He was rebutting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks during his recent visit to Ajmer that the country would go bankrupt if the guarantees announced by the Congress were implemented.
Today, Rajasthan is doing better than states like Gujarat without offering freebies to the people, Gehlot asserted. Several ambitious grassroots schemes have been launched in the state. If you want to see how free Revadis are distributed, please visit Madhya Pradesh.
Chief Minister Gehlot was inaugurating roads and other projects worth Rs 378 crore on Thursday.
The Chief Minister said, we have implemented the schemes on the ground in Rajasthan and have not confined ourselves to announcing new projects. Our social security schemes are not due to elections, but are deliberated decisions.
CM Gehlot also said that state governments depend on loans and the Center does the same. Only then does development happen. He said that no state government can take a loan if the Center does not give permission.