Rishi Kapoor requests Modi to focus more on free education, healthcare and pension plans in India

Well known super star Rishi Kapoor, who is presently in New York for his treatment, made a special request to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and other ministers including Smriti Irani and Arun Jaitley, to work firmly on getting free education, medical facilities and pension plans all over the country.

The veteran star, who has been in US for quite some time, recently made a special post on his personal Insta handle after Bharatiya Janata Party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's gigantic win in the Lok Sabha polls 2019.

Rishi wrote, "My sincerest wish, desire and request to the re-elected @BJP4India @arunjaitley @smritiirani and the honourable PM @narendramodi ji. Please work upon getting India free Education, Medical, Pension etc..It’s difficult but if you start working on today,we will achieve one day!'.

In his another tweet, he wrote, "After seeing the graduations happening here and hearing about specialised treatments in Hospitals, why can only the few avail/afford these. After all most doctors and teachers here in the US are Indians. @BJP4India @arunjaitley @smritiirani and the PM @narendramodi ji.Jai Hind."

In his final tweet, the superb actor highlighted that literacy in India possesses more vitality than demonetization, cow slaughter prohibition and anti secularism, amongst other matters.

"After all, this is the India we Indians want to see and the whole world envy. Literacy will give the educated youth decent jobs and the sick a full life. A true Democracy-a chance. Demonetisation, cow slaughter ban, anti secular etc...are no answers in my humble opinion! Jai Hind," he tweeted.

Now the actor also talked about his physical condition. The senior artist also expressed thanks towards his family and buffs for their love and back up all through the treatment and stated "My eighth month of treatment started on May 1 in the US. But God has been kind! I am in remission."

Rishi Kapoor requests Modi to focus more on free education, healthcare and pension plans in India

by Mamatha Reddy | Tue, May 28 - 02:33 PM

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