The Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, has received accolades for his kindness in meeting children whose parents died from the COVID pandemic.
Jaipur: The Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, has received accolades for his kindness in meeting children whose parents died from the COVID pandemic. According to reports, the 71-year-old Congress leader was reported to have met the children at his residence, where a luncheon and other events were planned. As per the news agency, about 200 kids were present there.
Gehlot released more pictures from the occasion in a tweet at the same time. “Took an update from the kids when interacting with them on the COVID problem.” The Rajasthan chief minister stated in Hindi, “The children expressed gratitude to the state government for the assistance.”Officials have been instructed to restore the process for Janadhar cards so that kids and their family members can avail benefits of all related schemes.”
Several arrangements of cultural programmes were also made during the event, such as dance and singing performances, magic shows, band performances, and so on. Apart from these, many other multiple activities also took place two days ahead of Diwali. The CM enjoyed games with children, shared lunch with them, and distributed gifts.
Over 5 lakh people are expected to have died in the country in the last two years as a result of the spread of the COVID pandemic.
The COVID deaths have left many people orphaned. A huge number of persons became jobless across the country, and people are still feeling the backlash and pain of the deadly pandemic.