CM Ashok Gehlot releases a video outlining his vision for making Rajasthan the best state by 2030 as Sachin Pilot continues his fast
The rising inflation, according to the chief minister, is preventing Rajasthan from progressing, and the state government’s programs are intended to help the citizens.
Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, unveiled a video in which he outlined his plan to elevate the state to the top by 2030 as senior Congressman Sachin Pilot started his daylong fast against the party-led administration.
“I’ve made the decision that I must make Rajasthan the best state it can be by the year 2030. The last four budgets, as well as this year’s ‘Bachat, Rahat, and Badhat’ budget, contain initiatives no other state has created to realize this dream,” According to the video, the chief minister said.
Pilot, a former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan, started his daylong fast at the Shaheed Smarak here on Tuesday despite receiving a warning from the Congress. The pilot is urging initiative in cases of allegedly corrupt officials connected to the state’s former Vasundhara Raje-led BJP administration and is soliciting that all those accountable be identified and punished.
Earlier, according to a shocking late-night statement from AICC’s Rajasthan in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, “Sachin Pilot’s planned one-day fast is against party interests and is (an) anti-party activity. The party forums are a good place to bring up concerns about his government rather than the media or the public.”
Pilot didn’t answer straight away. Gehlot has also stayed silent regarding the most recent argument that included his erstwhile deputy. The declaration from Monday evening serves as a warning to any supporters of Pilot who might have intended to join his demonstration.
Gehlot discussed several government initiatives in his video, including the Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme, discounted LPG cylinders, and accident insurance of Rs. 10 lacks, among others.
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According to the chief minister, rising inflation is preventing Rajasthan from progressing, and the state government’s programs are intended to give the masses relief.
To make “Mission 2030” successful, he claimed that a lot of work needs to be done.
“This year’s “Bachat, Rahat, and Badhat” Budget signaled the start of the goal. I am making the next move right now. To ensure that everyone can take advantage of the state government’s programs, tens of thousands of inflation relief camps will be set up starting on April 24 throughout the entire state,” Gehlot remarked.
People should register at the camps to take advantage of the programs, he pleaded with them.
Since 2020, when Gehlot’s former deputy Pilot rebelled against Gehlot’s leadership, the two have been at odds. The crisis lasted for a month but was resolved after the party leadership promised to look into the problems.