In a strange gesture, the workers of the NSUI union welcomed the Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot in Bhilwara with a garland of lemon and chilies. Ashok Gehlot was in Bhilwara for election events.
Rajasthan: CM Ashok Gehlot garlanded with lemons and chillies by National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) workers at an event in Bhilwara. pic.twitter.com/TbMJpLgcT8
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In one such event, CM Ashok Gehlot was greeted with a garland of lemons and chillies so that chief minister remains shielded, lest someone cast an evil eye on him. The crowd went berserk watching their chief minister wearing a garland of lemons and chilies. CM Ashok Gehlot held several rallies in Bhilwara, Gangapur, and Thanagaji of Alwar in support of the Congress candidates from these areas.
Raising the familiar bogey of the constitution in danger, he urged the voters to vote against the Modi government and alleged that the Modi government has been misusing CBI, ED, RBI, and other institutes. Gehlot also accused the BJP of distributing money to its candidates to fare well in the elections.