Our saints gave the message of world peace, harmony and unity to the world: Gehlot – ThePrint Hindi IG News

Jaipur, September 7 (Language) Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Thursday that ‘Our saint community has given the message of peace, harmony and unity to the world for centuries and the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi also adopted the path of non-violence following these ideals.’

Gehlot was addressing the 181st birth anniversary and Chaturmas program of Shri Amra Bhagatji organized by Sarva Samaj Sanatan Chaturmas Vikas Samiti and Amra Bhagat Seva Sansthan at Narbadiya in Chittorgarh. He said that our government is also working with the same spirit.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone and inaugurated development works worth Rs 143 crore in various districts of the state.

The Chief Minister said that the state government has given a grant of Rs. 3000 thousand crores to the Gaushalas, whereas the previous state government had given a grant of only Rs. 500 crores. He said that 12 months grant is also being given to Nandishalas by our government. Animal parents were given financial assistance of Rs 40,000 per cow for cows dying of lumpy disease. He said that under the Mukhyamantri Kamdhenu Pashu Bima Yojana, free insurance of Rs 40-40 thousand for two milch animals per family is also being done by the state government.

He said that as a result of such public welfare schemes, cattle rearers have got encouragement and due to this, Rajasthan has come first in the country in milk production. Gehlot said that Rajasthan has emerged as a leader in education and health. 303 new colleges have been opened in the state.

Referring to various welfare schemes of the state government, Gehlot said that under Indira Gandhi Gas Cylinder Subsidy Scheme, gas cylinder for Rs 500, 100 units of free electricity to domestic consumers and 2000 units of free electricity to agricultural consumers, under Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Scheme. Various public welfare schemes including 125 days employment and 25 additional days under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA, minimum social security pension of Rs 1000 per month to about one crore people are being run by the state government.

Gehlot said that Rajasthan is the leading state to present a separate agriculture budget for farmers.

During the program, the Chief Minister announced to make Patwar Mandal Sawa a sub-tehsil and to build a 25,000 square feet dome in the Angarh Bavji temple area complex.

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