BJP Vs Congress: Gujarat Election Campaign Reaches Its Climax

| Updated: November 23, 2022 12:58 pm

Gujarat is prepared for the upcoming assembly elections in 2022, which will take place in December. Gujarat will vote in two phases on December 1 and 5, according to the schedule made public by the Indian Election Commission. 

Pawan Kheraji, spokesperson for the Indian National Congress, made a serious allegation against the Aam Aadmi Party and showed a video of his own government minister Satyendra Jain getting his father’s hands massaged in the Delhi government’s jail, referring to the Aam Aadmi Party’s exploits. In the video, it can be clearly seen that Aam Aadmi Party’s Delhi government minister Satyendar Jain is getting a massage from a prisoner accused of rape. He was accused of raping his own daughter, and an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) minister is serving a sentence in jail under the Delhi government on charges of corruption. However, in Delhi Manish Sisodia and Arvind Kejriwal said that Satyendar Jain is sick. That is why he is being given physiotherapy, today it is known that Satyendra Jain is not ill, the whole party is sick. The whole leadership is sick. The whole party is corrupt. These people have come to defame politics.

Today, we want to know where Anna Hazare is. Why isn’t he opening his mouth? Those who advocate clean politics have had their faces exposed not only in the country, but around the world. During the Gujarat elections, another face of the Aam Aadmi Party emerged. Gulab Singh Yadav, the face of the Aam Aadmi Party’s Gujarat campaign in-charge was also there. His name came up in the context of an alleged sexual assault on a woman. What is the Aam Aadmi Party’s deal with someone accused of raping his own daughter massaging Satyendra Jain? Will his punishment be diluted? Is he tempted to get out of jail? This is the same Aam Aadmi Party that vehemently opposed it in the country’s much-discussed Nirbhaya case. 

Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) President Jagdishbhai Thakor, the BJP government, and the system are behaving undemocratically during the elections. In Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the central government will create 71,000 jobs. Previously, there was talk of creating 75,000 jobs. The Congress would like to know when all of these positions were tested. How many jobs were given in Gujarat in total? A total of 1,46,000 positions will be assigned to whom in which departments. The Modi government should come out with a white paper for jobs and release a white paper with full information about when the examinations were held, and when the appointment letters were given, which should be put up in the public domain (website). Such advertisements and speeches are a clear violation of the code of conduct during the election period when the code of conduct is in force in the state.

Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) President Jagdish Thakor has accused the BJP and its machinery of “nepotism.” By keeping the kinnakhori, the BJP is harassing the Congress in the elections. Permission to take off a plane – helicopter received 24 hours ago – is revoked the next day within an hour. Whether the Congress has to land a helicopter or a private plane, if it has to park, the Airport Authority is also making the Congress more difficult.

 Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s private plane was not given permission for parking and finally had to be sent to land for parking at Vadodara airport. The Congress is getting only two entry passes at the airport. While the BJP is getting about 30 airport entry passes. Six kilometers from the public meeting. Congress leaders’ and workers’ vehicles must travel long distances for parking and walk to the venue, despite the fact that there is a parking arrangement nearby. 

The GPCC’s president, Jagdish Thakor, accused the BJP of failing to recognize the situation in Surendranagar. The BJP government is preoccupied with yatras and celebrations. Last year, the demand to declare Surendranagar district as drought-hit had intensified. Fodder and water shortages in the Jhalawar panth have gotten worse over the past few years, driving people to leave. 

Jhalawar has not received rainfall despite the passage of more than half of the monsoon this year. The earth is shaking. It was proposed by the government to provide assistance to farmers, pastoralists and farm labourers. Surendranagar district has received scanty rainfall during the current monsoon. The condition of grasslands has worsened. In rural areas, the condition of drinking water has become critical as lakes and check dams have dried up. Last year, there was also a shortage of fodder for cattle. After many years, Surendranagar district is facing the possibility of a dry drought this year.

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