THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A three-member committee will be set up at the state-level to scrutinise the identification documents for those are coming from other States, said Social Justice Minister M K Muneer.
The committee that will be functioning at the bottom level also will be made a permanent system. Child trafficking under the guise of orphanages will be prevented by making identification documents mandatory for those coming from outside the State.The type of identification documents will be decided in discussion with the Home Dept, the minister told a press meet here. The minister announced a plethora of projects that are planned to be implemented under ‘Mission 676’ in the Depts of Social Justice and Local Self-Govt. A pension scheme of Rs 1000 per month for haemophilia patients and those who had undergone kidney or heart transplant is being planned.
Other schemes planned are a study on teenagers in Attappadi, starting more centres under ‘Nirbhaya’, scheme for destitute women, renovation of the housing complex in T’Puram for disabled women, setting up of night shelter at Kozhikode, extension of ‘Vayomithram, a project for senior citizens, to all municipalities, special scheme for HIV- affected children. A survey of persons with disabilities and transgenders will be conducted. Identity cards for all the disabled people, rubella vaccination for students of Standard X XI, setting up of National University for Disabilities and Rehabilitation, children’s home for girls at Thrissur, self-defence coaching for teenage girls are the schemes to be launched by Social Justice Dept.
The Local Self-Govt Dept will promote vegetable cultivation on terrace through the Kudumbashree Mission. Model hygiene villages in 32 grama panchayats, launching of m-Governance in all local bodies, setting up of community colleges in association with Tata Institute Of Social Sciences, model gas crematoriums in five panchayats are among the schemes mooted by the department.