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PM Modi Will Transfer 1000 Crores To The Accounts Of Women Groups In Prayagraj Today

The PMO has informed that the Prime Minister will transfer an amount of 1000 crores to the accounts of Self Help Groups (SHGs). Which will benefit about 16 lakh women members.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will transfer 1000 crores to 16 lakh women today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Prayagraj today. During this, the Prime Minister will transfer Rs 1,000 crore to the bank accounts of self-help groups. Which will benefit more than 16 lakh women members of SHGs. More than two lakh women are expected to participate in this program of PM Modi. This information was given by the Prime Minister’s Office.

According to Prime Minister’s Office

This transfer will be done under Deendayal Upadhyaya Yojana – National Rural Livelihoods Mission (DAY). In which 80,000 SHGs will get Community Investment Fund (CIF) of Rs 1.10 lakh per SHG. 60,000 SHGs will receive a revolving fund of Rs 15,000 per SHG.

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4000 rupees stipend for bc-sakhis

The PMO said that to encourage business agent-sakhis (BC-Sakhis), the Prime Minister will also transfer an amount of Rs 4,000 as a first-month stipend to the account of 20,000 of them. When BC-Sakhis start their work as a provider of financial services at the grassroots level, they are given a stipend of Rs 4,000 for six months. Let them settle down in their work and then start earning through commission on transactions.

A look at the programs of the Prime Minister in Prayagraj today

The Prime Minister will address the Kavishal Mahila Sammelan today at Parade Ground Prayagraj. According to the information received from his office, he will reach Prayagraj at 12:45 pm. After which he will come from Bamrauli airport to the helipad built in the Parade Ground. The Prime Minister will reach the venue at 1.10 pm and will inaugurate an exhibition there.

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