Rajasthan Congress chairman Govind Singh Dotasra. On Tuesday dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “an adept in diverting public attention”. And said visiting construction projects is the task of engineers. Not the prime minister. He made the statement during the PM’s visit. To the Central Vista project site in New Delhi on Sunday night. “The Prime Minister paid a visit to the Central Vista site. But that is the responsibility of engineers. Dotsra described him as a master at diverting public attention.
Rajasthan Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasra: PM visited Central Vista site but that is the work of engineers. He is an expert in diverting public attention.
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- Comment on the Prime minister.
- Making it a political issue.
“Instead of making such trips. He should explain what the country benefitted from his international trips. Why he isn’t holding farmer dialogues. And why the central government isn’t providing Rajasthan its GST share,” he added. Farmers are enraged by the BJP, according to him, and there is hostility among them toward the central government due to its agriculture legislation.
Dotasra, who is also the minister of school education. Expressed optimism that the Congress party will win byelections. In the assembly seats of Dhariawad (Pratapgarh) and Vallabhnagar (Udaipur). “The Congress Party is completely prepared. And our workers are excited about the upcoming byelections. He told reporters at his residence. That the Congress party had won the panchayat elections. And that the party will win not only the assembly by-polls. But all future elections.
“The central government has refused. To speak to farmers who have been protesting farm rules for months. “Inflation is always rising. But the central government is unconcerned.
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“The Rajasthan government has done. A fantastic job and established a model. In fiscal management by introducing initiatives. Like the Chiranjeevi health insurance scheme. Which has helped people,” he said. The state government. Led by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has completed 64% of the pledges stated in the election manifesto. According to Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas. And has developed “Ramrajya” in Rajasthan. Where good governance and public welfare initiatives are now out.