Bhaskar News Service
Mainpuri , Former Minister, MLA Bhogaon Ramnaresh Agnihotri wished 327 newly married couples in the grand ceremony organized under Chief Minister’s Mass Marriage Scheme at Sridevi Mela Pandal and wished everyone a bright future. He said that the successful Chief Minister of the state has worked to end the burden of daughter’s marriage from the parents of poor families by implementing a unique scheme in the state, Rs. 51 thousand in a grand ceremony, in the presence of senior officials, public representatives, the marriage ceremony is being performed with thaat-wat, under the same pavilion Hindu daughters are getting married according to Vedic customs, on the other hand Muslim daughters are getting married. The marriage ceremony of Nikah is also being performed. He said that daughters are not a burden on poor families, now the government has taken the responsibility of daughters’ education, health as well as their marriage on its shoulders, has also taken concrete steps for the safety and respect of daughters and women. The work of making women self-reliant, self-reliant by linking them with help is being done rapidly in the state.
Mr. Agnihotri said that the poor families used to worry a lot to get their daughter married, but today the state government has given a unique gift to the daughters of the poor, poor, laborer families, Removed the burden and himself bore the expenses of poor girl’s marriage under this scheme. Today this scheme is becoming very popular in the whole state. He said that since the implementation of this scheme, evil practices spread in the society have been curbed, evil practices like dowry system have also been affected, today poor families are feeling proud by getting their daughters married in a grand ceremony. He said that the most auspicious work in public welfare schemes is to get poor girls married, the Central-Pradesh government is committed to link the poor, the last rung of the society, to the mainstream of development by providing them the benefits of government-run schemes.
Congratulating the newlyweds, District Magistrate Avinash Krishna Singh said that they should move forward in life with positive thinking, get information about the public welfare schemes of the state government and take advantage of them, help other eligible people to get the benefits of the schemes as well. He said that the Chief Minister’s Collective Marriage Scheme is an ambitious scheme of the state government, in this scheme, Rs. 51 thousand is being spent by the government, out of which Rs. 35 thousand is sent to the bride’s account, Rs. Goods worth 10 thousand are being made available to daughters, Rs. Expenditure is being spent on catering and other arrangements for 06 thousand wedding processions. He told the new couples present in the program as well as other people that if the daughter of a poor person is eligible for marriage, then her relatives should find a groom for her and register them in their block, municipality, town panchayat, their marriage will also be a grand ceremony. Will be done in
District Social Welfare Officer Ashok Kumar said that the marriage ceremony of poor girls of 314 Hindu families and daughters of 13 Muslim families was completed in the Bhavay ceremony organized today. On this occasion, Superintendent of Police Vinod Kumar, Chief Development Officer Vinod Kumar, Additional District Magistrate Ram Ji Mishra, Chief Medical Officer Dr. P.P. Singh, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar, Kishni, Kurawali Navodita Sharma, R.N. Verma, Yugantar Tripathi, Disabled Empowerment Officer Mahendra Kumar, CDPO Arvindra Kumar, Executive Officer Lal Chand Bharti, Block Development Officer, Executive Officer Municipal Corporation, Block Pramukh Jagir, Ghiror Manesh Chauhan, Satyapal Yadav, Arvind Tomar, Vishambhar Tiwari, besides other officials. Public representatives etc. were present, the program was coordinated by Ravindra Gaur.
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