National Girl Child Day: The story of Kiran who is raising her family by driving a tractor in the fields. The story of Kiran raising her family by driving a tractor in the fields

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She further says that in the beginning people used to talk, now their words do not even matter. We will get food only when we work. My sister got married two years back. In that too, the money that is received from the government has not been received. I got my sister Rinki married by taking a loan.

From the words of Kiran and her mother, we came to know that this family is not getting the benefits of the schemes being run by the government. Such as Chief Minister Marriage Scheme, Prime Minister Housing Scheme, Prime Minister Garib Kalyan, Food Scheme, Ration Card, Ayushman Card, Toilet etc.

When The Quint Hindi spoke to Bhagwandas, the village head of Dariyavganj about this, he told that we will look into it and try to get maximum benefits of government schemes to this family.

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