Jaipur : Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari today inspected the ongoing construction of the Jhotwara flyover and gave directions to the officials for the same. During this, concerned officers, officials of the Market Association, shopkeepers and local people were also present. Everyone presented their suggestions and problems before the Deputy Chief Minister. Diya Kumari. She then held discussions with the concerned officials and gave instructions to resolve the problems.
Diya Kumari said that the flyover is being constructed for the general public, hence public opinion and suggestions are very important. Any new construction work should be done with a long-term vision, so that the public can use it without any hassle for the next 25 years. She further said that the Congress Government did not pay any attention to this project and inaugurated it in a hurry. The construction of this flyover was not completed even during the 5 years of the Congress Government. There are still so many flaws left in this project.
Cleanliness campaign from Vidyadhar Nagar assembly constituency
Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari today began the three-day cleanliness campaign from Vidyadhar Nagar Assembly under the ‘Sushasan Pakhwada’. This is being held on the birth anniversary of the Former Prime Minister, Late Atal Bihari Vajpayee. She also paid floral tribute to the founder of Kshatriya Yuvak Sangh, Late Tan Singh at the Sangh Shakti office of Khatipura Mandal.
Later, the Deputy Chief Minister garlanded the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Indra Kusth Ashram in Bhawani Niketan and the statue of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar at Ambedkar Circle of Murlipura mandal. Along with this, she also participated in the cleanliness campaign program of Vidyadhar Nagar and Nangal Mandal. She also visited the Samadhi site of former Vice President, Late Bhairon Singh Shekhawat at Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium to pay tribute and spread awareness about the cleanliness campaign.
Diya Kumari said that we are committed to take the campaign of ‘Swachh Bharat’ led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the people of Rajasthan. Under this campaign, the message of “Cleanliness is Service” is being spread. Through programs like these, people are empowered to participate in improving the State in terms of cleanliness.