Raje also announced that National Capital Region Planning Board will soon sanction Rs 963 cr for development works and a major part of it will be spent on Tijara and Bhiwadi.

 

Complete feeder repair works by December 13 to supply power without interruption in Tijara, chief minister Vasundhara Raje ordered discom officials during ‘CM Jan Sanwad’ programme on Wednesday. Raje also announced that National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) will soon sanction Rs 963 crore for development works and a major part of it will be spent on Tijara and Bhiwadi, which come under the NCR. Tijara is an assembly constituency of by-election bound Alwar parliamentary constituency.

While visiting the industrial areas in Bhiwadi, Raje also laid stress on cordial relations between management of industries, factories and the manpower engaged. “Cordial relations will not only put Rajasthan on the path of development but also the locals would get more job opportunities. For this, the locals need to enroll for courses of skill development which the government is running at mass level. The state government’s priority is to provide more and more jobs to the youths,” said Raje during dialogue with representatives of several castes.

On Monday, while touring Ramgarh, another assembly constituency of Alwar, Raje’s attention was drawn towards the polluted water from industry and she immediately summoned the pollution board to find a remedy. The same issue cropped up in her meeting at Tijara.

“This is a grave issue and only with the help of new technology it could be addressed. I have directed the local self governance (LSG) officials to hold a meeting to set up small waste treatment plants in towns and rural areas to do away the menace of polluted water. Also, directions have been issued for action plan on sewage management,” Raje said.

Meanwhile, the representatives of Meo community also called on Raje. “The representatives have expressed trust in Raje and said that she is taking all communities altogether,” said a statement released by the chief minister office quoting the community people. After ‘ CM jan sanwad’ programme, Raje also laid foundation stones for various development works in tune of Rs 45 crore in Tijara. She also visited ‘Suraj exhibition’ that displays development works done in Alwar.

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