Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot was on a tour of Dungarpur on Tuesday. Before that they reached Kota. Where he addressed the airport media. On the question asked about the IT survey on BBC, he said that the agencies are under pressure. Agencies should work impartially. But agencies have to work under pressure.
Public trust in BBC
Targeting the NDA and Bharatiya Janata Party government, the CM said that the country has been brought into disrepute in the world by targeting BBC. Why the BBC was raided, this information will have to be given to the people of the country. BBC has credibility all over the world. I have seen for 40 years that even today people have faith in BBC news. In such a situation, the center should tell the people the reason for the raid.
The CM said that what the NDA government wants is beyond comprehension. There is an atmosphere of fear and tension in the entire country. Regarding this, Rahul Gandhi has taken out Bharat Jodo Yatra, so that inflation and unemployment end in the country, love, brotherhood prevails and the gap between poverty ends.
Reacting sharply to the raids being conducted by the agencies, he said that the central government has affected all the three agencies. They cannot be called fair at any cost. Unfortunately all the agencies are working under their pressure. Targeted raids are being conducted.
Many decisions are coming in such a way that even people are surprised. In this case it is a matter of concern. He said that targeted raids are being conducted in the states where elections are held.
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