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PM Modi vows to review petrol & diesel price in Rajasthan ahead of polls

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing political rally in Rajasthan’s Pali. X/@BJP4India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday assured folks of Rajasthan that if BJP is voted to energy within the state, costs of petrol and diesel will likely be reviewed to supply aid to the poor and center class folks.

“In the neighbouring states of Rajasthan, there is a BJP government. There, petrol is Rs 97 per litre, but the Congress government in Rajasthan sells petrol at higher prices…,” PM Modi mentioned, whereas addressing an election rally in Rajasthan’s Pali.

“I give a guarantee that after the BJP government is formed, the prices of petrol and diesel will be reviewed… This will give relief to the poor and middle-class people,” the Prime Minister mentioned.

The Prime Minister mentioned “…Wherever there is the double-engine government of BJP, every scheme of the central government is implemented on the ground faster, or the state governments of the BJP add something to it.”

“Wherever there is a BJP government, along with Rs 6,000 from PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, BJP state governments give Rs 6,000 additionally from their side… Rajasthan BJP leaders too have resolved that after the BJP government is formed, farmers will get Rs 6,000 additionally,” he added.

Congress, allies have anti-women mindset

In the course of the rally, PM Modi slammed I.N.D.I alliance, headed by Congress, and attacked Bihar Chief Minister and JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar for his “vulgar”, “derogatory”, and “double-meaning” remarks within the state Meeting earlier this month.

“Congress and its allies have an anti-women mindset,” the Prime Minister mentioned.

Nitish Kumar had given a graphic description in Bihar Meeting of how an “educated” married girl may get her husband to undertake a selected methodology of contraception.

“When an educated girl gets married, she can help in population control by telling her husband how to go safe and this has actually helped in population control,” Kumar had mentioned.

“The husband’s acts led to extra births. Nonetheless, with schooling, a girl is aware of how one can restrain him… that is the explanation the numbers (of births) are coming down,” the Bihar CM had mentioned.

I.N.D.I.A desires to eradicate ‘Sanatan’

Prime Minister Modi mentioned Congress and the ‘Ghamandia’ alliance need to eradicate ‘Sanatan’ which thereby implies that they need to “eradicate the culture of Rajasthan”.

“The entire country has seen what Congress and the ‘Ghamandia’ alliance have said about ‘Sanatan’. They want to eradicate ‘Sanatan’. Eradicating ‘Sanatan’ means eradicating the culture of Rajasthan.” PM Modi mentioned.

Congress cannot assume something besides appeasement

The Prime Minister informed the folks of Rajasthan that Congress, which is energy within the state, has all the time turned a blind eye to incidents of atrocities towards Dalits.

“Dynastic politics is everything for Congress, they can’t think of anything except appeasement,” the PM mentioned.

“Today, we are working hard to become a developed nation. For this, a government which gives priority to development is needed in Rajasthan. Nothing is more important than corruption and familial politics for Congress. This party doesn’t think of anything other than appeasement politics,” PM Modi mentioned.

“Congress has made Rajasthan number one in crimes against women. The Chief Minister (Ashok Gehlot) says that the complaints filed by the women are fake. Can it ever happen that a woman in our country files a fake case? The CM should say that a probe is underway, and not that the cases filed are fake. Isn’t this an insult to women?” the Prime Minister mentioned.

Meeting election in Rajasthan will likely be held on 25 November. Counting of votes and outcome will happen on 3 December.

With inputs from companies



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