In Rajasthan, politics has intensified not only in the Congress camp but also in the BJP these days. Posters of BJP stalwart and former chief minister Vasundhara Raje and her son MP Dushyant Singh's disappearance in Jhalawar and Jhalrapatan constituencies have been put up on Thursday. This has created an uncomfortable situation among BJP workers.
Posters against Vasundhara: It is learnt that posters on the walls of Jhalawar and Jhalrapatan cities had a picture of the two BJP leaders with the title of finding the missing. It said, "Where have you both gone, leaving the residents of the entire Jhalawar district alone during this serious corona period? Don't be afraid, come home." The poster sarcastically said, "What about the people? They will forget it in a day or two."
But this is still not over and the posters have also announced attractive rewards for those who give information about the two leaders. BJP workers and city council employees reached the ghatansthal and tore off all the posters after the case was reported on Thursday morning. In the entire case, BJP president Sanjay Jain has termed it as a new low level of politics. He said that the two leaders are in constant touch with the officials and people of their areas and after this difficult time, the two representatives are holding continuous virtual meetings to arrange for various needs of the people.
Local Congress leader Pramod Sharma has also continued to extend his support in the poster campaign against the two leaders. He claimed that Raje has not visited her nirvachal area for the last two years.