The result of visionary thinking and welfare schemes of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is that a big change is being seen in the lives of cattle herders and landless villagers in just 3 years. With Godhan Nyay Yojana strengthening the economic condition of the women of the group, their income opportunities are also increasing.
In the village panchayat Katkona under Khadgawan development block, the women of Radhakrishna self-help group buy cow dung in Gothan and make vermicompost. So far these women have sold vermicompost worth about Rs 3 lakh 35 thousand. Ind Kunwar, a resident of Majhapara Katkona, who works in the group, has opened an account under the Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana in the names of both daughters Seema and Meena with the dividend amount received from the sale of vermi compost.
She deposits 1-1 thousand rupees every month in this account for the higher education of the children. Along with this, she also runs the education and school expenses of the children. He thanked the Chief Minister of the state, Bhupesh Baghel, for bringing the Gothan scheme and providing self-employment.
Collector Narendra Kumar Dugga said that various basic resources are being made available by the government for conducting income-oriented activities in the Gauthans, which is helping the women and villagers of the group to run self-employment. With the aim of making villages the centers of production and making the villagers self-reliant, this scheme has now started showing a positive change in the rural scenario.