Ahead of next year’s polls in Rajasthan, BJP chief JP Nadda will launch the party’s ‘Jan Aakrosh Yatra’ on December 1 in the Congress-administered state to corner Ashok Gehlot’s government on issues related to farming and governance.
Nadda will flag out 51 Jan Aakrosh raths in Jaipur which will pass through all 200 constituencies in the state, BJP state president Satish Poonia told reporters in Jaipur.
The aim of the move is to corner the state government on its fourth anniversary, he said.
Rajasthan’s Congress-led government completes four years on December 17.
The BJP also released a four-page ‘Aarop Patra’ in which the party highlighted various issues, including law and order.
On the first page of the document, the party highlighted the Kanhaiya Lal murder case in Udaipur. Kanhaiya Lal, a tailor, was beheaded by two men in June this year in Udaipur for allegedly insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
Poonia said the government survives at the mercy of Congress Chairman CP Joshi, who rejected the resignation of the Congress MLAs, which were given on Sept. 25 in protest at the party’s high command’s alleged move to appoint Sachin Pilot as the new prime minister. make, did not accept when Gehlot was in the race for the position of congressional president.
Poonia also questioned Joshi’s recent meeting with Rahul Gandhi at his Bharat Jodo Yatra. “Participating in political activities despite holding a constitutional office certainly raises questions. I will ask the leader of the opposition to look into the constitutional and legal aspects of this,” he said.
The BJP chief of Rajasthan claimed that the people of the state are fed up with the Congress government because of its misrule and want a change in which the Jan Aakrosh movement will play a vital role.
Congress had promised farmers they would not receive loans, but in the last four years of their rule they have been in distress and some of them have also committed suicide, Poonia said, adding that land belonging to 9,000 farmers had been seized by the Gehlot administration. has been seized.
“Law and order have deteriorated under Congress and women are not safe. Even priests are burned alive,” he said.
Each rat gets a box where people can deposit their complaints. Based on the complaints and feedback, the party will prepare its manifesto for the 2023 parliamentary elections, he said.
In addition, nearly 20,000 ‘nukkad nataks’ will be performed and public meetings will be held by party leaders in each constituency, he said.
Responding to the BJP’s ‘Jan Aakrosh’ movement, Rajasthan Congress head Govind Singh Dotasra said that ‘Jan Aakrosh’ or public resentment is aimed at Narendra Modi’s government, which has made people’s lives miserable.
He said the government of Rajasthan has been praised across the country for its social services.
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