Churu (Rajasthan): “If the BJP wins in Rajasthan, it will develop itself; Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has criticized that the poor will not get anything.
As the Rajasthan Assembly elections are scheduled to be held on the 25th, the election campaign is heating up there. Addressing the election campaign held in Churu constituency, Rahul Gandhi said, “The present Congress government in Rajasthan has implemented various schemes for the state. People should remember them. Congress has announced schemes like pension scheme, health scheme, cylinder for Rs 500, Rs 10 thousand per year for a woman. Maybe If BJP comes to power here, these schemes will not be available. They will only work in favor of the millionaires. If BJP comes to power, only the growth of Adani will increase. The poor will not get anything.
The Congress government in Rajasthan is protecting the poor. But the Narendra Modi government at the center is working against the poor. They implemented GST. Due to this, farmers have to pay taxes now. They took demonetisation. Due to this, small, micro and medium enterprises were destroyed. Wherever you look, Adani’s companies are taking jobs. They run all the industries like airport, port, cement companies, roads etc. What people should know from this is that BJP always works for the well-off. Not for the poor. Adani is the one they will help. Adani’s money is also used abroad. Adani buys foreign companies.
If you don’t eradicate black money, hang me,” said Narendra Modi. But he did not eliminate black money. When the Corona pandemic was at its peak, Modi said to turn on the torches of mobile phones. But people were dying without oxygen and medicines. At the same time, food packets were distributed to every affected household in an initiative by the state government in Rajasthan. Medicines were administered and lives were saved. Because Congress is running a government for the poor. Congress takes measures to ensure that money goes into the pockets of the poor. But the BJP ensures that money goes into Adani’s pockets,” Rahul Gandhi said.