Ashok Gehlot To Speak On BJP 'Luring' Congress MLAs, Oust Government

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has alleged the BJP is making an attempt to purchase his MLAs (File)


Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will handle the media from state capital Jaipur Saturday morning, after but extra allegations that the opposition BJP is poaching MLAs in an try to destabilise the Congress authorities within the state.

The most recent spherical of rumours emerged after some 20 Congress leaders claimed the BJP was “luring” legislators. Additionally they claimed that senior leaders of the BJP have been concerned in a “conspiracy”.

“Congress MLAs and legislators who’re in help of the federal government is not going to let this achieve success,” a press release signed by Chief Whip Mahesh Joshi and Deputy Chief Whip Mahendra Chaudhary, and issued on behalf of 24 MLAs, mentioned.

The MLAs have alleged that related (however unsuccessful) makes an attempt at Congress MLAs, and people supporting them, have been made throughout Rajya Sabha elections final month.

They’ve additionally alleged that the BJP is ready to repeat its conspiracy to weaken and topple a democratically-elected authorities; expenses related to people who adopted the autumn of Congress-led governments in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh.

There was no rapid response from the BJP.

The Congress holds 107 seats within the 200-strong Rajasthan Meeting and has help from 12 impartial candidates. As well as, 5 MLAS from different events – the Rashtriya Lok Dal, the CPI (M) and the Bharatiya Tribal Get together – help Mr Gehlot.

Forward of final month’s Rajya Sabha elections – the primary because the nationwide lockdown for coronavirus – Ashok Gehlot and the federal government’s Chief Whip, Mahesh Joshi, accused the BJP of making an attempt to destabilise the federal government.

Mr Joshi additionally filed complaints with the SOG (particular operations group) and ACB (anti-corruption bureau) of Rajasthan Police.

Final month, a Congress unsettled by occasions in Madhya Pradesh in March, and confronted with related occasions in Gujarat, moved all its MLAs to a resort on the Delhi-Jaipur border.

The letter filed by Mr Joshi didn’t title the BJP however mentioned: “Our MLAs and independents supporting us – makes an attempt are being made to lure them with cash energy”.

Two days earlier Mr Gehlot advised NDTV he had heard “studies that the BJP is prepared to spend as much as 25 to 30 crore per MLA”.

With enter from PTI


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