Gehlot launches 4th state finance commission's website

Rajasthan's finance commission is the country's first commission to have website on which people can post their suggestions

PTI | November 1, 2011



Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Monday launched the website of the fourth state finance commission here.

The state's finance commission is the country's first commission to have website on which people can post their suggestions.

Profile, organisational structure, functioning of the commission and reports of previous finance commissions have been made available online through the website, an official said.

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