The ongoing campaign for the assembly elections to be held in Rajasthan on November 25 came to an end on Thursday evening. Before this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a press conference in Jaipur. During this, he said that the next government in Rajasthan is going to be formed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Apart from this, he said, ‘The people of Rajasthan have created a mood for change. People have made up their mind to bid farewell to Congress.”
Amit Shah attacked the CM Ashok Gehlot led government in Rajasthan and alleged that the state government got completely failed in controlling riots. He said: “Appeasement politics is at its peak in Gehlot government. In the last 5 years, planned riots have taken place in Chhabra, Bhilwara, Karauli, Jodhpur, Chittorgarh, Nohar, Mewat, Malpura, Jaipur. Due to vote bank politics, Gehlot government did not take any concrete action against the rioters.”
Amit Shah further alleged that women are unsafe in Rajasthan under Congress rule.
“In the last 5 years, crime cases have been registered against more than 2 lakh women in Rajasthan. There were more than 35 thousand incidents of rape, more than 15 thousand incidents of rape of underage girls, 19 rape cases were reported every day in Rajasthan,” said Shah.
Amit Shah also mentioned the ‘red diary’ in his address to the press confernce.
Watch Amit Shah’s full address here:
“The red diary of Congress is a symbol of corruption. There have been many embezzlement cases here. Rs 2 crore 35 lakh and one kg gold has been found in the secretariat. Despite this, the water in the stomach of Gehlot government does not move,” he addded.
“The condition of farmers in Rajasthan is also bad. The Gehlot government, which came to power by promising loan waiver within 10 days, did not waive the loans of even 5 percent of the farmers in 5 years,” added Shah, attacking the Congress party on farmer’s issue.
Well, the assembly elections in Rajasthan are scheduled to take place on November 25, in a single phase, followed by the counting of votes and declaration of results on December 3.