An important step has been taken with the aim of improving the lives of senior citizens and enhancing confidence in cooperative societies. Maharashtra Government has announced a series of initiatives covering various sectors. From welfare schemes to development projects, these measures reflect the government’s commitment to meet the needs of its citizens and promote development across the state.
Mukhyamantri Vayoshri Yojana: An incentive for senior citizens
introduction of ‘Mukhyamantri Vayoshri Yojana’ There is sure to be profit all around 15 lakh senior citizens Suffering from physical or mental disability. Citizens eligible under this scheme are above age 65 years Financial assistance of three thousand rupees will be received, which will provide necessary help and relief to the weaker members of the society.
Increasing confidence in cooperative societies
The government has announced a support scheme to instill confidence among depositors in co-operative societies. In case of insolvency of a non-agricultural cooperative society, an independent entity will be formed to reimburse deposits up to Rs 1 lakh. With an initial corpus of Rs 100 crore, the initiative aims to protect the interests of approximately three crore depositors.
In a welcome relief for Mumbai residents, the state cabinet has decided not to increase property tax rates. The decision, approved by the Maharashtra government, eases the financial burden on citizens, with the Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation spending an estimated Rs 736 crore to provide relief.
Empowering youth through employment opportunities
Based on the success of recent employment fairs, the government is planning to organize NaMo MahaRojgar Mela in various divisions including Nashik, Pune and Konkan. The initiative aims to create job opportunities for at least two lakh youth, empowering them to contribute to the state economy and their livelihoods.
Enhance tourism and wildlife conservation
For tourists and wildlife lovers, the government has announced the launch of a leopard safari in Ambegaon, Pune, which will provide a unique experience and promote eco-tourism in the region.
Infrastructure development and urban renewal
Apart from welfare schemes, the government approved plans to expand Shirdi airport, demand salt pan land from the Center for the Dharavi redevelopment plan and revise the retirement age for teachers in agricultural universities from 62 to 60 years. Is. These initiatives underline the government’s commitment towards infrastructure development and urban renewal, thereby ensuring sustainable growth and prosperity for all citizens.
Important questions related to exam
- What is the objective of the assistance scheme announced by the Maharashtra Government for cooperative societies?
- How will the Maharashtra government provide relief to Mumbai residents in terms of property tax rates?
- What is the objective of organizing Namo Maharojgar Mela in different divisions of Maharashtra?
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