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Jaipur Mayor administers oath to street vendors for cleanliness, distributes loans under Antodaya-20

On the occasion of the 132nd birth anniversary of Bhimrab Ambedkar, “Antodaya-20” programme was organized at Sanganer Stadium on Friday in which loans and IDs were distributed to 5000 street vendors. A dinner programme for 20000 street vendors was also organized in which Dr. Somya also had her dinner sitting with street vendors.

Jaipur Mayor administers oath to street vendors for cleanliness, distributes loans under Antodaya-20

In the program, loans were distributed to 5,200 street vendors under PM-Svanidhi Yojana. Along with this, loans were distributed to 50 small businessmen under Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, as well as ID cards were distributed to street vendors on the spot.

Addressing the street vendors present in the pandal, Soumya Gurjar said that “Antodaya-20” should be organized on the lines of “G-20”, so that the person in the last row can take the path of social harmony as well as development.

Such efforts are needed to bring the backward classes into the mainstream. She said that by keeping in mind the spirit of “Bahujan Hitay: Bahujan Sukhayah”, the dream of development for all will come true. The greeting message sent by Honorable Governor and Honorable Chief Minister was also read out in the programme. Mayor Dr. Somya Gurjar administered the oath of office to the members of the Town Vending Committee and also presented mementos of the Constitution’s motto.

Oath for cleanliness

Somya Gurjar administered the oath of cleanliness and not using banned single use plastic. Addressing all the street vendors, Saumya said that do not spread garbage where you set up a stall, keep it clean and explain to the customers to bring cloth bags. 

Somya said in a stern tone that strict action should be taken against those who spread garbage in the city. Dr. Somya told all the street vendors that even after the arrival of the hopper, photographs of those who throw garbage on the road should be taken and their challans should also be issued.

Include millets like Bajra, Jowar

While discussing the International Year of Millets, Saumya said that we have to return to our ancient traditions and include millets like bajra, jowar etc. in our diet.

Mayor Dr. Somya Gurjar called upon all the street vendors and said that on the occasion of May 1st Labor Day, give 2 hours to make Jaipur Greater clean and beautiful. She said that all of you should give your participation by joining the cleanliness campaign.

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