With the approval of shifting the Mavli-Marwar scale from Nathdwara to Devgarh Madriya, the long standing demand of the district has been fulfilled.
Describing it as a Republic Day gift to the people, Kumari said that the approval of this project will enhance tourism and business prospects in the region and will create more jobs and opportunities.
As per the request from the Ministry of Railways, the first phase of the 82.52 km gauge diversion of railway track from Nathdwara to Devgarh Madriya in Rajsamand Parliamentary constituency will be carried out at a whopping cost of Rs 968.92 crore, she said.
This was one of the major assurances made by the MP during the Lok Sabha elections and he has been making tireless efforts for this scale conversion.
The MP said that the Modi government has fulfilled the decades-long wait as the project has been under discussion for the past 30 years, adding that the Mewar district, which is known for its historical and spiritual sites, as well as its marble industry, will benefit many. of people including pilgrims and tourists who visit. This will also give impetus to work in the area.
Meanwhile, there is widespread euphoria in Rajsamand’s circle because of this decision.
Speaking to the media, she also expressed her displeasure with the Jahlut government and said that issues such as the leaking of papers and the atrocities committed by women shake this country.
“The country has become a capital of rape, a capital of leaking papers, and a capital of unemployment. Also the tariff of electricity and petrol is the highest here, so the common men are in agony. There is no regular power source for the farmers for irrigation because they are facing Blues,” she said.
She added that while the central government is working to remove the challenges faced by the people, the Jahlut government appears to be sitting with folded hands.
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