Former Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot has taken on the state government and said that government is creating an atmosphere of fear over the meeting of Narendra Modi in Udaipur. This comes on the back of threats issued by Public works minister Yunus Khan, who had told an engineer that if anything happens to his helipad, he will not be spared. Geholt then tweeted the news published in Patrika that government is spreading fear.
Gehlot further added that minister has lost his temper and is threatening officers by saying these kind of thing. Gehlot said that SPG’s security arrangements are minister’s priority and the minister can’t talk like this, reported Patrika.
BJP Govt in State is panicking so much about the PM’s forthcoming visit, that Ministers hv lost all control n are threatening officials too. pic.twitter.com/Jeb9LucdIr
— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) August 27, 2017
Public works minister Yunus Khan has said that Congress is playing politics over the issue of PM Modi’s visit and the elections are still more than 18 months away. PM Modi is only visiting Udaipur to take stock of the situation regarding the games to be played in Khelgaon. The prime minister’s visit is linked with the inauguration of many projects and work on the national highway in Udaipur division.