All the parties are campaigning vigorously for the Rajasthan Assembly elections. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Sunday, arrived in Bharatpur to address an election rally. With this rally, PM Modi tried to dominate his party on 19 seats of Bharatpur division. While addressing the public meeting, PM Modi fiercely targeted the Congress party by mentioning the ‘Red Diary’.
“The pages of the red diary of dark deeds of Congress have started opening. 4 pages of red diary, not less than 40 pages. Some people say, there is also a son’s confession in Lal Diary. The son himself is saying that father’s government will not be repeated. In the pages of this red diary that have come out, it is written that how the magician government handed over Rajasthan to the mining mafia,” said PM Modi.
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PM Modi also took a jibe at Congress CM Ashok Gehlot by saying that those who call themselves jaadugar (magician), there government is going to choo-mantar on December 3.
“On one hand, India is becoming a leader in the world. On the other hand, you all know what happened in Rajasthan in the last 5 years. Congress has made Rajasthan a leader in corruption, riots and crimes. That’s why Rajasthan is saying – Magician ji, why don’t you get votes?,” said PM Modi in Bharatpur.
Further attacking the Congress party, PM Modi said: “Wherever Congress comes, terrorists, criminals and rioters go unchecked. Appeasement is everything for Congress. Congress can go to any extent for appeasement, even if it means putting your life at stake.”
Talking upon Dalit’s welfare, PM Modi mentioned the appointment of country’s first Dalit Chief Information Commissioner, Hiralal Samaria, who belongs to Deeg village of Rajasthan. PM Modi also attacked Congress over alleged increase in atrocities against Dalits in the state.
“New records of atrocities are being created against Dalits under the Congress rule. Congress is anti-Dalit by nature,” said PM Modi.
“Congress did not like the appointment of a talented Dalit officer. Congress cannot see a Dalit officer reaching a high position. This is the same Congress which opposed Ramnath Kovind ji, which always insulted Baba Saheb Ambedkar,” added PM Modi.
Well, the elections in Rajasthan are scheduled to take place on November 25, in a single phase, to elect members of 200-seat state legislative assembly. This will be followed by counting of votes and declaration of results on December 3.