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'Rahul should take cognisance of issues in Rajasthan instead of going on political tour': Javadekar

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'Rahul should take cognisance of issues in Rajasthan instead of going on political tour': Javadekar

'Rahul should take cognisance of issues in Rajasthan instead of going on political tour': Javadekar

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar targeted Congress' Rahul Gandhi and said he must take cognisance of issues in Rajasthan after various cases were reported in state.

"Today in Karauli, a priest of a temple was burnt alive by the goons who wanted to take possession of the land belonging to the temple.

Incidents of rape are being reported from all parts of the Rajasthan," said Union Minister Prakash Javadekar.

He further added, "Congress leader Rahul Gandhi should take cognisance of these issues instead of going on political tours.

He should either ask the Rajasthan government to resign or make efforts for its betterment.

They should take action against the culprits."


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