As a conservative estimate, roughly 60 beggars have been provided with jobs by the Rajasthan state government under a scheme through 'vocational training for life with dignity' in Jaipur.
Those sixty beggars from different areas underwent a one-year program under ‘vocational training for life with dignity' which was introduced by Rajasthan Skill and Livelihoods Development Corporation (RSLDC).
While speaking to ANI, the Director of Rajasthan Skill and Livelihoods Development Corporation, Neeraj K Pawan said that to free the state from beggars and to provide them with a new life was a dream of the Rajasthan's Chief Minister .
He said that beggars from different areas were provided one-year training.
He added, "Our target was 100 beggars, out of which training of 60 has been done rest are in process."
He also added that at the beginning of thier training it took roughly 15-20 days to prepare them psychologically and to motivate them to learn something to earn.
The Director of Red peppers restaurant, Rajiv Kampani said that at first, it was difficult to train them but after some time they got settled.
Red peppers director said that they have trained 12 people here and they all are happy.
He also added, "In future we will be happy to have more such employees in our restaurant."
One of a restaurant employee named Mukesh Kumar said ANI that he is very happy now as he has a job now. He also said, "We were given proper training and then we also got a job.