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Cong nominations for sale, alleges BJP

Press Trust of India  |  Jaipur 

Harping on a that tickets for the assembly elections are on sale, the BJP has charged that corruption is in the blood of the rival party.

A recently featured a purported poster pasted on a bathroom wall at the All India Committee headquarters in New Delhi, saying the nomination for the Phalodi seat is for sale at Rs 3.5 crore.

Congress trashed the allegation, saying there is no discrimination in the nomination of candidates for the December 7 elections.

He termed the poster a conspiracy against the party.

The BJP responded on with #TicketSellerCongress.

Corruption is in the blood of the Congress and they do not let go of any opportunity. If the price of one seat is Rs 3.5 crore, what would be the price of 200 assembly seats, the posted in Hindi.

The anti-Congress poster had carried a picture of Kumari Selja, who heads the party's election screening committee.

The BJP also reminded Congress of

a prediction he recently made.

Does anyone know beforehand who will become 'Banega Crorepati', Gehlot had said, referring to the popular tv show, when asked about the Congress ministerial candidate.

Ashok Gehlot's prediction is coming true. The election in Rajasthan is a game for the Congress to become crorepati and the first winner in the game is Kumari Selja, the BJP said.

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First Published: Fri, November 09 2018. 16:10 IST