The Chief Minister stated that the applications were invited for the scheme through a proper survey at the district levels and added that 22,336 applications had been received so far.
Imphal: Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Sunday (August 22) launched COVID-19 Affected Livelihood Support Scheme to help those who had been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the State.
Biren Singh launched the scheme at a function held at Imphal yesterday (August 22).
Addressing the function, the Chief Minister stated that the applications were invited for the scheme through a proper survey at the district levels and added that 22,336 applications had been received so far.
Out of the applications received, 7,943 had been verified, and this first instalment of Rs 2500 would be distributed to 6,276 applicants today, bearing a total amount of around Rs 1.56 crore.
He stated that the second instalment for the same would be disbursed within September of this year.
He further said that around 6,000 applicants had been identified for the Start-Up Scheme, which was put on hold for some period because of the pandemic, for which interviews were going on.
He added that the loan amount under the scheme would also be disbursed very soon. He also informed that Meeyamgi Numit and Hill Leaders' Day would be revived soon, considering the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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