Ajmer, Rajasthan (Rajesh Verma) Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma reached his native village Attari for the first time on Monday, about one and a half months after taking charge. Where thousands of area residents welcomed the Chief Minister with open arms. Women, men and children who climbed on the rooftops showered flowers and gave him a grand welcome, while the emotional Chief Minister circumambulated the entire village barefoot and accepted the greetings of the villagers. The Chief Minister reached his ancestral residence and also took the blessings of his parents.
After the welcome, the Chief Minister while addressing the public meeting said that our government is the government of the common people. I myself come from a farmer family, I have seen the suffering of farmers closely. He said that it is the priority of our government to make the farmers financially strong and happy. Working in this direction after the formation of the government, we have taken farmer-friendly decisions like increasing the amount of support price on wheat purchase and increasing the Kisan Samman Nidhi.
During this, the CM also talked about the ERCP project and said that in any case it will be completed in five years. Through the ERCP project, abundant water for drinking and irrigation will be available to Eastern Rajasthan. He said that fulfilling the guarantee of the illustrious Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, we have decided to provide LPG cylinders at Rs 450 to the women of selected BPL families under the Ujjwala scheme. We will fulfill every guarantee of the Prime Minister.
The culprits of paper leak will be punished:
The Chief Minister said that due to paper leak incidents in the last few years, the future of the youth of the state was being played with. We have constituted SIT to investigate these cases and every person guilty in these cases will be punished. He said that concrete steps are being taken to ensure better law and order in the state and the government will not tolerate any kind of hooliganism and criminal elements in the state.