PM Janman Yojana | First installment of PM Janman Yojana released

PM Janman Yojana ( PM PVTG):- For the welfare of the tribal, especially vulnerable tribal groups of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the PM Tribal Justice Maha Abhiyan on 15 November 2023 with a budget of about Rs 24,000 crore. Through this scheme, work will be done to ensure basic facilities and needs like better livelihood opportunities for the people of tribal society. PM Modi said that BJP’s Atal Bihari Vajpayee government has created a separate ministry for tribal society and allocated a separate budget. The budget for tribal welfare has been increased 6 times as compared to earlier. So under the Pradhan Mantri Janman Yojana, the government can reach out to the tribal groups and primitive tribes and ensure their complete development.

PM Janman Yojana (PM PVTG Mission) 2024

PM Janman Yojana (PM PVTG Yojana) has been launched by the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda in the Khunti district of Jharkhand on the occasion of Tribal Pride Day. This scheme has been specially designed for the welfare of tribals for which the Prime Minister has launched this scheme with a budget of Rs 24,000 crore. During this, PM Modi said that a major basis of the resolution of developed India is PM Janman or PM Tribe Tribal Justice Maha Abhiyan. Under Pradhan Mantri Janman Yojana, the government will reach out to tribal groups and primitive castes, most of whom still live in forests. Under this campaign, basic facilities like better access to health and nutrition and opportunities for sustainable living will be provided.

Objective of PM PVTG Mission

The main objective of starting PM Janman Yojana by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to ensure the development of the citizens of the tribal community of the country so that the welfare of the tribal tribes can be brought about by bringing changes in their lives. Therefore, through this scheme, work will be done to provide road and telecommunication connectivity, electricity, safe housing, clean drinking water, and facilities to the families of tribal tribes. Apart from this, work will be done to provide basic facilities and fulfill the needs of these tribes to provide them access to education, health, and nutrition.

What facilities will be provided

About 28 lakh PVTGs will be covered under the Prime Minister’s Specially Vulnerable Tribal Groups Mission. According to the official statement of the government, various programs will be run for the tribal tribes under this mission. So that the welfare of the tribals can be done. Through this mission with a budget of Rs 24,000 crore, the following facilities will be provided to the PVTG families and settlements to provide better access to the tribals and to meet their basic needs like sustainable livelihood opportunities.

Road and telephone connectivity in the PVTG area,
safe house,
clean drinking water,
better access to nutrition
living opportunities etc.

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