Thursday , April 18 2024

Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana will make daughters self-reliant: Krishna Kumar

Sultanpur, 16 February (HS). The postal department is now not only delivering letters, but is also delivering all the government's public welfare schemes and their benefits to the people. Postal Department has an important role in financial empowerment and Antyodaya. Post offices have been made multipurpose by providing all the services under one roof. All facilities like savings, insurance, Aadhaar, passport, common service centre, India Post Payments Bank, Ganga water sale, QR code based digital payment are available in post offices. Through India Post Payments Bank, people are getting all the facilities including banking sitting at home. This idea was expressed by Krishna Kumar Yadav, Postmaster General of Prayagraj region, as the chief guest while inaugurating the “Financial Inclusion Mahamela” organized at Ramnaresh Tripathi Auditorium in the city.

Shri Yadav said that post office savings schemes are very popular among the common people and people have been making safe investments in them from generation to generation. Postmen and Gramin Dak Sevaks are today functioning as a mobile bank through India Post Payments Bank. Now no one needs to go to the bank or ATM to withdraw the DBT amount coming into the bank accounts of all the beneficiaries including farmers, but everyone can withdraw from their Aadhaar linked bank account through postman sitting at home. If you have an account in IPPB, online deposits can also be made in Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, RD, PPF, Postal Life Insurance of the post office. Many services like e-Shram, Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, vehicle insurance, health insurance, accident insurance, Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana can also be availed through the postman. Pensioners can get the life certificate made through the postman sitting at home. Aadhaar is necessary to avail the benefits of various government schemes, in such a situation, now the mobile number linked to Aadhaar can also be updated through the postman sitting at home.

Sultanpur Division Postal Superintendent Shri M.M. Hussain said that in the postal fair, people invested more than 30 thousand savings accounts and a premium of more than Rs 15 lakh for new life insurance. Shri Yadav said that the common man does not have to wander for various services and so that all the services can be available under one roof, now 73 services of the Central and various State Governments are being provided simultaneously through the Common Service Center in the post offices. Are.

On this occasion, the Postmaster General also distributed passbooks and policy bonds to the beneficiaries of Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, Mahila Samman Savings Certificate and Postal Life Insurance. The postal workers doing excellent work were honored and encouraged. While distributing the passbooks of “Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana” to the daughters, he said that through this, if the daughters become self-reliant, then the concept of “Self-reliant India” will also come true.

Branch Sultanpur Pankaj Tiwari, IPB Manager Branch Amethi Amit Kumar Singh, Assistant Postal Superintendent Gyanendra Kumar and Pawan Kumar, Sub-Divisional Inspector Manish Kumar Chaudhary, Deepak Maurya and Anand Kumar, Complaint Inspector Shailesh Sharma, Amit Kumar Singh, Vikas Verma. , Deepak Gupta, Atul Kumar Gupta, Manoj Kumar and all the officers and employees were present.