- Home Minister Amit Shah was recently on a 2-day visit to Rajasthan.
- Cong leader Govind Dotasra claimed that many BJP leaders weren't given chance to address the public.
- Dotasra said this “clearly indicates” Gajendra Shekhawat will be the BJP's CM face in the state.
Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat will be Bhartiya Janata Party's Chief ministerial face in Rajasthan assembly polls slated for 2023, as per Congress leader Govind Singh Dotasra. Referring to Home Minister Amit Shah's recent visit to the state, Dotasra claimed Barmer MP Kailash Chaudhary, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Gulab Chand Kataria and BJP state president Satish Poonia were not given chance to address public events.
"Not keeping along the local farmer leader and Barmer MP Kailash Chaudhary and not giving space to his photograph clearly indicates that Gajendra Singh ji will be the face for chief minister in Rajasthan in times to come," Dotasra, who is chief of the Rajasthan Congress, said.
He claimed that Shah did not even take the name of Poonia during his rally. Kataria, who is the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, was not given a chance to address the rally, he added.
Dotasra said all such events “clearly indicate” that Shekhawat will be the BJP's chief ministerial face in the elections.
Amit Shah recently concluded his 2-day visit to Rajasthan, where he attended BSF's Raising Day in Jaisalmer, and also attended a cabinet meeting in Jaipur. He slammed the Rajasthan state government during an address, saying, "the useless Gehlot government needs to be rooted out in time".
(With PTI Inputs)