Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Minister Shri Lalchand Kataria, Industries and Commerce Minister Smt. Shakuntala Rawat and Chairman of Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Shri Dharmendra Singh Rathod on Thursday in Bilali village of Bansur in Alwar district, more than half a dozen development costing about 7 crores. Inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of works.
The guests inaugurated the Government Primary Health Center in village Bilali at a cost of about Rs 1.75 crore, the newly constructed building of the State Veterinary Sub-Centre constructed with an amount of Rs 12 lakh. Similarly, the foundation stone of the Higher Secondary School building to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 1 crore 64 lakh was laid. He inaugurated the road from Bilali to Badagaon and from Gyanpura to Karana at a cost of Rs.1 crore 31 lakh. He also laid the foundation stone of the road from Bilal to Jaitpur and from Bilali to Karana School via Navalpura-Ratanpura, to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 2 crore 8 lakh.
The visiting ministers got the electricity power grid (GSS) approved in village Bilali, upgraded the state animal sub-centre to the state veterinary hospital and got its four walls and boring, to build a sports stadium in the village, to make PHC an ideal PHC, to get Patwar Mandal building constructed. Announced to upgrade Government Primary School, Navalpura, to construct Kisan Seva Kendra building and to construct asphalt non-pecheable road from Navalpura to Kharwa and to construct CC road in three common roads of village Bilali and said that all one by one on priority basis. Efforts will be made to complete the announcements in 6 months.
Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Minister Shri Lalchand Kataria said that special preference has been given to all sections by the State Government in its budget announcement. He said that with the objective of increasing the income of the farmers, for the first time in the country, any state government has presented a separate agriculture budget from the general budget, which has proved to be very beneficial for the agriculture sector. He said that due to the coordinated efforts of the State Government, Bhamashahs, farmers and the general public, there has been better management in the prevention of lumpy skin disease. He said that keeping in mind the interests of the cattle owners, veterinary centers are being opened at the state and local level. He said that the state government has increased the grant in registered cowsheds from 6 months to 9 months. He asked the general public to be aware and take advantage of the schemes of the state government. He directed the officers of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Department to organize special joint camps in Bilali and surrounding areas and not only inform the farmers about government schemes but also connect the eligible farmers with the schemes on the spot.
Industries Minister Smt. Shakuntala Rawat while addressing the general public said that during the tenure of the state government, many developmental works like roads, electricity, education, health, industry, employment have been implemented. He said that the work has been done by the Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot keeping in mind the interests of all sections. Describing about the flagship schemes run by the state government in the interest of the common man, including Chiranjeevi Yojana, he said that by joining the schemes, take the benefits. He said that the state government is encouraging industrial units to set up industries in various industrial areas of the district including Bhiwadi, Neemrana, Ghiloth, through Invest Summit, with the aim of promoting employment. He said that Chief Minister Shri Gehlot has decided to regularize more than one lakh contractual workers of the state, which shows his positive thinking. He apprised him in detail about the development works done in Bansur area.
Chairman of Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Shri Dharmendra Singh Rathod said that development work decides the face and position of any government. He said that the Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot has done the work of making all sections benefit from public welfare schemes without any discrimination. He said that under the Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme, cashless treatment to all the families of the state and on the lines of MNREGA, employment is being provided to unemployed youth of the cities through Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme. He said that with the aim of promoting tourism, restoration and renovation work of heritage monuments, heritage hotels, historical heritage is being done. He said that training of tourism guides is being given to provide employment to the general public in the field of tourism so that they can get employment at the local level. Describing about his life struggle, he said that he has reached this stage only through the rituals he got from his native village Bilali.
District head Shri Balbir Singh Chillar while announcing the development work of about one crore rupees through Panchayati Raj department in village Bilali, while talking about the schemes run in Panchayati Raj department and flagship schemes of the state government, said that education, medical Along with this, historical works and unprecedented plans are being conducted in every department.
When the minister suddenly came home, Balsakha became emotional
When Shri Dharmendra Singh Rathod, President of Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation reached the house of his Balsakha and classmate Bilali resident Shri Gyarsilal Gurjar with Minister Shri Lalchand Kataria and Smt. Shakuntala Rawat, his friend Shri Gyarsilal Gurjar became emotional. He said that I do farming.