PM sanctioned Rs 50,000 to brother and sister who founded amount of 1 lakh. Brother and sister from kota founded a bag of Rs 96,500of old 500 and 1000 note who were bank after the month of deadline to exchange such a note was over. Prime Minister Narendra Modi sanctioned Rs 50,000 for those orphan brother-sister.Also Modi got the two children, 17-year-old Sooraj Banjara and his nine-year-old sister Saloni, insured under the Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) and Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Beema Yojana (PMJJBY). He also released the insurance premium of Rs 1,710 in advance for a period of five years. “Although the sanctioned amount and insurance premium amount may not be sufficient for resolution of your problems, but I am sure that such assistance will certainly reduce your problems to some extent,” Modi said in a letter to the children.
Since the number of notes were too high approximately 171 notes of 500 and 1000 bank rejected to exchange it, so they both decide to write a letter to prime minister for resolving the problem. “After knowing about your present state through your letter, I sympathized with you,” the PM mentioned in the letter that the children received on Friday. Chairman of Child Welfare Committee, Kota, Harish Gurubakshani confirmed that the children received the PM’s letter dated June 6. The sanctioned money has also been transferred to the siblings’ bank account in Kota.“We had written an open letter to the Prime Minister with the hope that he will listen to our grievance. He has finally listened to us,” Suraj said.“The currency notes we found at our paternal house had turned into paper following demonetisation, but PM Modi’s assistance will help us in compensating the loss to some extent,” he added.
Children were also donated 25,000 by a social organization which was set aside by their motherThey found the money in March this year when the Kota child welfare committee took them to their house in Sahrawada village. Some jewellery was also found.The house was locked after the siblings were brought to the children’s home four years ago when their mother was murdered. Their father had died earlier.
For more news updates Follow and Like us on Facebook