The Modi government has made a big announcement for children orphaned by the Coronavirus outbreak. PMO said PM Modi announced that children who lost their parents in the Corona epidemic will be assisted under the “PM Cares for Children” program. Free education will also be provided to orphans by the government.
The PMO said orphans owed to the crown will receive a monthly allowance when they turn 18 and Rs 10 lakh from the PM Care Fund when they turn 23.
The PMO said that children who lose their parents to corona will also get free health insurance of Rs five lakh until the age of 18. Funds.
Prime Minister Modi said that children are the future of India and we will do our best for their safety and assistance. He added that it is our duty as a society to take care of children and hope for a bright future.
The Supreme Court ordered the states
The second wave of Corona has created a difficult situation for India in which millions of cases of Corona occur every day and over three lakh people have lost their lives so far. Children affected by corona include children who have lost a parent. The Supreme Court also issued a directive to states on orphans during the Corona period. The Supreme Court said on Friday that state governments should take care of the needs of orphans in Corona. The court ordered states to identify children who have lost their parents or a family member in lockdowns across the country.
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