To voice farmers’s plight MLA brings damaged Crop to house

Opposition corners govt on many issues including locust attack, crop damage power tariff

Jaipur: The Budget Session on Monday witnessed the Opposition trying to corner the treasury benches on some key issues. MLA Gyanchand Parakh raised the issue of crop damage replying to which revenue minister Harish Chodhary told the House that the crop damage in Rohat tehsil in Pali due to natural causes will be compensated as per NDRF-SDRF rules. Chodhary elaborated on reasons for delay in giving the compensation.

He said it was a lengthy procedure from Patwari to the govt level which was being expedited through making the entire process online. He assured that the farmers whose documents were already submitted will be immediately compensated after verification of the same through DBT.

Replying to a question on Rajsamand Medical College Health Minister Raghu Sharma clarified that the medical college there doesn’t qualify under MCI rules as the district already has a private medical college still the state govt has written to Central health minister and secretary and now the ball was in their court. RSRDC has been directed to prepare a DPR for the medical college informed Sharma.

Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati informed financial approval has been given to fill 920 academic and non-academic posts in government colleges of the state.