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Lucknow, 30 December: Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday told the officials that the land on which a poor hut is, should be named after him. He said, if such land is not of reserve category. If there is no dispute about it, then the campaign for the ownership of the hut land will be done in the name of the person concerned. Like some districts, the houses of the poor can also be built in clusters as per the need.

The Chief Minister transferred Rs 87 crore as the first installment in the account of the beneficiaries of 21562 houses sanctioned under the Chief Minister Housing Scheme (Rural) at his residence here. Chief Minister Yogi said that the Prime Minister and every beneficiary of Mukhyamantri Awas Yojana should campaign to saturate all the schemes of the government (toilet, kitchen gas, electricity, Ayushman Bharat, Jeevan Jyoti and Jeevan Suraksha etc.). Connect these beneficiaries to any self-employment program (goat and poultry, dairy etc.) as per the need there. In this regard, give them the necessary training and connect them with bankers and provide them the necessary capital and motivate them for self-employment. Also read: UP’s top bureaucrats running in paddy buying centers and gaushalas on the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

He said that the local administration should ensure that the money received for the house is used only for the house. To make houses for the poor, brick, sand, mud, rods, etc. should also be made available at reasonable prices and easily. Contact those who supply them. Review the progress of the house work weekly. For this, appoint a Nodal Officer. The Chief Minister said that the class of people who get such accommodation is the most sensitive to TB, encephalitis, kala-azar and diseases caused by malnutrition. Give this class a healthy cow with the condition of marking it from the cowsheds. The government gives Rs 900 per month to raise such cows in its account. Under the MNREGA, cows can also be made for cows to live. Also read: UP’s top bureaucrats running in paddy buying centers and gaushalas on the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

On this occasion, the Chief Minister spoke to the beneficiaries of different districts. Asked questions like name, address, husband’s work, how many children are there etc. It also asked which schemes of the government have benefited. Directed the local administration to run these campaigns and saturate them with all the schemes of governance. The Chief Minister said that the house has to be built with the money received, as well as toilets. Send children to regular school and teach them well. The beneficiaries the Chief Minister spoke with included Prema of Ayodhya, Soni of Azamgarh, Sangeeta of Kushinagar, Asha of Gorakhpur, Akshaybar of Gorakhpur, Anshu of Rae Bareli, K.Barai of Sonbhadra, Meera of Varanasi, Triveni of Pratapgarh and Muniridevi of Mirzapur Stayed

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