Rajasthan Election: Gehlot Alleges BJP Conspiracy Ahead of State Elections

Ashok Gehlot

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of orchestrating controversies around the “red diary” and the “Mahadev betting app” as part of a conspiracy to influence the upcoming assembly elections in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. Gehlot emphasized the need for a thorough investigation into these matters, proposing that it be conducted by a retired Supreme Court judge. He also responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comments on late Congress leader Rajesh Pilot, accusing the BJP of trying to provoke the Gurjar community in the state.

Calls for Impartial Inquiry by Retired Supreme Court Judge

Gehlot, in a press conference at the Congress office, urged for a comprehensive investigation into the issues surrounding the “red diary” and the “Mahadev betting app.” He insisted that a retired judge from the Supreme Court should lead the inquiry to ensure impartiality. The Chief Minister expressed concerns about the BJP’s alleged attempts to manipulate public sentiment ahead of the upcoming state elections.

BJP Accused of Misleading Tactics

The Rajasthan Chief Minister condemned the BJP’s tactics of using full-page newspaper advertisements, compiling news clippings on crime incidents in the state. Gehlot asserted that such strategies aim to “mislead people and hatch conspiracies” with the intent of securing victories in the electoral arena. The political atmosphere in Rajasthan is heating up as the state prepares for crucial assembly elections, with leaders from both parties engaging in intense exchanges.

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