CM Ashok Gehlot Pratapgarh Visit Says Rajasthan Will Remain In My Heart

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Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reached Pratapgarh on a day’s visit on Wednesday. During this he said that wherever I live, Rajasthan will remain in my heart. I will always be ready for the development of the state. During this, he said that priority has always been given for development works in Pratapgarh.

CM Ashok Gehlot, who reached Pratapgarh, was welcomed by MLA Ramlal Meena and Tribal Minister Arjun Bamnia at the helipad. After this, Congress workers welcomed the CM. After the welcome, MLA Ramlal Meena praised the works of CM Gehlot. Along with this demanded Rs 25 crore from CM Gehlot for stadium development. Meena also appealed to the CM to put the people of non-TSP area in their home district.

Despite the heavy rain, people continued to attend the meeting of the Chief Minister. The CM started his address directly after the MLA’s speech due to heavy rain. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that I have done every work told by MLA Meena for development works in Pratapgarh with priority. The stadium demanded by Ramlal will also be completed on priority.

CM further said that Rural Olympics has been started by the government in the state. 30 lakh people from across the state are participating in the games. Out of which one million women have also participated in the sport. This campaign has been started from Rajasthan to promote sports in the country and the world. In his speech, Gehlot has appealed to Modi to start this campaign across the country.

The CM said that the state government has spent 40 lakh rupees for the games, but with the help of the Bhamashahs, many other big works have been done in this game. In health services too, Rajasthan has provided better health services to the poor by starting the Chiranjeevi Yojana. On the demand of increasing the salary of contractual workers, MLA Ramlal Meena, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in his speech also talked about increasing the salary of 20 percent after Diwali.

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Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reached Pratapgarh on a day’s visit on Wednesday. During this he said that wherever I live, Rajasthan will remain in my heart. I will always be ready for the development of the state. During this, he said that priority has always been given for development works in Pratapgarh.


CM Ashok Gehlot, who reached Pratapgarh, was welcomed by MLA Ramlal Meena and Tribal Minister Arjun Bamnia at the helipad. After this, Congress workers welcomed the CM. After the welcome, MLA Ramlal Meena praised the works of CM Gehlot. Along with this demanded Rs 25 crore from CM Gehlot for stadium development. Meena also appealed to the CM to put the people of non-TSP area in their home district.

Despite the heavy rain, people continued to attend the meeting of the Chief Minister. The CM started his address directly after the MLA’s speech due to heavy rain. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that I have done every work told by MLA Meena for development works in Pratapgarh with priority. The stadium demanded by Ramlal will also be completed on priority.

CM further said that Rural Olympics has been started by the government in the state. 30 lakh people from across the state are participating in the games. Out of which one million women have also participated in the sport. This campaign has been started from Rajasthan to promote sports in the country and the world. In his speech, Gehlot has appealed to Modi to start this campaign across the country.


The CM said that the state government has spent Rs 40 lakh for sports, but with the help of Bhamashahs, many other big works have been done in this game. In health services too, Rajasthan has provided better health services to the poor by starting the Chiranjeevi Yojana. On the demand of increasing the salary of contractual workers, MLA Ramlal Meena, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also talked about increasing the salary of 20 percent after Diwali in his speech.

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