Civil rights activists in Rajasthan have demanded that Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot ought to announce a alleviation bundle for every day wage labourers to assist them mitigate the monetary burden bobbing up out of the coronavirus outbreak in India.
The demand comes in the backdrop of the bulletins made by using the kingdom governments in Kerala and Uttar Pradesh. The two governments have introduced monitory useful resource to each day wage labourers until the time this state of affairs improves.
In a press convention today, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath stated the authorities will pay Rs 1,000 every to 15 lakh each day wage labourers and 20.37 lakh development people to assist them meet their each day needs.
In their letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, the activists have sought comfort for labourers, senior residents and children.
Their needs include:
Rs 3,000 per month to be transferred into the debts of unorganised labours in rural and city areas until the time the state of affairs improves.
Bulk ration of six months to be provided.
Halt use of biometric gadget used for supplying ration at PDS shops.
Immediate disbursement of subsequent month's pension for senior citizens.
Make preparations for washing hands, cleaning soap and water at all public locations in city areas.