The crowd was absent from Gehlot’s rally, the speech delivered on empty chairs. video

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Chairs empty in CM Ashok Gehlot’s rally

Alwar: A rally in support of Congress candidate Ajay Agarwal was organized in Alwar, Rajasthan, in which CM Ashok Gehlot also participated. But despite the presence of the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, the public meeting remained silent. The condition of the crowd was such that even all the chairs in the venue could not be filled. While it was being claimed that a large crowd had gathered in the meeting. Several senior Congress leaders were present on the stage, but the common people were nowhere to be seen except for the workers.

CM Ashok Gehlot enumerated the achievements.

Ashok Gehlot, who attended a meeting organized for Congress candidate Ajay Agarwal in Alwar city, mentioned the achievements of his government. CM Gehlot said that there are 7 guarantees for the people of Rajasthan. He said that he has ED so I have public guarantee. Gehlot alleged that BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, were inciting in the name of caste and religion. About the schemes of the Congress government, he said that we have given guarantees, made laws, given employment schemes in cities along with employment in rural areas and given insurance up to Rs 25 lakh. 100 units of electricity have been given free.

Work counts from a paper leak to a village.

Addressing a gathering in Alwar, CM Ashok Gehlot said that laws have also been made here regarding paper leaks. 200 people have been arrested. Those involved have had their houses bulldozed and sentenced to life imprisonment. Regarding cow service, he said that the Congress government is doing a lot of work on cows and now they are also buying cow dung at Rs 2 per kg. He said that the Congress government has given a grant for cows. Worked during Lumbi’s illness as well. Cow rearers have been given a grant to take care of sick cows.

Notably, voting for 200 assembly seats of Rajasthan is scheduled on November 25 and the results will be declared on December 3.

(Reporting by Rajesh Chaudhary)

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