Indira Gandhi did not allow disruptive forces to succeed: Ashok Gehlot
Former Prime Minister Late. Indira Gandhi sacrificed her life in the interest of the country, but did not allow the disruptive forces to succeed. Today, under the Indira Rasoi Yojana (Rural) brought in her name, 400 rural Indira Rasoi have been launched in the entire state.
Ashok Gehlot said this while addressing the inauguration ceremony of Indira Rasoi Yojana (Rural) in Niwai of Tonk district on Sunday. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi was also present on this occasion. Ashok Gehlot said that by September 25, the number of Indira Rasoi will be increased to 1000. The state government is providing relief to the common people by quickly implementing the budget announcements. Policy-making work is being done in other states on the basis of the schemes of the state government.
Gehlot said that a roadmap is being prepared to ensure planned development of the state by 2030. More than 50 lakh people of the state have given their suggestions for the vision document being prepared under Mission-2030. He appealed to the general public to give as many suggestions as possible through online and other mediums.