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Mining mafia dominates in Congress government, atrocities against women increased – Dushyant

Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Dushyant Chautala expressed concerns over the governance of the Congress government in Rajasthan. He pointed
out that various sections of the population are facing challenges, citing the dominance of the mining mafia, a surge in incidents of violence against women, and the recent paper leak scandal that has garnered national attention, making Rajasthan the number one state in this regard.

  During a press conference in Jaipur on Thursday, Dushyant Chautala asserted that the questionable actions of the Gehlot government are well-documented and concealed in undisclosed records. He also emphasized that the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) is prepared to vigorously contest the Rajasthan assembly elections. He expressed confidence that, with favorable election results and the support of the state’s citizens, the JJP’s election symbol will make its mark in the Rajasthan assembly. Dushyant Chautala said that the JJP’s influence in the state is steadily growing, and the party is advancing robustly with the addition of new influential members.

  Expressing concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in Rajasthan, holding the Congress government in the state responsible for it, the Deputy CM highlighted the rise in criminal cases against women, leading to a growing sense of insecurity among the public. Dushyant Chautala also pointed out that the mining mafia appears to wield significant influence in Rajasthan, operating with impunity under the current government. He suggested that Rajasthan is currently experiencing not the rule of Congress but the rule of a corrupt mafia. He asserted that the misdeeds of this government are widely recognized and documented, alluding to a “red diary” where they are noted. Dushyant Chautala indicated that the forthcoming assembly elections would be an opportunity for the people of the state to hold the Congress accountable for their actions, with interest.

Sh. Dushyant Chautala asserted that over the past four and a half years, the Gehlot government has severely eroded the governance and administration infrastructure, which is widely acknowledged. He expressed concern about job discrimination and highlighted that Rajasthan has attained the unfortunate distinction of being the number-one state in the country for paper leaks. Chautala noted that the Congress government’s actions are adversely affecting the future of the state’s youth, who are burdened by frequent paper leaks and repeated examinations.

Sh. Chautala criticized the government for failing to provide employment opportunities and accused them of inadequately addressing examination
arrangements. He pointed out that when INSO students raised their voices in the interest of the students, the Gehlot government resorted to arrests.

Dushyant Chautala appealed to the people of Rajasthan to support the JJP for the betterment of the state. He promised to implement policies similar to those in Haryana, including 75 percent reservation in private sector jobs for youth, a 50 percent share for women in Panchayati Raj institutions, improved crop purchase and payment processes, a robust mandi system, and fair compensation for crop damage to farmers. Chautala emphasized his strong ties to Rajasthan, highlighting the political legacy of his family in the state. He announced plans to celebrate Jannayak Chaudhary Devi Lal’s birth anniversary on September 25 as “Kisan Vijay Samman Divas” in Sikar, dedicated to honoring farmers, soldiers, and women.