Will the Ladli Behna Scheme be Discontinued? Shivraj Singh and Kailash Vijayvargiya Provide Answers
Will the Ladli Behna Scheme be Discontinued? Shivraj Singh and Kailash Vijayvargiya Provide Answers

Bhopal: The Laadli Behna Yojana in Madhya Pradesh is currently a topic of discussion in every household in the state, as there is uncertainty about whether the scheme will continue or be discontinued. This concern arose after the Governor's address in the Assembly on Wednesday, where there was no mention of the Laadli Behna Yojana. Subsequently, Congress leaders raised several questions regarding the Laadli Behna Yojana.

Congress MLA Ramnivas stated that former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan had consistently promised in every assembly session to provide Rs 3,000 to Laadli sisters. However, the Governor's speech did not touch upon the Laadli Behna Yojana, raising doubts about the commitment to fulfill the promise. According to the promise, the first order should have been the allocation of Rs 3,000 to Laadli sisters. Not only was there no mention of the scheme in the Governor's speech, but there was also no mention of farmers. The speech only revolved around dreams.

In response, BJP MLA Kailash Vijayvargiya stated that no scheme is being discontinued, and the rumors spread by Congress about the Laadli Behna Yojana being halted are baseless. He emphasized that not only the Laadli Behna Yojana but also any women empowerment schemes will continue as usual.

He further explained that the reference to central schemes was made because they include the state's participation. The Governor's speech covered all schemes, whether it be the Laadli Yojana, housing schemes, or any other initiatives by the BJP government. The Congress is unnecessarily making this issue bigger without any valid reason.

Former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan assured, "The Laadli Behna Yojana will not be discontinued. I assure you that the Laadli Yojana will never be discontinued in the state. The rumors circulating about the scheme's discontinuation are entirely false; please do not pay attention to these rumors."

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