Former CM Vasundhara Raje commented about the Gehlot government. She said that the government has forgotten its duty of development of the state and service to the people. By the end of the government’s term, every person in the state will have a debt of about Rs 87 thousand, which is the highest ever in the history of Rajasthan.
Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje held a press conference at her residence in Jaipur on Friday. During this, she fiercely attacked the Congress government and Rahul Gandhi. Raje said that Rahul Gandhi is saying that there is no conflict in the party for the Congress government which is a victim of infighting. They should tell that if there was no tribulation then why would they stay locked in hotels?
She also added that Rahul Gandhi does not even have the right to show his face to the people of Rajasthan. They are not going to unite India, they are going to break the promise. He would first fulfill the promise of waiving the entire loan of the farmers in 10 days and then come here. So that the public could show some faith in them.
Raje said that he had said before the election that whoever does not listen to the public, no matter how big a leader he may be, he will be thrown out of the government. Even ministers and MLAs are not being heard here, the public is far away. Those who cannot unite their party have gone to unite India.
The former CM also talked about the Gehlot government. He said that the government has forgotten its duty of development of the state and service to the people. By the end of the tenure of the government, every person in the state will have a debt of about Rs 87 thousand, which is the highest ever in the history of Rajasthan.
Despite so much debt, there was a famine of development in the 4 years of this government. People kept yearning for basic facilities, people sitting in the government kept fighting for the chair. To hide his mistakes, he kept cursing Narendra Modi, the world’s most popular leader. During the BJP government, the state was at the forefront of progress, today it is in the line of backward states. Rajasthan has progressed in 4 years, but it has happened in corruption, women and Dalit oppression, gang war, gang rape, unemployment, petrol diesel and electricity prices.