In the budget year 2023-24, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has revealed plans to establish 10 new hostels aimed at benefiting minority communities across nine districts in Rajasthan. These districts include Udaipur, Bikaner, Bundi, Sikar, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhunjhunu, Nagaur, and Sawai Madhopur. The hostels are designed to accommodate students, with Udaipur's facility having the capacity for 100 students, while the others will have 50 seats each. This move aims to provide educational opportunities and support to minority students in these regions.
Furthermore, the government's initiatives extend to Bikaner and Ajmer districts, where plans are underway to create biological parks. In addition, the renowned Jaipur Zoo is set to undergo transformation into a dedicated bird sanctuary. Specifically, Bikaner's zoo will serve as both a rescue center and a bird sanctuary. To fund these endeavors, the government has granted a substantial financial allocation of Rs. 20 crore. These ventures reflect a commitment to enhancing wildlife preservation and fostering ecological diversity in the region.
Another significant endeavor on the government's agenda involves the establishment of a cybercrime investigation center within the premises of the Rajasthan Police Academy (RPA). This proactive step aims to provide citizens with protection against online fraud and to bolster the efforts in investigating cybercrimes. Chief Minister Gehlot has wholeheartedly endorsed this initiative by allocating a substantial budget of Rs. 11.73 crore. This investment underscores the commitment to countering digital threats and ensuring the safety of the populace in the realm of cyberspace.