Vasundhara trains guns at Congress

Vasundhara trains guns at Congress

Vasundhara Raje

The atmosphere inside the J K stadium in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district on Saturday was electric with thousands of BJP supporters incessantly chanting the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Their jubilation peaked at the sight of party president Amit Shah climbing up the stage alongside a smiling Vasundra Raje, the chief minister of Rajasthan. 

She greeted the scores of BJP supporters with the slogan "Bharat Mata ki Jai" and "Jai Jai Rajasthan".

Vasundhara thanked the supporters for coming out in huge numbers.

The chief minister reminded people of the two previous yatras she took out from the same place when she was the leader of Opposition  — the  Parivartan yatra (2003) and Suraj Sankalp yatra (2013).

Striking a chord with people of Mewar, Vasundhara said, "I am thankful to all of you for all your support and today again i have chosen Mewar to begin my yatra. The temple of Charbhuja ji is auspicious and has been lucky for me".

Vasundhara said that it was her third yatra and exuded confidence that the party will secure victory again.

She criticised the Congress for turning Rajasthan into a "bimaru" state. 

"The state is progressing and going to become a developed state. We have committed to form the government again," she said. 

Blaming the Grand Old Party for creating a rift in the caste and state, the chief minister said, "The Congress has always tried to create a rift among castes, but our aim is to launch public welfare schemes and transfer the benefit to people. Development works have taken place in last four years in every panchayat and district".

She said that Rajasthan has followed other BJP-ruled states such as Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Gujarat in the development front.

She also appealed to the people to end anti-incumbency and elect the BJP once again.

"In case we want development, we need to end the 'one time Congress, one-time BJP' trend to in Rajasthan," she said. 


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