Jaipur: In a first of its kind initiative,
Rajasthan ministers will be visiting different parts of the
state to collect ground-level feedback about the execution of
the government`s flagship programmes and schemes.
Under the three-day special drive beginning tomorrow,
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will also visit various places in
the state and interact with people to get firsthand account.
The ministers, who are in charge of different districts, will held public meetings and interact with local people about schemes like Rajasthan Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojna,
Mukhyamantri Gramin BPL Awas Yojna, free generic medicines
schemes, Rajasthan Guranteed Delivery of Public Services
Act-2011 among others.
Along with the ministers, parliamentary secretaries will
also take part in the exercise which will help the government
monitor and review the status of the schemes and programmes in
remote areas of the state much accurately.
During the visits, the ministers will also inaugurate and
dedicate finished projects and lay foundation stones for other
projects, if any, in the presence of local public
representatives, according to an official.
All the Divisional Commissioners and District collectors
have already been issued necessary directives in this regard.