Lockdown: No problem in getting free cylinders, petroleum minister gives directions to officials
Lockdown: No problem in getting free cylinders, petroleum minister gives directions to officials

New Delhi: In view of the threat of Corona epidemic, a 21-day lockdown has been implemented across the country. During this time, the common people do not have any problem with the essential items related to everyday, for this, PM Narendra Modi has instructed all the ministers of his government to give feedback of the state governments and ground officers in the departments of their ministries. On the basis of the strategy, make the benefits of poor welfare schemes accessible to the poor and needy people without delay.

Goa: 7 people found corona infected so far in state

After this directive, all the Union ministers are engaged in preparing strategies with senior officials from their homes or in the offices of their ministry if required. In this crisis, the government has announced a package for poor welfare schemes and to provide relief to the general public, it can be brought to the ground. In this sequence, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday received 8 million beneficiaries of gas cylinders under the Ujjwala scheme from April to June, ie for three months, for which necessary instructions through video conferencing to all district nodal officers in 730 districts of the country Have given.

Election commission defers Rajya Sabha elections on these seats due to coronavirus

Dharmendra Pradhan told all those nodal officers that the data of booking, delivery and complaints of beneficiaries under the Ujjwala scheme in their districts should be updated daily on the app. There should be a minimum time between booking and delivery. All nodal officers have also been asked to take care of arranging sanitizers and masks for the delivery boy in the delivery vehicle.

JP Nadda says "BJP workers should convey PM's message tp their homes"

Related News
Join NewsTrack Whatsapp group