalists that the government is engaged in the development of the state despite the corona pandemic.
The government is taking care of every section and moving forward on the formula of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas.
He said that his government has come up with Sabse Vatsalya Yojana for the orphan children in the state. Apart from the corona pandemic, children orphaned by other diseases have also been included in this.
The government will look after such children and provide them free education for 21 years in addition to Rs 3000 per month.
It also includes higher and technical education. Not only will the administration take care of such children, but no evil eye will be placed on their property.
The Chief Minister said that his government was the first to take the first decision of providing free vaccination to children above 18 years of age.
He also praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Central Government for the vaccination campaign and the cooperation of the people of Uttarakhand. During this, Bhim Army workers protested against the Chief Minister’s visit and showed black flags.
The workers raised slogans of Chief Minister go back. The police, however, immediately took the few activists into custody. The protesters alleged that the situation in the state is bad due to the corona pandemic.
Due to the closure of work, thousands of people and daily wage laborers have become unemployed. Instead of helping financially, the government is imposing inflation.
The protesting activists have made several demands to the government, including filling the backlog posts and removing the Haldwani’s trenching ground.