PTI | Last Modified - Feb 23, 2012, 12:42 AM IST
Jaipur: Rajasthan ministers and parliamentary sectretaries, who are in charge of different districts, conducted public hearings to take feedback of government schemes across the state on Wednesday.
On the second day of a three-day special drive of feedback collection, the ministers visited various places and discussed with people the status of the programmes.
Rural Development Minister Mahendrajeet Singh Malvia conducted public hearing in Udaipur and took up 109 matters for hearing and directed officials to take appropriate action in the matters.
Minister of State for Education Naseem Akhtar Insaaf visited Bhilwara districts.
She said that due to welfare schemes and programmes of the state, facilities are being made available in rural areas.
Insaaf said that 11 model schools would be opened in Bhilwara district in near future to impart quality education.
Parliamentary Secretary Ramesh Meen took feedback in Bundi whereas MoS for Women and child development Manju Meghwal was in Sirohi and inaugurated a Rajiv Gandhi Seva Kendra in Sirohi besides taking ground-level feedback.
Industry Minister Rajendra Pareek, MoS Rajendra Singh Gudha, Parliamentary Secretary Jaideep Dudi and MoS Dayaram Parmar were on visit to Jodhpur, Dausa, Jhunjhunu and Banswara districts.