Hanuman Beniwal slams BJP-Congress over Rajasthan's political situation

Jaipur: Questioning the law and order situation in Rajasthan, Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) party leader Hanuman Beniwal said that the fear of police in Rajasthan has ended. Taking a dig at the Congress and the BJP, Hanuman Beniwal has said that Gehlot wants to remain the Chief Minister and Pilot also has to become the CM, while the BJP is also in the fray with 12 mates.

Hanuman Beniwal said, "Both parties join hands in the Assembly. There is great negligence on the part of the ruling party. The way the owner's son was kidnapped in broad daylight, is a challenge to the system, a challenge to the government and a challenge to the police administration.'' Beniwal said the present government in Rajasthan is on a ventilator. The reason for this is that there is no opposition. Beniwal said the BJP did not launch any major agitation against this government. RLP has stood as the voice of the common people, whether it is raising the issues of the people in the Lok Sabha or in the Assembly.

Beniwal further said 'Whether it is free electricity, farmers' issues or employment and increasing crime, RLP has been trying to save Rajasthan, trying to save jawans and farmers. Incidents of robbery, dacoity, rape have become common in Rajasthan, now there is jungle raj and law and order is on ventilator.'

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