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Congress is fighting against ED, CBI, IT: Gehlot

Congress is fighting against ED, CBI, IT: Gehlot

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot asserted that in the forthcoming Rajasthan assembly elections, the Congress is not against the BJP but rather against the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Gehlot accused the BJP of resorting to false allegations against the Congress because it cannot compete on the merits of its performance.

Addressing an event in the Adarsh Nagar assembly constituency as part of the Congress' 'Guarantee Yatra,' Gehlot emphasized that the BJP's accusations against the Congress are baseless, as they lack substantive issues to critique.

Gehlot pointed out that the BJP's strategy is to employ central investigative agencies, such as the ED, Income Tax department, and CBI, to target other political parties. He voiced concern that this approach threatens democracy and undermines the rule of law. He emphasized the importance of preserving the Constitution for the security of every individual in the country.

The ED had recently conducted raids related to a money laundering investigation involving the Rajasthan Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasra and had summoned Gehlot's son in a foreign exchange violation case.

Gehlot, alongside Congress' Rajasthan in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, initiated the 'Guarantee Yatra' from the Moti Dungri Ganesh temple. During this yatra, the Congress presents the seven 'guarantees' proclaimed by Gehlot before the assembly elections, including promises such as providing laptops to government college students, English medium education for all students, and an annual honorarium of Rs 10,000 for female heads of families.

The Rajasthan Assembly elections are scheduled for November 25, with vote counting on December 3.

 
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Congress is fighting against ED, CBI, IT: Gehlot

Congress is fighting against ED, CBI, IT: Gehlot

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot asserted that in the forthcoming Rajasthan assembly elections, the Congress is not against the BJP but rather against the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Gehlot accused the BJP of resorting to false allegations against the Congress because it cannot compete on the merits of its performance.

Addressing an event in the Adarsh Nagar assembly constituency as part of the Congress' 'Guarantee Yatra,' Gehlot emphasized that the BJP's accusations against the Congress are baseless, as they lack substantive issues to critique.

Gehlot pointed out that the BJP's strategy is to employ central investigative agencies, such as the ED, Income Tax department, and CBI, to target other political parties. He voiced concern that this approach threatens democracy and undermines the rule of law. He emphasized the importance of preserving the Constitution for the security of every individual in the country.

The ED had recently conducted raids related to a money laundering investigation involving the Rajasthan Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasra and had summoned Gehlot's son in a foreign exchange violation case.

Gehlot, alongside Congress' Rajasthan in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, initiated the 'Guarantee Yatra' from the Moti Dungri Ganesh temple. During this yatra, the Congress presents the seven 'guarantees' proclaimed by Gehlot before the assembly elections, including promises such as providing laptops to government college students, English medium education for all students, and an annual honorarium of Rs 10,000 for female heads of families.

The Rajasthan Assembly elections are scheduled for November 25, with vote counting on December 3.

 
 

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