Rishi Kapoor makes three requests from re-elected PM Modi and we urge for same; don’t we?

After the Namo-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, veteran actor Rishi Kapoor on Monday midnight urged the re-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other top brass of BJP to implement three things going forward.

In a series of tweets, Rishi Kapoor suggested the new government to work on introducing free education, medical, pension schemes in India.

While Rishi realises that it is not going to be an easy feat to achieve overnight, but he insists that if the seeds are sown today, then perhaps some day this dream can become a reality.

The actor, who is undergoing medical treatment in New York since September last year, pointed out the most doctors and teachers in the US are Indians. Only few are able to avail or afford the specialised treatments in hospitals.

The 66-year-old actor further stressed on the importance of free education in-turn decent jobs to the youth. He insisted the government to pay attention on these three things with the utmost priority in order to maintain true democracy instead of taking anti-secular steps.

Meanwhile, the veteran actor is being visited by many influential people from Bollywood in the last few months. In the last month alone, the actor and his wife Neetu have been visited by Bollywood diva Deepika Paduoke, Shah Rukh Khan, Vicky Kaushal, Boman Irani, Filmmaker Rajkummar Hirani and Karan Johar.

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