She asked the people to not give mandate to the Congress, which has ruled the country for 50 years "on the basis of lies".
The scheme was initially conceptualised in 2007-08 during Raje's first tenure as CM and Rs 160 crore were transferred to 29 lakh women card holders.
But it could not reach them because the scheme was scrapped after Congress came to power after 2008 elections.
Addressing the tribal voters of the region, Raje highlighted that the Congress failed to do anything for them despite winning several state and general elections.
She informed that the state government will for the first time celebrate the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples on August 9.
The Raje government has declared a holiday in the tribal area on the day.
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