Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has said she was cautioned against hitting the hornet’s nest when she started the ‘sarkar aapke dwar’ campaign, in which the government is interacting directly with the people to find solutions to their problems.
Raje and the ministers of her Cabinet are touring the state and interacting with the people to address their grievances for the last one week.
“When I started ‘sarkar aapke dwar’ campaign, I was cautioned not to hit the hornet’s nest,” Raje said while addressing a gathering in Hanumangarh on Thursday. “Somebody had to take this up to resolve the grievances of the people sitting at the tail end,” she said.
The Chief Minister said the campaign will result into timely disposal of the almost all the major issues. “Now, the CM, the Minister and the officers, all are pressed into the service of the common man,” she said.
The chief minister asked all the stakeholders of the administration– teachers, doctors, police– to perform their duties. “Grievances of the public will be resolved and all the challenges would be met successfully if they perform their duties,” she said. The Chief Minister is on a tour to Bikaner division, according to a release from CM office on Friday.
She appealed that people should stay calm and rest assured that her government was committed to resolve their all major concerns, such as water for drinking or irrigation.
Raje also assured that all the complaints received during these public hearings in four districts of Bikaner division will be regularly monitored and addressed.
She also appealed to the people not to repeat their complaints about the same issue and asked them to use the ‘Rajasthan Sampark’ portal to register their problems.
On Friday, the first question to the AAP was related to its “anti-national activities”.