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Jodhpur: Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday, slammed CM Ashok Gehlot and accused him of competing for the first position in crimes against women and appeasement politics.
Speaking in Jodhpur Assam CM Sarma said, “Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot should stop the drama of showcasing the development and relief term to the poor and apologize. Look at the National crime record data, Rajasthan is beating every state and going forward in crimes against women...Rajasthan is competing for first position in crimes against women and Rajasthan and Karnataka are competing in appeasement issues.”
“The Congress government should exit and BJP should form government. The people of Rajasthan should get the benefits of good governance of Modi govt,” he said. Addressing a public meeting in Luni, Sarma said that CM Gehlot has made false promises to the farmers. “The farmers should not fall prey to their false promises. CM Gehlot should not contest polls until the loans of farmers are waived off.”