Prime Minister Modi will be on a Rajasthan visit later this week. He will address a large public rally on Saturday 7th of July at Jaipur. As part of his schedule he will also interact with 2.5 to 3 lakh beneficiaries of various central government schemes such as the Jan Dhan Yojana, Ujwala Yojana and others.
During the course of his visit, Modi is also slated to inaugurate Smart City scheme in Jaipur on July 7.
The district collectors have also been ordered to ensure that the beneficiaries of Central and state Government schemes are identified and brought to Jaipur for the PM’s meet. During this visit, the Prime Minister is expected to hand over various government schemes directly to those people who have not been able to avail them for some reason.
“This programme is of the government and of the administration and we have taken up the cudgels to ensure that the programme is a success,” Rajendra Rathore, Panchayati Raj minister, said.
Rajasthan’s Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and newly appointed state’s BJP unit President Madan Lal Saini will also be present at Prime Minister’s Jaipur rally. The BJP’s state unit in Rajasthan is leaving no stone unturned to make this visit of the Prime Minister fruitful ahead of assembly elections in the state later in the year.
As part of the campaign for the Jaipur rally, reportedly more than 4000+ WhatsApp groups containing approximately 4 Lakh members have changed their display pictures to a promotional banner.
On Thursday Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake a visit to Udaipur in Rajasthan, to inaugurate and lay the foundation stones of several major projects whose total outlay is estimated to be over Rs 15,000 crore. He will also visit the Pratap Gaurav Kendra which provides information, through various exhibits, about the life, valour and achievements of Maharana Pratap.
The prime minister will inaugurate 11 completed National Highway projects, covering a total length of about 873 km, a Rajasthan government spokesman said in Jaipur. Modi will also perform ground-breaking ceremony for six NH projects, covering a distance of about 556 km, said the spokesman in a release.