Before the elections, CM Gehlot made these three demands from the Modi government


Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has once again placed his three demands before the Central Government. CM Gehlot has made these demands before the Modi government in the inauguration program of the newly constructed Oxygen City Park in Kota on Wednesday.

During this, he said that under social security in Rajasthan, about 1 crore people are being given a minimum pension of Rs 1000. Now the Central Government should implement the Right to Social Security Act in the country, so that uniform social security can be provided.

Under the second demand, he said that the State Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme (free treatment up to Rs 25 lakh) should be implemented in the country. So that the poor and needy do not have to go into debt for treatment. 

He said that under Indira Gandhi Gas Subsidy Scheme, gas cylinders are being made available in the state for just Rs 500. After our scheme, the Central Government has reduced the price by Rs 200, whereas like Rajasthan, gas cylinder should be available only for Rs 500.