Jaipur: On Wednesday, PM Narendra Modi fiercely attacked the Congress government of Rajasthan. He accused the Gehlot government of adopting a policy of 'appeasement' and taking a soft stand against terrorists. He also held the Rajasthan government responsible for releasing the culprits of the 2008 Jaipur serial blasts. Addressing a rally in Rajasthan's Abu Road, PM Narendra Modi took a dig at the infighting in the Congress and said, "The chief minister doesn't trust his MLAs, he doesn't trust them."
According to the report, he said about Sachin Pilot targeting the Gehlot government, "Everyone in the government is competing to insult each other. When (the Congress government's) whole five years (the Chief Minister's) chair was in trouble , then who will care for the development of Rajasthan." In fact, on Tuesday, Rajasthan Congress leader and former deputy CM Sachin Pilot had said that we heard Ashok Gehlot's previous speech, after listening to this speech, I feel that his (Ashok Gehlot) leader is not Sonia Gandhi but his leader is Vasundhara Raje. Scindia is Referring to the 2008 Jaipur serial blasts, the PM alleged that the Congress government in the state did not fight the case vigorously, due to which all were released. He also alleged that the law and order in Rajasthan has completely broken down under the Congress rule.
Prime Minister Modi alleged, "The Congress government in Rajasthan is afraid to take action against criminals because of vote bank politics." Earlier on Wednesday, PM Narendra Modi reached Rajasthan tour. Prime Minister Modi launched development projects worth over Rs 5,500 crore in Nathdwara. Due to this, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot was also present. Addressing the public meeting here, Prime Minister Modi described Ashok Gehlot as his friend. So before this Ashok Gehlot said, there is no enmity between us. It is only a battle of ideology. However, raising the issue of ERCP project, Gehlot said, there is a crisis of drinking water in 13 districts of Rajasthan. On this Prime Minister Modi said, If the problem of water crisis had been solved earlier, then there would have been no need for the Jal Jeevan Mission. In July 2020, 18 Congress MLAs rebelled under the leadership of Congress leader Sachin Pilot. This political drama which went on for a month ended after the intervention of the party high command. Thereafter, Pilot was removed from the post of Deputy Chief Minister and Congress State President.