The phase of Covid-19 has been full of hardship for a particular section of society. People who are daily wage earners, artisans, school bus/van drivers, artists, auto drivers, rickshaw pullers, street vendors have been the worst affected. There are also many children who lost their parents to Covid-19.
In order to support the people going through a hard time, the Manipur Cabinet has approved of the Chief Minister's Covid-19 Affected Livelihood Support Scheme. This scheme assures direct transfer of Rs 5000 to those families whose livelihood has been affected due to Covid-19. The amount will be given in two equal instalments and the scheme will be run under the State Social Welfare Department.
A cabinet meeting which was chaired by Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on 6 July 2021 approved guidelines of a scheme named 'Chief Minister's Bal Seva Scheme which was announced earlier with an aim to provide welfare and social security to the orphans.
A cabinet meeting on 6 July 2021 approved guidelines of a scheme named 'Chief Minister's Bal Seva Scheme which was announced earlier with an aim to provide welfare and social security to the orphans.
The state government has given its nod to restructure the Labour and Employment Department in order to take up the issues of the unemployed youth under the department of skill development and entrepreneurship. The cabinet accorded approval to rationalization of recruitment to government departments.
While attending a virtual launch function of dry ration distribution, Chief Minister Biren Singh reaffirmed distributing Rs 3000 among the beneficiaries at the Churachandpur district.
Various communities like Highland Group, Sunbird Trust and Umeed Project came forward to distribute crypto kits among the people. Each crypto kit contained 12 kgs of rice, poha, chilli powder, dhania powder, cumin and sanitary pads.