MP News: The highly anticipated sixth instalment of the Ladli Behna Yojana, a prominent initiative by the Madhya Pradesh government, is expected to be disbursed on November 10, coinciding with Dhanteras day. This phase of the program will provide beneficiaries with ₹1,250, further highlighting the state’s commitment to the welfare and empowerment of its female citizens.
Social Media Discussions Amid Model Code of Conduct for Upcoming Assembly Elections
The Ladli Behna Yojana has recently sparked discussions on social media, especially in the context of the prevailing model code of conduct in anticipation of the upcoming assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. To address these concerns and provide clarity, Navbharat Times approached relevant officials for their statements.
Election Commission’s Confirmation of No Communication Received
Anupam Rajan, the Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh, officially confirmed that as of now, the Election Commission has not received any communication from the Women and Child Development Department regarding the Ladli Behna Yojana or its disbursement during this period.
Women and Child Development Department’s Assertion
RR Bhosle, an official from the Women and Child Development Department, reiterated the absence of any correspondence with the Election Commission regarding the release of funds for the Ladli Behna Scheme. This confirmation underscores the separation of the scheme from election-related matters.
In summary, the Ladli Behna Yojana’s sixth instalment is poised for release on November 10, emphasizing the state’s dedication to the welfare of its female citizens. Despite social media discussions related to the model code of conduct, election officials have clarified that there have been no formal communications regarding the scheme’s disbursement from the Women and Child Development Department to the Election Commission.