Goa: Banks to Sell ‘Ladli Laxmi’ Forms

Panaji, Aug 29 (IBNS): The forms for Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s pet project ‘Ladli Laxmi’ is set to become more accessible as three banks - State Bank of India, Bank of India and HDFC - have been roped-in for distributing the forms from September 1 onwards.

The forms will be sold at various branches of the three banks within the state.

The scheme – BJP’s election promise – was launched last month to prevent female foeticide. 

Under the scheme, girls between 18 and 40 years of age, whose marriage has been legally registered with retrospective from April 1, 2012 onwards will be given Rs 1 lakh for marriage expenses.

Similarly, another touted scheme for the housewives will be implemented from October onwards. Parrikar had promised during the campaign in the recently held general assembly elections that housewives will be paid a stipend of Rs 1,000 per month.

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  • dsouza zenet, vasco

    Thu, Sep 20 2012

    when is the last date to collect the forms and from whom to collect the forms from bank.

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  • Juwelia Savia Fernandes, Margao

    Fri, Sep 7 2012

    kindly let me know when the next slot of forms are out.
    Cheers to goa govt.
    Thanks a lot!!

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  • constancio barreto, canacona sadolxem

    Sun, Sep 2 2012

    how can i collect the forms from banks what are the requirements can i get the form for my daughter or she herself has to collect this form from bank if so what are the timings and which are the banks in canaconaand how much te forms will costafter getting the forms and filling where do i deposit the forms the same bank itself or some other place please can i get some advice regarding subject matter thankyou

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