Game room decorations for the family’s home, including coffee table decor, are the next step in making the family comfortable, says Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje.
She has inaugurated a series of five game room decoratements across the state, adding that the move will be implemented across the country.
“We are committed to making home decorateement more fun, relaxing and attractive.
We have launched these five games room decorates.
There will be at least 30 games room decorations and we will be sending them to the district level.
We are looking at bringing this project to the national level,” Raje said.
She also announced a programme for home decor, in which she has ordered that at least 50 per cent of the family furniture and furniture accessories should be purchased in the next two years, adding a large portion of the furniture will be manufactured locally.
“My department has launched the ‘Mannikar Gajakhi’, where we will buy at least 60 per cent, and at least 100 per cent from manufacturers in the state,” Rajean said.
“Our plan is to get this furniture from manufacturers and send it to the market in the coming two years.
We will have 100 per, 100 per per per cent production from the beginning of next year,” she said.
The chief minister has also directed that at present, 50 per a person, the household should have two beds.
“This will be changed to a three-bed arrangement,” Rajes, who is the youngest chief minister in the country, said.