Jalore: Articulating concern over flood victims, on Tuesday Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee president Sachin Pilot conveyed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi who visited flood-affected Gujarat should have also visited Rajasthan.
Pilot advised Vasundhara Raje’s BJP administration to make sure proper relief and rehabilitation in around 500 villages affected by floods. On Monday, when arrived numerous villages where he distributed a special kit to the victims. Pilot further conveyed that, PM arrived at flood affected village in Gujarat, which is just around 40 kms away from Jalore but did not reach here. If he had, the relief and rehabilitation work should have gained momentum.
Subsequent to coming to at the town Pilot dispersed a pack to the casualties. “After the surges while everything washed away and individuals are not possessed the capacity to move out to buy basic need we have arranged this unit which can serve the kitchen of a family for next 15 days. “There is no reason for quite recently coming at the transport remain of town and leave.
I might want to go and see immersed houses and the harm,” he said while asking a gathering laborer. Tending to the casualties, he stated, “I am here to reveal to all of you that we are with you in this hard time.” On his experience of surges, he stated, “Individuals have lost their kinfolk, their products, cows or more every one of their homes at many spots.
It is hard time for them. I trust state government will guarantee legitimate guide and recovery for them.” During the visit he additionally took reminder of the influenced individuals and tuned in to their issues painstakingly. Senior Cabinet Minister Rajendra Rathore, on Tuesday lashed out at Pilot for a deferred visit to the influenced territories.
In an announcement discharged on Tuesday, Rathore stated, ”it is amusing that Pilot at last went to the influenced regions – following 198 hours. In the interim, the legislature has just propelled help and recovery measures there.”