PM Modi says: The BJP will work on the following five principles to bring Rajasthan on the path of progress and development:
1. Education to the children
2. Employment to the youth
3. Irrigation facilities to the Farmer
4.Medicine and health facilities to the elderly
5. Listen to each and every one
Under the Jan Dhan Yojana and Start-Up India, we have given loans worth of Rs. 14 crore to those who wanted to start their own businesses : PM Modi in Dausa
The BJP has made toilets under Swachch Bharat, we made toilets so that women don’t have to defacate on the open : PM Modi in Dausa
Congress destroyed the Khadi industry in India: PM Modi
Dausa is known for Khadi. Mahatma Gandhi had started Khadi to make the people of India self-sustaining. But, this ‘fake Gandhi’ family destroyed the Khadi industry of India. It was the BJP that not only revived the Khadi industry, but made India proud of it. In fact, when the Khadi Jacket came to be known as the ‘Modi Jacket, the Congress could not fathom it! : PM Modi in Dausa, Rajasthan
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday exude 100 percent confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will form its government in the current elections in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. While talking about what the BJP government has done and it is doing for the development of Rajasthan, Nitin Gadkari said, “I have toured Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan and I am very confident that the BJP will form the Government again in all three states with majority.”
Congress has done divisive politics. As a result of that, terrorism was at its peak in the country. Today you can see that the terrorists which were fed Biryani by Congress are now being fed bullets by us: UP CM Yogi Adityanath in Makrana, Rajasthan
Four generations of Congress family ruled the country for 55 years but electricity, water, roads, toilets never reached villages says PM
Every Indian will have a house by 2022 when country celebrates 75th Independence Day: PM
The BJP believes in ‘sabka saath, sabka vikas’ but the Congress cannot see beyond one family, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi
The Congress party does not know what is NCC or a manifesto. I have been to Kailash Mansarovar, they have no idea what it is: PM in Banswara, Rajasthan
During the Congress rule there were only four factories producing mobile phones, today there are 125 of them. We don’t just promise but fulfill our promises: PM Narendra Modi
Congress never remembered tribals tills AB Vajpayee became prime minister: PM Modi
Tribal community used to demand for a separate ministry, minister&budget. They used to demand for development policies. But Congress wasn’t concerned about them. It was only after Vajpayee Ji became PM, that a dedicated ministry of tribal affairs was created.
Tribal community has existed since thousands of years. Did they not make sacrifices during the freedom struggle? Did they not contribute in the development of the nation? You know this, I know this, history knows this but Congress doesn’t know this: PM Modi
Before our arrival in 2014, toilet facility in the village was not even 40 percent and in 4 years Modi made it 40 per cent to 95 per cent. This is called work, 40 per cent in 65 years and 95 per cent in 4 years: PM Modi in Banswara
Congress promotes casteism. They ask what is Modi’s caste! When the Prime Minister of the country goes abroad, people can only see one caste- 125 crore Indians: PM
Remember the days when there were bomb blasts every other day in the country. We fought such a war against terrorism that the terrorists are afraid to look out of Kashmir: PM
Did you ever hear that I took a holiday? Did you ever hear I went somewhere for leisure or was missing for a week? I give an account of each and every decision I take and the work that I do: PM
10 years ago on November 26, people across the world were shook by an act of terrorism that took place in our country and the Congress party was playing a game to win elections. The same Congress used to teach devotional lessons at that time, the same Congress later questioned the surgical strike: PM
Today is 26th November, 10th year anniversary of Mumbai terror attacks when Madam’s rule was running in Delhi, it ran with remote control, when there was a Congress government in Maharashtra. Terrorists attacked Mumbai, people of our country: PM
India will never forget 26/11 attack, and neither forget the perpetrators. Justice will surely be done, I want to assure the country: PM Narendra Modi in Bhilwara
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses rally in Bhilwara, Rajasthan
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In Rajasthan, total 3 thousand two hundred 94 candidates have filed nominations for the polls. Record 2 thousand 242 candidates filed their nomination on the last day yesterday.
AIR correspondent reports that according to Election Department, 3 thousand 12 male, 2 hundred 81 females and one transgender have filed nominations.
7 hundred 66 candidates from Scheduled Caste and 3 hundred 69 candidates from Scheduled tribes are included in the list of candidates. One thousand 5 hundred 25 persons have filed nominations as an independent candidate.
Maximum 71 candidates filed nominations on Kishanpole Seat and 65 persons filed nomination on Adarsh Nagar seat. Senior leaders of BJP and Congress now trying to convince their rebel candidates to withdraw their nominations.
In Telangana, a total of 3,584 candidates have filed their nominations. Over 2,000 nominations were filed yesterday alone. Congress filed the highest number of 300 nominations followed by TRS – 272, BJP – 270, BSP – 182, CPIM – 64 and TDP – 52.
Aiming to address the challenge of misinformation during the upcomimg Rajasthan Assembly polls, WhatsApp today conducted training for community leaders in Jaipur, in partnership with the Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF), the Facebook-owned mobile messaging platform said.
The education workshop encouraged WhatsApp users to see themselves as “agents of change” by addressing socio-behavioural change and empowered them to spot false news.
The training will also enable them to differentiate between rumours and opinions; shared subsequent steps to tackle instances of false news and tips to stay safe on WhatsApp.
“WhatsApp is proud to have played a part in helping millions of people in Rajasthan to freely connect with their loved ones anywhere in the world. These trainings are a key part of our strategy to help people stay safe and limit the spread of harmful rumours this election season” said Ben Supple, Public Policy Manager, WhatsApp, in a statement.
The curriculum further delved into how users can contact fact-checking organisations like Altnews and Boom Live to accurately verify information when they are in doubt.
The training was attended by over 100 participants including from local government administrations, law enforcement authorities, college students, NGOs and community leaders who are dedicated to the technological empowerment of their society, especially villages and semi-urban centre.
“While the problem of misinformation is not restricted to rural areas alone, it is the rural population that majorly lacks access to alternative news sources for sake of verification,” said Osama Manzar, Founder and Director, DEF.
“We see education as the only solution to this problem, and we know that when we teach them some basic verification techniques, they’re going to tell at least two other people about it, creating a ripple effect and potentially fighting misinformation.”
Additionally, WhatsApp and DEF will organise workshops as a part of their Community Information Resource Centre (CIRC), where they will conduct training sessions targeted at grassroots communities in rural areas across five states in India, the company said.
In August, WhatsApp was asked by the central government to take steps to stop the spread of disinformation on its platform.
WhatsApp roped in New Delhi-based non-profit DEF and initiated a series of educational workshops in 10 key election states including Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Rajasthan and Telangana.
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Excellence Knowledge City for Girls, an oasis for girls’ education in Sikar district of the desert state Rajasthan, offers free education along with books and uniform. The institution, which offers education from nursery to B.Sc and B.Ed. to underprivileged girls in the Shekhawati region, runs on entirely savings of entrepreneur Wahid Chowhan who was born in Sikar, and is now settled in Mumbai. This is probably the first institution that teaches Sanskrit along with Urdu and Arabic. It has completed 20 years successfully.
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The event will be held at Tagore School auditorium in Jaipur where nearly 4,000 youths will participate. The event will be live streamed and Shah will take questions from youths present there and also from those at six other locations — Bharatpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Bikaner.
BJP president Amit Shah will hold talks with youths of poll-bound Rajasthan on November 21 in Jaipur, Union minister Rajyavardhan Rathore said on Sunday.
The main event will be held at Tagore School auditorium in Jaipur where nearly 4,000 youths will participate. The event will be live streamed and Shah will take questions from youths present there and also from those at six other locations — Bharatpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Bikaner, Rathore said at a press conference in Jaipur.
Apart from these places, town hall meetings will be held in other 200 locations across the state where youths will be present, Rathore said, adding questions from youths who will be present at these locations will be registered beforehand and they will not be able to ask question during the programme.
“India is emerging as a strong nation due to the vision and energy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Youths understand this. Social media has brought awareness among people on issues, be it political or any other. BJP has always has held dialogues with youths and therefore, the party present is going to communicate with the state’s youths on November 21,” he said.
Rathore said that questions can be asked through social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Assembly polls in Rajasthan will be held on December 7.
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