Rajasthan’s congressional government has completely lost credibility, says BJP head of state
The congressional government of Rajasthan has completely lost its credibility with the people because it failed to keep promises made in the party’s 2018 election manifesto, BJP state president Satish Poonia said on Saturday.
He also exuded confidence that the BJP will form the state government after the legislative elections of 2023.
“Congress had promised that it would give up farmers’ loans in 10 days, give unemployed young people Rs 3,000 as unemployment benefit and not raise electricity tariffs, but the Ashok Gehlot government has backed down. is turned away from all these promises, due to which there is enormous resentment among the people against the Congressional government, âPoonia said.
Poonia, addressing the inaugural session of a two-day meeting of the BJP state working committee, claimed that crime has increased so much in Rajasthan that it has become the country’s top state for crimes .
He called on party leaders and workers to make Rajasthan a state without Congress.
Poonia expressed confidence that the party will win the next state legislative elections in 2023 and form the government.
He said that it is only possible at BJP for a worker who sells tea, Narendra Modi, to become prime minister.
âThe BJP is the only party in the world in which democracy completely resides. A tea seller like Narendra Modi can become the prime minister of the country. A stand builder like Amit Shah can become BJP national president and interior minister, and a worker born in a small village to a normal farming family like me can become BJP state president, âhe said. -he declares.
At the meeting, a political resolution was adopted by committee members thanking Prime Minister Modi for the work of the Indian government in areas such as social security, agriculture, environment, cultural values, internal security and border security and the welfare of the poor.
The BJP has targeted the state’s congressional government on law and order, farmer loan forgiveness, high electricity and water prices, and corruption, among other issues.
State Secretary General of BJP (organization) Chandrashekhar, National Vice President and Former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, National Secretary Alka Gurjar, Former State President Arun Chaturvedi, Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal, Deputy Chief opposition in assembly Rajendra Rathore, MP for Rajya Sabha Om Prakash Mathur and other leaders attended the meeting held at the Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Center (JECC).
There will be six sessions of the BJP State Working Committee meeting, and the Union Home Minister hah will address the closing session on Sunday.
Shah will also address a meeting of the party’s public officials after the working committee meeting.
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