Andhra Pradesh Announces : In this second wave of Corona, the state government is taking big steps for the orphans. After Madhya Pradesh and Delhi, now Andhra Pradesh’s YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led administration has given instructions to deposit 10 lakhs for the children who have lost both their parents.
The state government stated that “The fight against the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic has left many children unsafe and vulnerable, especially the children who lost their parents due to the deadly virus. Understanding that the future of these children are at risk, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has taken a critical decision to work on creating the security of a fixed deposit of ₹ 10 lakhs for each and every orphan child, “
Mr. Reddy has asked his officials to prepare a package with Banks. He tells to keep a fixed deposit with a certain amount in the Bank until the child gets 25 years old.
Along with this, the CM has said his rights that every month the children and the guardian, who is taking care of them should be given a good interest. And has also called for the release of such good plans.
Partial lockdown has been imposed till May 31 to know the number of cases in the state. With this, people living in rural areas have been asked to take precautions and they have been asked to give more. Because he is afraid of spreading the virus.
The Chief Minister declared “Those patients should be given free treatment under AarogyaSri welfare scheme. Hospitals which will treat such patients should be identified,”