Jaipur Diary | Whisper of IAS reshuffle gains currency in Jaipur

In a unique initiative, goats in Banswara are set to receive their very own health cards for all their medical needs.
Jaipur Diary | Whisper of IAS reshuffle gains currency in Jaipur
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The corridors of power in Rajasthan are abuzz with whispers of an imminent bureaucratic shake-up. Sources revealed that ten top IAS officers, currently holding key positions appointed during the Ashok Gehlot government, might soon find themselves packing their bags. Insiders suggest that the transfer list was all set to drop right after the LS election results on June 4. However, it has hit a snag on the desks of none other than the CM and the Chief Secretary. This is reportedly a first in Rajasthan’s bureaucratic history – a change of government, and yet, six months later, the same officers appointed by the previous regime are still in control.

Even goats are getting fancy health cards

In a unique initiative, goats in Banswara are set to receive their very own health cards for all their medical needs. These cards will contain details such as vaccination records, seasonal diet plans, food quantities, and complete care routines. Farmers will know exactly what their goats need and when. Additionally, veterinary doctors can easily access the goats’ medical histories. This innovative project is starting with 20 to 30 goat-rearing farmers, spearheaded by Banswara District Collector, Dr. Indrajit Singh Yadav, who has tasked ‘Rajivika’ with its implementation.

Rumours on power centres in state BJP

Rumors are swirling that the BJP is in a tizzy over the Deputy CM’s post. The buzz is that a complaint has reached the party leadership about too many power centres causing chaos and confusion in the system and among workers. Rajasthan currently has three power centres thanks to Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma and his two Deputy CMs—Diya Kumari and Premchand Bairwa. The BJP’s move to placate the Brahmin, Rajput, and Dalit communities with these posts is backfiring, with workers unsure which leader to follow. Meanwhile, in Congress, state president Govind Singh Dotasara is stealing the spotlight with his unique style.

Rajesh Asnani
Our correspondent in Jaipur
rajesh.asnani@ newindianexpress.com

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