The Central Government has sought more time to work out what would be the format regarding relief from the PM Cares Fund to the children orphaned due to Kovid. Supreme Court It was told by the Central Government that how the children should be given relief from the PM Care Fund, talks are going on on its modalities.
The Supreme Court has given time to the central government to tell how it will be implemented. On June 1, the Supreme Court had asked to present a
During this, the nodal officer should identify the orphan children, look after the care protection of the children and apprise the court advisor about the difficulties faced in implementing the scheme of the central government. for the rehabilitation of the children. Earlier, the NCPCR report was presented before the bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao and it was told that 9 thousand children have been orphaned due to Kovid.
Additional Solicitor General KM Natraj, appearing for NCPCR, said that there is a problem in West Bengal and Delhi as the data of such children is not being put on the Bal Swaraj portal. At the same time, the counsel for the Delhi government said that their data is provided by child welfare committees. Whereas DM data is provided by other states where the data is put on the portal.