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Dark deeds of Gehlot government are sealed in red diary: Dushyant Chautala

Chandigarh, July 24 (Trinew)

Haryana’s Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala has said that the bankruptcy of law and order in Rajasthan has come to an end. In a public meeting in Bharatpur, Rajasthan on Monday, she said that women are not safe in Rajasthan and illegal is happening continuously. He said that everyone knows that the black deeds of this Gehlot government are sealed in the red diary and in the next assembly elections, the people of the state will settle the account of Congress’s misdeeds with interest.

Taking a dig at the Rajasthan government, Dushyant said, “You know everything that the Gehlot government has ruined in the last four and a half years.” Discrimination is being done in jobs and the controversy of Rajasthan in the matter of paper leak remains a topic of discussion all over the country. The mining department is so corrupt that a saint from Rajasthan did satyagraha till his last breath for several months in protest against illegal mining. After this the Gehlot government woke up and stopped mining in the mountains for some time.

Accusing the Rajasthan government of complicity, he said that back-door entry was again given to those doing illegal mining business. The Deputy CM, citing the National Crime Bureau, said that today the law and order situation in Rajasthan is worst.

Addressing the farmers, he said that former Deputy Prime Minister Chaudhary Devi Lal used to say – ‘O innocent farmer, wake up, know yourself and learn to speak’. He said, how many MLAs are there today who raise the voice of farmers in the assembly, all are silent. If you want your voice to be heard in the assembly, then support Jannayak Janta Party. The Deputy Chief Minister called upon the people of Rajasthan to strongly support the JJP, so here too, like Haryana, 75 percent reservation will be given to the youth of Rajasthan in jobs in private factories on Rajasthan land and 50 percent share to women in Panchayati Raj institutions. On this occasion, JJP’s state president Prithvi Singh Meel, Sanjay Chaudhary, Prateek Mahariya, Ramniwas Yadav, Farukh Sheikh and many other leaders and workers were present.

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