CHANDIGARH: Taking solid note of the impacts of Covid-19 pandemic on the state’s economy, Haryana boss priest Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday declared a monetary bundle of more than Rs 1,100 crore.
Taking into account the challenges looked by the workers working in the sloppy area, an alleviation bundle of Rs 600 crore has been reported for 12 lakh such families.
Under the ambit of this bundle, a monetary help of Rs 5,000 will be given to all such families.
In addition, a help bundle of Rs 150 crore was likewise reported for little retailers.
Likewise, a markdown of 25% was given to 600 ranchers on acquisition of e-work vehicles.
The declarations were made by the CM during a question and answer session held to check the finishing of 600 days of the second residency of the state government.
The main clergyman has additionally reported a monetary guide of Rs 5,000 for each family to the groups of Corona fighters like Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) and representatives of the National Health Mission (NHM).
The state government had reported an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh on death because of Covid-19 of a relative falling between the age gathering of 18 to 50 years for BPL families.
The advantages of this plan were given by the main pastor on Thursday to 46 families by moving the sum in their records through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT).
Aside from this, as per the declaration made by the state government, the central clergyman got Rs 5,000 for every family moved straightforwardly to the ledgers of 2,755 BPL families, who have Covid-influenced relatives in home disconnection.
Overcharge postponed off on power bills till June 30
The central pastor said that the power division has concluded that overcharge won’t be exacted on power bills till June 30.
Aside from this, the state government has declared to give alleviation to the dealers as business exercises are influenced because of Corona pandemic.
Khattar said that the customers whose normal power bill for the long stretches of April, May and June is half not exactly the normal power bill for the long stretches of January, February and March, their fixed charge of Rs 10,000 will be deferred off.
Those customers whose fixed charges range from Rs 10,000 to Rs 40,000, will get a discount of up to Rs 10,000 and a refund of 25% will be given on power bills having fixed charges of more than Rs 40,000.
Local charge exception
Khattar said that it has been chosen to forgo off the whole local charge for the principal quarter of the year 2021-22. With this, a monetary weight of about Rs 150 crore will be borne by the Urban Local Bodies Department.