Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the Congress-ruled Rajasthan authorities, saying Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s magic on the state is fading away with every turning web page of the ‘red diary’.
Modi’s feedback got here throughout a rally in Rajasthan’s Baran in the final leg of campaigning ahead of elections. The prime minister alleged that the ‘red diary’ incorporates particulars of how the state’s land, forest and water have been bought in the final 5 years.
“Nowadays, there is talk of the Red diary and the Jadugar ji’s face is fading away with each turning page of the red diary. In this red dairy, it is clearly written how your land, water and forest have been sold out,” Modi stated.
During its campaigns, the Bharatiya Janata Party has talked about the ‘Red Diary’ and its contents which reportedly include alleged incriminating materials towards the Ashok Gehlot-led authorities and his administration a number of instances.
“With Congress’ support, the morale of anti-social forces is high. People in Rajasthan are being beheaded publically and this is being celebrated. The entire country saw what happened with Dalit youths in Jhalawar. Ram Navami, Holi, Hanuman Jayanti fell victim to riots in Rajasthan which was known for festivals,” PM Modi additional stated.
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“It has been 75 years since India’s independence. Now, we have the aim of a ‘developed India’ before us. The aim of making India developed is incomplete without making Rajasthan developed. But as long as the three enemies of the country – corruption, dynasty and appeasement – are amid us, it is difficult for this resolution to be fulfilled until then. Congress is the biggest symbol of these three evils,” PM Modi stated.
With inputs from companies