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The Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government in Rajasthan completed 4 years on Wednesday, and on the occasion, the Opposition Congress's state president Sachin Pilot inaugurated a digital countdown clock marking the end of the BJP rule in the state.
Terming the 4 years of BJP rule a "spectacular failure", Pilot began the countdown clock with 365 days indicating it as the time left for the BJP. Pilot slammed chief minister Vasundhara Raje, claiming that her government has failed on all fronts, from law and order to health, education, and corruption.
"The chief minister has institutionalised corruption. All the limits have been crossed but she remains silent," Pilot alleged.
"In Rajasthan, the government is CM and her office. The decision making is centralized. On the ground, the four years of Raje government is a spectacular failure and the CM should apologize for celebrating it with public money,” he added.
"The opposition protested on roads and staged dharna in the assembly but the chief minister never replied on farm loan waiver. A committee was constituted, which is of no importance. If the government intends to waive of the farm loans, then why wait till the elections,” Pilot said.
Sachin Pilot expressed confidence that the Congress would win the bypolls to 3 seats, 2 Lok Sabha (Ajmer and Alwar) and an assembly (Mandalgarh) seat for which the BJP had been campaigning.
“Had they (BJP) worked for four years, than there would have been no requirement for the CM to visit and stay in such areas for weeks. The CM is now holding community wise meetings… such act sends out a wrong message,” the Congress state president said.