Rajasthan assembly polls 2023: CM Gehlot gave 5 more guarantees before the upcoming elections, click to know!


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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced five more guarantees for the people of Rajasthan during a press conference in Jaipur, Rajasthan, ahead of the assembly elections to be held on November 25. The five promises of the Rajasthan Chief Minister include free laptops and tablets to first-year college students, insurance cover of Rs 15 lakh for losses caused by natural disasters, the law on the old pension scheme for government employees, and Rs 2 per kg cow dung. Involves procurement and imparting English medium education to all students.

These five guarantees are in addition to the two earlier promises made by Ashok Gehlot during Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's visit. The last two guarantees included providing Rs 10,000 every year to the female head of the family and Rs 500 domestic gas cylinders to 1.4 crore families.

During the press conference, the Rajasthan CM further said that at present Congress has become synonymous with trust in Rajasthan but agencies like the Enforcement Directorate have lost all their credibility. Gehlot said- "At present, Congress is synonymous with trust in Rajasthan. The Congress chief (of Rajasthan) has promoted the policies, programs, and decisions of the government a lot, however, the ED reached his home because he felt the need for support from the government (BJP). 

He further said, "ED also learned a lesson. It is unfortunate that the CM (Bhupesh Baghel) had to say that ED is roaming around the country more than dogs." The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday registered its complaint in the alleged exam paper leak case. As part of the money laundering investigation, the properties of Rajasthan Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara and the party candidate from the Mahua assembly seat were searched.

Apart from the premises of former School Education Minister Dotasara in Sikar and Jaipur, the premises of party candidates from the Mahua seat of Dausa, Omprakash Hoodla, and some others were searched.