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e-Shram: If you have also applied under e-Shram scheme, then this news is for you. Because the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has decided to transfer 1000-1000 rupees of maintenance allowance to the account of eligible workers.

e-Shram: If you have also applied under e-Shram scheme, then this news is for you. Because the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has started the work of transferring 1000-1000 rupees of maintenance allowance to the account of eligible workers. According to the information, this work was started from last Monday. The first installment has reached the accounts of lakhs of workers this week. Workers whose accounts have not yet received money, then there is no need to worry. Because the Yogi government will work to send money to the workers’ account throughout the week. If you have also applied under the e-Shram scheme, then you should check the status of your account.

Actually, the Yogi Adityanath government of UP had prepared the data of workers through the e-shram portal. On which the Labor Department was also working for months. So that no eligible worker is left untouched by the benefits of the scheme. Let us tell you that on Monday, there was a plan of the government to transfer the maintenance allowance amount to 1.50 crore workers of the state in the accounts of the workers. However, the money of the scheme has not yet reached the account of all the workers. Under the e-shram scheme, Rs 500 per month is to be given to the Yogi government workers as maintenance allowance. The payment of which will be done by the Labor Department every two months by sending 1000 rupees to the accounts.

 These people are eligible
under the scheme, roadside street vendors, horsemen, rickshaw and handcart drivers, barbers, washermen, tailors, cobblers, fruit and vegetable vendors etc. are included. Apart from this, a large section is of those workers who are associated with construction work. Even during the first transition of Corona, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had come forward and helped this most deprived section of the society in every possible way. This process will continue in the second phase as well. Track shopkeepers, daily wage laborers, rickshaw/e-rickshaw, etc., who earn their living by working on daily basis in urban areas, in order to ensure safety of life and livelihood amid the Kovid epidemic. Maintenance allowance was provided to the traditional workers like sailors, barbers, washermen, cobblers, confectioners etc.

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