Udaipur: As per the instructions of District Collector Tarachand Meena, camps are being organized by the Municipal Corporation at different places in the city to inform the laborers of Udaipur about various government schemes and benefit them. On Friday, an Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme camp was organized near Joganiya Mata Temple outside Kishanpole City Station. T he chief guest of the program was Jagdish Raj Shrimali, vice-chairman of the Rajasthan Labor Welfare Advisory Board. It was presided over by District Collector Tarachand Meena, and the special guest was Kuldeep Sharma, Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, and Additional District Sessions Judge. Workers participated enthusiastically in this camp organized under the joint aegis of Municipal Corporation, Labor Welfare Department, INTUC, Jag Vidya Trust, Aravali Nirman Mazdoor Suraksha Sangh, and Jan Daksha Trust. District Collector Tarachand Meena said that a maximum number of needy workers of the unorganized sector should register their applications in the Urban Employment Guarantee and start work as soon as possible; after joining the employment guarantee, they will get the benefits of all the schemes of the government. Chief Guest Jagdish Raj Shrimali Said that the most extensive system of the Rajasthan government is employing urban people through employment guarantee. Workers are directly connected with the schemes by organizing camps in the raw settlements of the Municipal Corporation area. This is a commendable effort. Expressing his views, Kuldeep Sharma, Secretary District Legal Services Authority, said that the District Legal Services Authority provides free legal aid to the people living on the poverty line, and the legal service is always ready to protect the rights of the citizens. Camp convenor Saurabh Gupta said that a maximum number of unorganized sector workers are linked with employment by making Indira Gandhi Urban Employment Guarantee job cards. In the same sequence, e-labor cards are directly connected by the Government of India in the camp, under which a security insurance scheme of up to Rs 2 lakh and a loan scheme under the Indira Gandhi Credit Scheme to start the industrialization of needy people.