In the backdrop of arrest of four alleged IM terrorists from the state, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today claimed a "conspiracy" was brewing against party's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi.
Citing terror blasts at Modi's rally in Patna last year, Raje said,"The country is going to witness Modi's leadership ...and to stop the country from becoming a superpower... first there were Patna blasts and now four terrorists have been held from the state. It seems someone is conspiring against Modi." Expressing serious concern over the arrest and terror plot, Raje alleged that terrorism was rising due to "faulty policies" and "vote bank politics" of the UPA government led by the Congress.
She was addressing a poll rally at Jhalawar after her son Dushyant Singh filed nomination from Jhalawar-Baran Lok Sabha seat. "It (terrorism) is all due to faulty policies and vote bank politics of UPA government," she said.
In an indirect hint at Jaswant Singh, who filed his nomination papers from Barmer seat today, Raje said, "We (leaders-workers) do quarrel with each other but we are always one...it shows our 'pyar, mohdabbat'..nothing to worry." She claimed her party would win all 25 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan.
Delhi Police had yesterday arrested top Indian Mujahideen terrorist Zia Ur Rehman alias Waqas, a Pakistani national wanted in connection with several bombings, and three associates from Rajasthan.