Rajasthan Elections 2023: Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Monday hit out at the BJP, saying the saffron party is “fragmented” in the state while her party has formed a united front. He said that those who ask for votes in the name of religion or caste are not in a position to ask for votes on the basis of their work. She was addressing a rally in Kekri, Ajmer in poll-bound Rajasthan.
He urged people to vote after assessing the work done by different parties, PTI reported. “If someone asks for votes in the name of religion or caste, it means he cannot ask for votes on the basis of work,” the Congress leader said.
BJP is completely useless in Rajasthan. Our big leaders have been separated from each other.
No one knows who is the Chief Ministerial face of BJP in Rajasthan?
This is that PM Modi himself is looking for a Chief Minister for BJP by taking the ticket.
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– Congress (@INCIndia) 20 November 2023
He said, “All the leaders and workers of the Congress in Rajasthan have unitedly entered the electoral fray, while the BJP is completely scattered.” He claimed that the BJP has sidelined its leaders in the state and is trying to elect someone new. Is searching for.
Priyanka said that the BJP’s policy is to benefit big industrialists and it “does not think about the poor and the middle class.” She said that if the BJP comes to power, it will stop all the public welfare schemes started by the Congress government. Will give.
Addressing another rally in the poll-bound state, Priyanka said Madhya Pradesh has had a BJP government for the last 18 years, but “they don’t talk about any of their work there.”
“After all, why don’t BJP leaders ask for votes at work? The Congress government of Rajasthan has given employment to 2 lakh people in just 5 years and has announced to provide 1 lakh jobs. We are asking for your votes on this basis.” of work done by the Congress government in the last 5 years,” she said.
Voting for the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly will be held on November 25 and counting of votes will take place on December 3.