Rajasthan assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the Congress-led Rajasthan government and said that the party is like a cricket team whose batters spent five years trying to run out of each other. While addressing a public meeting in Churu district last week, PM Modi pointed out the power tussle between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot.
He said, “In cricket, a batter comes and scores runs for his team. But there is so much infighting within the Congress that instead of scoring runs, its leaders spent five years trying to run out each other." Also Read: ‘Bitterness in heart’: PM Modi's stinging jibe at Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot As reported by PTI, Modi further said, “When their team is so bad, what runs will they score and what work will they do for you?" PM Modi voiced his endorsement for BJP candidate Rajendra Rathore in the Taranagar constituency.
Urging people to cast their votes for the party in the Rajasthan Assembly polls scheduled for November 25, Modi emphasized that such support would contribute to the swift development of the state. Also Read: EC seizes over ₹1760 crore from poll-bound states; Rajasthan, Telangana lead list The 200 seats of Rajasthan will be contested in a single-phase election on November 25.
The counting of votes has been scheduled by the Election Commission on December 3. Modi taunted state Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, and said, “The people have decided not to vote for the “jadugar" and that Congress will vanish from the state after the election.Read more on livemint.com