Government committed to welfare of citizens: CM Gehlot

Jaipur (Rajasthan) December 26 (ANI): Interacting with the media on the completion of 2 years of his Government, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that during the period of 2 years, his government took various steps for the benefits of the people. The Chief Minister said that for better transparency ‘Jansuchana’ Portal has been launched to make the right to information more powerful. Through this, information related to government departments, authorities, corporations are being made available to the massed in an easy manner. The CM underlined that fulfilling the promise of waiving the loans of farmers, the Government has ordered the cooperative banks to waive all outstanding crop loans till 30 November 2018. So far, the debt of 20 lakh 55 thousand farmers has been waived off. Rajasthan CM Said that the MSME Act has been introduced for the development of mini industries in the state. With this, enterprises have been freed from the approvals and inspections of various departments of the state for three years. Rajasthan is the first state to implement such an act. During the dialogue, speaking on the COVID management in the state, the CM said that the example of Rajasthan is being given throughout the country for pandemic's management. He himself regularly took more than 200 review meetings and took every section of the society together. Along with that, CM Gehlot also spoke about various other developmental projects and welfare schemes going on in the state for the benefit of all the sections of the society.