CM Raje’s first Jansunwai for Kota division was a successful event held at her Jaipur residence on Friday. It proved to be a benison for candidates who had cleared the Rajasthan Administrative Services (RAS) exams in 2013 but are still awaiting postings.
CM Raje did the needful
In the wake of distress spells by RAS candidates, CM Raje directed the officials of Department of Personnel (DoP) to issue them appointment letters. The officials informed that papers relating to their recruitment were ready and will be handed over to them by next week.
Residents of various divisions across Kota, Bundi, Jhalawar and Baran flocked to the Jansunwai region to narrate their grievances to CM Raje, who resolved their issues in a jiffy without any second thought.
“You not only listen to their grievances with patience but also dispose of them immediately,” said Raje to the officials who were present at the hearing.
All cases heard and resolved effectively
Parents of Shubham Dixit had attended the Jansunwai. Dixit allegedly committed suicide in 2015 by hanging from a ceiling fan in a hostel room, the owner of which has been accused of provoking suicide. The parents’ plea was not heard by police and other officials. Citing this reason, Dixit’s mother handed over the application to CM Raje, who decided to hold a public hearing at divisional headquarters level.
Under the BJP-rule, Rajasthan has been gifted a new lease of life. From robust infrastructure development to strengthening water conservation techniques, the desert state has trodden on a progressive route towards becoming No.1 in the country.
Progressive Steps in Rajasthan
Over 12 crore rupees have been allocated towards a myriad of water projects. More impressively is the fact that a total of 15 km road is being built daily. Not only this, 773 houses are being constructed daily. This is really Suraaj!
A host of other Jan-Sunwayi sessions will be held for various other venues in future.