'Don't Just Watch Movies...': Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat's Jibe At Ashok Gehlot

New Delhi:

Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Thursday launched a pointy assault at Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, whose MLAs – huddled in a resort since final week to stop potential affords from the rival camp amid a seamless political disaster within the state – have been reported watching Bollywood films and taking part in board video games.

“It’s my humble request to Mr Gehlot, do not simply watch films within the resort, additionally watch spiritual sermons and ponder in regards to the state’s affairs,” he tweeted in Hindi.

As Mr Gehlot is battling a revolt by his former deputy, Sachin Pilot, and at the very least 18 celebration legislators – who’ve been tenting in a resort in Haryana – the over 100 MLAs loyal to the Chief Minister have been unwinding at a Jaipur resort.

It was broadly reported earlier this week that the MLAs participated in actions like yoga, cooking courses and watching films collectively. They reportedly watched Amir Khan-starter Lagaan. Among the members of Workforce Gehlot performed “Housie” – a board sport whose predominant goal is to mark off numbers which were referred to as to perform a profitable sample within the “home”.

The Congress has accused Mr Shekhawat of conspiring to topple the federal government after an audio tape – through which he was allegedly heard speaking to its MLAs – surfaced on social media. The celebration then suspended its two legislators – Bhanwar Lal Sharma and Vishvendra Singh.

The Union Minister has denied speaking to Congress MLAs, saying the voice within the tape was not his. He mentioned he is able to face any probe into the allegation.

In a counterattack, the BJP accused the Congress authorities of unlawful tapping of cellphone, and requested them to disclose the supply of the audio.

A probe group went to the 2 Haryana resorts the place the insurgent MLAs have been reportedly staying to take the voice pattern of Mr Sharma. They, nonetheless, returned empty-handed because the BJP authorities in Haryana despatched round 50 policemen to cease them from getting into the resort, positioned in Manesar; the MLAs weren’t within the premises when the Rajasthan cops lastly managed to enter.
The group later went to a different resort however returned after ready for 20 minutes.

Mr Gehlot on Thursday mentioned the meeting session can be referred to as “quickly” and expressed confidence that he has a majority, a day earlier than an important verdict on a petition by Sachin Pilot and different Congress rebels who’re threatening his authorities.

The Rajasthan Excessive Court docket will pronounce its verdict at 10.30 am tomorrow on group Pilot’s petition difficult disqualification notices served to them by the Speaker after they skipped two conferences referred to as by Mr Gehlot final week.

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