Chief minister Vasundhara Raje, on Tuesday, underlined the importance of promoting the heritage of Shekhawati region. During the ‘Mukhyamantri Jan Samvad’ organised at Jhunjhunu-based JJT University, Raje said that several towns of the area, including Nawalgarh, Ramgarh, Fatehpur, and Alsisar have valuable heritage which is yet not fully explored. Information about these heritage sites should be uploaded online in order to get a global recognition.While talking about the achievements of the state government in the region, Raje said that a water pipeline has been established under Kumbharam Lift Canal from Taranagar to Malsisar. This was a Rs 172 crore project which took four years to complete. She instructed the officials of Public Health Department to find a solution to the irregular availability of water in Malsisar. She asked them to consult the residents of the area for the same.Furthermore, the chief minister instructed the officials of Public Works Department to identify the broken small roads and outline a project of development of the same in Jhunjhunu, in next 10 days. During the public meeting, she said that the state government, in addition to building large roads, is also focused on connecting the towns through small roads. The roads which need re-work, expansion or renewal will be identified. In addition to this, she instructed the Chief Medical Health Officer of Jhunjhunu to keep a proper check on the Public Health Centres of the area. This came after a complaint was filed regarding two out of five positions being vacant in the PHC. The complaint also elaborated that the doctors in PHCs were not available during their duty hours.
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