Rajasthan Assembly Polls: 'Laal Diary' contains Gehlot's 'Kacha Chitta' says Amit Shah

Amit Shah took a jibe at the current Chief Minister and advised the youths present at the rally to avoid wearing 'red' clothes to Gehlot's campaign.

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah slammed Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, saying that the 'Laal Diary' contains Gehlot's ''Kacha Chitta'. He pointed out that the rough draft of all calculations about the alleged scams under his watch which occurred during Gehlot's term. 

Amit Shah said while addressing a rally in Rajasthan's Bijainagar on Friday, "Laal Diary has Ashok Gehlot's 'Kacha Chitta'. It has all calculations of corruption worth thousands of crores." 

Centre of politics: Laal Diary

The Laal Diary has become one of the most talked-about political points ever since former Rajasthan Minister Rajendra Gudha claimed that the Diary has all information related to financial transactions involving the Chief Minister.

Amit Shah took a jibe at the current Chief Minister and advised the youths present at the rally to avoid wearing 'red' clothes to Gehlot's campaign.

Shah asked, "Some youths have come here wearing red shirts and jerseys. It is okay that you have come to my public meeting. But don't go to Gehlot's meeting. Just like the Bulls run seeing red, Gehlot will also. Do you know why? What is in the 'Laal Diary'?" 

Shah terms Ashok Gehlot's gov corrupt

The Union Minister said that Ashok Gehlot has been involved in so much corruption in these five years that the total scams amount is more than those done by all the state governments in Rajasthan since independence.

Continuing the attack on the opposition leader, Shah said, "For five years, you've seen the Congress government. In these five years, if Congress has done anything big, it is corruption."

The Union Home Minister appeals to vote BJP, "When you cast your vote for the Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha elections, do not think that you are voting to elect an MLA or BJP. But your vote is for Rajasthan and the country to prosper, to bring about a double-engine government in Rajasthan under the leadership of Narendra Modi."

Rajasthan will undergo elections on November 25 and the counting of votes will be done on December 3. In the Legislative Assembly elections of 2013, the BJP won 163 seats and formed the government in Rajasthan.