Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has taken a big decision even before the fourth phase of lockdown ends. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has decided to operate special buses free of bone immersion for people who died due to various reasons after the implementation of the lockdown in Rajasthan.
Ashok Gehlot, while presiding over a high-level review meeting with officials at the CM residence on Friday, said that on the request of the state government, the Uttarakhand government has given consent for the movement of buses for bone immersion. This will enable the bereaved family to visit the bone immersion sites easily.
During this period, Ashok Gehlot said that efforts are also being made to get the consent of the Uttar Pradesh government. For bone immersion, two or three members of any family will be able to travel free on these special buses.
Giving information in this regard, Additional Chief Secretary Udyog Subodh Agrawal said that now four or five buses will be operated daily from Rajasthan to Haridwar and other bone immersion sites. Subodh Aggarwal informed that these buses will be initially operated from the divisional headquarters of the state and then from the district headquarters as required.
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