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State govt’s inflation relief camps are disaster camps: CP Joshi
Jaipur: BJP state president CP Joshi has called inflation relief camps as disaster camps for the public. Joshi said that the government did the work of putting the public in trouble through these camps and now trouble is going to befall the government. Joshi also attacked the Congress over the ban on Bajrang Dal. Before leaving for Karnataka, Joshi said that it was in the Rajasthan government’s manifesto that it would end inflation, but did nothing in four years. “Now dearness relief camps have been set up which have become hurt camps instead of relief camps.” He said.
Joshi said that they must learn from PM Narendra Modi how relief has been brought to every person sitting at home. Joshi said that in the relief camp, people collapse and die. “Government has put the lives of the people in danger. It is unfortunate to raise protest slogans against the PM in a government programme by installing LEDs. This is a crime and action should be taken against the leaders and officials found guilty. There is an attempt to spread hatred by showing LED against the PM by misusing government money,” he said.
Joshi said in the case of Bajrang Dal ban announcement by the Karnataka Congress has in a way crossed the limits of appeasement. “The comparison of terrorist organizations with Bajrang Dal is unfortunate. Even in Rajasthan, a minister has talked about banning Bajrang Dal, this is the extreme limit of appeasement. The downfall of the government which banned the hoisting of the saffron flag, chanting the slogan of Shri Ram, banning the procession on Ram Navami is certain,” he said.
Regarding Modi’s arrival, Joshi said that PM Modi is coming to Rajasthan on May 10. “He will go to Brahma Kumari after visiting Shrinathji. From there he will address the public meeting at Abu Road. There is enthusiasm among the people of Rajasthan that PM Modi is coming,” he said.