Bhubaneswar: Social welfare schemes such as KALIA Yojana and six other schemes have come under the purview of the Mo Sarkar from December 1.
Programmes like the National Food Security Act (NFSA), Mamata Yojana, KALIA Yojana, Mission Shakti, drinking water, farmers’ registration will be covered under the initiative. Under the scheme, the government will take feedback from the people regarding the proper implementation of the Yojanas.
Under NFSA, the Naveen Patnaik led government provides Re 1/kg; while Mamata is conditional cash transfer maternity benefit scheme for pregnant women and lactating mothers. Kalia is an income support scheme for a wide range of farmers that already benefitted nearly 51 lakh farmers.
The Mission Shakti aims at economic empowerment of rural women in which around 70 lakh women are associated with. Similarly, farmers’ registration is for paddy procurement, covering them under the crop insurance scheme.
The objective of the Mo Sarkar programme is to provide service with dignity to people who are coming to government offices for different purposes. The phone numbers of people who are coming to government offices will be collected randomly with the purpose to improve the governance system by collecting feedback on behaviour and professionalism of government officers.
The amalgamation of successful Mo Sarkar and the mentioned people friendly schemes is expected to bring the State government closer to people and in turn, help the citizens to reap the available benefits.