Raje says Cong will discontinue welfare scheme

Raje says Cong will discontinue welfare scheme

Vasundhara Raje

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje said that if the Congress comes back to power, it will discontinue the BJP government’s flagship welfare scheme, Bhamashah Yojana (free medicine scheme) which empowers the women of Rajasthan.

While addressing the public meetings in Banswara, Raje was focusing on welfare schemes for tribals and attacking the Opposition party.

While addressing a public rally at Senawasa village in Ghatol tehsil of Banswara district on the sixth day of the Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra, Raje said, "The Congress is planning to discontinue the Bhamashah scheme the world that empowers women. It has also ended corruption by transferring the money directly to the account of the beneficiary". 

World Tribal Welfare Day (Vishva Adivasi Kalyan Diwas) was celebrated for the first time on August 9 in TSP area. Three days earlier chief minister announced the celebration of the day in an attempt to woo tribals. Also in her yatra in Banswara, Raje assured the recruitment process of 86,000 teachers in next three months. 

Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Tuesday started the fourth day of her yatra with the visit at Tripura Sundari temle at Banswara district in Rajasthan.

Raje who visited far flung areas of this tribal district promised people that ongoing projects will be completed in a given time. With Banswara being a difficult terrain, Raje covered most of the area in a helicopter. She laid foundation stone of works worth Rs 145 crore the district.

After the public meeting, Raje met the beneficiaries of various scheme and also gave scooters to girl students. Raje will be concluding first phase of her yatra on August 10. So far she has toured Udaipur division of Rajasthan. 


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