Jaipur: In what could be an unenthusiastic signal for the ruling Congress in Rajasthan, an intelligence survey said that Ashok Gehlot government is unlikely to return to power in the state.

According to the survey, in the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly House, the BJP is likely to get 110-115 seats, while the Congress may win 65-70 seats. Kirori Lal Meena’s new party may register victory on 10 seats it said.

The survey states that the non-performing ministers of Gehlot cabinet and the alleged anti-people policies pursued by the Central Government are the reasons for the possible defeat of the Congress government in the state. Most of the ministers in the Gehlot government may face big defeat in the assembly polls, survey said.
 
Meanwhile, the people have hailed the Gehlot government’s policies like the free distribution of medicine in the government hospitals, free medical check -up, providing cheap grains and the construction of 10 lakh affordable houses for the poor people. They are unhappy over the higher price rise, annual cap on the subsidized cooking gas cylinders, corruption and FDI.   

Muslim voters are annoyed with the state government over killing of 70 minorities in Gopalgarh, the report said. They feel safe in the Vasundhara Raje regime, survey said.

(JPN/Bureau)

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