On Wednesday, Chief minister Vasundhara Raje addressed the masses in Udaipur. She was happy to inform that Rajasthan has emerged as a front-runner in various fields, including but not limited to solar power, skill development and cashless transactions.
Informing the masses, Raje said, “I take pride to announce that we have completed 73% of the tasks we had undertaken as a mission when we started off three years ago. From laying new roads to connect villages to setting up senior secondary level schools at each gram panchayat, facilitating cashless transactions in hospitals up to Rs 3 lakh, free medicines, establishing rural malls, transforming ration shops to Annapurna Bhandars, updation of crop loss assessment to benefit farmers, Shramik cards to labourers, extending Rs 50,000 to families on birth of every girl child, the state government has been impartial, non discriminatory and fair with all classes and sections of society. The more the poor, larger had been the help given.”
The event was held to commemorate the successful completion of 3 years of the State Government, beautifully coined as “ 3YearsOfSuraaj”
Raje spelled out,
“We have overcome all the difficulties and challenges that stood before us in 2013. We were handed over an empty treasury, overburdened with a massive debt of Rs 2 lakh crore.”
“Rajasthan models be it Bamashah Yojana, Mukhyamantri Jal Swawlamban Abhiyaan (MJSA) or E-auction of minerals are being massively appreciated by the Centre and other states,” Raje highlighted.
Being confident about the work done by MJSA, Raje informed that our 295 water scarce black zones, 50 blocks have been replenished due to works done under MJSA.
Raje reiterated that the government will not only work ceaselessly in the direction of pending tasks, but also leave no stone unturned to introduce new plans and initiatives in nexus with the road and infrastructure plans to expedite progress and development.
The people’s Chief Minister, as she is usually called, also announced an addition of 500 blue line buses.
Reaffirming people’s confidence in the Government, Raje said, “But people had voted us to power and we reciprocated our promises by rendering a good standard of living and leading the state to the path of progress. Rajasthan has undergone a transformation to a great extent in past three years that the neighboring Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh have seen in 15 years.”
Rajasthan is as progressive as it is beautiful. Under the impeccable governance of Raje, Rajasthan is treading on a marvelous path of success in all realms of public welfare and development.
Rajasthan is all geared up to weave an unprecedented story of triumph and radical transformation in the history of Incredible India.