“Work hard or go home,” CM Raje gives an Ultimatum to Babus ahead of 2018 State Assembly Elections


In the run up to upcoming 2018 Rajasthan assembly elections, the two prominent leaders of Rajasthan are gearing up for the big day. While incumbent chief minister Raje is adopting progressive methods towards state development exactly what she has done for the past 4 years, Ashok Gehlot has flown to Gujarat post observing meagre chances  of winning the 2018 elections.

With nearly 18 months remaining in 2018 state assembly elections, Raje has reiterated her conviction to prioritize public grievances. Not only this, CM Raje has given an ultimatum to Babus to improve their performance.

Boost Annapurna Rasois

CM raje also gave huge impetus to Anapurna Rasois, a beneficial scheme to provide food to poor at highly subsidised rates, Raje announced to launch it across the state. She directed to draft a plan to provide food at subside rate in all the hospitals situated in the urban local bodies of the state.

Cleanliness on top priority

Cleanliness in state has always been the top most priority of SM Raje. CM Raje directed mayor to ensure proper sanitation facilities in the city. She said that if incapable, they may lose out in the upcoming elections.

Shehari Jan Kalyan Shivir to redefine labour dignity

Shehari Jan Kalyan Shivir which will commence on May 10 will be seen as an important event for many land-deprived farmers. Patta will be allotted to farmers who for them to ensure that they live a respectful life. She further directed the officials and public representatives to issue lease deeds to zillions of land owners. This will ensure that farmers lead a dignified life.

Patta Scheme

Plots purchased through unregistered documents in colonies before December 31, 2015 will be regularised at normal rates, whereas people who bought plots after December 31, 2015 will have to pay stamp duty regularisation charges. Moreover, the colonies developed on government land till August 15, 2009 will be regularised at the camp. However, plots built over a span of 300 square yards in colonies will not be regularized.