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Will continue to serve the public till my last breath, says Gehlot

Beawar/Dudu: CM Ashok Gehlot reached, the newly formed Beawar district for the first time to participate in the inauguration of Rajiv Gandhi District Level Urban-Rural Olympic Sports Competition organised in SD College campus.

“Despite the defeat in some phase, the will to work did not diminish. Despite being in Opposition, we have worked for the common man. After becoming CM thrice, I am offering the benefit of experience I have gained while serving you all and will continue to serve the people till my last breath,” he said.

After this, he came down from the stage and inaugurated the Girls Kabaddi competition by blowing the whistle.
CM Gehlot while addressing the opening ceremony of district level competitions under Rajiv Gandhi Olympic Games in Govt Higher Secondary School of the newly created district Dudu on Friday, said that our decisions are being discussed in the whole country. During this, the CM observed the competitions organized under the Olympic Games. Gehlot visited the stall of Indira Gandhi Smartphone Yojana set up at the program venue, talked to the beneficiaries of the scheme and distributed mobile phones to them. The beneficiaries thanked the Chief Minister for the scheme.

Minister of Sports Ashok Chandna said that more than 58.50 lakh people of all age groups are participating in the Rajiv Gandhi Olympic Games, of which about 24.50 lakh are women. PCC Chief GS Dotasra said that organising these games is historic and unique in the entire world. Dudu MLA Babulal Nagar thanked CMfor making Dudu a district, which will facilitate region’s development.

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