On the night of March 15, ‘Ram Darbar’ the entry gate of the famous Salasar temple in the Churu district of Rajasthan was demolished by the Gehlot government. The act can be seen in the video where the statute of Ram, Sita and Laxman was installed.
BJP Rajasthan has called the demolition at the night a ‘Nocturnal act’. “ In the night, the Gehlot government ran a bulldozer on the idols of Lord Ram and his court. Gehlot Ji, we will not forget…”, said BJP.
Section 144 of IPC has been imposed in Kota (Rajasthan) from March 22 to April 21, in view of maintaining ‘law & order’ with the screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’, said an order released by Kota District Collector.
The anti-Hindu agenda can be seen from the act of the Gehlot Government. The demolition of ‘Ram Darbar’ the entry gate of the famous Salasar temple and stopping people from watching the ‘movie’ through the imposition of section 144 reflect his anti-Hindu policies.
Corruption & Crime record high
In corruption, crime rate and lawlessness, Rajasthan is leading on all fronts under the Congress government. It ranked number one in registered rape cases and second in corruption cases in India, according to NCRB.
Shanti Dhariwal, minister in the Rajasthan government, legitimising rape said that “ number one in rape because it is a state of men.” The minister’s statement reflects the government’s lacklustre action in the law & order situation.
REET Paper Leak
The alarming crime and corruption cases in the state reflect the condition of the state under the congress. The state of lawlessness can be traced from the fact that recently conducted REET exam question paper was stolen and leaked from the education department two days before REET.
The deteriorating situation of law and order and the anti-Hindu acts of the Gehlot government shows that days are numbered for Congress’s government in the state.