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Assam govt recruits 248 differently-abled persons

Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Saturday recruited 248 differently-abled persons in Grade III posts in state government departments. Sonowal handed over the appointment letters to the newly-recruited staffers at a programme organised by the state Social Welfare Department here. Speaking on the occasion, the chief minister said the differently-abled persons are an integral part of the society and the state government is committed to their well-being. He hoped the newly-appointed employees would work with sincerity and give their best. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed all the state governments to take special measures for the welfare of the divyangjans (differently-abled persons). The Assam government has launched Deendayal Divyang Sahajya Scheme under which 1.51 lakh differently-abled persons were provided with Rs 5000 one-time financial assistance last year, Sonowal said. The chief minister said at present, differently-abled persons in the state are

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