On Monday, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra addressed a public rally in poll bound state Rajasthan. She was in Jahazpur. There, Priyanka Gandhi fiercely attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and alleged of snatching public properties by the central government.
“My brothers and sisters, think! It is up to you to decide whether to stop the relief you are getting or let it continue. Today, the time has come for you to talk about your rights. Because your property is being snatched away by the BJP government at the Center and Narendra Modi ji,” said Priyanka Gandhi.
सोच लीजिए… यह फैसला आपको लेना है कि जितनी राहत मिल रही है, उसे बंद करना है या चलने देना है।
आज समय आ गया है कि आप अपने अधिकारों की बात करें।
क्योंकि आपकी संपत्ति केंद्र की BJP सरकार और नरेंद्र मोदी जी छीन रहे हैं।
— Congress (@INCIndia) November 20, 2023
“The policy of Congress is – In democracy, the government does not have a single rupee, all the property belongs to the people of the country. So our schemes are all about putting money in your pocket. BJP’s policy is to give all the wealth of the country to its big industrialist friends. That’s why PM Modi forgives crores of rupees of his industrialist friends, but does not forgive the loans of farmers,” added Priyanka Gandhi.
Further, Priyanka Gandhi took a jibe at PM Modi over his promise (often claimed by opposition parties) of giving 2 crore jobs a year. She said: “Keep in mind how many announcements BJP leaders made and how many of them were fulfilled. Modi ji himself had said – will provide 2 crore jobs, farmers’ income will double, the country will progress. If this is so then why are farmers, poor, labourers and employees worried under BJP governments? ”
Watch full speech here:
Before Priyanka Gandhi, the rally was also addressed by senior Congress leader and former Deputy CM of Rajasthan, Sachin Pilot, who also attacked BJP of doing politics of religion. Pilot said: “BJP does politics of religion and divided you to seek votes. But you only know who always says ‘Ram Ram Sa’, it’s me.”
Well, the upcoming state 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.