11 Mar 2023

Rajasthan: Sachin Pilot and CM Ashok Gehlot Face-to-face On The issue Of Veeranganas, Pilot said – Must Have Talked To Them Sensitively

Jaipur: In Rajasthan's capital Jaipur, these days politics has heated up regarding the demands of Veeranganas. These are the Veeranganas whose husbands were martyred in the terrorist attack in Pulwama. In Jaipur, the police finally arrested 8 of their family members and companions, including three Veeranganas, who were sitting on a dharna for the last five days outside the bungalow of former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot. 

The police arrested them and took them to the police station. Wherein the Veeranganas were taken to their homes by ambulance. Political rhetoric has also started on this.

The Veeranganas were protesting outside the Pilot's bungalow. Rajya Sabha MP Kirodi Lal Meena was arrested. Chomu MLA chief spokesperson Ramlal Sharma was also arrested.

Veeranganas should have been heard: Pilot

Former Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Sachin Pilot, while taunting his own party's state government and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on the issue of Veeranganas, said that the Veeranganas should have been heard. Whether or not to accept their demands was another issue. As far as jobs are concerned. Giving one or two jobs to someone will not make a big difference. This matter is sensitive. It should also be dealt with in the same way.

Sachin Pilot said that even if you do not want to give anything to anyone, sit together and explain sensitively. Maybe this could have made matters better. Sachin Pilot said during the discussion with the media that he does not think that Congress, BJP or Janata Dal or such things should be talked about in this matter. 

'Country does not belong to one party'

He said this country does not belong to one party, it belongs to all Indians. Indian army protects the whole country. Soldiers are standing on the border and ready to sacrifice for the country. These soldiers are not standing for any caste, religion and ideology but to protect the whole country. There should not be any dearth in respecting them and it should not even appear like this. Sachin said that there is some kind of misunderstanding, more demands are being made, we could have explained by sitting. 

Veeranganas are being used politically – Chief Minister Gehlot

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot says that the package has been given to the Veeranganas. Some BJP leaders are deriving political mileage by using Veeranganas. CM Gehlot said that the wife of martyr Rohitash Lamba is seeking compassionate appointment for her brother-in-law which is against the rules. If they are given a job, then in future all the family members and relatives of the Veeranganas will ask for a job for their relatives. What will happen to the martyr's children when they become adults? 

On the other hand, the wife of martyr Hemraj Meena has demanded that his statue should be installed at Sangod intersection. The school should be named after the martyr.

Demonstrated with grass in mouth

The Veeranganas demonstrated by keeping grass in their mouth. They said that Veerangana is the cow of the government. But the Gehlot government did not listen to them. 

In fact, the widows of three soldiers who were martyred in Pulwama in 2019 are registering a protest. Their demand is that the Rajasthan government has not fulfilled their demands. 

The three Veeranganas had earlier gone to meet CM Ashok Gehlot with their demands, but there the police allegedly misbehaved with them. Earlier, the three Veeranganas also met Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra. On not fulfilling the promise, they sought permission to end their life.

'Big promises did not materialize'

The Veeranganas, who were victims of alleged police brutality, say that many ministers came to their homes and made big promises. But none of them materialised. 

One protester said that the government had promised her that he would install a statue of her husband in her village and that the local school would be named after her husband. She claimed that the promises were not fulfilled.

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