Gruha Lakshmi Yojana: Such news has come from Karnataka which may surprise you. The Karnataka government has also included the presiding deity of Mysuru, Chamundeshwari, as one of the beneficiaries of the ‘Griha Lakshmi’ scheme of the Karnataka government. The Karnataka government had launched the Griha Lakshmi scheme for women on the occasion of Rakshabandhan. This scheme was launched on 30 August and was launched in Mysuru city. In this scheme, women beneficiaries are being given Rs 2-2 thousand every month. Under this scheme, there is a provision to give Rs 2000 to the female head of the families of APL/BPL card holders.
Congress Legislative Councilor Dinesh Gowda had written a letter to the Deputy CM
Congress MLC and vice president of the party’s state media cell Dinesh Guli Gowda said that he had met Deputy CM D.K. Had written a letter to Shivkumar requesting that under the scheme, Rs 2,000 should be paid to Devi every month. He said that Karnataka Congress chief Shivakumar also agreed to this proposal and directed Women and Child Welfare Minister Lakshmi Hebbalkar to deposit the amount in the account of Chamundeshwari temple every month.
Devi Chamundeshwari was immediately made the beneficiary
Guli Gowda said in a press release, " The Deputy CM immediately responded to my request letter and directed Lakshmi Hebbalkar to deposit two thousand rupees every month for Devi from her department or personally." The Karnataka government had launched the Griha Lakshmi scheme on August 30 by depositing the first installment from Mysuru to the Devi Chamundeshwari temple.
For whom is Griha Lakshmi Yojana
Dedicating it to the Goddess, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Deputy Chief Minister Shivakumar had prayed for the success of the scheme. The aim of this scheme is to empower women from economically weaker sections.
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