Rajasthan’s CM Vasundhara Raje embarked her victory journey on 4th August. This 40-day journey is aimed at winning the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly Elections due in the end of year 2018. Started from Charbhuja Nath temple, Rajsamand, Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra was started by BJP National President Amit Shah. Amit Shah on Congress
He waved off the flag for a great comeback of BJP in the state. After this, both Raje and Shah addressed a huge gathering at the J K Stadium at Kankroli in Rajsamand district. During the address, Amit Shah badly lashed out Congress party for its allegations that BJP has used government funds in Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra. Know more. Amit Shah on Congress
Amit Shah on Congress
In the political strife, the opposition party leaves no opportunity to cast allegations on BJP. Over the recent allegation of misuse of funds by BJP in the yatra, Amit Shah asked the opposition to clear its stand over the National Register of Citizens (NRC). In this context, he questioned Congress ethics. He called these allegations a way to build vote bank. He asked Congress National President Rahul Gandhi for not deporting Bangladeshi infiltrators and putting the nation’s security on threat. Amit Shah on Congress
Further, Shah talked about 40-questions for 40-day yatra as well as Rahul Gandhi’s curiosity over BJP’s works in four years. He said that people wanted to know Congress’s contributions for development of Rajasthan and the nation.
Amit Shah appreciates Vasundhara Raje
He appreciated Raje government and her workings for the state. Mentioning few of the programs of Modi government, Shah said it was Raje who had implemented them in Rajasthan. The efforts of Raje turned a ‘BIMARU’ state into developing one.
Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra would be successful in state, he said. Shah confidently announced the comeback of Modi at centre in 2019 and Raje in Rajasthan in 2018.
Madan Lal Saini on Congress
BJP state president Madan Lal Saini said that the grapes are sour for the Congress. The allegations made by Congress didn’t make any sense. They didn’t bring benefits to the state when they were in power. During their reign, Rajasthan was in misery. Talking about the developments done by BJP, it had brought the LPG cooking gas scheme for them under the Ujjwala programme. Amit Shah on Congress
Apart from this, the Annapurna Scheme helped the poor and lower sections of society to have food at a meager cost. Raje government also motivated education in state by providing cycle, scooty and laptops to meritorious students.