BJP bid on political pitch, this government's departure is in Rajasthan's interest

BJP bid on political pitch, this government's departure is in Rajasthan's interest

Jaipur. Amid the ongoing political upsurge in Rajasthan , the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP ) said on Monday that the current Ashok Gehlot government's departure is in the public interest. With this, the party accused the Gehlot government of not meeting its promises. State BJP president Satish Poonia told reporters, "The Congress Party government has come out of the minds of the people of Rajasthan." Even today, this government cannot be called a majority government… It was not a government of absolute majority .. (After the last assembly election it had only 99 seats), (then) won two by-elections and the subsequent events are in front of everyone. . It is in the interest of the people of Rajasthan to run this government.

He said that the foundation of this Congress government in the state is infighting and contradiction, and the current events have also exposed the split of the Congress. Pooniya also accused the Gehlot government of not meeting its promises. He said, "... the Rajasthan government has not lived up to any of its promises in the last two years. He did not do a single thing… only about daub and rhetoric. For the entire quarter of two years, the entire government machinery was engaged in saving Ashok Gehlot's government. It is clear from this that this government also got out of the minds of the people and the figure of majority was only an artificial figure. I think there is still a lot to do behind the scenes. I feel that the government has gone out of its mind, it does not last long. ''

Regarding the future political prospects between Deputy Chief Minister and Pradesh Congress President Sachin Pilot's rebel attitude, Pooni said, "We will see our positions." What conditions are formed. On the basis of those circumstances, someone will take a positive decision. "He said," All our options are open but we are bound by the dictates of the high command. We will follow the kind of instructions they give.