After listening to her son at the rally, ‘I think I can retire now’, said Vasundhara Raje

Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has said that she may now retire. The Bharatiya Janata Party leader’s comments come as her son, Dushyant Singh, who represents Jhalawar-Baran in the Lok Sabha, is already making progress as a public representative.

Speaking at a public meeting in Jhalawar, where her son was also present, Raje said, “After listening to my son, I feel I should retire because you all have trained him so well That I don’t need to put pressure on him.”

“All the MLAs are here and I feel there is no need to keep an eye on them as they will work for the people on their own. This is Jhalawar,” the former chief minister said.

Raje also highlighted the development work in the region in the last three decades, mentioning roads, water supply projects and air and rail connectivity. “Today people ask where is Jhalawar. People want to invest here.”

Attacking the Congress government in the state over incidents of government recruitment question paper leak and issues like unemployment, Raje said Rajasthan will again become the number one state only when people work to take the BJP forward.

Raje is set to file her nomination papers from Jhalawar assembly constituency on Saturday for the November 25 assembly elections.

For the past several months, there has been speculation about the role of the five-time MP and four-time MLA in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) winning the elections.

Counting of votes for the elections to the 200-member assembly will take place on December 3.