WATCH | BJP Steps Up Attack On Rajasthan Government

| Updated: 25 July, 2023 4:46 pm IST

BJP intensifies its attack on the Congress-led Rajasthan government as Union Minister of Jal Shakti, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, questions the ruling party’s priorities. The video delves into the controversy surrounding a red diary and the fallout that followed.

With a striking thumbnail capturing the intrigue of the “red diary,” we uncover the latest developments in the political landscape. Union Minister Shekhawat questions why the Congress is hesitant to address the rising crime against women in the state, despite having a significant presence in Rajasthan.

The tension escalated when Rajendra Gudha, one of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s ministers, spoke up about the alarming crime rates against women. However, instead of addressing the grave issue, the Congress appeared to be more concerned about Manipur, diverting attention from the critical matter at hand.

In response to Gudha’s bold stance, CM Gehlot swiftly stripped him of his post, sparking further controversy. Unfazed by the actions taken against him, Gudha threatens to expose the Congress government, making the situation even more contentious.

As tensions rise, Gudha claims he was physically assaulted and forcefully removed from the assembly, highlighting the intense political drama that unfolded in the state.

The video explores the potential implications of Gudha’s claims on the Congress’ chances in the upcoming assembly elections later this year, discussing the possible impact on the party’s standing among voters.

Stay tuned for an in-depth analysis of the ongoing political battle and its potential ramifications, as BJP steps up its attack on the Rajasthan government and questions its commitment to women’s safety in the state. Don’t miss this gripping political episode that’s sure to keep you on the edge of your seat!

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