Rajasthan’s Chief Minister Smt. Vasundhara Raje is doing the regular inspection and reviewing all the development work she is doing for the welfare of people. She is not only planning different schemes for the people of Rajasthan but is also reviewing the implementation and working of the schemes so that efforts could turn into results. Vasundhara Raje, along with her dedicated team of professionals is touring the entire state time-to-time, to make sure that the schemes are implemented properly and people get benefitted through them.
Under the same scheme plan, she visited the Dungarpur district of Rajasthan on Sunday afternoon to scan the working of various Government projects in the region. Her main focus was to inspect the functioning of “Aapka Zila, Aapki Sarkar” Program. The development and welfare of the people are the main motives of Vasundhara Raje and thus, she made a surprise visit to the ‘Manatfala village’ of Devalkhas area. She also surveyed the sights which were selected for water harvesting projects under the “Mukhyamantri Jal Swaylamban Abhiyaan (MJSA)” and discussed its progress with the concerned officials and villagers. She paid a visit to “Drorn” which is situated right in the middle of mountain valleys to observe the water harvesting structures and their working. The visit was scheduled a day after, i.e. on Monday but she made a sudden inspection to know and catch the ground reality of the area and degree of implementation of Government schemes. Her surprise visit left the officials and villagers stunned and kept everybody on toes for the entire day during the inspection.
For the whole day, Raje was taking the feedback from the villagers and local administrative officers who are connected to the ground zero implementation and working of the MJSA projects. Her visit to the nine water bodies which were created at the Drorn area to stop water from flowing down from the hills to the valley also went well.
CM appreciated and adorned the work done in the region by saying “Very Nice! Good Work Team” to the locals. All the 9 water harvesting bodies were filled with rain water and CM was happy to see that her MJSA campaign is very fruitful and beneficial for the local people.
Raje closely asked and inspected about the 30 hectares area in which 8 water structures were constructed by the Water Conservation Department along with 1 water structure and 3 trench construction by the Gram Panchayat by the way of maps.
MJSA- A Successful Campaign
CM Vasundhara Raje wholeheartedly appreciated and acknowledged the progress in the work done under the MJSA program. She discussed with the officials about the operation of the project and was very happy to notify that the work under this project is commendable. Rajasthan has witnessed a total of 92,000 water harvesting constructions, which is remarkable. Also, the sudden heavy rainfall in the past few days in regions like Karoli, Sawai Madhopur, etc. had destructed only 147 water structures.
Water Conservation and Tree Plantation is very crucial
Raje expressed her opinion about the whole campaign and said that water conservation and tree plantation is very important for everyone. It is the basic need of the hour. She cross-questioned the villagers asking that whether these water harvesting structures are helpful to them or not? All the villagers and locals then responded positively and expressed that this construction has increased the water level of the place and tree plantation has brought greenery. They said that all the hard work and efforts of locals and officials will yield them a lot of benefits in the future.
Plantation of Mahua and Teak trees on the mountains
When asked about the plantation, the Deputy forests Conservator, Dr. S Sarath Babu has clarified that 740 trees are being planted in the area. Raje then directed him to plant a large number of Mahua and Teak tree to make the forest dense over the mountains.
Plantation of Teak sapling
When insisted by the locals and officials, Vasundhara Raje also planted a Teak sapling near a water harvesting construction and asked the officials to water and care for the whole plantation in the region along with that sapling.
Visit to Gopsagar Lake
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje was very touched by the beauty of Gopsagar Lake. It left Raje mesmerized with its charm, which she visited after the Manatfala village. The officials informed CM that the lake is recently been renovated and rejuvenated for transforming it into a beautiful tourist destination. She appreciated the work of City Council and said that she had not noticed such cleanliness at any other region before. She also directed her team to remove the power lines nearby the lake and instructed them to lay them underground.
Previous to this, the Dungarpur district boundary in charge, Mr. Otaram Devasi welcomed the Chief Minister and MP Shri Harshvardhan Singh Rathore. The welcome was also joined by MLA Devendra Katara, Sushil Katara, Gopichand Meena, Anita Katara, and District Chief Madhavlal Varhat along with Divisional Commissioner Bhawani Singh Detha, IG Anand Shrivastava, District Collector Surendra Kumar Solanki and District Superintendent of Police Dr. Rajiv Pachar. It is to be noted that bad weather conditions had stopped Raje’s chopper and thus she was not being able to attend the oath ceremony of Vijay Rupani as the new Chief Minister of Gujarat.