International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part C (2020)
Role of direct benefit transfer in curbing of pilferage
As a comprehensive socio-economic protection package, DBT will certainly fulfill the living expectation of the government and people specially the deprived and hapless through ‘Aap Ka Paisa Aap Ke Haath’. We hope more schemes shall be covered under DBT and the whole country and its people will get the benefits directly without any delay or deficiencies. However, just creation of system, structure and institutions for better economic development by providing autonomy through decentralization and participatory management of various schemes is not enough rather to create a sustainable people-centered environment in which the various segments of the society can exercise their voice and choice and will get the benefits from the schemes. The beneficiaries should understand and enjoy their rights and can get involved in the decision making process for better inclusiveness, In fact, democracy loses its shine if the poorer and the deprived masses of a country are not able to share the progress and prosperity generated by that country, which is visible in various sectors. Hence; deliberate effort has to be made by the government in various quarters of planning for the betterment of deprived and hapless segments of the society. In this regards, DBT is a welcome step in creating enabling environment where people would enjoy long, healthy and creative lives. This paper is a modest attempt to study the role of Direct Benefit Transfer.
How to cite this article:
Randhir Kumar. Role of direct benefit transfer in curbing of pilferage. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(3):158-162.