Gehlot said it was an unequal fight ever since electoral bonds came into the picture while he campaigned for party candidates for bypolls to the seat of Sujangarh, Sahara, and Rajsamand
“They brought demonetisation, threaten industrialists and now they have started electoral bonds. We hoped that the Supreme Court will ban them but it did not. If the industry takes out bonds for ₹100 crore, gives ₹95 crore to the BJP and divides ₹5 crore among the Congress, CPI, CPM, BSP, how will the democracy be strong if it isn’t an equal fight?”the CM asked while addressing the nomination rally of party candidate for Sujangarh (Churu) bypolls, Manoj Meghwal.
All three Congress candidates – Meghwal, Gayatri Trivedi from Sahara (Bhilwara), and Tansukh Bohra from Rajsamand (Udaipur) filed their nomination today on the last day of filing the nomination. All senior Congress leaders – Gehlot, AICC general secretary Ajay Maken, state PCC chief Govind Singh, and former deputy CM Sachin Pilot travelled together in a chopper and addressed public meetings in the three constituencies going for bypolls.
News Source : Hindustan Times