Ahmedabad, jan 2020 :
Speaking on the occasion, he said that his government is committed to serve the poor and
the oppressed class and to make them stand on their own feet. He listed the steps taken
like Ganga Swarup Yojna for poor widows, Ma Amritam, medical treatment up to Rs.5-lakh,
600 ambulances for 108 Emergency Service, howsoever difficult the task may be.
He also mentioned about Garib Kalyan Mela and Seva Setu to provide services at the
people’s doorstep, eliminating middlemen. He also listed the government’s prohibition, cow
conservation, saving 25,000 birds during kite flying, girls’ education, housing for every
family and irrigation water for every field.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today distributed assistive kits
worth Rs.1-crore to 393 beneficiaries organised by the district administration at the J.M.
Vinay Mandir at Chorwad in Junagadh district. He personally handed over the kits to 33
Mr. Rupani inaugurated the medical camp organised in the Lok Sabha constituency of
Junagadh’s Member of Parliament Rajeshbhai Chudasma.
The Chief Minister said that his government is keen to develop tourism along its 1,600-km
long coastline. He had discussion with Tourism and Fisheries Minister Jawahar Chavda to
develop Chorwad beech and it proved positive.
Mr. Jawahar Chavda said the Gujarat Government is sensitive to the people’s issues from
birth to death, like eradicating children’s malnutrition, free education and sending youth
abroad for higher studies.
Mr. Rajeshbhai Chudasma said the Hawa Mahal at Chorwad as a tourist place is also on
the agenda. He said reviving the canal network in the region was notable.
District Collector Saurabh Parghi welcomed the guests and District Development Officer
Pravin Chaudhry proposed a vote of thanks.
Others present on the occasion included MLA Devabhai Malam, District Panchayat
President Sejabhai Karamta, BJP District President Kiritbhai Patel, State Seeds
Corporation Chairman Rajshibhai Jotva, ex-Minister Jashabhai Barad, among others.