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Raj keen on bidding adieu to Gehlot govt: Nadda
Jaipur: After the Congress’s Chintan Shivir, now the BJP has initiated a bid to come out with a formula to win the assembly elections in Rajasthan slated to occur later next year. The meeting of national office bearers of BJP is starting in Jaipur for three days from Thursday. BJP national president JP Nadda reached Jaipur airport at 5:30 pm.
Nadda, who landed at Jaipur airport in a chartered flight, was accorded a grand welcome as the entire route from airport to Leela hotel at Amer, where the three day event is held, donned the saffron garb. A huge crowd of BJP leaders and workers had amssed at the airport to wlecome Nadda and accompanied, in several vehicles, to the hotel. Nadda took former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje along with Leader of Opposition Gulabchand Kataria and BJP State President Satish Poonia in his car from the airport.
Meanwhile, addressing the party functionaries and workers of Amer constituency on Delhi road, Nadda attacked the Gehlot government on the pretext of incidents of violence in Karauli and elsewhere and said, “It has become clear from the atmosphere that the people have made up their mind to bid adieu to the Gehlot government in the coming times. People are keen to form BJP government. The people of Rajasthan have been neglected in the Gehlot government.
There has been humiliation and disdain for the expectations of the people. Keeping that in mind, the people have made up their mind to give their blessings to BJP.”
The national President further said, “The corruption that has happened in the government, law and order is nowhere to be seen. Creating unrest in the society from place to place, incidents in Karauli and many other places show that there is no such thing as administration and government.”
After chairing the meeting of the national functionaries on Thursday, Nadda indulged in inspection of an exhibition at the hotel itself and later in the night he observed the cultural programs organized for the leaders.
Meanwhile, BJP Rajasthan in-charge Arun Singh made a major statement on Thursday and said that a countdown will start after the meeting of the national office bearers. “Countdown will start for Congress government in the state.
Congress MLAs have started giving their resignation letters from now on. BJP is one in Rajasthan, lotus will bloom with thumping majority in the next elections,” he said.