CM Gehlot Urges PM Modi for Nationwide Implementation of Social Security Schemes (CM Gehlot Hoists Tricolour)
Jaipur, August 15 (City Times): (CM Gehlot Hoists Tricolour) On the momentous occasion of the 77th Independence Day, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot extended a fervent appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging the implementation of comprehensive social security schemes across the entire nation.
Gehlot, who proudly unfurled the Tricolour for the 15th time in Jaipur, took the opportunity to showcase the achievements and initiatives of his government. He asserted, “Our schemes have garnered attention on a nationwide scale.”
The Chief Minister highlighted the numerous welfare programs that have been rolled out, one after another, to uplift the public. He notably mentioned the enactment of the Minimum Income Scheme Guarantee Act, which addresses social security concerns. Gehlot earnestly called upon PM Modi to extend the Social Security Act to encompass the entire country.
Further emphasizing the significance of women’s safety, Gehlot asserted, “Strict provisions will be introduced in the law to deny government jobs to those who molest women and girls. Similar to the way photographs of habitual offenders are displayed in police stations, records will be maintained for individuals involved in such acts.” (CM Gehlot Hoists Tricolour)
In a strong demonstration of commitment to citizens’ welfare, Gehlot detailed various initiatives undertaken by the state government. He outlined the provision of government jobs to the children of those who lost their lives during the Covid pandemic. The Chief Minister underscored the emphasis on social security, highlighting the Chiranjeevi Yojana, which offers insurance coverage up to Rs 25 lakh. Compensation of up to Rs 40,000 for cows affected by Lumpi was also mentioned.
Radiating pride in the trust bestowed upon him by the people of Rajasthan, Gehlot expressed his sense of responsibility as the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister went on to unveil developmental plans for the state, including the filling of the Ramgarh Dam as part of the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP). The project, encompassing various districts, aims to provide vital drinking water supply to multiple blocks. (CM Gehlot Hoists Tricolour)
Gehlot announced an enhancement in the Chiranjeevi Jeevan Rakshak Yojana, which aids road accident victims. Furthermore, he highlighted initiatives for women’s empowerment and digital inclusion, detailing the Indira Gandhi Smartphone Yojana, which aims to distribute smartphones to millions of girls and women.
The Chief Minister concluded by unveiling a special honor, the ‘Rajasthan Police Panchsati Medal,’ to mark the 75th anniversary of Rajasthan Police. He also disclosed improvements in the police department’s promotion process.
In his address, Chief Minister Gehlot showcased a blend of social welfare and developmental endeavors, capturing the essence of Rajasthan’s progress and commitment to its citizens’ well-being.