Lokesh Sharma urges PM Modi to act on Shekhawat scam


CM Ashok Gehlot’s OSD and co-chairman of the Congress state central war room, Lokesh Sharma, has raised questions about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Chittorgarh. Lokesh Sharma said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about taking strict action against corrupt people in his address. If that’s the case, he should first take action against Union Power Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in the Sanjivani Credit Cooperative Society scam, which has affected lakhs of victims.” He also said that they hope that within the next 7 days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while taking action against Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, will send him behind bars.
Lokesh Sharma said that Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had exposed the BJP’s plans to overthrow the government in the state. He said, “The Chief Minister has never accepted defeat in 5 years, whereas the Prime Minister, who came to Rajasthan, is talking about the Chief Minister’s defeat by making outrageous statements. Despite the conspiracies to overthrow the government in Rajasthan, Congress, with its strong governance model, has shown Rajasthan as a model of development in the last 5 years.”
Lokesh Sharma demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi implement Rajasthan’s historic decisions across the country. He questioned, “If the Rajasthan government can provide social security, why can’t the central government implement it?”
On the other hand, OSD Lokesh Sharma said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given 33% reservation to women, but when he came to Chittorgarh, he once again sidelined Vasundhara Raje by saying that there will be only one face in our election, and that is the lotus flower. While the state BJP leaders themselves consider Vasundhara Raje as the party’s most prominent leader in Rajasthan.
Central War Room Co-Chairman Lokesh Sharma questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the new guarantees in Rajasthan. He said, “Prime Minister Modi talked about the guarantee of Narmada water in Rajasthan, but not a word was said about the guarantee of ERCP, which was given to the 13 districts of the state.”