BJP’s Focus Is Not On The Welfare Of The People, But On Somehow Remaining In Power: Priyanka Gandhi

The election battle in Rajasthan is at its peak and one after the other big leaders are working hard to win over Rajasthan. Meanwhile, on Friday, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi had reached Dausa district to address the meeting. 

Priyanka targeted the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party at the Center and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that their focus is not on the welfare of the people, but on somehow remaining in power. 

Priyanka said that ‘their policy has become to pull money from the poor and to irrigate big industrialists.’ Priyanka was addressing a public meeting in Sikrai in Dausa district. During this, she was seen fiercely targeting the Central Government and BJP.

She said, ‘When there was BJP government in Rajasthan, how many schemes did they give in the state? Why has the promise of ERCP not been fulfilled yet? The issue is clear, the focus of Modi ji and BJP is not on your well-being but how to remain in power, how to strengthen themselves, this is their only goal and this is their focus. 

She said that if you see in the last ten years, their policy has become, ‘To pull money from the poor and to irrigate the big industrialists.’

Priyanka Gandhi further said in her address that BJP leaders are working to enhance their ego, respect and honor and for their industrialist friends. Priyanka urged the people present in the meeting to change the customs of Rajasthan and bring Congress back to power.

Making the appeal, she said that Congress is completely united in Rajasthan. He said that a real leader looks towards the present and the future. He does not keep talking about the past again and again. She said that public welfare will be achieved through such politics which is politics of service, compassion and keeping the public supreme

Targeting the BJP over the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP), Priyanka said that ‘BJP leaders and the Prime Minister only make statements.’ Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Congress state in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, State President Govind Singh Dotasra and former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot were also present in the public meeting. 

Assembly elections in Rajasthan will be held on November 25 and counting of votes will take place on December 3. Due to which Congress seems to be continuously attacking BJP.

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