The Congress is always accused of having the Gandhi family at the center of the schemes launched by its governments. Schemes are named after him and they are also promoted in his name. But in this sense, the program (Mission 2030) of Ashok Gehlot government of Rajasthan is presenting a different picture. The pictures of Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi are completely missing from the Birla Bhawan of Jaipur, the venue of the program, to the streets of Jaipur. Everywhere only big pictures of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot are attracting people's attention. What is this change indicating?
Actually, the answer to this change in the Congress is found in the election strategy of the BJP. BJP has not yet been able to declare its face in Rajasthan. It is believed that BJP can contest elections on the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The entire election campaign of the BJP can be confined around the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the schemes of the central government. In such a situation, the entire election battle can be between two faces, in which Modi will be on one side and Ashok Gehlot on the other. This is the reason why only Ashok Gehlot is visible in the entire election campaign of Congress in Rajasthan under a strategy.
The party had withdrawn the names of Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi to answer the allegations of nepotism and had given Mallikarjun Kharge the opportunity to lead the party from the front. Since this strategy of the party has been quite successful at the national level, it can be assumed that it has consciously adopted the same strategy at the state level.
This strategy of Congress is not visible only on the faces. In the Rajasthan or Chhattisgarh assembly elections, a battle can also be seen between the BJP and the Congress for the welfare schemes of both the parties. Its effect can be seen not only on these assembly elections, but also on the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Keeping this in mind, the schemes of the Rajasthan government are being widely publicized in every programme.
If the bet of Congress's schemes works in Rajasthan, then many of these can be seen in the manifesto of Congress for Lok Sabha elections.
While addressing the people in the Mission 2030 program, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot attacked the central government fiercely without taking its name. He said that he wants to take everyone along. By restoring the old pension, want to secure the rest of the life of those people who have spent their whole life in the service of the country. If we want to ensure the safety of daughters by depriving molesters of jobs, then we want to provide more employment and sports facilities to the youth and provide them an opportunity to move forward.
PM Modi is talking about making the country a developed nation in 2047, while Ashok Gehlot is talking about making Rajasthan number one in 2030 itself. Only the state government does not want to do its own thing in achieving this goal. She wants to ensure the role of every Rajasthani in shaping the Rajasthan of 2030. Everyone's opinion will be taken for this and the Chief Minister himself will talk to the people. On the pretext of this, Gehlot wants to connect with the people. How successful this effort was, only the election results will tell.