Rajasthan Assembly Election Campaigning Comes To An End

As the curtain drew close on the election campaign for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly polls on November 23, both the BJP and Congress leaders took center stage at rallies across the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing a gathering in Deogarh, criticized the current Congress regime, asserting that Rajasthan had never witnessed a more “anti-women” government. Modi praised the women supporting the BJP and claimed that the state had experienced unprecedented mistreatment of women under the present administration.

In a separate event in Jaipur, Union Home Minister Amit Shah expressed confidence that the people of Rajasthan were ready to bid farewell to the Congress regime. Shah attributed the Congress’s declining popularity to alleged practices of nepotism, corruption, and appeasement, contrasting it with the BJP’s transparent implementation of central schemes that directly benefited millions in Rajasthan.

Rajasthan Assembly Election Campaigning Comes To An End

Rajasthan Assembly Election Campaigning Comes To An End

Simultaneously, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Deputy Sachin Pilot, leading the Congress charge, addressed multiple rallies. Gehlot called for a probe by a retired Supreme Court judge into the Mahadev betting app case and the “red diary” detailing corruption, accusing the BJP of orchestrating conspiracies. The BJP’s manifesto emphasized anti-corruption measures, women’s welfare schemes, and a vision to transform the state into a $350-billion economy. They also pledged to further reduce gas cylinder prices to Rs 450. In contrast, the Congress promised a steeper reduction in cylinder prices to Rs 400, highlighting their focus on agriculture, employment, and women’s welfare schemes.

As campaigning came to an end at 6 pm on November 23, Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Gupta announced restrictions on public meetings or processions beyond this deadline. The stage is set for the Rajasthan Assembly elections, with both major parties making their final appeals to voters.

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