Review meeting of implementation of flagship schemes in 11 districts—Add more and more families to Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme—: Chief Secretary
Chief Secretary Mrs. Usha Sharma said that Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme is an ambitious scheme related to the health of the people, so there is a need to connect more and more families with this scheme. She said that the public welfare schemes of the government should be made more accessible to the common people Should get more benefits. He directed the concerned officers to remove the obstacles coming in the implementation of the schemes.
Smt. Usha was presiding over the review meeting of the schemes of the state government with the in-charge secretaries and district collectors of 11 districts here on Wednesday. In the meeting, Shri Alok Gupta, Principal Secretary, Administrative Reforms and Coordination Department was also present. Secretaries and district collectors in charge of 11 districts of the state namely Nagaur, Dhaulpur, Karauli, Sawai Madhopur, Sriganganagar, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Jalore, Sirohi, Dungarpur and Rajsamand joined the meeting through video conferencing. In the meeting, the progress of major schemes of the state government such as Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme, Indira Rasoi Yojana, Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme, Mahatma Gandhi English Medium School, Indira Gandhi Urban Credit Card Scheme, Udaan Yojana and war campaign for clean etc. taken.
The Chief Secretary directed to speed up the process of opening Mahatma Gandhi schools, blacklisting kitchen operators with irregularities in Indira Rasoi Yojana, increasing enrollment in Chiranjeevi Yojana, disposal of pending applications of people suffering from silicosis on priority and smooth functioning of far-flung schools. Instructed to deliver Mid Day Meal properly.
The Chief Secretary appreciated the work done to get rid of anemia in Karauli district and the initiative to install sanitary pad machines in Jalore district under Udaan scheme. In the meeting, the concerned secretaries in charge of 11 districts informed about the issues faced during their visits to their districts, as well as the district collectors informed about the progress of the state government schemes in their respective districts and the difficulties being faced in their implementation.