Water Conservation Becomes the Centralized Theme of Collector SP Conference Day 4

Under MJSA phase II, Rajasthan government intends to construct/repair 35,000 rainwater collection reservoirs in 4200 villages and 66 cities.
On the last day of Rajasthan SP collector conference, chief minister Raje instructed the water department officers to wind up this project before the onset of monsoons in the state.
More workers and engineers will be involved in this project so they can finish the pending projects in two shifts.
Wealth started pouring in from all sections of the society.
Gradually, everyone including students, cops, soldiers, NGOs, NCC cadets, private firms, businessmen and religious bodies joined India’s biggest public rainwater harvesting drive.
Following this, many esteemed officers of state, including the cabinet ministers, chief secretary, additional chief secretaries, district collectors, senior police officers and other key officials of the state fell into her footsteps and volunteered to donate their monthly salaries.
CM Raje’s Advice to State Officers on the Last Day of Collector SP Conference… Speed up construction in Phase II Considering that MJSA phase I completed before time—all thanks to swift planning, monitoring and use of advanced technology, Raje advised the officers to maintain this pace in the second phase, as well.
She advised the officers to keep an eye on fund collection, reservoir construction, waste disposal, restoration of bawdis and mass plantation of trees.
The officers of water works department exchanged novel ideas and technologies to make MJSA a huge success in Rajasthan.
This is how the 4-day collector SP conference in Rajasthan concluded with CM Raje setting goals for various departments.

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