- Loans for migrant workers: Uttarakhand govt. launches a new scheme
Under the Mukhya Mantri Swarojgar Yojana, the Uttarakhand government will provide loans to migrant workers. Under this scheme, loans will be provided by nationalized banks, scheduled commercial banks, and co-operative banks. Those who are returning to the state will be eligible to apply for the loans. Under the Mukhya Mantri Swarojgar yojna, the Uttarakhand government will provide loans for projects worth Rs. 25 lakh in the manufacturing sector and Rs. 10 lakh in the service sector. The Uttarakhand govt. will provide loans to migrant workers under the new scheme of Mukhya Mantri Swarojgar Yojna.
2. Rajendra Mahato: constitution made based on Racial Nationalism
Madheshi leader Rajendra Mahato spoke of the constitution of Nepal base on racial nationalism. He said that for this reason, not all the people of the country have imbibed it yet. Speaking to Amar Ujala, former Rashtriya Janata party president’s board member Mahato said that the constitutional amendment is a national, question; therefore public consent must be made in its amendment. The constitution amendment does not arise in the constitution which does not include the feelings of all people class, caste, community area.
3. Delhi HC: Foreign nationals to move to alternate place of accommodation
The Delhi High Court allowed more than 950 foreign nationals, who participated in the March Nizamuddin Markaz event, to move to alternate places of accommodation from institutional quarantine centres (Mohd Jamaal vs. UOI & Ors). The costs incurred on providing the alternate accommodation, as well as the allied facilities, shall be borne by the Tablighijamaat community itself. The order was passed by a division bench of justices Vipin Sanghi and Rajnish Bhatnagar after the Delhi Government, Delhi police, and Central Government said that they had no objections to the foreign nationals moving to another location.