BJP won’t cross 50 seats in Rajasthan polls: Sachin Pilot

BJP won’t cross 50 seats in Rajasthan polls: Sachin Pilot
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Congress leader and former MP Sachin Pilot is one of the front-runners for chief ministership in Rajasthan and is contesting his first assembly election. He said in five years, there were drought and flood, rape and killing, acrimony and social unrest, mob lynching and cow vigilante violence, but no BJP leader from Delhi came here.

As reported by the times of India, Sachin Pilot said BJP wants to change the narrative to religion, caste, gotra, Hindu-Muslim, mandir-masjid. They don’t talk about growth, jobs, farmer suicides or price rise. They are avoiding these issues because they have no achievements to show.

Sachin said PM talks about dynastic politics with Vasundhara Raje by his side, who also belongs to dynasty politics. Claiming that Congress is one of the most democratic parties, Sachin said BJP is a one-man show.

Saying that BJP is living in a fantasy, Sachin predicted that BJP will not cross 50 seats in Rajasthan because people have decided not only to elect Congress but also teach BJP a lesson.