Rajasthan is burning in fire of inflation, corruption: CP Joshi


CP Joshi, the state president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, addressed a public meeting on Monday in support of BJP candidate Rajendra Meena in the Mahwa Assembly and BJP candidate Jitendra Singh Jodha in the Deedwana Assembly through a roadshow. During this, the gathered crowd welcomed CP Joshi enthusiastically and chanted slogans in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party and Narendra Modi.
While addressing the public meeting, Joshi said, “The Congress government in the state has indulged in corruption and appeasement for five years. The public sees that when a Dalit’s son dies, the government gives two lakh rupees, and when the son of a specific community dies, it gives fifty lakh rupees. The Gehlot government has become blind to appeasement. Congress has worked to publicly celebrate Hindu festivals and stop saffron flags in the state. Meanwhile, banned organisations like PFI are allowed to rally in Kota. The people of Rajasthan understand this difference.”
CP Joshi said that this is not an ordinary election but a religious war against those who abuse and end Sanatan. He said, “History is witness that Akbar, Aurangzeb, Khilji, Gauri, and Ghaznavi came here, but they could not end Sanatan. So, what can Congress do?”
He added, “Today, under the misrule of Congress, Rajasthan is burning in the fire of inflation, corruption, and crime.
The state has to face the disgrace of incidents of women’s harassment every day. This government has ties with criminals. Therefore, it cannot muster the courage to end crime. Today, Rajasthan has the highest inflation in the country, and its leaders talk big, but when they come here, they do not advise their chief minister to reduce inflation. Today, petrol-diesel is expensive in Rajasthan.
PM Modi has promised that when the BJP government comes, it will review and reduce the high prices of petrol and diesel, and free the state from inflation. Criminals and corrupt people will be put in jail. Those guilty of paper leaks will not be spared.”