Dholpur: State Chief Minister visited her hometown Dholpur on Friday to meet volunteering groups of the district that are endeavoring to make women of rural areas self-reliant, economically.
These groups are running campaigns titled ‘Krushi Sakhi’, ‘Pashu Sakhi ‘, and ‘Jan Sakhi’, under which thousands of women are being trained to use modern technology in the fields of farming, animal husbandry, dairy, and more. CM commended the efforts of these groups by stating that on the basis of sheer perseverance and hard work these groups are bringing rays of hope and improvement in rural lifestyle.
More than 52000 rural women from 562 villages of Dholpur district are connected through 12 women cooperative societies, 318 rural organizations and 4328 volunteering groups.
To aid the noble purpose CM has instructed President of Rajasthan River Basin Authority Shriram Vedire to connect these women self-help groups with water conservation works by providing them with sufficient training. She also directed Rajasthan Finance Commission Chairman Jyoti Kiran Shukla to come to Dholpur to generate proper reports of the works done by these gropus so that similar efforts can be made to empower the women of other districts.