Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Mukhya Mantri Ladli Bahna Yojana has been made for the empowerment of women. The most important thing in empowerment is economic empowerment. If sisters have money, then they also have self-confidence, and a sense of self-respect is also awakened. That’s why we have decided to transfor Rs 1000 every month in the account of every eligible sister under the Mukhya Mantri Ladli Bahna Yojana. Married sisters between 23 to 60 years of age, with a family income less than Rs 2.5 lakh per annum, and families having less than 5 acres of land will be eligible under the scheme. Family means husband, wife, and children. Rs one thousand will come into the account of such eligible sisters every month. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said this in a message issued on social and electronic media.
No need for women to go to a public service center or anywhere else
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that I have to ensure that my sisters do not face any problems. Hence the application process in the scheme has been made very simple. The forms of the scheme will be filled in the wards of your village and city. Sisters do not need to go to the Public Service Center or anywhere else. Our employees will come to all the villages and get the forms filled out. For this, camps will start on March 25. Camps will be held until the applications of all the sisters are filled.
If you have an aadhar number and Samagra ID then there will be no problem
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan told that apart from registering their name, husband’s name, mobile number, etc. in the application, the women should have three essential information. First- your family and your own family’s Samagra ID, second- your Aadhaar number and third- your mobile number registered in Samagra. If the sisters have this information, then they will have no problem. The application will be filled followed by e-KYC. For this, the sisters do not need to go anywhere. The e-KYC process will be completed in village and city wards only. The government will arrange a vehicle where there is no connectivity if there is a need to take the sisters to another village or common service center.
If anyone asks for money, a complaint can be made on CM helpline number 181
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that no fee will be charged for e-KYC. Rs 15 will be paid by the government to the respective Common Service Centers for one e-KYC. If anyone asks any sister for money for e-KYC, then a complaint can be registered on CM Helpline number 181. Such people will be sent to jail. Sisters need not pay even a single paisa. If my sisters are in trouble, what’s the point of being a brother? So rest assured and don’t worry. Stay in your village or city. Our team will contact you, bring you to the camp, and get all the formalities done. e-KYC is being done so that the money goes into the accounts of the sisters only. Sisters can rest assured, all their worries are ours.