TG community expresses its gratitude to CM for giving 50 per cent exemption in driving training fee

TG community  expresses its gratitude to CM for giving 50 per cent exemption in driving training fee

Raipur: Chhattisgarh Mitwa Sankalp Samiti has expressed its gratitude to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel for his announcement of 50 per cent exemption in training fee for women and transgender community made on the auspicious occasion of the inauguration of the newly built building of the Institute of Driving and Traffic Research (IDTR) in Tendua village adjoining Nava Raipur.

The Samiti has sent a letter to chief minister for expressing gratitude in which they said that this announcement of chief minister has inspired the transgender community to acquire certain skills. As a result of this announcement, an environment for inclusive development, as well as employment opportunities, will also be created for the people of the transgender community. The committee has expressed its gratitude to the government for continuously taking steps for the upliftment of the transgender community. The committee has also thanked the transport minister Mohammad Akbar, for giving training opportunities to the transgender community in the driving institute and for announcing special exemption in the prescribed fee.

Meanwhile, the chief minister has announced 50 per cent relaxation for women and transgender in the prescribed fees for training in IDTR and free training for the disabled in the inauguration ceremony of the Institute of Driving and Traffic Research (IDTR).