Addressing an election campaign rally in Pali district of Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged that Congress and its allies in 'Ghamandiya' alliance have announced plans to finish the Sanatana Dharma.
He then stated that finishing Sanatana Dharma means finishing the culture of Rajasthan and asked voters to not let that happen by voting for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in assembly elections scheduled for 25 November.
Modi accused the Congress of making Rajasthan number 1 in crimes against women. Targeting Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Modi pointed out the latter's statement that the complaints of such crimes are false.
"Will any mother-sister file a false complaint in our country? Women of our country can't lie. If she is going to a police station to file a complaint, then will it not be true? CM should promise investigation but he gives certificate that these are false complaints," Modi added.
"This Congress government's priority is corruption, dynastic politics and appeasement. Congress pushed Rajasthan into riots. Terrorist mindset was encouraged. This Congress needs to be taught a lesson," the PM said appealing to the voters.
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