Vasundhara Raje experiences burnout, yet performs duties

During her transit stop at Jaipur Airport on Sunday, a team of doctors rushed to attend her; later she flew to Rohtak as per her schedule

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Vasundhara Raje experiences burnout, yet performs duties
Chief minister Vasundhara Raje flagged off ‘Swachhata Hi Sewa’ campaign at State Hanger Jaipur Airport on Sunday


Chief minister Vasundhara Raje’s tight schedule seems to have taken toll on her. After exhausting three-day tour of Bundi, she headed straight to Jhalawar on Saturday evening and before she could taken on the hectic schedule of Sunday, she suffered burnout. But yet she did not let her health hinder the progress of work.

During her transit stop at Jaipur Airport on Sunday, a team of doctors rushed to attend her. Restricted because of her ill-health, she performed tasks from the airport itself. She along with the urban development minister Srichand Kriplani and senior officials held a broom to mark the launch of sanitation drive ‘Swachhata Hi Sewa’ in Jaipur.

“Over the next 15 days we will work over sanitation in local areas and inspire others to do so,” the CM said during the launch of the drive that commenced on prime minister Narendra Modi’s birthday and will conclude on October 2, that happens to the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.

Moreover, she also presented awards to small businessmen, entrepreneurs and artisans on occasion of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Day.

In Jhalawar she had graced three official programmes and even took out time to visit a former BJP MLA from the district to condole death of his mother.

Soon after she left for Rohtak, Haryana to pay homage to BJP MP from Alwar Mahant Chand Nath who passed away on Saturday night.  

The CM was earlier scheduled to inaugurate the Swachhata Hi Sewa campaign at Gator in Jaipur and present awards at the MSME ceremony in a private hotel. However, in consideration of her health condition the events were shifted to Jaipur Airport. The CM, however, overcame the fatigue and left for Rohtak to continue with her schedule.


  • Chief minister Vasundhara Raje and union minister for social justice and empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot inaugurated a Rasthriya Vayoshir Scheme camp at Jhalawar. At the camp, the CM assured the elderly, poor and physically challenged citizens that the government will come to their aid, just as the equipment presented to them during the camp. During the camp held at Khel Sankul in the city, healthcare and support equipments were distributed to 4,210 elderly people from families below poverty line. In Jhalawar, CM also flagged off a sanitation campaign and inaugurated a project for digitisation of medical records by a non-government organisation.


  • Rajasthan government has declared this year as Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) year to promote the sector in the state. It was announced by the chief minister Vasundhara Raje while officially inaugurating a programme for MSME industries held on the occasion of prime minister Narendra Modi’s birthday. To mark the beginning of the year from September 17, 2017 to September 17, 2018, a fifteen-day long drive to resolve grievances of small scale industries has also been organised. The chief minister on the occasion made several announcements in the direction. It includes among other things- Bhamasha Employment Generation Scheme to be extended to increase loan limit for entrepreneurs.


  • Constitution of an Export Promotion Bureau to extend quick solution for difficulties faced by exporters of state.
  • An Export Promotion Council will also be formed to generate awareness and facilitate certification process for exporters.
  • A new and improved export subsidy scheme to be implemented in state.
  • A limited time scheme to be brought to facilitate units operating in absence of certificate from state pollution control board.
  • State facilitation council to be reconstituted to form more than one councils, including arbitrators and legal experts to extend faster solutions for issues concerning delayed payments.
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