Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today took a jibe at Ashok Gehlot for seeking report card of her dispensation saying "he was sleeping for five years and now he wants work summary of three-month-old BJP government".
"Gehlot as Chief Minister in previous regime was sleeping like a 'Kumbhkaran', now how can he ask the BJP government to reveal the facts and figures of its three month rule," Raje said while addressing a public meeting during her campaign trail at Khairthal in Alwar district.
She also accused Congress of making "false statements" in public meetings that BJP was going to end the public welfare schemes like pension and free medicines and said "nothing would be stopped after the LS polls were over".
BJP was heading in LS polls on the plank of development and not on caste and religion as claimed by Congress party, she alleged.
Raje also claimed that under Narendra Modi's leadership the BJP would make a new "Hindustan".
Quoting international papers which carried news features on Modi, Raje said, "Newspapers in China have said it would be NaMo who could stand parallel to China. In Gulf countries it would be NaMo who would bring India's glory and image. The US media claimed that Indian economy could be brought back on track by Modi only."
Raje was campaigning in support of BJP candidate Mahant Chandnath in Alwar.
During an campaign Gehlot had criticised the 60-days work plan of Raje government and demanded achievements of the new government formed in December last year.