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Sri Ganganagar: CM Ashok Gehlot while addressing the beneficiaries at the ‘Inflation Relief Camp’ at Ganeshgarh in Sriganganagar on Thursday, promised that there would be no shortage of resources to run the public welfare schemes and protect the common man against inflation.
“Along with this, free treatment of Rs 25 lakh in Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme for Nirogi Rajasthan, accident insurance of Rs 10 lakh, additional employment for 25 days under the CM’s Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and additional employment for 100 days for Kathodi, Sahariya and specially- abled people, along with 125 days of employment under the Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme, the common man will get strength. Under the Chief Minister’s Free Annapurna Food Packet Scheme, the beneficiaries who come under the ambit of national food security will get free Annapurna food packets every month. The registration of all eligible persons at the relief camps would continue,” he said. The CM also interacted with the beneficiaries.
PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra said that about 92 percent budget announcements have been completed by the state government. “Rajasthan is leading in providing relief to the common man,” he said.