Modi Fears Major Setback If Defeated In Raj: Randhawa | Jaipur News

JAIPUR: Senior Congress leader Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa stated on Sunday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi frequently visits Rajasthan due to his apprehensions that a defeat for his party in the state could potentially lead to a more significant nationwide setback.

He expressed this view during a program held to commemorate the assumption of office by Jaipur Rural Congress president Gopal Meena. State in-charge Randhawa said, “Since January, Prime Minister Modi has visited Rajasthan five times, and he has a scheduled meeting in Sikar on July 27. The state assembly polls are due later this year. He fears that if the BJP loses in the upcoming elections here, it will lead to their defeat in the entire country.”
Targeting the BJP, Randhawa alleged that the party intends to dismantle the progress achieved by former prime ministers Indira Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, and Manmohan Singh. Randhawa also pointed out that the prime minister has been ignoring the situation in Manipur, particularly the parading of women, for the past three months and only communicates through ‘Mann ki Baat’.

He praised the Congress government in Rajasthan for its substantial achievements.

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