Gujarat Government's 'Madare Watan Yojana' full information.

Gujarat Government's 'Madare Watan Yojana' full information.

The State Government has implemented 'Madare Watan Yojana' to encourage donors to make better facilities available in the villages with donations and government grants from any donor or village person residing in the district, state or country. A circular has been issued yesterday with the signature of Shri Jaideep Dwivedi, Joint Secretary, Panchayat, Rural Housing and Rural Development. The nearest Panchayat office can be contacted. Phone no. Of Panchayat Department 07-21201

what is the 'madare vatan yojna?

The circular states that Gujaratis live all over the country and the world, but the memory of the homeland and the love for the homeland is always alive in their hearts. He longs to do something for his homeland. Such patriotic Gujaratis donate a large amount in their homeland. With the noble intention of encouraging such patriotic donors and creating better facilities in the villages, it is decided to implement the 'Motherland Scheme' subject to the following provisions.

Donor: A person living in a village, a person with a sense of belonging to the village or a person who was born in the village or whose ancestors lived in that village and resides anywhere outside the district, state, country of the village based on their residence in the gram panchayat area Such a person has to deposit the amount as donation in the office which is decided by the state government for the development of the village.

facility of this scheme:;

The list of works that can be taken under the scheme includes Pako Road from the main entrance of the village to the village panchayat or village chora, other roads of the village, village choro, gram panchayat house, primary school - secondary school room - smart class, drinking water facility - house tap facility. , S.T. Bus pick up stand (protected from heat and rainy season), cemetery - cemetery, sub center - primary health center, anganwadi, community hall, village public places - street lights on public roads, village haat - haat, door to door solid waste Collection and disposal from scientific method to its landfill site, Milk Society building, Animal treatment center, work of paving block of village public road and public square, creation of park under Panchvati scheme, playground, communal toilet, ventilation facility for cattle, feast, home use. These include underground sewerage system for water collection and its water recycling system, library, village entrance etc.

If any basic facility works are to be done for the compliance of the duties legally assigned to the Gram Panchayat which are not included in this list, those works can be done by passing a resolution in the Gram Sabha with the approval of the Taluka Development Officer. Donors will be able to join the scheme subject to government policy rules.

Solid and liquid waste management is essential for maintaining cleanliness in the village. For solid waste management, cleaning equipments like tricycle and hand cart will be provided to 14 gram panchayats of the state. 2 water treatment plants will be set up in about 50 gram panchayats for the management of such waste liquid waste for which a total provision of Rs. 31 crore will be made. Under the Gujarat Government's scheme, solid waste is to be collected through door-to-door collection. At present, a grant of Rs. 2 per person per month is to be given to all Gram Panchayats. Instead, a monthly grant of Rs 4 per person should be given, a provision of Rs 3 crore.

The state government is very good at providing housing to every family in rural areas. Success is achieved. All these dwellings are built with toilet facilities. Now the state government will provide assistance of Rs 5,000 against the beneficiary contribution of Rs 5,000 for setting up a bathroom facility along with the newly sanctioned accommodation. Provision of Rs. 20 crore for this.

I am happy to announce the Mukhyamantri Gramya Swanirbhar Yojana with the objective of creating permanent employment for the sisters in rural areas. Under this scheme, sisters of self-help groups will be given assistance to buy grain and spice grinding bells. Provision of Rs. 3 crore for this. Provision of Rs. 3 crore for setting up stalls for diresale of manufactured goods at local fairs.



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