Ujjwala 2.0 Scheme: Now migrant laborers will get gas connection even without address proof, PM Modi announced

Ujjwala 2.0 Scheme: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched the second phase of ‘Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana’ from Mahoba district of Uttar Pradesh. On this occasion, he said that now the migrant laborers will get gas connection even without address proof.

PM Modi said, “Many of our colleagues from all over UP and other states, including Bundelkhand, go from village to city to work, go to other states. But there they face the problem of proof of address. Similarly, the Ujjwala 2.0 scheme will give maximum relief to lakhs of families.

He further said, “Now my labor colleagues do not have to wander here and there for proof of address. The government has full faith in your honesty. All you have to do is give a self-declaration of your address, that is, by writing yourself and you will get a gas connection.

The PM said that the Ujjwala scheme has given great emphasis to this resolution of health, convenience and empowerment of sisters. In the first phase of the scheme, 8 crore poor, Dalit, deprived, backward, tribal families were given free gas connections. We have seen in the Corona period how much it has benefited.

PM Modi said that now the country is moving towards fulfilling the dream of a better life by fulfilling the basic facilities. We have to increase this capability manifold in the coming 25 years. Together we have to prove this resolve of a capable and capable India. Sisters are going to have a special role in this

Let us inform that in the first phase of ‘Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana’, a total of one crore 47 lakh 43 thousand 862 LPG connections have been provided free of cost to the poor families of Uttar Pradesh. The poor families left out in the first phase of Ujjwala scheme and not covered under the scheme will get benefits in the second phase of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana.

The Ujjwala scheme was started in the year 2016. Under this, a target was set to provide free LPG connections to five crore women from families living below the poverty line.

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