Gujarat diamond baron donates Rs 200 crore for Modi’s Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign
It’s not a common thing to be witness among Indians to donate vigorously to the welfare scheme announced by the current central government of India led by Mr. Modi the current prime minister of India.
Donation offered by Gujarat Merchant
Gujarat a well known state where people often tends to do business by their own, recently one of the businessmen from the surat city has donated Rs. 200 crore to the PM’s women campaign of “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (BBP)” in the language of English it can be translated into ‘Save Girl Child, Educate Girl Child’.
The information has been confirmed by the ANI (Asian News International) channel by quoting that the Gujarat based diamond merchant Mr. Laljibhai Badshah has offered whopping amount as donation for the welfare and women empowerment of more than 10,000 girls of the specific community Patidar.
Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Scheme
The women/girl child welfare scheme BBBP was launched by Mr. Modi on 2015, with the vision of empowering the women status in the country. The scheme conducts various social awareness programs in order to create awareness on improving the women/girl child’s status in the Indian society.
Also the scheme mainly focus on improving the child sex ratio, where the gender based partiality is keep on increasing as per the reports released by the UNICEF. Under this welfare scheme, it is ensured that the women child is born healthy and avails proper education with the support of government in the cities where the scheme gets implemented. Initially, this women welfare scheme has been introduced around 100 districts across the nation. Now, the establishment of this BBBP has been expanded significantly.
It’s quite amazing to witness such participants from the public on offering their support for the women welfare scheme launched by the central government. With such contribution either by physical or by financially by public, all major welfare schemes can be established without any hassle. And it’s not too long for the nation to achieve the status of developed country.