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PM Modi to launch Mudra Bank scheme in Dumka on Oct 2: Vidhut Mahato

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Jamshedpur, Sept 14: Member of Parliament Vidhut Baran Mahato on Monday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch Mudra Bank scheme on Friday, October 2 at Dumka.

To participate in the event thousands of party activists and workers from East Singhbhum district will be going to Dumka for which the preparations have already started. MP was talking to the mediapersons at the Circuit House in Jamshedpur.

Mahato further informed that the scheme has been started by the central government for the poor people were they can take loan upto Rs 50,000 without guarantee and the person taking the loan only needs to have a bank account. To avail loan more than 50 thousand, person needs to provide essential papers.

MP further informed that the loans will help the cottage industries along with other small business. Under this scheme, a loan amount up to Rs. 10,00,000 (ten lakh only ) can be taken from the bank at nominal interest rates. This scheme has been designed especially for shopkeepers & small businessmen.

On the directions of PM Modi MP of every district has been given the responsibility for promotion of the scheme so that the small business houses can avail the benefit. The scheme is being launched from Dumka, the second capital of Jharkhand because from there only the money lending scheme was started, added Vidhut Mahato.

Present on the occasion BJP district President, Nandji Prasad said, our focus is to make the scheme available to minimum 200 people of every block of the district. We are also targeting to make reach Pradhanmantri Mahila Suraksha Yojna to booth level.

Total of 1658 booths are available in the district and every booth level officer of the party has been informed about the scheme.

All the party workers have been told to make the scheme available to 25 women and if any women is not in a position to provide the money then party workers will submit their insurance money by their own.

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