BJP accuses Congress of pelting stones at Vasundhara Raje’s rally in Pipad, claims Ashok Gehlot afraid of Rajasthan chief minister

The decision BJP in Rajasthan said on Monday that the Opposition Congress was scared by the fame of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and was endeavoring to upset her statewide Gaurav Yatra utilizing “different means”.

Previous Rajasthan BJP president Ashok Parnami said Congress national general secretary Ashok Gehlot was “anxious” of Raje’s ubiquity after a couple of individuals pelted stones at Raje’s gathering on Saturday in Pipad town of Jodhpur division.

Raje and other BJP pioneers have blamed the Congress for organizing the occurrence.

The Opposition party has censured the occurrence however said it doesn’t embrace such sort of strategies. “Congress doesn’t need the yatra to continue and is attempting to upset it through different means, including by recording a writ request of in the High Court and afterward pelting stones on Raje’s Rath in Pipad. For what reason is Ashok Gehlot anxious of Raje’s rising prevalence,” Parnami said at a question and answer session in Jaipur. He indicated recordings in which a gathering of individuals could be seen supporting Gehlot and impelling the group to pelt stones on Raje’s procession.

Congress has a fortification in Pipad and they can’t modest far from obligation by just denouncing the occurrence, he included. Fifteen individuals have been captured regarding the episode, Additional Superintendent of Police (Jodhpur country), Khinv Singh stated, including, five of them were arrested on Monday.

The BJP pioneer said the general population captured would uncover their character amid police cross examination. Gehlot and state Congress boss Sachin Pilot on Sunday denounced the stone-pelting episode and said tragically that the BJP was considering their gathering dependable. “It is a very condemnable act on the off chance that somebody has tossed stones amid the visit of the Chief Minister,” Gehlot had tweeted.

Parmani said the general population of Rajasthan have been supporting Raje’s yatra, which started from Udaipur division on 4 August. This is the second period of the yatra. On Saturday night, a couple of blackguards upset Raje’s yatra and pelted stones amid a gathering. Stones were additionally heaved on the main clergyman’s rath in Pipad, police said.

Prior that day, a couple of scalawags pelted stones on Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf’s vehicle close Khairwara town, breaking its back windshield. Saraf told correspondents on Monday that he considers Congress and its supporters in charge of the episode.

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