CM B S Yediyurappa releases Rs 2,000 subsidy to street vendors

CM B S Yediyurappa releases Rs 2,000 subsidy to street vendors
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CM B S Yediyurappa releases Rs 2,000 subsidy to street vendors

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Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday released Rs 2,000 as subsidy to registered street vendors, under the relief package announced by his government for those whose livelihoods have been hit by Covid-19 second wave

Bengaluru: Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday released Rs 2,000 as subsidy to registered street vendors, under the relief package announced by his government for those whose livelihoods have been hit by Covid-19 second wave.

He also said that the banks have been directed not to adjust the amount released under the subsidy to any loans availed by the street vendors.

Out of 2,16,439 beneficiaries, Rs 38.33 crore have been transferred to 1,91,684 beneficiaries whose Aadhaar has been linked to their bank accounts through direct benefit transfer, Yediyurappa was quoted as saying by his office in a release.

Action will be taken to link the Aadhaar cards of the remaining beneficiaries to their bank accounts, he said, adding registered street vendors need not apply separately to avail this benefit.

As per the release, the money was released under Deendayal Antyodaya Scheme- National Urban Livelihood scheme which comes under Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Department.

Noting that Covid-19 second wave has affected us badly, the Chief Minister said, in these difficult times, a relief package of more than Rs 1,700 crore has been announced to labourers, farmers, teachers, Asha workers, priests and others belonging to different sectors who have been hit by the pandemic.

Cash assistance to construction workers has been disbursed through DBT and action will be taken to disburse the amount to beneficiaries of other sectors under the relief package soon, he added.

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