Will Even Go To Rashtrapati Bhavan If Needed, Ashok Gehlot Tells MLAs


Jaipur: 
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot told Congress MLAs on Saturday that he was ready to go to the President of India to make sure that what he calls a "BJP conspiracy" to stall a test of strength does not succeed. Mr Gehlot, who protested for hours at Governor Kalraj Mishra's home yesterday to press for an assembly session, held meetings with Congress MLAs and his cabinet today, after which a fresh proposal was drawn up and passed by the cabinet. Mr Mishra had last night asked Mr Gehlot to re-submit the request for an assembly session, citing six objections. This proposal will be sent to the Governor soon. Mr Gehlot has accused the Governor of delaying the session because he is "under pressure" to stall his government's test of strength. As Mr Gehlot met with his cabinet, a BJP delegation led by Rajasthan BJP leader Satish Poonia and Leader of Opposition Gulab Chandra Kataria met the Governor to discuss the COVID-19 situation in the state.

Artical - Akash Yadav