This has been proved following the result of the recent Assembly by-polls held in the state, he said.

Addressing a gathering of party workers here, Pilot on Saturday said "BJP had made slew of promises before coming to power. One of them was providing employment to 15 lakh youth, but 11 months have passed since the government has formed and not single person has been employed."

He also alleged that BJP government was bent upon ending the welfare schemes initiated by the erstwhile Ashok Gehlot government.

"People are aware of the fact that due to such welfare schemes, how many people were getting free medicines, how many patients were being treated free of cost," Pilot said.

At another workers' meet at Sikar, Pilot accused BJP of dividing the society and said "BJP neither has a leader nor a policy."

He also accused the BJP government of changing the process of electing heads of the municipal councils, saying the party does not have true integrity.

He appealed the workers to remain united and ensure the party's victory in the municipal polls.

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