RAJASTHAN, Sept 26: Kavinder Gupta, a prominent BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, launched a scathing attack on the Congress government in Rajasthan, accusing it of fostering rampant corruption and making it a new norm. Speaking at a campaign event in Dausa city, Gupta criticized the Ashok Gehlot government for its alleged failures in various sectors, including law and order.
Gupta asserted that the Congress government had failed to deliver on its promises to the people of Rajasthan, particularly in the areas of women's safety, farmers' loan waivers, and unemployment. He contended that the administration, under the Congress party, had witnessed a total collapse across all sectors and services for which it was responsible.
"People had not voted for Ashok Gehlot to witness this disastrous model of governance. They had expected justice and efficient administration to alleviate the population's problems and address their needs," Gupta declared. He urged the people of Rajasthan not to fall into the Congress trap once again and instead support the BJP, emphasizing the BJP's zero-tolerance stance against corruption, which it had demonstrated in states where it held power and at the national level.
Gupta highlighted the need for change in Rajasthan and predicted that the BJP would secure a resounding majority in the upcoming elections. He emphasized that only the BJP could provide a corruption-free and progressive administration, promising prolific policies and plans for the people of the state.
Kavinder Gupta is currently in Rajasthan as the BJP's Prabhari (in-charge) and will campaign in five constituencies, including Bandikui, Mahoba, Sikrai, Dausa, and Lalsot in the days to come. This campaign marks the beginning of the BJP's efforts in the western state as it prepares for the upcoming elections.
Meanwhile, five other senior leaders from Jammu and Kashmir, including Dr. Nirmal Singh, MP Jugal Kishore, and Shakti Parihar, have also joined the campaign in Rajasthan. They echoed Gupta's criticism of the governance in Rajasthan, accusing the incumbent government of displaying a high degree of indifference, instability, and incompetence.
As the election season in Rajasthan heats up, these statements and campaign efforts are expected to play a pivotal role in shaping the political landscape of the state.