BIKANER: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, who completed three years in office today, claimed that her government has performed far better than the previous Congress dispensation and her party will seek votes in the next Assembly elections on the basis of "performance".
"We have done the works in three years which were performed by the former Congress government in five years. We will take our performance among the public and will win the next Assembly elections on the basis of the performance," Raje said while addressing a public meeting here on the occasion.
Highlighting the works of the BJP-ruled state government, she said that the party had promised 15 lakh jobs in five years in its election manifesto and delivering on it, nearly 11 lakh youths have been employed including one lakh in the government sector.
Raje alleged that Congress is trying to mislead people.
The government's performance in areas like the construction of roads, flagship schemes and programmes were far better than the former state government, she said.
The chief minister, during her visit here, also laid the foundation stones for various works in the division.