Rajasthan is no longer the same as before: Ashok Gehlot
Rajasthan is no longer the same. We have progressed significantly in every field including social security, education, medicine, health, information technology, women empowerment, employment, economic development, infrastructure development, solar energy.
Gehlot said during a dialogue with the stakeholders of industry, trade, dairy, mining, commercial tax, environment, medicine and arts in the Rajasthan Mission-2030 program organized at the Town Hall of Bhilwara on Wednesday that the Right to Health (RTH) in the state, Rajasthan Minimum income guarantee law was brought, which is not there in any other state in the country.
He said that Rs 25 lakh health insurance is being given under the Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme. A large number of sub-centres, PHCs, CHCs, medical colleges, universities have been opened in the state. The country's largest IPD tower is being built at Sawai Mansingh Hospital.
He said that the establishment of institutions like IIT, AIIMS, Law, Ayurvedic University, Medical College has given impetus to the educational development of the region. Due to this the youth no longer have to go out for higher studies.