Jaipur, The Chief Minister Smt. Vasundhara Raje has directed the officials of Water Resources and PHED to prepare an integrated plan for water management so that drinking water supply is ensured throughout the year and hydro-electricity could be generated according to the local requirements through small hydel projects. She also directed the officials to prepare state water grid plan under ambitious scheme of connecting rivers and other water bodies in the state. 
 Smt. Raje visited Mahi dam in Banswara district during her ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ programme on Wednesday. She directed that a joint team of officials from Irrigation, Water Resources and Energy Department should be formed and separate maps should be prepared after assessing the availability of water to meet the requirements of drinking, irrigation & power generation in the flow area of Mahi and Chambal rivers.
Good Days Will Come (Acche Din Ayenge), But All Should Have to Work Hard:
While addressing people at Senior Secondary School, Ghatol the Chief Minister said to bring Acche Din (good days) all should have to work hard especially government employees and officers. She said that if hard work was done for two years, results would be visible in the third & fourth year and the state would move ahead on the path to development. She said we do not have magic-stick in our hands that we could change everything in a day. People have to be patient for the change. She said situation would not have been like this if people had been heard by the governments during the previous sixty years.
Smt. Raje said that she would be happy if problems were being solved at the local level and there was no rush during Public Hearing. She asked that why people have to reach to the Chief Minister for their little things? She asked officials to take this seriously.
Bank To Reach Women:
The Chief Minister said that her government had started 'Bhamashah Scheme' to make women self-reliant. She said that all eligible women should get Bhamashah Card and open bank account to get the benefits of various schemes. She said that state government was taking special care of women. If a village does not had bank or a woman could not go to the bank, bank officials would come to her home to open account, she informed.
Self employment need of the hour:
Smt. Raje said the government would fulfill the promise of providing employment to 15 lakh youth, and for this youth would be trained for private sector through Livelihood Mission. She said everyone could not get government job so youth should get trained for private sector and opt for self-employment as it was the need of the time.
Fair Price Shops to get modern:
The Chief Minister said her government would modernize 27,000 fair price shops in the state, so that people could get other goods of daily need along with ration material under one roof. Efforts would be made to make available fertilizer, seeds and mini bank facility in these shops, she added.
Clean your home yourself:
Smt. Raje said that for change “we have to start from our home. First, we have to clean our home. Then, we have to clean our shop”. She said that we should not be ashamed of cleaning outside our home and shops. Then only, we would be able to justify the dream of Clean Rajasthan.  
Smt. Raje on her way to Ghatol made a sudden visit to Maa-Bari Kendra (Day-Care Centre) in Dagala village of Talwara Panchayat Samiti, Banswara. She stayed for 30 minutes in the centre and asked Khushi, Mitesh, Govind students of first and second class about table and counting to assess the mental level of the children studying in this day-care centre. She also asked students to read lessons loudly.
At this day-care centre Smt. Raje tasted Daal-Roti prepared for the children and finding it sub-standard she asked for changing the cook. She talked to teachers about the education of the students.
The Chief Minister also met a group of pilgrims going to Ramdevara. While talking to these pilgrims she said she had deep faith in Lokdevta Ramsa Peer and asked them to offer prayer from her side.
Smt. Raje made sudden inspection of a hostel at Senawasa village in Banswara district. The hostel is still under construction even though Rs. 23 lakh has been spent against the sanctioned amount Rs. 20 lakh by the Social Welfare Department. The constuction of the hostel had started in the year 2004.
The Chief Minister asked district collector to prepare a list of such old buildings which are lying unused or not worth using. She also asked to mark the water tanks which were not being used after construction. She said it was clearly misuse of public funds which would not be tolerated. She also asked collector to prepare a detailed report in this regard.
The Chief Minister also made sudden inspection of the government secondary school at Padoli Gordhan and asked district education officer to construct new rooms in place the shabby rooms of the building.
Empowered Girl, Empowered Rajasthan Poster Unveiled
The Chief Minister also unveiled a poster titled "Empowered Girl, Empowered Rajasthan". 

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