On the lines of PM Svanidhi Yojana, the Delhi Government also called the Corona period ( coronavirus ) Has made a big announcement for financial help to the affected street vendors. The Delhi government has decided to provide loan scheme up to Rs 20 thousand to the street vendors. Officials said that there are about five lakh street-vendors in the capital. Of these, only 1.3 lakh have registered themselves with the Municipal Corporation and NDMC. Explain that under the PM Swanidhi scheme, the central government is providing loans of up to Rs 10,000 to the street vendors for livelihood.
How will I get a loan?
Tell that the street vendors will be given a loan of up to 20 thousand rupees through DSFDC. The interest rate of the loan will be extremely low. Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam has taken this decision after the meeting. This will reduce the dependence of such people on private moneylenders. Let me tell you that vegetable and fruit vendors will also be included in the street tracks.
According to officials, it will include street vendors. Wherein those who run shops on the roadside, cart or hawker-track along with fruit-vegetable, and paan shops will be given loans up to Rs 20 thousand.
Money lenders save motive
The Delhi government says that the main goal of this scheme is to protect those who set up small shops along the road from private money lenders. Apart from this, loans have to be provided at a low interest rate. So that in times of crisis, he can fulfill his needs. DSFDC has also renovated 60 work sheds in Raghubir Nagar. These are ready for allocation to scheduled caste entrepreneurs.
PM Swanidhi Scheme
Explain that in the Corona crisis, the Central Government had started the PM Swanidhi scheme for street vendors. Under this scheme, these people get a loan of up to 10 thousand rupees.