PM Narendra Modi reached Nagaur, Rajasthan on Saturday, where he attacked Congress party and CM Ashok Gehlot over several issues. He even mentioned the ‘Red Diary’ which is making noise in the poll-bound state. PM Modi said that CM Ashok Gehlot’s own son is claiming that his father’s government isn’t repeating in the state.
“Rajasthan’s Red Diary has been in the news for the last several months. In Red Diary, Congress’s own leader has written the story of misgovernance of Congress in full detail. That is why the Chief Minister’s own son is ready to give it in writing that his father’s government will not come this time,” said PM Modi.
“In Rajasthan, Congress has given you nothing but betrayal at every step in the last 5 years. Congress gave you a misruled government here. Congress gave you a corrupt and scam-filled government here. Where the life of a common man is not safe, where sisters and daughters are not safe. Congress has brought Rajasthan to that turning point,” added PM Modi.
Further, PM Modi urged the people of Nagaur to vote in favour of BJP by saying that the BJP has made a record increase in the MSP in the last 9 years of wheat, paddy, pulses or oilseeds. “Rajasthan BJP has taken a big resolution regarding the MSP of wheat,” said PM Modi.
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“Modi continues to fulfill all the guarantees to the poor like permanent house, electricity, gas connection and tap water. Those who have not yet got this facility, you people should tell them that now the BJP government is about to come, and it is Modi’s guarantee that now every poor will get the benefit of every scheme,” said PM Modi praising his governance.
PM Modi also took a jibe at CM Ashok Gehlot and former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot’s relation by saying that top leaders from Delhi come here to organise handshake programmes between the two leaders.
“Handshake programs take place frequently in Rajasthan. For the Chief Minister and another leader who wants to become the Chief Minister, big leaders come from Delhi and shake hands in front of the camera. A century of handshakes has happened in 5 years, but their reconciliation has not happened. There is sourness in the heart, but these people are pretending to join hands,” said 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.