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Rajasthan Ministers to devote a day to public

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JAIPUR, JAN. 27 . In an attempt to make the administration more party-oriented and cadre-based in Rajasthan, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has asked the Ministers here to devote a day for listening to public grievances sitting in the party office. The party has made a schedule for all the members in the Council of Ministers led by Vasundhara Raje for five days a week though the Chief Minister herself is not in the schedule yet. On the first day of the `Sahayog' (cooperation) programme launched at the Sardar Patel Marg, state headquarter of the BJP, today it was the turn of the Education Minister, Ghanshyam Tiwari to listen to the vox populi. While Mr.Tiwari would attend to the public grievances on Tuesdays alone, on the rest of the days from Monday to Friday, two Ministers each would attend to the people.

On Wednesdays it is the turn of Narpat Singh Rajvi, the Industries Minister and Madan Dilwar, the Social Welfare Minister. On Thursday, Kirorilal Meena, the Food and Civil Supplies Minister and Yunus Khan, Youth and Sports Minister and on Fridays, the Irrigation Minister Sanwarlal Jat and Minister of State for Agriculture Minister, Prabhu Lal Saini will report to the party office.

On Monday it is the turn of the Public Works Department Minister, Gulab Chand Kataria and the Tribal Development Minister, Kanakmal Katara. "We have tried it out at the Centre. It is working well there. In future we would ask the Central Ministers from Rajasthan also to come to the State party headquarter to attend to public problems concerning their departments,'' Lalit Kishore Chaturvedi, the State BJP president said at a function organized to mark the formal launch of `Sahayog'.

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