CM Ashok Gehlot announced a video contest to promote his government’s welfare programs as the primary platform for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly elections. The competition will feature daily cash prizes totaling Rs 2.75 lakh. Participants can create videos about various Rajasthan government programs, including the ten flagship programs at Mahangai Rahat camps. The goal is to connect the remaining 15 lakh families. The first prize is Rs 1 lakh, with the second and third prizes worth Rs 50,000 and 25,000, respectively.
For creating videos about government programs, CM Gehlot announced a contest with daily prizes
The most recent action is part of Gehlot’s ongoing campaign to promote his government’s welfare programs and use them as his primary election platform.
Ashok Gehlot’s latest technique for election campaign
Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, announced a video contest on Friday as part of his ongoing efforts to portray his government’s welfare programs as the primary campaign platform for the upcoming Assembly elections. There will be daily cash prizes totaling Rs 2.75 lakh.
“Jan Samman Video Contest”
Videos on the various Rajasthan government programs are getting made as part of the “Jan Samman Video Contest,” with a focus on the ten flagship programs for which enrollment has been taking place since April at Mahangai Rahat (inflation relief) camps all over the state.
Gehlot added that in addition to the ten programs offered through the Mahangai Rahat camps, individuals can create videos about other government initiatives.
Participants use the #JanSammanJaiRajasthan
After creating videos between 30 and 120 seconds in length, participants must post them using the hashtag #JanSammanJaiRajasthan on at least two social media platforms before submitting the links to these posts on the official government website, jansamman.rajasthan.gov.in. The government stated in a video on Friday that anyone can create videos about one or more schemes.
The goal of this contest is to bring the remaining 15 lakh families
“After the Mahangai Rahat camps were a success, about 1.8 crore families registered themselves, and I traveled roughly 10,000 kilometers. This video competition will bring people together. The goal is to ensure that this initiative also connects the remaining 15 lakh families,” according to Gehlot.
“This contest is very influential,” Ashok Gehlot
“The populace will gain knowledge about the schemes reaching an ever-increasing number of people. Students’ self-assurance will also rise. This competition, in my opinion, is very significant. I’m hoping you’ll get out your phones, record some videos, and send them so you can enter to win prizes,” Gehlot said.
The first prize for the competition is worth Rs 1 lakh
While the daily first prize for the competition is worth Rs 1 lakh, the government stated in the same video that the second and third prizes are worth Rs 50,000 and Rs 25,000, respectively. Daily announcements will also include 100 Prerna puraskars (encouragement awards) worth Rs 1,000 each.
The most recent announcement is part of Gehlot’s ongoing effort to promote his government’s welfare programs and use them as his primary platform ahead of the forthcoming Rajasthan Assembly elections.