Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his election tour in Rajasthan, addressed gatherings in Jadan and Pilibanga towns. He assured the public that those who exploited the poor would face severe consequences and imprisonment.
Modi criticized Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot for dismissing complaints filed by women regarding atrocities against them, calling it an insult to women. He highlighted the Congress' seven-guarantee program and responded to it, emphasizing the failures of the Congress in the state.
Regarding women's issues, Modi condemned the CM's remarks about women filing false complaints, stating that such allegations demeaned the integrity of women. He accused the Congress alliance of being disrespectful to women, citing incidents from Bihar and criticized the party for fielding a minister who insulted women.
The Prime Minister accused the Congress of facilitating drug smuggling and promised stringent action against smugglers. He also highlighted the BJP government's efforts in reducing mobile bills for the public, claiming savings of significant amounts for families on mobile expenses.
Modi reiterated his commitment to serving the nation during the COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizing his determination to ensure the poor did not go hungry and his efforts to alleviate their suffering.
He criticized the Congress government for alleged corruption in petrol pricing and the mismanagement of providing tap water to households in Rajasthan, promising a review of petrol and diesel rates if the BJP wins after December 3 and assuring decisions in favor of the poor and the middle class.
His speeches aimed to address various issues affecting the state and highlight the failures of the incumbent government while promising solutions if the BJP comes to power.
(With Agency Inputs)