Prime News, National (Kota), August 12:- Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is facing opposition from a section of BJP workers in her home constituency of Jhalawar even as she claimed that her party will score a clean win with 180 seats in the upcoming Assembly elections.
Activists in Jhalawar, led by BJP worker Pramod Sharma, organised a bike rally with placards that read “Vasundhara, go back” and “Vasundhara quit Jhalawar” on the anniversary of the Quit India Movement on August 9.
The rally, with over 1,000 activists riding nearly 500 motorcycles, passed through the markets of Jhalawar and adjoining Jhalrapatan cities of the home constituency of CM Raje. They were protesting against corruption and lack of development works in Jhalawar, the organisers said. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).