Gehlot asks PM Modi to implement social security schemes pan-India

Jaipur: On the occasion of the 77th Independence Day, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to implement the social security schemes throughout the nation.

Gehlot hoisted the Tricolor for the 15th time here. While enumerating the schemes and achievements of his government, the Chief Minister said, “Our schemes are being discussed across the country.

“We have given one by one schemes for public welfare. Minimum Income Scheme Guarantee Act has been implemented for social security. PM Narendra Modi should implement the Social Security Act across the country.”

The Chief Minister said, “We are also paying attention to women’s safety. Those who molest women and girls will not get government jobs. For this we are going to make provisions in the law. Just like the photographs of history-sheeters are posted in the police stations, in the same way, records will be kept of those who molest women.”

Gehlot said, “The government jobs are being given to the children of those who died during the Covid pandemic. We have paid special attention to social security. Insurance up to Rs 25 lakh is available in Chiranjeevi Yojana. We have given compensation up to Rs 40,000 per cow that died because of Lumpi. The people of the state trusted me and entrusted me with the responsibility of CM, I feel that responsibility. Today the Rajasthan model is being praised all over the world.”

“With the aim of women empowerment and reducing the digital divide in the state, under the Indira Gandhi Smartphone Yojana, 40 lakh girls and women are being given smartphones in the first phase. In the next phase of this scheme, according to the budget announcement, about one crore more women will be given smartphones,” said the CM.

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