Today there is a need to follow the path of unity in diversity, truth and non-violence: Ashok Gehlot
Today there is a need to work on the basis of Mahatma Gandhi's principles and follow the path of unity in diversity, truth and non-violence, only then we can protect democracy and ideas. The state government is continuously moving forward in this direction for the development of the state. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said this while addressing the Golden Jubilee program of Social Work and Research Center (Barefoot College) Tilonia in the middle of Jawahar Kala Kendra on Friday.
Ashok Gehlot said during this that the state government is serious about women's health. In order to distribute free sanitary napkins to the women of the state, a budget of Rs 200 crore has been kept in the 'Udaan Yojana'. He said that sanitary napkins are being prepared by women in Tilonia also. This is a commendable initiative.
The Chief Minister said that under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA), the state government has increased employment for 25 days at its own expense. With this, now 125 days of employment will be provided in MNREGA. He said that during the Corona period, MGNREGA has provided employment to the laborers in rural areas.
Shri Gehlot said that Right to Information, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, Right to Education and Food Security Act were revolutionary initiatives in the country by the UPA government at the Centre. He appreciated the efforts of Sanjeet 'Bunker Roy' and Aruna Roy. He said that Bunker Roy is an institution in itself. It is the result of his thinking that today the name of Tilonia has achieved a different position in the country and the world.