Development has been witnessed in the past 2.5years in Rajasthan under the leadership of Chief Minister of Rajasthan. Rajasthan has never been so transforming. With every passing day, Cm Raje is trying to leave no stone unturned in order to make the best of time and resources. Recently, Chief Minister Raje called for a cabinet meeting where important decisions were taken in the presence of officers of various departments, MPs and MLAs.
CM Raje has taken many initiatives for the state and the residents. No sector of the society be it education, farmers, employment, sports, industrialization or any other has been left by her. No state can really develop unless its citizens are developed. CM Raje has always kept the people of her state at the centre of her developmental plans. Her schemes, plans and initiatives like Nyaay Apke Dwar, MJSA, Bhamashah, Anapurna, Rajshri, Apka Zila Apki Sarkar, etc have made her the people’s CM and have connected her directly to the people of her state. People have shown immense trust and belief in her and she has always managed to keep it safe.
There were many such developmental important decisions were taken in the recent cabinet meeting. The two major decisions that became the highlight of the meeting were the complete disinvestment of Giral Lignite Power Ltd and the start of special campaign to resolve passage disputes from November 1 and a drive of Panchayat Camps from October 14. After the meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Shri Rajendra Rathore said, “In view of the success of Nyay Aapke Dwar (Justice at Your Doorstep) campaign by the Revenue Department and a long pending demand of farmers for resolution of passage disputes, the Cabinet decided to complete homework for the statewide in September-October and launch the crusade from November 1. This drive would continue till December 15. Also, about 11, 247 cases of passage dispute had been resolved during the Nyay Aapke Dwar campaign 2016.”
MJSA (Mukhyamantri Jal Swavalamban Abhiyan) has been a hit in the state and the completion of the frat phase of the program says out louder than the words. The second phase of the Abhiyan would commence from 12th November 2016 in 4,200 villages. Tree plantation would be an add-on to the project this year. The minister informed that GRAM (Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet) was highly discussed in the meeting. GRAM will be organized in Jaipur from November 9 to 11. More than 50000 farmers from around the country are expected to join the meet. Shri Rathore said, “Specialists and experts would give lectures to the farmers on modern and traditional techniques of agriculture. Arrangements were also being made for special trains from Barmer, Ganganagar and Udaipur to Jaipur and telecast of the event at Atal Seva Kendras across the state.”
Shri Rathore also informed that the another major decision that was taken at the cabinet meeting wad that the “cabinet has also decided to amend the Rajasthan TSP Area, Subordinate, Clerk Grade and Grade IV service rules and make provision for a committee of the Head of Department, District Collector and District-level officer of the department for selection during direct recruitment.”
Development is not about factories, dams, and roads. Development is about people. And it seems like CM Raje with her team Rajasthan is turning the tables around and is bringing light even in the darkest corners of the state with her far sightedness, plan, policies, initiatives and development projects.