9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: how to inroll

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Answer: Hi dear, This scheme is for pregnant and lactating women below the poverty line and not everyone. As in most of these households women are the breadwinners therefore this scheme has been put in place to help them financially so that they don't compromise on their health and nutrition. Its applicable to both working and non working women of bpl. For further details you can follow this link. http://pmjandhanyojana.co.in/apply-6000-pregnancy-scheme-modi-registration/
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