Bharatpur 20 November. Speaking at a huge public meeting organized at Gramin Haat on Monday in support of Dr. Subhash Garg, the Congress-backed Rashtriya Lok Dal candidate from Bharatpur Assembly constituency, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that apart from running many public welfare schemes, the Rajasthan government has given 7 guarantees. Are. Despite this, if the government changes, BJP will stop all these welfare schemes. Whose biggest loss will be to the people of the state. In such a situation the government will have to be brought back to power.
Chief Minister Gehlot said that today the country is facing serious dangers. Even the Central Government has put democracy in danger. Pressure is also maintained on ED, Income Tax, Judicial and Media. Which is not working independently. He said that the Rajasthan government has made such a law for the farmers so that their land is not confiscated, but to harm the farmers, the central government has also banned the bonus given by the government on the support price. He said that the farmers’ movement to fight for their rights is written in black letters in the history of India because the government made every effort to crush it. Ultimately the government had to withdraw these black laws. He said that the Rajasthan government has opened 61 new agricultural colleges and for the prosperity of the farmers, along with providing 2 thousand units of free electricity, has made arrangements for free treatment up to Rs 25 lakh under the Chiranjeevi Health Scheme.
The Chief Minister said that he has provided the benefits of 10 welfare schemes to provide relief from inflation. At the same time, 7 guarantees have been provided, which include provisions like assistance of Rs 10 thousand per year to women, insurance of Rs 15 lakh, purchase of cow dung at Rs 2 per kg, providing education in English medium school, giving laptop to the students taking admission in the first year. Are included. He said that the Rajasthan government has done what it said. Apart from providing jobs to 3 lakh people, the government has also restarted the pension scheme for government employees by implementing the OPS Act. He also said that after the government comes back to power, families eligible for food security will be given gas cylinders for Rs 400. Regarding non-implementation of the ERCP scheme by the Central Government, Gehlot said that due to not declaring this scheme as a national project, farmers of 13 districts have suffered losses, but the state government took the initiative to start this scheme with its own resources. Is.
Earlier, Dr. Subhash Garg, candidate of Rashtriya Lok Dal from Bharatpur Assembly constituency, said that this time the elections are being fought on the basis of development. If Vikas loses, people will lose faith in the development work being done in the area. Giving detailed information about the development works done in the area during the last 5 years, he said that the state government has written letters several times to remove Bharatpur from NCR and TTZ. He accused the Central Government that the Center is a party of the Seths, which has waived off the loans of about Rs 17 lakh crore of the Seths, but the government is not concerned about the farmers, traders and youth. He assured that after coming to power again, development work in the area will be given more pace and Bharatpur will be included in the smart city.
In the public meeting, Rashtriya Lok Dal President Jayant Chaudhary praised the welfare schemes being run by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan and said that only through these schemes Congress will come back to power in Rajasthan. He said that governments which disregard democratic traditions. She does not come to power again. All this is being done by the Central Government. He also praised the law passed by the Rajasthan government in the interest of farmers.
Regarding the development works done by Dr. Subhash Garg in Bharatpur assembly constituency, he said that the amount of work that has been done in the area in the last 5 years could not be done during the 15 years of BJP rule. He urged everyone to vote to make Rashtriya Lok Dal candidate Dr. Subhash Garg victorious for the development of Bharatpur.
In the public meeting, Tourism Minister Vishvendra Singh accused the Central Government of making false promises and said that neither the Center gave jobs to 2 crore youth nor deposited Rs 15 lakh each in the account of each person, but the promises made by the Rajasthan Government. Completed them all. He said that for the development of Rajasthan, Congress will have to be brought back to power and Congress candidates will have to be made victorious on all the seven seats of Bharatpur and Deeg districts.
In the meeting, former MP Pt. Ramkishan, U.P. MLA Anil Kumar Jatav, MLA Pradeep Chaudhary Guddu, Adityaraj Annu, Rajeev Singh, State General Secretary of Baghel Samaj Narendra Baghel, Shyam Singh Gurjar, Ashok Faujdar, Brijesh Chahar, Councilor Rakesh Pathaniyan, NSUI President Vikesh Faujdar, Pushpendra Gurjar of Youth Congress, RLD District President Santosh Faujdar, Councilor Salim Khan, former President Nihal Singh, Councilor Rameshwar Saini, Rashtriya Lok Dal General Secretary Trilok Tyagi expressed their views. Nadbai MLA Jogendra Awana, Municipal Corporation Mayor Abhijeet Kumar, Congress District President Dinesh Supa, Seva Dal District President Narendra Chaudhary, City President Brijendra Sharma, public representatives and distinguished citizens were present in the meeting.