Sunday, October 7, 2018

Vasundhara Raje's announces free electricity for farmers in Rajasthan




Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Sat proclaimed free electricity for farmers up to Rs ten,000, hours before the commission proclaimed the schedule for approaching Assembly elections within the state.

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The Chief Minister created the announcement whereas addressing a public meeting in Ajmer, within the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. consistent with the announcement, quite twelve 100000 farmers of the state can receive free electricity up to Rs ten,000 for a year on their agricultural electricity affiliation.

The theme are going to be effective from Gregorian calendar month 2018 charge month for the final class rural farmers.

This profit are going to be out there within the sort of grants through Direct profit transfer (DBT), confirmed officers of the Rajasthan executive department. The farmers can ought to pay the bill 1st, when that a most quantity of Rs 833 per month shall be deposited in their bank accounts, explained the officers.

The executive department has already issued orders to the facility distribution corporations in Jaipur, Ajmer and Jodhpur.

Meanwhile, former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has flayed Chief Minister Raje for her bid to "lure" farmers, language she is reminded of their problems once it's time for her "vidai" (departure).


She proclaimed free electricity for farmers solely when the Congress proclaimed to present free power to farmers at "Charbhuja Kisan Sammelan", he claimed.

"What's the which means of creating this ANnouncement an hour before the implementation of a code of conduct by this outgoing government?" Gehlot asked, adding: "Why she did not provide free electricity to farmers in her five-year tenure?"


He aforesaid in its five-year tenure, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government raised the electricity tariff 3 times and despite this, it didn't offer enough power to them.

"Farmers won't be lured by this announcement," he added.