CM launches 'Bangaru Talli', 'Paccha Toranam' schemes
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy introduced two schemes 'Bangaru Talli', 'Paccha Toranam' while addressing a public meeting here on Monday.A The...
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy introduced two schemes 'Bangaru Talli', 'Paccha Toranam' while addressing a public meeting here on Monday.A The chief minister said that the 'Bangaru Talli' scheme would come into force from May 1 and every girl child born from that date would be covered under this scheme.
Elaborating on the 'Bangaru Talli' scheme, the chief minister said that the Government would pay Rs. 2,500 immediately on the delivery of the girl child in addition to the delivery expenditure, Rs. 1,000 for immunization, Rs. 1,500 per annum up to fifth year, from first class to fifth class Rs. 2,000, from sixth class to eighth class Rs. 2,500, from ninth class to tenth class Rs. 3,000, Rs. 3,500 fro Intermediate, Rs. 4,000 for graduation studies, would be paid. "In effect, the girl child would be paid Rs. 55,000 by the time she completes graduation," he added.
The chief minister also announced that the government would pay Rs. one lakh for self-employment for the girl child after graduation.A Expressing concern over the feticide sale of girl child, he said that nobody has any right to kill girl child. To prevent such eventualities, the 'Bangaru Talli' scheme is being introduced, he added.
On 'Paccha Toranam' scheme, the chief minister said that under "Chettu Patta' programme each farmer would be given 2,000 saplings and he would be paid Rs. 3,000 to nurture the saplings. In the first phase one lakh families would be selected under this scheme, he said and added that the farmers would be allowed to enjoy the fruits and income from the trees.
Claiming that the SC, ST sub-plan was unprecedented in the country, he said that TDP, YSR Congress, CPI, CPM tried their best put hurdles from making it into an enactment. The Act would help the two crore Dalits throughout the State, he said and criticised TDP president for not attending the Assembly giving priority to pada yatra. The chief minister said that similar plans would be formulated for BCs and Minorities soon.
No backtrack on Bayyaram: The chief minister made it clear that he would not backtrack on the decision allocating iron ore at Bayyaram to the Visakhapatnam steel plant. He said that he would not be cowed down by the threats of KCR. A He recalled that KCR remained silent when the 55,000 hectares of mines were allotted to Rakshana Steels, but now raising clamor when only 5,000 hectares were allotted to the national steel factory.
He said that the government decision would benefit Telangana and unemployed would get opportunities. He made it clear that he was not against Telangana and would abide by the decision taken by the high command.A He said that the people would teach a befitting lesson to TRS who made Telangana movement a business venture. A The 'Amma Hastam' scheme would continue at the same price the throughout the year.
He said that the government has already filled 1.20 lakh posts and 82,000 new posts were sanctioned.A Ministers J Geeta Reddy, Sunita Lakshma Reddy, Sridhar Babu, Pithani Satyanarayana, Sudarsan Reddy, Balaraju, MLAs, Turpu Jayaprakash Reddy, P Krishna Reddy, Mutyam Reddy, Anil, Narsa Reddy, MLCs Farooq Hussain, Bhupal Reddy, Prabahakar Rao, former minister Fariduddin, Narendranath, district collector A Dinakar Babu and others were present.