63 Hindu families from Bangladesh to get house-jobs and land, Yogi govt decides

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has taken a major decision and given the green signal to the rehabilitation scheme of 63 displaced Hindu families who came to India from Bangladesh in the 1970s. Under this, all these families will be given land and houses in Bhainsaya village under Rasoolabad Tehsil of Kanpur under the rehabilitation scheme. The State Government has taken this decision so that these families can make a good living.

A cabinet meeting led by CM Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, took a number of major decisions, including this one. As per the report, the state government has approved the utilization of 121.41 hectares of land under the rehabilitation scheme. Under this, the government has decided to provide 2 acres of land for agricultural purposes to each family and 200 square meters for the house. 1.20 Lakh per family will be allocated under the 'Mukhyamantri Awas Yojana.' Under MGNREGA, development works will also be taken up here so that they can get respectable employment in the village itself.

In the 1970s, 63 Hindu families from Bangladesh came to India, who later stayed here. These people were given work in the Madan Cotton Mill. But later the mill was closed, making them unemployed back. Now, for the last 30 years, they have been unemployed in this way. Soon, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Revenue Manoj Kumar Singh will visit the Kanpur countryside to see the lands allotted for the rehabilitation scheme.

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