"The NDA government should reconsider the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), which is against the spirit of the Constitution, and should come forward to withdraw it so that peace and harmony can be maintained," he said, addressing a dharna against the CAA and a proposed-NRC at the Shahid Smarak here.
Gehlot assured the protesters that the Congress and the state government were with them and if required, he would be the first to go to a detention centre.
The chief minister claimed that information on birthplace of parents was being sought for NPR.
"If I am not able to furnish the details, I too would be asked to live in a detention centre. You stay assured, if such situation comes then I would be the first to go there," Gehlot said.
The chief minister said that the BJP government in Assam has refused to implement NRC.
"It is the right of a government to make a law but a government should rule as per the sentiments of the people. Like Delhi's Shaheen bagh, protests are being held at many places across the country, including Rajasthan. The government should understand public sentiments," he said.
Gehlot said several chief ministers were against the CAA. "We want the Centre to reconsider its decision," he added.