Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot introduced 5 guarantees forward of the state meeting polls that include free laptops and tablets for first-year authorities school college students, implementation of the Old Pension Scheme (OPS) by means of regulation and Rs 15 lakh insurance coverage cowl for losses incurred throughout any pure catastrophe.
Election to all 200 seats within the Rajasthan Assembly will likely be held on November 25 and the counting of votes will likely be held on December 3.
CM Ashok Gehlot, whereas addressing a press convention in Jaipur introduced 5 guarantees for the individuals of the state and promised that the guarantees proposed by his authorities will likely be carried out if his authorities is re-elected within the November 25 elections.
He additionally stated that the state authorities will buy cow dung at Rs 2 per kilogram.
“Yesterday I had hinted at announcing five guarantees. Guarantees should be given after deliberation…. We will pass a law to ensure Old Pension Scheme if Congress returns to power so that no government can stop OPS in future,” Gehlot stated. He stated his authorities can even present smartphones with complimentary web service for 3 years to 1 crore girls.
Gehlot additional introduced the assure of English medium schooling for each scholar.
Ashok Gehlot’s 5 guarantees are as well as to two guarantees which include cooking gasoline cylinders at Rs 500 for 1.05 crore households and an annual honorarium of Rs 10,000 to the girl head of a household in instalments.
The two schemes have been already introduced by the Rajasthan chief minister at Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s public rally in Jhunjhunu on Wednesday.
The Rajasthan chief minister stated that the promise by senior Congress chief Rahul Gandhi to waive off loans of farmers was fulfilled in due time. “Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge say that ‘fulfill the promises that you make’. Last time, Rahul Gandhi promised to waive off loans (of farmers) in seven days, and the promise was fulfilled in due time,” he instructed a press briefing in Jaipur.
But, talking about raids by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Rajasthan Congress Chief Govind Singh Dotasara, the Chief Minister alleged that the company made Dotasara its goal as a result of he’s very vocal towards the Centre.
“Congress chief (of Rajasthan) has done so much advertisement of the government’s policies, programs, decisions…however ED reached his home…It has reached only to target him as he speaks a lot about the government,” he stated.
“A chief minister (Bhupesh Baghel) had to say that more than dogs, it’s the ED that is on the prowl in the country. (Desh me kutton se jyada ED ghum rahi hai). What could be a bigger misfortune than this?” he stated.
Earlier on Thursday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) carried out searches on the properties of Rajasthan Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara and the occasion’s candidate for the Mahua Assembly seat as a part of a cash laundering inquiry into an alleged examination paper leak case within the poll-bound state.
The premises of Dotasara, a former Minister for School Education, in Sikar and Jaipur, other than occasion candidate from Mahua seat in Dausa, Omprakash Hudla, and some others have been searched.
“What’s happening in the country? Democracy is under threat. The Constitution has been tattered. ED, Income Tax and CBI are following instructions (of the Central government) …They have become a political weapon for the past 9 years and only raid leaders of the opposition,” Ashok Gehlot added.