PM Modi addressed the Vijay Sankalp Sabha in Bharatpur on Saturday (today) before the Rajasthan elections. During that time, while addressing the public, the PM took a dig at Ashok Gehlot’s government. The PM said that on December 3, the day of election results, the people will oust Congress and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot from Rajasthan.
Taking a dig at CM Gehlot, PM Modi said that Ashok Gehlot had learned magic from his father. He even adopted this profession for some time. He calls himself a magician but his magic will end on 3rd December. The people of Rajasthan are saying that on December 3, Congress will end. Voting will take place in Rajasthan after a week. People seem very excited to bring BJP government.
Promises will be fulfilled if BJP government is formed in the state
While assuring the people from the stage, PM Modi said that if BJP government comes to power in Rajasthan, the promises made in the manifesto will be fulfilled at any cost. The party will try its best to fulfill those promises.
BJP said these things in the manifesto
Before the elections on November 25, BJP released the manifesto in the state. In which the party will give its all to complete all the issues including action against corruption, prevention of crimes against women. Every promise made to the public will be fulfilled.
PM takes a jibe at Gehlot on Rajasthan riots
PM Modi also took a dig at the Congress government on the issue of crimes taking place in Rajasthan. He said that on one hand India is making its name famous all over the world. On the other hand, the Congress government has achieved top status in corruption, riots and crimes in Rajasthan in the last five years. In the last five years, maximum crimes have been committed here against sisters, daughters, Dalits and the deprived. Be it Holi, Ramnavami or Hanuman Jayanti, people could not celebrate it peacefully. Rajasthan has been famous for riots, stone pelting and curfew in the last five years. Whichever state Congress enters, terrorists, criminals and rioters run rampant there. The Chief Minister who says that women file fake rape cases. Can he protect women? Does such a Chief Minister have the right to remain on the chair even for a minute? Perhaps because of this, Rajasthan is saying that “Magician Ji Koni Mile Vote Ji”
PM played Dalit card
PM Modi also took on Congress on the issue of Dalits. He said that Congress is anti-Dalit. Recently the country got a Dalit Chief Information Commissioner in the form of Hiralal Samaria, who hails from Rajasthan. Congress did not like the appointment of Dalit officer and they vehemently opposed him.