Corona: Rajasthan struggling with economic crisis, CM Gehlot issues orders to control expense

Jaipur: Corona infection in the country is not taking the name of stopping. The economy has also been affected due to Corona. Governments are making many efforts to deal with it. The Gehlot government of Rajasthan is also trying to control its expenses to deal with the economic crisis.

State CM Ashok Gehlot has also issued an order regarding this. According to the order, to collect money in the war against the coronavirus epidemic, the Rajasthan government has banned the purchase of any new vehicle and any new equipment in the state. With this, officers and leaders will have to travel in the economic class at the moment. Not only this, but no new offices will also be created in the state till further orders. All types of seminars will be held online and no state banquet of any kind will be held.

According to the order, only 70 percent of the budget will be spent in the purchase and printing of government papers. Along with this, the expenditure against the approved provision in PoL item will also be limited to 90 percent. According to the order, the visits for official work will be kept to a minimum. More and more meetings will be conducted through video conferencing.

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