BJP Does Not Give a Ticket to Muslims But Uses Them to Topple Govt, Says Ashok GehlotDecember 25, 2020
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday opened a scathing assault on BJP and mentioned that the saffron celebration doesn’t give tickets to Muslims however makes use of them to topple the federal government.
Addressing a press convention on completion of two years of Congress authorities within the state, Gehlot mentioned, “BJP has not given Muslims a ticket during elections, but they are being used to topple the government. On Thursday, PM Narendra Modi gave a wonderful lecture in AMU speaking on diverse religions. However, there is a difference between what he says and he practises. What will be the harm if he gives one ticket to Muslims?” he requested.
The chief minister additionally accused Union ministers together with Amit Shah, Dharmendra Pradhan and Syed Zafar Islam of concocting a plan to topple the Rajasthan authorities.
“Amit Shah, Dharmendra Pradhan and Syed Zafar Islam wanted to topple our government. A few other BJP leaders were also part of this plan. However, soon after the plan failed, they are sitting silently. The people of the state shall avenge this action of theirs in the coming election,” he added.
Gehlot additional mentioned that the President of the nation can also be underneath great strain.
“The President of India has no time to meet CMs of the four states of the country. It can be gauged how much pressure he is under. We have sent a Bill against honour killing, but the President has not yet passed it. It shows how the President is also working under pressure. Judiciary, ED, etc, every one seems to be under pressure and hence democracy is in danger,” he mentioned.
Gehlot additionally spoke out on numerous points together with factionalism within the celebration, and mentioned nobody ought to lend credence to rumours coming from Delhi.
“Congress is a strong party and no one should trust any rumour coming from Delhi which anoints any person as a leader and this leader then roams throughout the state as a leader.”
The remark may very well be an allusion to the rift between CM Gehlot and former CM Sachin Pilot.
Rajasthan in-charge Ajay Maken was additionally current within the convention.
Answering a query on Maken calling the previous deputy CM Congress’s asset in one in all his statements, Gehlot mentioned “Maken has not said anything wrong. Each worker is an asset of the Congress.”
Maken is on a two-day go to within the state. Along with Gehlot, he recounted main accomplishments of the Congress authorities within the state on the event.
Gehlot mentioned, “Out of around 500 promises made in the manifesto, if 50% of the promises are fulfilled, isn’t it a big achievement?
“We turned Covid’s problem into alternative. Rajasthan stays alert and is taking full care to save lives and livelihood with a resolve to not permit anybody to go hungry and sleep,” mentioned Gehlot.
“Assistance amounting to Rs. 3500 per household was given to about 33 lakh poor households. Social safety pension prematurely, common cost, free foodgrains and so on have been distributed. On Deepawali and Dhanteras folks cooperated and didn’t mild crackers. During Covid, our preparations have been fabulous and our administration was mentioned across the globe,” he added.