Ladli Laxmi Yojana (LLY) launched five years ago, to bridge the tilted male-female sex ration, more than 11.42 lakh girls set to get Rs 1 lakh financial benefit as they have been enrolled so far in the MP’s government.
According to reports of officials said that utmost 2,41,193 girls have been enclosed under the scheme in Jabalpur division of MP. Indore division had stood second in the Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme implementation with 1, 84,556 beneficiaries, followed by Ujjain with 1, 34,556 and Sagar divisions with 1, 20,578.
Around 1, 15,222 in Bhopal, 88,206 in Gwalior, 58,802 in Narmadapuram, 56,644 in Chambal and 55,023 girls in Shahdol divisions have come under this Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme.
District-wise, Chhindwara had topped in Ladli Laxmi Yojana (LLY) where in 54,104 girls have been covered under the Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme. Nearly 51,180 in Jabalpur, 43, 830 girls in Indore, 43, 252 in Sagar), 37,101 in Bhopal, 37, 772 girls in Balaghat, 36, 989 girls in Satna, 30, 917 in Betul and 23, 363 girls in Seoni had been benefitted under the Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme.
Under the Ladli Laxmi Yojana, the state government purchases national savings certificates worth Rs 6 thousand in the name of a girl every year after their birth till the amount reaches Rs 30,000. The girl covered under the Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme is given Rs 2,000 on admission to class VI, Rs 4,000 in class IX and Rs 7,500 in class XI. Girls are given Rs 200 per month during their studies in class XI and XII. When the girl reached to marriage age they gets Rs one lakh.
The benefits of the Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme is extended to girls who parents adopt family planning after two children and are not tax payers.