Rajasthan News: A nine-year-old Dalit boy was beaten to death by a teacher at a private school in Rajasthan’s Jalore district after he touched a pot of water. This matter is in the news a lot. There is a heated argument between the pros and cons in this matter. It has been more than 15 days since the incident but the politics is not about to subside. Now once again Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is openly vocal in this matter. Targeting the opposition, he said that the Jalore case will be given to the CBI but will never allow Rajasthan to be defamed.
No one has the right to defame Rajasthan
CM Gehlot said, “People are talking about the Jalore incident and saying anything. Such people should first know the truth. To silence them, we are ready to hand over this case to the CBI as well.” He said that “some people don’t have faith in Rajasthan Police so we can transfer this case for them.” CM Gehlot said that “no one has the right to defame Rajasthan”. He claimed that “more than half of the cases of crimes against women are falsely registered. So we can say that crime is under control in Rajasthan.”
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Crime rate in Rajasthan is less than other states
CM Gehlot said that “Rape incidents happen every day in Rajasthan, most of these incidents are done by his acquaintances.” He said that “56 percent of the cases that are registered are fake whose truth is something else. We are investigating these false cases. We will take legal action against such people because their allegations are bringing disrepute to the state. He said that “we can claim that Rajasthan has a lower crime rate than other states.”
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