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CM meets various delegations at CMR

Jaipur: A delegation of the Jaipur Development Authority Officers’ Council and the Jaipur Development Authority Employees’ Union met Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday and expressed gratitude for the decisions taken in the interests of officers and employees.

Addressing the delegation at CMR, Gehlot said that it is State govt’s responsibility to protect the social security and health of every family in Raj. “Rajasthan is the first state in the country to make the right to health. In this sequence, many public welfare schemes including Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Scheme, Social Security Pension are being run. These decisions have given a sense of security to the employees regarding their future,” he said.

"No shortage is being kept for the all-round development of the state. Peace, harmony and brotherhood are the basis of development, therefore the state government is making constant efforts to maintain communal harmony and unity in the state," CM said while addressing a delegation from Ramgarh assembly constituency at CMR.

The members thanked CM for increasing the budget of Mewat Regional Development Board from Rs 25 crore to Rs 40 crore, upgrading Mewat Residential Girls School to Senior Secondary and public welfare announcements made for the development of Mewat region.

CM announced the opening of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Residential School in Municipality Sikri. He met delegation from Bharatpur’s city area & thanked CM for welfare schemes. MLA Wajib Ali, local public representatives and a large number of common people were present.

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