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'We connect with people through work, not speeches'

DNJAI81166 | 10/13/2017 | Author : Aishwarya Pradhan | WC :796 | City-Jaipur

Raje attended ‘Gujarat Gaurav Yatra’ at Banaskantha with Guj CM Rupani & Union Min Uma Bharti

Jaipur: The rousing welcome chief minister Vasundhara Raje along with Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani got during the Gujrat Gaurav Yatra on Thursday shows which way the wind is blowing.
During the campaign Raje spoke exclusively to Zee Rajasthan reporter Aishwarya Pradhan:
Reporter: Huge response from the people. Gujarat chief minister is also with you. It is being said that huge crowd turn up wherever you go. Two CMs are together. How will this benefit?
Vasundhara Raje: I can only say that people compare between the vast amount of time Congress got and the very little time the BJP got. They talk about development; they talk about Swachh Bharat and how much filth has been reduced even in the villages. You can see e
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