The government of Rajasthan is all set to start 40 days long ‘Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra’ before assembly elections in December. This Yatra is planned to start from Chaarbhuja Temple in Rajsamand district. Bharatiya Janta Party’s National President Amit Shah will be flagging off the chariot and entire rally. During this Yatra, CM Raje’s first speech will be at Kankroli town of Rajsamand.
Start with prayer offerings
To wish a good luck start, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje will offer prayers to god Chaarbhujanath at Chaarbhuja temple situated in Garhbor village. After that Yatra will be flagged off and reach to the first halt in nearby Kankroli town. Approximately 2000 party workers will be presenting for Yatra. CM Raje will address people and party workers. This will be the first public speech by CM Raje during Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra.
On Wednesday, Higher education minister Kiran Maheshwari, who is also MLA from Rajsamand, has already waved the green flag to vehicles to invite people to be present at CM’s rally. Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha workers are also taking bike rallies to invite people to Kankroli. Invitations are being sent in the traditional manner by sending peele- chawal to them. Yatra will cover Udaipur division from 4th to 10th August.
The purpose of Yatra is to convey the details about various government welfare plans and achievements in a particular constituency.
CM Raje to address entire Rajasthan
Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra will cover about 6054 kilometers in the entire state covering all the 200 assembly Constituencies. CM Raje will reach to 165 constituencies, means CM will be addressing people of almost entire Rajasthan.
Success of Government plans in Udaipur Division
Udaipur division witnessed enormous success in various government plans and schemes like Rajshree scheme, Bhamashah, Mukhya Mantri Jal Swavlamban Mission, Annapurna Mission, and the list goes on. Central Government proposed to develop Udaipur city as a smart city among 100 cities of the country. State Government’s work is already on the verge of completion.
Udaipur division is an important part of the state from the tourism perspective. From Kumbhalgarh fort to Chittorgarh Fort, form ‘lake-city’ Udaipur to the ‘City of Hundred Islands’- Banswara, tourism has been incredible. The government of Rajasthan made very effective plans and implemented them successfully to develop these tourism gems, apart from overall state development in 14th assembly tenure.
Comparing district-wise, Ujjwala Yojna beneficiaries have the highest number in Udaipur district. Education and skill development schemes for tribal youth and women are working successfully. Tribal people are now getting into the mainstream.
Our Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has always been concerned for the welfare of girls, women, children, and farmers. CM Raje possesses the great power to create visionary plans and ensure their successful implementation.