President Can Ask Rajasthan Governor To Call Assembly Session: P Chidambaram

P Chidambaram stated he hoped the President will intervene in Rajasthan matter. (File)

New Delhi:

Senior Congress chief P Chidambaram stated he hoped that President Ram Nath Kovind will intervene and instruct the Rajasthan governor to convene a session of the state meeting.

The previous Union minister alleged that BJP-appointed governors have violated the letter and spirit of the Structure and have within the course of “gravely impaired” parliamentary democracy, its conventions and traditions.

“I sincerely hope that the President will pay attention to what is going on – the erosion of parliamentary democracy, the erosion of the Structure, the violation of the Structure and do what is correct within the circumstances,” he informed a digital press convention.

P Chidambaram stated the President has the “absolute authority” to inform the governor that what he’s doing is flawed and ask him to name an meeting session.

“I nonetheless consider that the President of India can intervene and instruct the governor to convene an meeting session,” he stated when requested whether or not the President can instantly intervene within the matter.

“I hope higher counsel will prevail and smart folks can instruct the governor that he should summon a session of the meeting,” the Congress chief stated, noting that the governor has no discretion of his personal within the matter.

P Chidambaram stated if the chief minister, who’s accused of not having fun with a majority, desires to show his majority, he’s entitled to name a session on the earliest to show it. “Nobody can stand in his means,” he stated.

“Putting any impediment to calling the meeting session would undermine the basic foundation of a parliamentary democracy,” he stated.

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