‘Chiranjeevi will not be able to change his name, his status is known’, JP Nadda attacked the Gehlot government

Jaipur: Bharatiya Janata Party national president JP Nadda attacked CM Ashok Gehlot for renaming schemes started during the BJP rule in the state. Nadda said that the Congress government of Rajasthan is trying to loot the accolades by changing the names of the schemes of the previous BJP government. Changing the names of our schemes or closing them shows their intention and status. Nadda said that the Congress government changed the name of our Bhamashah scheme to Janadhar scheme. Similarly, Bhamashah Health Scheme was renamed as Chiranjeevi Scheme and Annapurna Rasoi was renamed as Indira Rasoi. In this way the names of many schemes were changed, which were started by BJP. By changing the name, these people will not be able to become Chiranjeevi, the public is watching everything.


Rajasthan is number one in these matters: JP Nadda

JP Nadda said that Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot goes to Gujarat and talks big while he is not concerned about the people of Rajasthan. Here the public is cursing them and instead of worrying about the public, they are worrying about themselves. Nadda said that Rajasthan is number one in corruption. Diesel and petrol are costliest in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is number one in unemployment, atrocities on women, atrocities on Dalits and cybercrime in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is getting the most expensive electricity in the country. Before going to other states and talking big, the Gehlot government should answer these things to the people of Rajasthan.

Congress government stopped many of our schemes: Nadda

JP Nadda said that the Gehlot government has stopped the Gramin Gaurav Path Yojana, which connects the villages. Antodaya Yojana was also stopped. The Chief Minister Jal Swavalamban Yojana to make wells and ponds in every village was also stopped. These people are also stalling the Jal Jeevan Mission. Nadda said that Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat ji is from Rajasthan. The state government wanted them to take advantage by using them with both hands, but they stopped the schemes.

Rahul Gandhi remembers counting from 1 to 10 or has forgotten: Nadda

Taking a jibe at Rahul Gandhi, JP Nadda said that he is now taking out the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Someone should ask him whether he remembers counting from one to ten or not. Earlier, he had said with great enthusiasm that if the Congress government comes to power in Rajasthan, he would count from one to ten and the loans of the farmers would be forgiven. Nadda said that more than 9 thousand farmers of the state are in debt today. They are forced to sell their land. The millet of the farmers of Rajasthan is not being bought on MSP. The Congress government has come to power only by making false promises. (Report – Ramswaroop Lamrod, Jaipur)

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