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In 5 years, Congress destroyed roots of Rajasthan, left no stone unturned to loot the state: PM Modi in Chittorgarh

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh. Twitter.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a scathing attack on the Congress-led government in Rajasthan and said the grand old party had “destroyed the roots of the state in the last five years”.

Addressing a rally in Chittorgarh in poll-bound Rajasthan, PM Modi said: “The Congress government in Rajasthan has broken roots in the state for the last five years.”

“When the news came here, I felt very distressed. I say this with a sad heart, today when it comes to crime, which state is in the lead? Our Rajasthan!” PM said.

‘Rajasthan’s diseases top crime list’

Questioning the people of Chittorgarh, PM Modi said: “The highest number of crime cases against women are from Rajasthan. Is this why you voted for the Congress?”

He further said that the Congress has left no stone unturned in looting the state.

‘Congress formed government in Rajasthan by deceiving people’

Stepping up his attack on the Congress, PM Modi said the party formed the government in Rajasthan by “cheating” the people. “Through deception, the Congress managed to form a government but could not run it,” he said.

‘BJP ayegi, dange, patthar baazi rukwayegi’

Attacking the current Congress government in Rajasthan for its lax attitude on issues like women’s safety, law and order, and alleged corruption, PM Modi assured that once the BJP forms the government in the state , its first priority is to stop criminal activities such as rioting.

The Chief Minister also targeted the alleged paper leak mafia in the state, and assured strictest punishment for those involved.

Congress is a ‘kursi-bachao sarkar’

The PM also called the Congress a ‘kursi-bachao sarkar’ and asked if the party had done any work apart from “saving its own seat”.

“Here, Ashok Gehlot is just trying to save the Prime Minister’s seat, and half of the Congress is busy trying to topple his seat,” PM Modi said.

He further said that the Congress indulged in in-fighting while they left the public to its own devices. The Chief Minister further said that the only thing keeping the party united is the robbery in Rajasthan.

‘Gehlot is sure he will leave’

PM Modi said that the incumbent CM of the state, Ashok Gehlot “knows firsthand that he is leaving, and is asking the BJP government not to stop his plans.”

“Gehlot yes he himself knows that he will leave the post of CM, that’s why he has congratulated the BJP. You see what he is saying these days: that once the BJP forms the government, his schemes must not be stopped,” PM Modi said.

The PM further said that after being voted to power, the BJP will continue the Congress’s schemes in Rajasthan and investigate the looted poor people.

“We will continue the schemes and we will improve, but we will certainly investigate those who indulged in corruption and looted the poor,” he said.

Before his speech, PM Modi inaugurated and laid the foundations of several development projects worth Rs 7,000 crore Chittorgarh on Monday.


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