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Entertainment game going on in Rajasthan Congress: Anurag Thakur | Indiablooms

Hamirpur/UNI: Union Information and Broadcasting Minister, Anurag Thakur, said Monday an entertainment game was going on in Rajasthan Congress party.

He said, “While on one hand, the Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is going to become the All India Congress party chief and on other hand, he was trying to save his government as there was a conflict in the party about the next Chief Minister.”

While talking to local reporters during the first day of his two day tour of Hamirpur, he said the tenure of the Chief Minister of Rajasthan was spent only in saving his government.

He said, “If the people support, then the BJP will once again bring Rajasthan on the path of development”.

Regarding the Mandi rally of the party and the statements of the Congress party leaders for that, Anurag Thakur said the Prime Minister had always been visiting Himachal and considered Himachal as his second home.

He said, “The weather is not in anyone’s hands, if the weather was clear, the Prime Minister would have come. He said the Prime Minister made a virtual address to the youth in time so that everyone could reach home on time.”

Taking a jibe at the elections of the Congress national president, he said that it is a good thing for the party to get a new president, but nominations are being taken in Congress with one hand and shows of strength on the other hand.

On the questions of inaugurating the unfinished works by the Congress party, Anurag Thakur said the BJP had always allocated the budget to the works first and completed them in time and inaugurated them thereafter .However, no such thing used to happen when the Congress party was in power.

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