Thu. Sep 28th, 2023

Ahead of the go to of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Rajasthan’s Sikar on Thursday, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot raised a constitution of calls for, and likewise stated that his pre-scheduled 3-minute handle throughout the programme has been eliminated by the PMO.

Taking to Twitter, Gehlot stated that because of the elimination of his handle, he will be unable to welcome the PM by way of his speech, so he was heartily welcoming him to Rajasthan by way of this tweet.

The constitution of calls for included caste census, giving nationwide standing to ERCP, waiving off the loans of farmers within the nationalised banks, 60 per cent funding to the medical schools within the three tribal-dominated districts, and so on.

He stated, “Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Today you are visiting Rajasthan. Your office PMO has removed my pre-scheduled 3-minute address from the program, so I will not be able to welcome you through speech, so I heartily welcome you to Rajasthan through this tweet.”

Expressing the share of Rajasthan authorities in mentioning of 12 medical schools in state, he stated, “The inauguration and foundation laying of 12 medical colleges taking place today is the result of the partnership between the Rajasthan government and the Centre. The project cost of these medical colleges is Rs 3, 689 crore, of which Rs 2, 213 crore is the share of the Centre and Rs 1, 476 crore of the state government. I also congratulate everyone on behalf of the state government.”

“Through this tweet, I’m placing ahead the calls for I might have made by way of my speech on this programme. I hope that in this seventh Yatra being achieved in six months, you’ll full these –

1. On the demand of the youth of Rajasthan, particularly Shekhawati, the everlasting recruitment within the Army ought to be continued as earlier by withdrawing the Agniveer scheme.

2. The state authorities has waived loans price Rs 15, 000 crore of 21 lakh farmers from all of the co-operative banks beneath it. We have despatched a one-time settlement proposal to the central authorities to waive off the loans of nationalized banks, through which we’ll give the farmers’ share. This demand ought to be fulfilled.

3. The Rajasthan Legislative Assembly has handed a decision for caste census. The Central authorities ought to take a choice on this with none delay.

4. Due to the rules of NMC, the medical schools being opened in our three districts are usually not getting any monetary help from the central authorities. These are being constructed totally with state funding. The central authorities also needs to give 60 per cent funding to the medical schools in these three tribal-dominated districts.

5. The Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP) ought to be given the standing of a venture of nationwide significance.

“I request you to take a positive stand on these demands and assure the state litigants today, ” he added.

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