This is how Rajyavardhan Singh “Ra_THORe” became a Superhero for Jaipur Rural


Ex-army man, Olympian, and Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is hugely popular among the youth of Rajasthan as well as of India. But now, Rajyavardhan Singh “Ra_THORe” is a superhero for rural Jaipur.

Rajasthan Bharatiya Janata Party president Madan Lal Saini has tweeted today, tagging re-electoral candidate Rajyavardhan, whose twitter handle is “Ra_THORe” (any Shahrukh and Avengers fan here?)-


The animated video features ex-army serviceman as a superhero who has changed the living standards of rural Jaipur by providing basic infrastructure and necessary development.

Video informs that under Rajyavardhan’s tenure rural Jaipur has been received 3 indoor stadiums, 17 small stadiums, 193 playgrounds and 46 open gyms with a total budget of Rs. 32 Crore.

Further, the animated clip made by BJP Rajasthan suggests, roads and highway spreading has been done by 4468 Kilometers with Rs 1749 Crore budget.

Rs 707Cr rupees has been spent on electrification in the rural areas which include- 81 thousand domestic connections, 5581 Agri-connections, 3000 BPL connections, and 27 sub-station of 33KV Grid.

The journey of Ra_THORe: from Colonel to people’s representative

Rajyavardhan Rathore served in the army for 23 years [1990-2013]. As part of his stint in the army, he held prestigious appointments and served in the anti-insurgency operations in J&K and other active areas

Col Rajyavardhan Rathore represented the country in the Olympics sport of shooting. He won 25 international medals at various championships for Double Trap Shooting. He was the first Indian, post-independence, to win individual Silver Medal at Athens Olympics in 2004.

He was awarded Padma Shri, Ati Vishisth Seva Medal, Arjuna Award and Khel Ratna Award for his exceptional services to army and sports.

In 2013, Col Rajyavardhan Rathore took voluntary retirement from the military to serve the nation as people’s representative

Rathore joined Bharatiya Janata Party and elected to 16th Lok Sabha from Jaipur (Rural) and sworn in as the Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting in
November 2014.

In September 2017, he was given additional charge of Minister of State (I/C) for Youth Affair and Sports. In May 2018, he became Minister of State (I/C) for Information & Broadcasting.

This political superhero can stun anyone by his sharp political perceptions and approach to the people.


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