Govt committed to self-reliance of women, Adityanath announces
Yogi Adityanath promises women empowerment and government aid during Gorakhpur visit, addressing needs and providing assistance to citizens during Janata Darshan.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath emphasized the government's dedication to women's empowerment during an event in Gorakhpur. He highlighted the Nari Shakti Vandan law, which provides 33% reservation for women in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies, as evidence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's commitment to empowering women. Adityanath stressed that by strengthening women, society and the nation can also grow stronger.
During the event, Adityanath distributed sewing machines to 1150 women who completed training as part of the Unnat Bharat Gram Abhiyan under the MP Education Council. He expressed his confidence that these women, equipped with skills and sewing machines, can find employment in garment factories in Gorakhpur and earn a daily income of ₹500 to ₹1000.
Additionally, the chief minister flagged off two mobile medical vans to provide healthcare services to slums, Vantangiya villages in Gorakhpur, and remote hamlets on the Indo-Nepal Border. He also addressed the concerns of individuals during a Janata Darshan, assuring a woman that the state government would provide her with a pension, house, and ration card.
Adityanath also assured individuals seeking financial assistance for medical treatment that the Chief Minister's Discretionary Fund would provide substantial help. Furthermore, he expressed his affection for the children attending the Janata Darshan, offering them blessings, chocolates, and encouraging them to focus on their studies. Overall, Adityanath's commitment to women's empowerment and addressing the concerns of the people demonstrates the government's dedication to improving the lives of its citizens.