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Jaipur: The Gehlot cabinet on Wednesday approved the Rajasthan Control of Organized Crime Bill, 2023 and it will not be placed in the Assembly for making a law. The law will include strict provisions for taking action against organised criminals operating from the state and outside the state. The Advocates’ Protection Bill was also discussed in the cabinet meeting and CM Ashok Gehlot will take a decision on this soon. A group of advocates also met the CM on Wednesday in this regard.
After the cabinet meeting, Cabinet Ministers Pratap Singh Khachariyawas and Mamta Bhupesh shared the information about decisions with the media. They said that the approval was given to the Climate Change Policy to facilitate systematic development and management of forests in the State.
The Rajasthan E-Waste Management Policy was also approved to reduce, reuse and recycle e-waste in the state.
Along with this, a decision has also been taken to allot free land at the birthplace of the martyrs. Amendment in the rules of many services has been approved in the meeting.
Along with this, some bills to be brought during the Budget session have also been approved. Khachariyawas informed that the cabinet has approved the Rajiv Gandhi Fintech Institute Jodhpur Bill. This will increase the chances of startup and fintech industry to grow. He informed that along with this the proposal for new amendment in Animal Husbandry Subordinate Services Rules 1977, Rajasthan Fisheries State and Subordinate Services Rules 2012 has been approved. Amendment in the Rajasthan Subordinate Services Rules, creation of new posts, change in designation and qualification was also approved in the meeting.
Direct recruitment of tourist and assistant tourist officer will now be possible in the state. The cabinet has approved the proposal of Gandhi Institute of Governance and Social Sciences Bill 2023.
The Cabinet has decided to take action against the municipality member for the disqualifications before the election with approval for amendment in Section 39 of Rajasthan Municipal Act, 2009 has been approved.