Tuesday , June 18 2024

Our workers are more expensive than pearls – CM Bhajanlal

Udaipur, 20 February (HS). Rajasthan Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma, valuing the workers as more expensive than pearls, said that it is due to the hard work of the workers that the BJP government has been formed in Rajasthan.

The Chief Minister was addressing the conference of BJP workers of three Lok Sabha constituencies held in Udaipur. Addressing the BJP workers of Chittor, Udaipur and Banswara-Dungarpur Lok Sabha constituencies organized under the chief guidance of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the Chief Minister said that after the formation of the double engine government in Rajasthan, gas cylinders at concessional rates will be available in just two months. The works of Kisan Samman Nidhi, ERPC project have been completed. SIT has been formed to investigate the paper leak case in Rajasthan. MSP has been increased to encourage farmers. Gangster Task Force has been formed to crack down on land mafia and gravel mafia and Women Task Force has been formed for women safety.

The Chief Minister said that every dream and work of the BJP worker will be fulfilled. Rajasthan is the land of power and devotion, whatever the worker decides, he definitely completes it. He assured the Union Minister that BJP will win every Lok Sabha by 5 lakh votes.

Addressing the conference, BJP state president and Chittorgarh MP CP Joshi said that as soon as the BJP government is formed in Rajasthan, it is busy in realizing its manifesto. The Chief Minister has started giving Rs 100 crore for Pratap Corridor, permission for ERCP project, gas cylinder at concessional rate. He said that Modi government has given more to Mewar and Vagad region in 10 years than Congress has given in 60 years. Congratulating former minister Mahendrajit Singh Malviya, who recently left Congress and joined BJP, Joshi said that he joined BJP after being influenced by the consecration of Ram Temple and seeing Modi's work policy.

On this occasion, Malviya also said in his speech that joining BJP is like a homecoming for him, he has got his license renewed. It is noteworthy that Malviya was associated with Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad and Vishwa Hindu Parishad during his student life.

Earlier, at the beginning, Union Home Minister Amit Shah was welcomed on the stage by State President CP Joshi, Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma, Cabinet Minister Babulal Kharadi, State General Secretary Damodar Lal Aggarwal, Program Coordinator Pramod Samar by draping him with turban, Uparna, shawl and presenting memento.

BJP City District President Ravindra Shrimali, Dehat District President Chandragupt Singh Chauhan, MP Kanakmal Katara welcomed Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma. Ministers Hemant Meena, Gautam Duck, Udaipur City MLA Tarachand Jain and Udaipur Rural MLA Phool Singh Meena congratulated State President CP Joshi.