Raje to hear grievances in Udaipur

Raje to hear grievances in Udaipur

Chief Minister, colleagues to camp in this division over next 10 days

 In order to hear people’s grievances and redress them, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje along with the top government machinery will camp in Udaipur division for the next 10 days as part of ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ programme.

Starting from Saturday, the Chief Minister Raje and her ministers will tour various parts of Udaipur division, which comprise six districts, and will also reach the electorate at village level.

Officials said 10 ministers with senior officials will hold public hearings in 44 locations of the division till August 22. The tour will conclude with a cabinet meeting in Udaipur where several decisions will be taken.

During public meetings at Bikaner and Bharatpur, dozens of officials were suspended. Taking cue from the past tours, officials were busy since last one week completing their pending work before the arrival of the Chief Minster.

The Public Works Department has just finished maintenance and patch work of the major city roads.

Maharana Bhupal Hospital has also got a facelift with basic repair and whitewash despite various construction work being carried out on its premises. The hospital has reportedly ordered for new linen bed sheets and instructed the staff to have stains-free beds.
A complete facelift has also been given to public utility place in the city area.

Private vehicles and sweepers have been hired to clean the city specially the public places and markets. District education officers both from the primary and secondary level are instructed to ensure that schools meet the teacher-students ratio as per norms and have proper kits and learning indicators under the reading campaign.

Meanwhile, the opposition Congress blamed that all the arrangements will last only till the visit of the Chief Minister.“What officials are doing is their duty. Ideally all such things should be done daily,” said Archana Sharma, Congress spokesperson.

As a mark of protest, the opposition plans ‘Jago Udaipur Congress ke Sang’ to highlight problems people have been facing in the city since the BJP formed government in the state.

Congressmen have been meeting people of various wards to make a list of basic problems.

“People have come up with various of problems like inadequate drinking water supply, lack of hand pumps, bad roads, drainage issues and water clogging among,” said Pankaj Sharma, a senior leader.