PM Modi accuses the Congress government of selling papers for all exams in poll-bound Rajasthan.

During a rally in Kota, Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the Congress government in Rajasthan led by Ashok Gehlot, specifically addressing the issue of paper leaks. Modi assured that if the Bharatiya Janata Party forms a government in the state, actions will be taken against those involved in the paper leaks, emphasizing the impact on students who come to Kota for education.

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He accused the Congress party of undermining the dreams of youth over the past five years by allegedly selling papers for all exams. Modi asserted that those responsible for the paper leak would be sent to jail.

The Prime Minister also raised concerns about rallies by the banned Popular Front of India (PFI) taking place openly with state sanction. He claimed that as long as the Congress government remains in power, more damage will be inflicted on Rajasthan.

Modi expressed his observation of “intense anger” among the people of Rajasthan towards the Gehlot government, stating that various segments, including youth, women, farmers, traders, businessmen, and shopkeepers, desire freedom from the Congress. He suggested that these sentiments could lead to Rajasthan contributing to a Congress-free India.

Rajasthan is scheduled for assembly elections on November 25, with the counting of votes set for December 3. In the 2018 elections, the Congress won 100 seats, while the BJP secured 73 seats in the 200-member House. Ashok Gehlot assumed the role of Chief Minister with the support of BSP MLAs and Independents after the election.

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