JAIPUR: The Vasundhara Raje government would celebrate its one year in power on Saturday. The government has made massive preparations for the bash, which the BJP claimed would be attended by nearly two lakh people. The event would, however, be bereft of top BJP leaders from the Centre.
The stage has been set at Janpath in front of Vidhan Sabha. Transport minister Nitin Gadkari would inaugurate an 87-km long road project connecting Padi in Banswara to Dahod in Gujarat on NH-113. Power minister Piyush Goyal and state ministers would share the dais with chief minister Raje.
Heavy security arrangements have been made with barricading on the Janpath and nearby areas. Policemen from all over the state have been brought for deployment around the city. The celebrations would begin with the chief minister paying floral tributes to martyrs at Amar Jawan Jyoti outside SMS Stadium at 11 am.
Raje would later inaugurate an exhibition of works accomplished by her government in past one year as well as plans for next four years at the Ramlila Maidan. A musical night 'Jayantika' has also been organized at the Albert Hall. Over 4,000 state police personnel would remain deployed at the three venues.