Guwahati News desk: The Madhya Pradesh government to make it’s business capital Indore a ‘beggar-free’ city, with an initiative to ensure the rehabilitation of beggars and how people can contribute to the cause.
Indore District Magistrate Manish Singh on Tuesday held a meeting with officers for the rehabilitation of homeless people and beggars living in the city under the Beggars Rehabilitation Programme.
During the meeting, the District Magistrate said that a Beggar Rehabilitation Centre will be set up to make Indore a “beggar-free” city and proper arrangements will be made there for the persons involved in begging. The facilities will include health check-up, food, clothes, etc.
He further said that the efforts are aimed at rescuing the beggars from the begging rackets,
The District Magistrate also sought suggestions from the NGOs to make this campaign successful.