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‘Leader’s small acts show their intentions’
Jaipur: BJP National President JP Nadda, on Thursday, made scathing attack on Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Jaipur and said that small acts of any leader shows their intentions. “Speakers before me said that Gehlot had made this promise, Rahul Baba had made that promise, but they were not fulfilled. In politics, the intention of the leader can be known from small acts. If the leader changes the name of Bhamashah Yojana to Janadhar Yojana, then it is said that the book has been changed but the book is the same. Nothing happens in this, but it only goes to show how small the leader’s thinking is,” Nadda said.
The national president of the saffron party did not stop there and further said that the Annapurna kitchen of the BJP government was being run successfully. “But he felt that he would not be able to show loyalty to the Congress party until we rename it into Indira Rasoi. They do not serve the public. He does not like the name Annapurna associated with Indian culture, but sings a name associated with one family. This is their policy.” Nadda described the land of Rajasthan as the land of dedication and heroes. At the end of the program, he flagged off 51 Jan Aakrosh Raths. Nadda also took a dig at CM Ashok Gehlot regarding the Jal Jeevan Mission. “Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Shekhawat is from Rajasthan. It is sad to say that even in the Jal Jeevan Mission, Gehlot is creating hurdles.