In pics | Key highlights of FM Nirmala Sitharaman’s coronavirus relief equipment

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    In pics | Key highlights of FM Nirmala Sitharaman’s coronavirus relief equipment


    The finance minister, on March 26, introduced the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Diagram price Rs 1.7 lakh crore and dispute money transfer advantages to abet the sad and migrant staff for the length of the coronavirus pandemic. Here are the crucial aspects.

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, on March 26, announced the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Scheme worth Rs 1.70 lakh crore and direct cash transfer benefits to help the poor and migrant workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, migrant workers in major cities have been struggling to obtain essential supplies since the 21-day lockdown began and these schemes aims to benefit workers, urban and rural poor hit by lockdown. Here are key highlights of FM’s relief package. (Image: Reuters)

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    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, on March 26, introduced the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Diagram price Rs 1.7 lakh crore and dispute money transfer advantages to abet the sad and migrant staff for the length of the coronavirus pandemic. Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, migrant staff in main cities had been struggling to function principal offers for the explanation that 21-day lockdown started. These schemes unbiased at supporting the economically weaker lessons hit by the lockdown. Here are the important thing highlights of the comfort equipment. (Image: Reuters)

    For doctors | Insurance cover worth Rs 50 lakh per person for doctors, paramedics, nurses and other health professionals. (Image: AP)

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    For doctors | Insurance coverage duvet price Rs 50 lakh per particular person for doctors, paramedics, nurses and varied health professionals. (Image: AP)

    For poor people | 80 crore poor people to get additional 5 kg of rice/wheat, over and above existing 5 kg limit. (Image: Reuters)

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    For sad other folks | Up to 80 crore sad other folks to secure a further 5 kg of rice/wheat, over and above the present 5 kg limit. (Image: Reuters)

    For farmers | First installment of PM Kisan Yojana's annual Rs 6000, shall be transferred immediately. (Image: PTI)

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    For farmers | The first installment of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Yojana’s annual Rs 6,000 assistance will be transferred to beneficiaries straight away. (Image: PTI)

    For MGNREGA worker | Wage increase by Rs 2000 per MGNREGA worker. (Image: Reuters)

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    For MGNREGA staff | Wage to traipse up by Rs 2,000 per worker. (Image: Reuters)

    For poor widows, senior citizens and divyang | Ex-gratia amount of Rs 1000 p.m. for next 3 months. (Image: Reuters)

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    For sad widows, senior voters and divyang | An ex-gratia amount of Rs 1,000 month-to-month for the subsequent three months. (Image: Reuters)

    For beneficiaries of Ujjwala Scheme | Free gas cylinders to below poverty line families registered under the scheme for three months. (Image: pmuy.gov.in)

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    For beneficiaries of Ujjwala Diagram | Free gas cylinders to below poverty line households registered beneath the scheme for 3 months. (Image: pmuy.gov.in)

    For women having Jan Dhan Accounts | Ex-gratia amount of Rs 500 p.m for next 3 months (Image: india.gov.in)

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    For females having Jan Dhan Accounts | An ex-gratia amount of Rs 500 p.m for the subsequent three months (Image: india.gov.in)

    For women in self-help groups | For 7 crore households, limit of collateral free loans increased to Rs 20,00,000 from existing Rs 10,00,000. (Image: Reuters)

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    For females in self-abet groups | For seven crore households, the limit of collateral-free loans elevated to Rs 20,00,000 from present Rs 10,00,000. (Image: Reuters)

    For organised sector staff (EPF) | Executive to pay EPF contribution of both employer and staff for subsequent 3 months. Applicability easiest to industry having<or 100 staff and 90% of whom create no longer up to Rs 15,000 p.m. (Image: PTI)

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    For organised sector staff | The federal government to pay EPF contribution of both employer and staff for the subsequent three months. This would possibly per chance be acceptable to companies with up to 100 staff, where 90 percent of staff create no longer up to Rs 15,000 p.m. (Image: PTI)

    For organised sector employees (own money) | EPF scheme is amended to allow non-refundable advance of 75% of amount in credit of the account or 3 months' wages, whichever is lower. (Image: PTI)

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    For organised sector staff | The EPF scheme is amended to allow non-refundable attain of 75 percent of the amount in credit score of the legend or 3 months’ wages, whichever is lower. (Image: PTI)

    For construction workers | Using Rs 31,000-crore fund available in Building and other Construction Workers Fund (BOCW) to aid 3.5 crore construction workers during the coronavirus pandemic. (Image: PTI)

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    For constructing staff | The federal government will utilise Rs 31,000-crore fund accessible in Constructing and varied Construction Group Fund to back 3.5 crore constructing staff for the length of the coronavirus pandemic. (Image: PTI)

    For medical expenses | States to use district mineral fund for medical screening, facilities and health needs. (Image: AP)

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    For scientific prices | States to make use of district mineral fund for scientific screening, facilities and health needs. (Image: AP)

    First Printed on Mar 26, 2020 10: 12 pm

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