To be a part of the contest, people have to make a video of 30 to 120 seconds and upload it on at least two social media platforms with the hashtag #JanSammanJayRajasthan.
Assembly elections are going to be held in Rajasthan by the end of this year. The Congress government, on the other hand, has decided to project welfare schemes as the main election issue. In this sequence, the Rajasthan government will now give a cash prize of Rs 2.75 lakh per day to the content creators who make videos on government schemes.
Videos are to be made on various schemes of Rajasthan Government under ‘Jan Samman Video Competition’. In this, special emphasis will be given on 10 major schemes.
To be a part of the contest, people have to make a video of 30 to 120 seconds and upload it on at least two social media platforms with the hashtag #JanSammanJayRajasthan. After that the link of these social media posts will be uploaded on the official website jansamman.rajasthan.gov.in. Must be submitted. The government said through a video on Friday that a person can make videos on one or more schemes.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said in a video message on Friday that after the success of the dearness relief camps, about 1.8 crore families have registered themselves and I have traveled about 10,000 kms. This video contest will engage the public and prizes are also being given so that youth can make videos. The aim is to ensure that the remaining 15 lakh families also join the initiative. Gehlot said that apart from 10 schemes under dearness relief camps, people can also make videos on other government schemes.
What is Dearness Relief Camp?
The 10 schemes that beneficiaries can easily avail through dearness relief camps include gas cylinders for Rs 500, 100 units of electricity free per month for domestic consumers, 2,000 units of electricity per month free for agricultural consumers, NFSA beneficiaries Annapurna food packets, 25 days of additional employment under MGNREGA, 100 days of additional employment for special groups as well as opportunity to work for 125 days in a year under Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme, social security pension scheme Minimum pension of Rs 1,000 per month and an increase of 15 per cent every year. Accident insurance cover of Rs 25 lakh under Mukhyamantri Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana and insurance cover of Rs 40,000 per cattle for two milch cattle under Mukhyamantri Kamdhenu Pashu Bima Yojana.