Delhi Govt launches 'Shramik Mitras' scheme to help construction workers
Delhi Govt  launches 'Shramik Mitras' scheme to help construction workers

New Delhi:  The Delhi government plans to train 700 to 800 'Shramik Mitras' across the national capital to ensure that registered construction workers are aware of the government's assistance schemes. 700 to 800 Shramik Mitras will be trained as District, Vidhan Sabha, and Ward level coordinators as part of this programme. At least three to four Shramik Mitras will be stationed in each ward to assist construction workers.

The task of these Shramik Mitras will be to inform construction workers registered with the Construction Board at the ward level about government assistance schemes for construction workers, help them apply for it, and assist them until the workers receive the benefit of the scheme, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said.

Sisodia went on to say, that Laborer's children are gifted, but they are afraid to dream big. They must be assured that even the child of a labourer who constructs an institute such as IIT will be able to study there. Allow them to study; the government will assist them. In this country, the workers who built the roads to Parliament are still marginalised. This is the harsh reality of today's society. Through its beneficial schemes, the Delhi government is working to restore dignity to these marginalised communities.

Nearly six lakh construction workers in Delhi have registered themselves with the Construction Board through various registration campuses started by the Arvind Kejriwal government.

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