Gehlot said - Will make Rajasthan number one state by 2030: Political message to opponents
Gehlot said - Will make Rajasthan number one state by 2030: Political message to opponents, Gehlot said - Rajasthan has become a model state
CM Ashok Gehlot has said that work is being done keeping in mind the goal of the prosperity of every family of the state by 2030 so that every Rajasthani can come in the front row of the country. Common people should contribute to making Rajasthan the number one state in the country by 2030. We have to call Rajasthan a November One State. Gehlot was speaking at the beneficiary festival on Thursday.
Gehlot said- Maximum awareness should be spread about the schemes of the state government so that no eligible person in the state is deprived of their benefits. Today the schemes of the state government have become the subject of discussion throughout the whole country. The innovations done in the state in public welfare are nowhere else. It is our responsibility to take their benefits to every needy. Just as people in the Corona Management went ahead and contributed to making the slogan of no one sleeps hungry, similarly, no one should be deprived of the benefits of the schemes.
Gehlot said- Positive changes are coming in society due to the schemes of the state government. Earlier, where Rajasthan had the image of a backward state, today Rajasthan has emerged as a model state with a fast-growing economy. Our goal is to make the public welfare schemes of the state government accessible to every eligible person.
Gehlot said- The state government is giving pensions to 1 crore people along with free education, water, electricity, ration, health insurance, investigation, medicines, and treatment. The benefits of schemes like new schools, colleges, roads, and cheap gas cylinders are being given. Rajasthan ranks second in the country with an economic growth rate of 11.04 percent. Both these achievements have become possible at the same time because of the public money being spent by the state government in the public interest. The number of employees working on 181 helplines has been increased from 200 to 1000 so that common people do not face any problems in taking advantage of the scheme. 19 new districts have been created in Rajasthan so that good governance can be given from small administrative units.
Gehlot has tried to give a message to the opponents politically by giving a vision of 2030. Gehlot has made it clear through this that he will remain politically active even after the next assembly elections. Gehlot has already given a statement of not retiring.
State Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara said that the state government is serving the poor considering them as Ganesha. The welfare schemes of the government should be widely publicized so that no one is deprived of their benefits. Chief Secretary Usha Sharma said that it should be the aim of all of us to take the benefits of the schemes of the state government to the last person. Every section is being benefited from the schemes of the state government.