Jaipur: Former chief minister Ashok Gehlot today said that Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje should “feel sorry and tender an apology to the people for ignoring Jodhpur in her rule so far”.
“The Chief Minister is now inaugurating projects which were initiated by the former Congress government for Jodhpur,” he told reporters here.
Most of the works which were initiated by the Congress were stalled by the ruling government, Gehlot alleged.
“Raje in her three years did not do any work for Jodhpur and she should apologise to the people,” he said.
On demonetisation, Gehlot said, “It has not eliminated the problem of black-money. Rather some bank officials have became rich by converting black-money into white on commission.”
Meanwhile, state Congress chief Sachin Pilot condemned the hike in fuel prices.
“The hike has put extra burden on the people. Inflation in the BJP rule is high and the common man is facing tough time in the party’s rule,” he said in a statement here.