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Vasundhara Raje announces development works worth Rs 63.35 crore

Raje also inaugurated the development work worth Rs. 63.35 crore in the area and said that around Rs. 5.5 crore have been sanctioned by the state government to carry out the development work in Chittorgarh district.

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Vasundhara Raje announces development works worth Rs 63.35 crore
CM visited the Government Higher Secondary School and presented students with laptop and scooty keys.
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Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Tuesday announced development works during the Jansamvad programme of Badi Sadri assembly area organised at Dungla in Chittorgarh district.

While addressing the people, Raje said that the state government has announced a free treatment scheme for children who are suffering from heart diseases from birth. She added that the government has reduced the loans of small farmers by Rs. 50,000.

Raje also inaugurated the development work worth Rs. 63.35 crore in the area and said that around Rs. 5.5 crore have been sanctioned by the state government to carry out the development work in Chittorgarh district. Before the Jansamvad program, CM visited the Government Higher Secondary School and presented the bright students with laptop and scooty keys. She also distributed hearing aid and other things among the disabled.

On the demands of the residents during the programme, CM Raje instructed the executive engineer of PWD to prepare the estimate for the road from Baloda to Baroth. She also announced the opening of Science Department in Nikumbh Senior Secondary School. Speaking about Badi Sadri, Raje said that it is a place of brave Jhala Manna and the government will build a panorama of the martyr in the region.

She added that the state government is spending Rs. 600 crore for the restoration of temples in the area. Urban Development Minister Shrichand Kriplani, MP CP Joshi, MLA Gautam Dak including other dignitaries were also present. Raje also announced that government garlic purchase centres have been sanctioned in Kota, Nimbahera, Anta, Sultanpur and Jodhpur. During her trip to Nimbahera, she said that these purchase centres have been set up in the mandis and farmers' crop will be purchased through RAJFED.

Free treatment

The state government has announced a free treatment scheme for children who are suffering from heart diseases from birth. Also, the loans of small farmers have been reduced by Rs 50,000.

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