New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Dec 5: Fresh set of problems may be awaiting the Gandhi family; if one takes a cue from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statements that he made at Pali in Rajasthan. This is the last leg of election campaign going on in election-bound Rajasthan. All campaigning comes to a halt Wednesday evening. Taking on the Gandhi family a day after the Supreme Court ordered that IT cases against Sonia and Rahul Gandhi be reopened, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Rajasthan that his government had scored a win thanks to the courage of a "chaiwala".They knew that the government of India was bringing huge projects in Barmer, the prices of land were about to rise and the farmers were set to gain from it. So, the relatives of 'naamdar' snatched the land from farmers at throw away prices.
“Helicopter kaand ke raazdar aur dalal ko sarkar Dubai se pakad ke layi hai. Ab raazdar raaz kholega, pata nahi baat kahan tak jayegi, kitni duur tak jayegi (Government brought middleman involved in helicopter scam from Dubai, he served politicians and will now disclose secrets, don’t know to what extent this will go),” said PM Modi while addressing an election rally in Rajasthan’s Sumerpur.“Naamdars (Gandhi’s) gave away the land taken from farmers to their relative (Robert Vadra) at peanut’s price. He earned 7 fold profit out of it without even investing a single penny. Shouldn’t they be punished? If BJP comes to power in Rajasthan, they will surely go into jail,” he said.
Congress President does not even know the names of his own party leaders. He did not even know the name of a very popular farmer and jat leader in Congress, late Kumbharam ji. He called him 'Kumbhakaran'. You can imagine what such people will do when in powerAlleging that the Gandhi family had been enjoying privileges for four generations, Modi said at an election rally in Sumerpur in Pali district that it was the "victory of the honest"."Now I will see how you escape... Look at the courage of a 'chaiwala' who took those running country for four generations to the court's door," Modi said.On Tuesday, the Supreme Court allowed the Income Tax Department to reopen the tax assessment of Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi for 2011-12 in connection with the National Herald case.In his rally on the last day of campaigning before the state elections on Friday, Modi also referred to the extradition of Christian Michel James, the alleged middleman in the politically-sensitive Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland chopper deal from the UPA era. Michel was brought to India late Tuesday."The government has brought the middleman involved in a helicopter scam from Dubai. He served politicians and will now disclose secrets," the prime minister said. "Let's see how far this goes," he said.
Continuing his attack against the Congress, Modi asked the gathering who had spread the venom of casteism and created urban-rural divides. The Congress, he asserted, had lost the election and was now contemplating who to hold responsible for its defeat."The Congress' 'gaaje-baaje' company thought the BJP was finished in Rajasthan. Now they are saying they are losing due to infighting and rebel candidates," he declared.Making a final push for his party, he said people were clearly in favour of the BJP in the desert state and it would once again form a government."The public has decided. Now it is our job to win every booth in Rajasthan. Our mantra should be 'mera polling booth, sabse mazboot'," he said. The results for the elections will be declared on December 11.