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Jaipur: CM Gehlot while addressing thousands of people at the mega event said, “State Government is committed to provide facilities to the common man in all areas. Along with education, medicine, electricity, water, irrigation, roads, urban development and sports development, many public welfare decisions like pension to all the weaker sections of the society, OPS for the working class were taken.” Gehlot said that drinking water would be available to 185 villages and 198 dhanis of Hindoli and 101 villages and 89 dhanis in Nainwan town from HindoliNainwan Chambal drinking water project. wherein, 7 clean reservoirs and pump houses, 70 high reservoirs, about 575 km of clean water pipeline, about 742 km of main distribution pipeline will be laid & more than 82,000 domestic connections will be given.

State needs ERCP
The Chief Minister said that ERCP is very important for irrigation and drinking water supply in 13 districts of the state. “We have been demanding for a long time to declare it a project of national importance, on which the Centre hasn’t yet taken any positive decision.

Compassionate appointment to kin of Kedarnath tragedy
Gehlot said that in order to support the families of the residents of Rajasthan who lost their lives and went permanently missing in the Kedarnath tragedy of 2013, a compassionate appointment was announced and some people had been appointed, but the government was changed. “After the government changed, the appointments were cancelled. The eligible families of the victims of Kedarnath tragedy would be given compassionate appointment again,” he said.

Two years relaxation in age limit for candidates
The CM said that due to Covid-19, competitive exams couldn’t be conducted on time for two years. “Thus, such candidates will be given a relaxation of two years in the upper age limit in upcoming competitive exams. Youth and students are in ‘focus’ of various schemes of government. The next State Budget will also be dedicated to them.”

Rural Olympic Games will start from August 29
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that the Rural Olympic Games will start from August 29, 2022, wherein, about 29 lakh players from various villages will participate. In this mega event, the sports talents of the villages will get a chance to play and they will also get new opportunities to make their future in the sports world.

State govt devoted to the constitution: Dr CP Joshi
Assembly Speaker Dr CP Joshi said “Today, the foundation stone of development works done during this function reflects this fact. State Government is committed for allround development of Raj with constitutional obligations. Resolving public problems is an integral part of parliamentary democracy and the state government is dedicated to it,” he said.

Project is a relief to people: Dr Joshi
PHED Minister Dr Mahesh Joshi said that the Chambal drinking water project has ensured a permanent solution to the drinking water problem in HindoliNainwan region. Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena said that every poor is getting free health services due to Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme. PWD Minister Bhajan Lal Jatav said that State Government is doing unprecedented work in several fields.

Area will change due to development works: Chandna
Minister Ashok Chandna said, “People had to travel far & wide to fetch water, but now the water of Chambal river will reach their homes. It will provide a permanent solution to area’s drinking water problem and also enhance region’s development.”

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