With only few days left to Rajasthan Assembly polls 2018, Rajasthan’s BJP unit is busy in making efforts for winning. In the state, Assembly polls scheduled to be held on 7 December. There are also airs about anti-incumbency in Bhartiya Janata Party. But, in a recent interview with Times Now, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has dismissed all such rumours. Check out for more.
In this interview, Vasundhara Raje has thrown light on certain areas and clearing doubts of the people. She was in conversation with senior journalist and managing editor of Times Now. The interview is trending as #FranklySpeakingwithVasundhara. In this interview, CM Raje expressed her confidence of winning back. She also added that BJP has a democratic system, wherein “leaders rise from the grassroots”.
Raje attacked Congress
In the recent interview, Raje questioned the work done by Congress for state’s farmers. She further said that Congress party has disturbed the state with caste and community politics. She believed in providing better opportunities to the state. She also wanted to have peace in the state.
Vasundhara Raje and Rajasthan
Vasundhara Raje said that her government has done a lot for farmers. Her government went ahead with soil cards and connection of markets, among other things.
On being questioned over lynchings and cow vigilantism, she said that it has “got to do with law and order”. CM Raje said that these incidents are associated with about people breaking the law. Rather, it called murdering of people. She said that the guilty must be punished immediately and put behind the bars. She also asked people to see what action government took.
Talking about Lalit Modi controversy, she said that the matter has been closed now and was examined well. She also asked Congress to compare development work they have done with that of Raje’s work. In fact, her government provided employment to 44 lac people.
Apart from these CM got candid about certain topics in this interview. Like, whom to face from Opposition, Ram Mandir controversy, Padmaavat controversy and more.