Ahead of the assembly elections in Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the state to campaign for his party. Reportedly, PM Modi visited Rajasthan on Sunday, November 19, 2023, when he attacked the state government for increasing fuel prices. While targeting Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot, the Prime Minister said that the fuel prices in the state are higher than in any other state governed by the BJP. However, it was also anticipated that PM Modi will target the fuel prices during his visit to Rajasthan to promote his party. You should go through this article till the end to further learn what Narendra Modi said about the Ashok Gehlot-led government in Rajasthan ahead of polls. Swipe down the page and take a look below.
PM Modi conveyed a public rally in Jhunjhunu ahead of the polls, where he targeted the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress Party for increasing the prices of fuel in the state. He compared the fuel prices in Rajasthan with the fuel prices in states governed by BJP. While targeting the skyrocketing fuel prices in Rajasthan, PM Modi said if the Bhartiya Janta Party comes to power in the state the prices of petrol and diesel will be eased. Furthermore, he added that an investigation will also be launched to find any potential corruption related to fuel prices, upon the BJP return to power. Shift to the next section and read more details.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi added, “The Congress government is not leaving any opportunity to loot you. Petrol is cheaper by Rs 12-13 in Haryana, Gujarat, and Uttar Pradesh. By following this policy, Congress has caused a huge loss to the country.” After accusing Ashok Gehlot and the state Congress party, the PM went on to count on the welfare initiatives of the central government. He added that the center is providing an 80 percent discount on some medicines under the Jan Aushadhi Kendras Yojana. The PM said the medicine costs a hundred rupees and is available for only Rs 20.
Narendra Modi said, “Due to this, middle-class and poor families who have to spend more on medicines are now paying less. Nearly 1.25 lakh crore rupees have been saved,” During his other rally in Rajasthan on the same day, Modi used cricket terminology to target Congress when the whole nation was watching the cricket World Cup final match between India and Australia. Stay tuned.