'BJP has to form government': Amit Shah on Pilot-Gehlot controversy
'BJP has to form government': Amit Shah on Pilot-Gehlot controversy

Bharatpur: Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed the booth workers of Rajasthan's Bharatpur division on Saturday. Due to this, Shah also took a dig at the ongoing tussle between Congress leader Sachin Pilot and Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot. Amit Shah said, Why are brothers fighting when the government is being formed by the BJP? Fighting for something that doesn't exist.

Amit Shah said that, sir, no matter how much you do, your number will not come. Your contribution may be more tangible, but Gehlot Sahab's contribution to the Congress Treasury is greater. The money from Mr. Gehlot's corruption goes to the Treasury of the Congress. At the same time, Shah said, 'They are having a fierce fight. Pilot sir's number will not come. Pilot Sahab wants to become the Chief Minister and will not allow Gehlot Sahab to become him.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that there were planned riots under this government. There was no proper appeal in the High Court to take the vote. Blasts took place in Gujarat as well, but the punishment was given by the court. But the government did not lobby for the bank. He said that this government runs through 3D—riots, misbehaviour with women, and atrocities on Dalits. Amit Shah said that the Gehlot government is one of the most corrupt governments in Rajasthan since independence. I am sure that the BJP will form the government in the state with a 2/3 majority. For the third time in 2024, 25 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan will go to the BJP's account.

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