Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his election tour in Rajasthan, addressed gatherings in Jadan and Pilibanga towns in Pali district, emphasizing that those who exploited the poor would face severe consequences, including imprisonment. Modi expressed his determination to hold accountable those involved in looting the poor, assuring that in Rajasthan, individuals engaged in such activities would spend their days in jail.
Taking a swipe at Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Modi criticized the dismissal of complaints filed by women regarding atrocities against them as fake. Modi asserted that such statements were an insult to women and accused the Congress of making Rajasthan the leader in crimes against women. He condemned the CM’s assertion that women in Rajasthan were filing false complaints, emphasizing that no mother or sister would engage in such actions.
Responding to the Congress’s seven-guarantee program, Modi underscored the sins of the Congress, referring to the Lal Diary and the exposure of corruption and scandals. He accused the Congress of promoting drug smuggling and promised stringent action against smugglers that would shock the public.
Highlighting achievements, Modi mentioned the reduction in mobile bills, saving families substantial expenses. He reiterated his commitment to the welfare of the poor and the middle class, promising a review of petrol and diesel rates if the BJP forms the government after December 3. Modi emphasized that decisions would be made in the interest of the people.
Reflecting on the challenging times during the COVID-19 pandemic, Modi declared that he did not sleep, ensuring that the poor did not go hungry. He emphasized the government’s dedication to providing relief and support to citizens, redirecting tax revenues to benefit the underprivileged. Modi concluded by pledging to combat corruption and work towards the betterment of the poor and middle-class citizens if the BJP comes to power.