Internet desk. Although six months are left for the elections in Rajasthan, both BJP and Congress have become active regarding the elections. Amidst all this, BJP leader and Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi sounded the election trumpet in Ajmer on Wednesday. He first worshiped at the Brahma temple in Pushkar and then reached Ajmer.
Addressing a gathering here, the Prime Minister took a dig at the Congress. He surrounded the Congress government of the state and said that four and a half years of the government have passed only in fighting, what development will it do? Meanwhile, he also targeted the previous Congress government. Referring to the situation before 2014, Prime Minister Modi said that people across the country are on the streets against corruption. He said that Congress is the only party which gets 85 percent commission in every scheme.
He said that the Congress government is also afraid of building roads on the border. Every day there were terrorist attacks in big cities. Without naming Sonia Gandhi, he said that at that time the Prime Minister had superpowers, the Congress government was run by remote control.