CM holds VC with Rajasthanis from fifty nations across world Migrants laud state government’s efforts, offer help for jobs, education and village development
Jaipur: “Twenty years back Rajasthan Foundation was constituted so that the state government can share a strong bond with migrants Rajasthanis. It is the commitment and continuous effort of Rajasthan Government that Rajasthanis living in different nations across the globe stay connected with their roots in Rajasthan,” Chief Minister Ashok gehlot said on Saturday while holding a video conference with migrant Rajasthani.
Stressing that Rajasthani language has a major role in bringing people from Rajasthan together in in foreign land, Gehlot assured that the state government is committed to develop the language and get it recognised.
Talking to members of the community from over fifty countries, Gehlot said that global crisis has come in the past too but the Corona pandemic has shocked the world. “Rajasthanis living in nations across the world have helped the state and nation, a lot.
For this all of them are to be lauded,” Gehlot said, assuring the people that any relative of theirs living in Rajasthan will be provided instant help amid Corona crisis if informed at any level.
Informing about the steps taken by state and union government to fight Corona, Gehlot said, “better work has been done in India as compared to other nations. That is why the situation is under control in the country.
As compared to other states, Rajasthan took several steps within time as a result the infection rate here is less and recovery percent is more.”
The migrants Rajasthanis lauded the state government’s efforts and offerred more help for the citizens through state government.
They offerred to provide financial help to stranded labourers, training for better opportunities in foreign nations and development of education and villages in Rajasthan.
Several migrant entrepreneurs also gave suggestions to bring the economy on track after lockdown is removed.