Rajasthan: BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Sunday took a jibe at Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot saying that the Rajasthan government loots people and has broken all records of atrocities against Dalits, tribals, and women.
The statement come following the launch of the ‘Nahi Sahega Rajasthan’ campaign by JP Nadda in an attempt to build a strong ground for BJP.
Party leaders warmly welcomed Nadda at the Jaipur airport. State party chief CP Joshi, leader of the opposition Rajendra Rathore, deputy leader of the opposition Satish Poonia, and other prominent figures were present to receive him.
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Addressing the gathering, BJP national president JP Nadda said, “We are trying to protect the culture and do development work, but there is an obstacle in that development, that is oppression, tyranny, favouritism and corruption within the Rajasthan government by CM Ashok Gehlot.”
“Sending money to Delhi, killing part of the poor, openly encouraging corruption and creating new records of corruption. This is the trick character of Gehlot government’s work,” BJP president thundered.
“The Congress government ruined the future of lakhs of youth of Rajasthan and now a former minister of the Congress government is fighting the case of the paper leak accused,” said Nadda.
“Congress government is a government that loots, tortures and brings bad governance. Such a government does not have the right to remain even for a minute and I am sure that you will show the way out to this government in the coming November,” he said.
Nadda criticized the Gehlot government in Rajasthan, pointing out the unfulfilled promise made by Rahul Gandhi to waive off the loans of farmers. Contrary to the pledge, Nadda stated that the government resorted to confiscating the land of 19,500 farmers, which further highlighted the discrepancy between the promise and its implementation.
“However, in the BJP-led UPA government, U stands for oppressive government, P stands for partisan government and A stands for tyrannical government,” Nadda added.