These proposals were approved in the Uttarakhand cabinet meeting

The meeting of the Tirath cabinet was held in Dehradun. Some big proposals have been stamped in this meeting

These proposals were approved in the Uttarakhand cabinet meeting

All eyes were on the meeting of the Tirath cabinet today. The meeting of the Tirath cabinet was held in Dehradun and big proposals have been passed in this meeting. We are giving you information about each decision one by one.


It has been decided in the cabinet meeting that the Vatsalya scheme started by the government for the children who have been orphaned during the Corona period will be extended for 5 years. Under the scheme, orphan children will be given a maintenance allowance of Rs 3000 per month and other facilities.
Apart from this, the Shilpkar Protsahan Yojana in Uttarakhand has been extended by 5 years.
It was decided in the cabinet meeting to provide relief to the businessmen related to tourism affected due to Covid.


The workers will get Rs 2500 for 2 months due to the loss caused to the tourism industries. Tours, travels, operators, rafting, guides will also get financial assistance. The renewal fee is waived in tourism.
In Haldwani, a decision was taken to constitute a working organization for the construction of the hospital.
The Moneylender Act has been amended.


Approval has been given for the construction of the administrative building in the Kedarnath master plan.
It has been decided in the cabinet meeting that construction works worth 100 crores will be done in Badrinath Dham.


The rules of higher education have been amended in the cabinet meeting.


For the construction of Hotel Alaknanda in Haridwar, Rs 49 lakh was waived except labor cess.


The district authority has been amended and approval has been given to pass the map in rural areas.


The Justice Department building at Tekhla in Uttarkashi has been replaced by PWD land near Vishwanath Bhawan.


Given the situation of Coronavirus, the Chief Minister Self Employment Scheme has been approved. 10 crore will be spent on this, out of which 5 crores will be given by Hans Foundation. This will benefit 20000 people and small works will be encouraged. Rs 5000 subsidy will be given on the project of 10 thousand to 15 thousand.