Earlier on saturday (February 10) was again a happy day for 1 crore 29 lakh dear sisters of Madhya Pradesh. A state level program is being organized in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, from where chief minister Dr. Mohan Yadav will transfer the amount to the accounts of the beloved sisters. According to the ongoing program, chief minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, after landing at Amanala Helipad, will reach RD college and unveil the statue of rani Durgavati and address a public meeting in the college grounds.
Meanwhile Dr. Mohan Yadav is coming to Mandla for the first time as Chief Minister. Regarding the program, on friday itself, the administrative officers of the district including the collector and SP had inspected the helipad and the program sites and took stock of the preparations. It is noteworthy that the then chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had announced the Laadli Brahmin Yojana in the month of march before the assembly elections. Under this scheme, money had started coming into the accounts of the beloved sisters.
In the first three months, an amount of Rs 1000 came into the account of the dear sisters, after which the amount was increased to Rs 1250. Initially one crore 32 lakh dear sisters were getting benefited under this scheme, but now under this scheme the amount is coming into the accounts of one crore 29 lakh dear sisters. Former cm Shivraj Singh Chauhan had promised to increase the amount of Ladli Brahmin Yojana to Rs 3000.