- Union Minister’s taunt on Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot
- Union minister took a jibe at buying 30-35 thousand oxygen concentrator for one lakh
- Said- a book should be written titled “How to do corruption even in disaster”
Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat has taken a jibe at Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot for buying oxygen concentrator worth thirty-five thousand rupees for one lakh. Shekhawat said that “Gehlot ji should now write a book titled “How to do corruption even in disaster”. In his statement on Friday, Shekhawat said, “When people’s lives were in danger in Corona, the Rajasthan government was engaged in politics, how to take advantage of the opportunity to tarnish the image of Modiji and the Center.” He said, then Gehlot ji showed the opportunity that profits can also be made from the purchase of oxygen concentrators through brokers, so concentrators of 30-35 thousand were bought for up to one lakh, while knowing that they had to go in junk.
government like foreign invaders
The Union Minister said, I appreciate those conscious MLAs who directly said no to the poor concentrate. The amount given for the service of the public cannot be sacrificed to corruption. He further said that the person who sees the profit even in the epidemic, that person, that government, is like those foreign invaders, who looted the innocent people of India in the name of governance.
From vaccine to oxygen politics
It is noteworthy that the Corona crisis continues in the country and the state. At the same time, sharp rhetoric is also being made between the center and the state regarding its management. Alam is that there is a verbal war between the center and the state on the subject from corona vaccine to oxygen. The big thing is that as soon as CM Gehlot targets the center regarding vaccine or corona management, the Gajendra Singh government comes forward to counter it. At the same time, the process of removing the shortcomings of the government on behalf of Shekhawat is continuing.
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