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Mohammad Khan, senior citizen from Varanasi interacted with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath through video conferencing; Women beneficiaries of Mathura chant Radhe-Radhe and call Yogi as their saviour

Thank you Chief Minister Yogi, you took full care of the elders like us in crisis

Lucknow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath have become saviours for people facing hardships during the lockdown in view of Corona crisis. People are happy with money transferred in their accounts and constantly thanking Chief Minister Yogi. In the video conferencing on Thursday, the beneficiaries interacted with the Chief Minister and said that now they are free of all their worries. Along with ration, they are also getting financial help for their sustenance.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that 86.71 lakh beneficiaries of old age, Nirashrit Mahila, Divyangjan and Leprosy Pension have been provided with advance pension in their account and ration. While Rs 871.48 crore was released as advance pension in April, Rs 1301.84 crore has been released on Thursday. So far, 2173.32 crore have been released by the government.
Thank you Chief Minister Yogi

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also interacted with the beneficiaries through video conferencing on the occasion. Pension holder from Jalaun, Rajaram said that in this crisis, fortunately we are getting ration and money from the government on time. Earlier no one used to pay heed, now the Chief Minister is talking to us directly. Bamouri Devi thanked Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and said that this money will help her meet household expenses. Talking to Bamouri Devi, the Chief Minister said that Rs 1500 have been sent to your account. It comprises Rs 500 as pension and Rs 1000 as the Garib Kalyan package sent by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Usha Shukla and Rita Pandey of Bareilly said that with the help of this amount of pension, they are getting huge relief in meeting their household expenses. While thanking the Chief Minister, they said that in the time of crisis, the Prime Minister is giving additional Rs 1000 which has given a big support to our family.

Ajay Kumar, a divyang of Deoria said that the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister strengthened us financially when we were worried about the sustenance of our family. Along with funds for the livelihood of our family, we were also provided ration for free. Durgesh Kumar said that he also works at the shop. During the lockdown, I will never forget the help which has been provided by the government, he said.

Krishna from Bahraich said that along with pension, he was getting ration on time with which he is able to sustain his family. For this, he also thanked the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister. While interacting with the Chief Minister, Mishrilal said that the facilities which are being provided to us are commendable.

Ravi Kumar of Meerut working in a bulb factory said that when everything was shut down during the lockdown, I was very worried but the government has helped us and salary is being paid from factory. Nitin Kumar said that I am grateful to the government for this help.

While interacting with the Chief Minister, Urmila Devi and Veero Devi of Mathura chanted Radhey-Radhey, and said that the Chief Minister has taken full care of them. The government has made arrangements for their stay, food and transferred money in their accounts.

Thanking the Chief Minister, Mohammad Khanna Khan of Varanasi said that the pension amount for the elderly like us is not less than any ‘Sanjeevani’ and the biggest thing is that we are getting pension in full and on time. Meanwhile, Chanda Gupta thanked the Chief Minister, and raised the slogan of Har-Har Mahadev. Chanda said that the way the Chief Minister is working relentlessly, people like us are able to get the benefits of all government schemes from time to time.

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