Jeddah Navodaya said that the Government of Kerala has presented the 2021-22 Budget with a serious consideration for expatriates and congratulated the Finance Minister. For a long time, the government had sympathetically considered raising the required pension for expatriates in this budget. When this government came to power, the pension amount was only Rs.600 but in the first phase it was increased to Rs.2000. Now it has been increased to Rs.
Efforts will be made to make all expatriates part of the welfare fund with the help of expatriate organizations. Skill training for returning expatriates, `100 crore has been set apart for integrated expatriate employment schemes. Special arrangements will be made for expatriate rehabilitation schemes for returning expatriates.
Pravasi Chitti will be made more attractive and efficient. Navodaya President Shibu Thiruvananthapuram said that health insurance for expatriates and their families will be introduced under the Noorina scheme.
Loan schemes for expatriates who have already returned will be further streamlined. Pravasi Local Sangam will be organized in July. The Navodaya Central Committee assessed that the budget is Pravasi friendly.
As finance minister, Thomas Isaac presented the twelfth budget. There are many projects that have directly touched the lives of every individual in a way that changes the face of Kerala. Jodhpur Navodaya sees this budget as a people’s budget, said Navodaya Central Committee office bearers VK Rauf, Shibu Thiruvananthapuram and Sreekumar Mavelikkara.
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