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State government committed for all round upliftment of tribals: Gehlot
Banswara: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, on Tuesday, inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of various works worth Rs 399 crore at Mangarh and Sangdungri in Banswara on the occasion of World Tribal Day. Congratulating the people on World Tribal Day, he said that this day provides us an opportunity to contemplate and contemplate to solve the difficulties and problems of the tribals. Keeping in mind its importance, the state government has declared this day as a public holiday, he said.
Addressing the function organised at Mangarh Dham, the historical pilgrimage of tribals, Gehlot said that the State government is making continuous efforts for the all-round upliftment of the tribals. The CM paid floral tributes at the Mangarh Martyrs’ Memorial. The CM laid the foundation stone of various works worth Rs.291.77 crore in Mangarh. “The government is working continuously for development of Mangarh Dham.” In the function, Congress state-incharge Ajay Maken said that tribals have played an important role in the independence of the country. Rajasthan government is doing unprecedented work for the upliftment of tribals, he said. PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra said that state government has always been committed for the development of the poor and needy.
Tribal Area Development Minister Arjun Singh Bamnia expressed his gratitude to CM for celebrating World Tribal Day at Mangarh Dham and called upon the tribals to take advantage of the schemes being run by the government.