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Announcing the opening of a college in Nagaur’s Chhoti Khatu, the Chief Minister said- our plans are permanent, not election oriented


Jaipur; Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that there is a wave of happiness in the state after the announcement of creation of 19 new districts including Didwana-Kuchman of Nagaur. This will lead to administrative decentralization and our dream of development of Rajasthan will come true. Increasing administrative units will reduce confusion. Completion of the work within the time frame will lead to better management of the development of the district. He said that the aim of our government is to make Rajasthan the leading state of the country by the year 2030.

Gehlot was addressing the inauguration and foundation stone ceremony of Monghwari Relief Camp, Kisan Sammelan and various development works at Maulasar in Nagaur on Sunday. He said that the state government has implemented public welfare schemes only after careful study. The common man will get relief from Chief Minister Guarantee Card obtained by registering 10 schemes in inflation relief camps. These schemes of the state government are not election related. Every plan is permanent. The Chief Minister said that the first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru lit the lamp of Panchayati Raj system from Nagaur on 2nd October, 1959. The work of strengthening it was done by the farmers here. That is why Nagaur district is the leader of farmers. He said that the farmer-friendly state government waived off the loans of 22 lakh farmers as soon as it came to power. Several schemes for overall development were implemented by introducing a separate agriculture budget. Now they will get 2000 units of free electricity every month, which will provide financial support. Gehlot said that when the central government can waive crores of rupees of industrialists, why not farmers.

Gehlot said that the right to health was implemented through legislation to realize the concept of a healthy Rajasthan. Under the Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme, provision of free treatment, free check-up and medicines worth Rs 25 lakh has been made. It is our responsibility to take care of the health of the people of the state. Gehlot said that former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi gave reservation to women in elections, due to which they got representation. The state government is also taking steps in that direction. Mobiles will be distributed to women with 3 years of internet service from Raksha Bandhan, through which they can also avail the schemes. Now the minimum pension under social security is Rs. 1000 has been done. The central government should also implement a uniform social security law across the country.

The Chief Minister said that a revolutionary decision has been taken to implement the old pension scheme from a humanitarian point of view. Central government should restart OPS across the country like in Rajasthan. On reaching Maulasar, Gehlot inspected the inflation relief camp. He inquired about the schemes from the beneficiaries. Mohni Devi, an elderly beneficiary, said that if the policy is clear, everything is clear. Thank you so much. you are my father On that Gehlot said I am your son. A beneficiary said that the reduction in electricity bill would bring relief. After this, Gehlot, while giving away the inflation relief Chief Minister’s Guarantee Card, called on the beneficiaries to take advantage of other schemes and also make others aware. met the students. He presented the checks of Chief Minister Kanyadaan Yojana. Chief Minister’s staff thanked OPS and heroines for various schemes.

The ceremony was addressed by Rajasthan Agro Industries Development Board Chairman Rameshwar Dudi, former Minister of State for Education and MLA Govind Singh Dotasara, MLA Chetan Dudi, former Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa. Minister of State for Home Rajendrasinh Yadav, Deputy Chief Constable Mahendra Chaudhary, Rohit Bohra, Chairman of Didwana Municipality Nandkishore Holani, Divisional Commissioner Chauthiram Meena, Inspector General of Police Rupinder Singh, District Collector Piyush Samaria, Superintendent of Police Rammurthy Joshi etc. were present on this occasion. Other public representatives, officials and common people were also present. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Rs. 31 development works worth 153.17 crores were launched and foundation stones were laid.