The Chief Minister Ladli Behna Yojana, launched by the Madhya Pradesh Government under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, is a significant step towards empowering women economically. This scheme aims to provide financial assistance to women in the state, enhancing their ability to support their families and contribute to their overall well-being. Let’s delve deeper into the details of this initiative.

Chief Minister Ladli Behna Yojana

Ladli Behna Yojana

The Ladli Behna Yojana, introduced on March 5, 2023, is designed to offer economic independence to women in Madhya Pradesh. Under this scheme, eligible women receive financial aid of Rs 1000 per month from the government, totalling Rs 12,000 annually. The primary focus is to improve the health and nutritional levels of women and children dependent on them, while also strengthening their pivotal role within their families.

Full Details Of This Scheme

Name of SchemeChief Minister Ladli Behna Yojana
AnnouncementMadhya Pradesh Government
State NameMadhya Pradesh
ObjectivesEconomic Independence for Women, Improving Health and Nutrition of Dependent Children, Strengthening Women’s Role in Families
IncentiveRs 1250 per month
BeneficiariesWomen in Madhya Pradesh
ProcessOffline Registration
Official Websitecmladlibahna.mp.gov.in

Objectives

  • To Provide economic independence to women.
  • To Improve the health and nutrition levels of dependent children.
  • Strengthen women’s roles in family decision-making.
  • Inspiring self-employment and livelihood resources.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a resident of Madhya Pradesh.
  • Women who are married, including widows, divorced, and abandoned women.
  • Age between 21 to 60 years.
  • Family’s combined annual income should not exceed Rs 2.5 lakhs.
  • Not receiving more than Rs 1000 per month under any other Social Security Pension Scheme.

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Benefits

  • Eligible women will receive Rs 1250 monthly in their Aadhaar-linked bank accounts.
  • Women under 60 years receiving less than Rs 1250 from the Social Security Pension Scheme will be compensated up to Rs 1250.
  • Promotion of self-employment and decision-making among women.
  • Improved health and nutrition for dependent children.

Required Documents

  • Samagra ID for the family and family members.
  • Aadhaar e-KYC.
  • Registered mobile number on Samagra.
  • bank account with Aadhaar and activate DBT
  • passport size photo

How to Apply

  • Get the application form from the Gram Panchayat/Ward Office/Campsite.
  • Fill in the required details and attach a photo to the Application form.
  • Submit the completed form at the designated Ladli Behna Portal/App.
  • Verify that your family’s Samagra ID and Aadhaar card details are correct.
  • Wait for the verification process and approval.
  • Once approved, Rs 1250 per month will be deposited into your Aadhaar-linked bank account.

Check Application And Payment Status:

To check the Payment status of your application for the Chief Minister Ladli Behna Yojana,

  • Go to the Ladli Behna Yojana website.
  • Find “Application Status” or “Check Status.”
  • Enter your Ladli Sister application number or Member Overall number.
  • Fill in the Captcha code.
  • Click on the “Search” button.

Imporrtant Notes

  • People with a combined self-declared yearly income exceeding Rs. 2.5 lakh.
  • Individuals who or whose family members pay income tax.
  • Persons employed in a government department, undertaking, division, or local body of the Government of India or a state government, or those receiving a pension post-retirement.
  • Those receiving Rs. 1250 or more monthly under any government scheme.
  • Individuals or their family members who are current or former Members of Parliament (MPs) or Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs).
  • Persons or their family members serving as Chairpersons, Directors, or Members of Government-selected or nominated Boards, Corporations, or Undertakings.
  • Those serving as elected public representatives (except Panch and Upasarpanch) in local bodies.
  • Individuals or their family jointly owning over five acres of agricultural land.
  • Owners of four-wheeler vehicles (excluding tractors) registered in their or their family members’ names.

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