Jal Shakti Minister calls  Ashok Gehlot as 'Ravana of Rajasthan politics'
Jal Shakti Minister calls Ashok Gehlot as 'Ravana of Rajasthan politics'

JAIPUR : Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat called Rajasthan  Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot as "the Ravana of Rajasthan's politics" and called upon the people to end his tenure and bring "Ram Rajya".

Shekhawat attacked CM Ashok Gehlot and the Congress administration during his remarks at the BJP's Jan Aakrosh rally on Thursday in Chittorgarh. At the conclusion of his address, Shekhawat remarked, "If you want to put an end to Ashok Gehlot being the Ravana of Rajasthan politics, then raise your arms. Set a goal to implement Ram Rajya in Rajasthan. 

The Union Minister criticised the government throughout his speech for question paper leaks and corruption. He declared, "A CBI investigation will be conducted whenever the BJP takes office. Then a lot of Congress leaders will be looked into. "The paper leaks are happening in Rajasthan," Shekhawat said. He said, no leader or officer is at fault in the RPSC paper leak. A RPSC member has now been apprehended. Allow for government reform. The paper leak will be the subject of a CBI investigation. Many members of Congress will face prison time. Those who gamble with the future of the young will not be forgiven by the public. 

The OSD to the CM, Lokesh Sharma, responded by writing in a tweet (in Hindi) that "Gajendra Singh Shekhawat ji's statement is highly condemnable." You are not disrespecting the Chief Minister of #Rajasthan by saying things like these, @gssjodhpur; rather, you are insulting the people of Rajasthan, who have a great deal of love and respect for their CM.

The Chief Minister is leading the state to new heights of development and providing relief from excruciating inflation, but the BJP cannot stand this. It's obvious that you're frustrated," he said.

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