CM Gehlot inaugurates, lays foundation of development projects in 4 Assembly constituencies

Jaipur (Rajasthan) February 20 (ANI): Rajasthan’s Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inaugurated 52 projects worth Rs 33 crore 87 lakh and laid foundation stone of 126 development projects costing Rs 124 crore in Udaipur, Rajsamand, Bhilwara and Churu through Video conferencing. Addressing the programme, the Chief Minister said that despite all the adverse circumstances and challenges, the state government did not allow development work to slow down. Within about two years of our tenure, we have fulfilled more than 55 per cent of the declarations of public manifesto. It is our endeavor that there is overall development in every Assembly constituency of the state without any political discrimination. The CM said that our government will take full care of every requirement of the citizens related to development. The CM also instructed the ministers in charge of the four districts to fulfill the aspirations of the public by making regular visits. During the programme CM Gehlot underlined that whenever our government has been in power, work has been done to strengthen the infrastructure including education, medicine and roads. Today, Rajasthan is no less than any developed state in the country in terms of better roads and development.