Guwahati: As many as 20 lakh beneficiaries of welfare scheme Orunodoi has been finalised in Assam after a survey by the government.
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma chaired a meeting through video-conferencing with public representatives, Deputy Commissioners and members of the District-level Monitoring Committee
to review the progresses of the surveys for inclusion of new eligible beneficiaries and exclusion of ineligible beneficiaries with regards to the Orunodoi scheme.
“The Chief Minister stated that the surveys on the current financial situation of the State’s 20 lakh beneficiaries of Orunoday scheme have been concluded and the documents regarding the same have been sent to the respective Deputy Commissioners, an official statement said.
Assam Government launched social welfare known as the Assam Orunodoi Scheme 2022 for the benefit of the citizens of the state. It is a state government-funded scheme that was launched exclusively to provide financial assistance to the poor and needy citizens of the state.
The Chief Minister directed the members of the District-level Monitoring Committees to collect the data from the Deputy Commissioners and and complete the investigation regarding those left out of the scheme till date and prepare a list of the new beneficiaries within the next 10 days.
In order to ensure timely payment of Orundoi amount to the beneficiaries in the month of November too, the Chief Minister further asked the District-level Monitoring Committees to convene a meeting by the coming October 22 and finalize the data by October 25.
The Chief Minister further directed the Deputy Commissioners to upload the final data by October 28.
He appealed to all quarters to prepare the new list of beneficiaries by rising above political ideologies and partisan intentions.