Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has announced to waive the debt of Rs.50,000 to the Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes from the State Scheduled Castes and State Backward Classes Corporation for a phased manner.Announcing this in the Vidhan Sabha, the Chief Minister said that his government has already given its approval to the SC. BC Many beneficial announcements have been made for the categories of jobs and reservation in the houses for the category. BC And also help to the minorities in the form of blessings, post matriculation scholarship, Venture Capital Fund Scheme under the scheme, Atta Dal Scheme etc., so that the right people get the benefit. He said that some announcements will be made in this budget. The Chief Minister said that the budget for the increase in the amount of Shagun and Ashirwad scheme will also be announced in the budget. OBC The benefits of free electricity, pension, debt waiver, scholarship, blessings, etc. will be given to the categories of poor, Christian and Muslim families. The government will also arrange land for the construction of a graveyard as demanded by the Muslim and Christian communities. The Chief Minister said that in the rural and urban areas of 2017 for free and economically low-cost houses for the backward people the scheme will be started in the year -18th. Similarly, the government will also give priority to the allocation of this department to the elderly and women. He said that the minimum income limit for the pension holders has already been increased by the government whereas the former government has also ordered to investigate the fake pensions imposed by them. The Chief Minister further said that the government has decided to reserve 50 per cent seats for women in the elections of Panchayati Raj Institutions and urban local bodies and the government will also give 33 percent reservation for women in government jobs. Apart from this, the girls from Nursery, PhD. He also announced free education for free. Punjab State Women’s Commission will be strengthened.
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