196 Ladli Laxmis of the state will leave for Wagah border

On the initiative of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, 196 Ladli Laxmis of the state will be taken on a tour to the International Border Wagah-Husainiwala (Punjab) on Monday under ‘Maa Tujhe Pranam’ Yojana. For the first time in this scheme started in the state from the year 2013, Ladli Laxmis of the state will be visiting the Wagah border. Chouhan will flag off Ladli Laxmi’s team from Ravindra Bhavan at 1 pm.

The Ladli Laxmis going to Wagah border include 20 from Bhopal division, 31 from Indore division, 15 from Gwalior, 26 from Ujjain, 11 from Narmadapuram, 15 from Shahdol, 12 from Rewa, 9 from Chambal, 26 from Sagar and 31 from Jabalpur division.

So far, about 12,672 youths have been taken on a trip to Leh-Ladakh, Kargil-Drass, RS Pura, Wagah-Husainiwala, Tanot Mata ka Mandir, Logenwal, Kochi, Bikaner, Badmer, Nathuram-Darra, Petrapole, Tura, Jaigaon, Andaman and Nicobar and Kanya Kumari. Under this scheme of the Sports and Youth Welfare Department, selected girls are provided home travel fare, daily allowance, accommodation, food, local transport system, rail reservation system, track suits, T-shirts and kit bags.