Rajasthan’s Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, announced the distribution of 40 lakh smartphones and three years of free internet to women in the province. The mobile phone distribution will begin on July 25. Gehlot also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rajasthan’s assembly elections are planned for this year end; Gehlot criticizes the central government on unfulfilled promises on ERCP and MSP law.
With free smartphones and the internet, Ashok Gehlot’s Mega-Bid targets Rajasthan’s female voters
This declaration was made on Monday by the chief minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, at the Kisan Mahotsav in Udaipur. Mobile phone distribution will start on July 25.
The chief minister of Rajasthan announced the distribution of 40 Lakh smartphones to women and offered them three years of the internet
The chief minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, has declared that in July, about 40 lakh women in the province will receive smartphones and three years of free internet. The Chief Minister made the statement on Monday while speaking at the Kisan Mahotsav in Udaipur. Mobile phone distribution will begin on July 25. On this occasion, he also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Gehlot called the PM clever
Gehlot referred to the PM as cunning and claimed that despite giving Rs 6,000 to farmers every three months, he is skilled in the promotion. The Congress administration provides 2,000 units of free electricity annually, amounting to Rs 21,600.
Gehlot questions PM Modi on MSP law
In a question directed to Prime Minister Modi, he asked Gehlot if there had been no legislation regarding Minimum Support Price (MSP) during his nine-year tenure. “When Modiji was Gujarat’s chief minister, he used to ask the UPA why the authorities were not passing an MSP law.” The Chief Minister said, “I now ask Modiji why he has not passed any MSP law.”
The Election bound state of Rajasthan
In Rajasthan, where Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and party leader Sachin Pilot have frequently engaged in public standoffs, the incumbent Congress’ internal contradictions challenge the party and reveal several weaknesses. The BJP may benefit from the Congress’ inability to organize its affairs, but the BJP itself is not in a good position given the uncertainty surrounding the state leadership’s prospects in the upcoming elections.
The election campaign for the Assembly election
Rajasthan is crucial for the assembly and the Lok Sabha, and the election campaign has already begun. As part of his “Mehangayi Rahat Camp,” Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is moving throughout the state to monitor the reach of his government’s relief schemes for the common people of Rajasthan, whereas BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Modi, have made several trips to the state.