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Set your own house in order, Gehlot tells Amit Shah

IANS  |  Jaipur 

on Wednesday countered BJP's criticism of the party not announcing the chief ministerial candidate by saying the ruling party should "first set its own house in order."

"He (Amit Shah) should not forget that despite being the president, he failed to appoint the state of his choice," said Gehlot, a former and

"Shah wanted to But he had to bow to the wishes of Vasundhara Raje," claimed Gehlot.

"Parties work for elections as a team. No chief ministerial candidate is declared before elections. respects public sentiments as well as the sentiments of its MLAs," said Gehlot.

Referring to Shah's remarks on Tuesday at public meetings, he said: "His language is is against the culture of Rajasthan, he said.

"Shah's speeches are so laudatory about that the BJP expects these can help the in recapturing Rajasthan," said Gehlot, adding it looked as if Shah had no trust in Raje.

The former said there has been a steep rise in corruption cases in sand mining, education and transport because of poor governance.

Lashing out out at Raje, Gehlot said: "The loves to put up foundation stones. She was doing it all along her her Gaurav Yatra until the intervened."

He said will be visiting on September 20.



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First Published: Wed, September 12 2018. 19:24 IST