'Rajasthan Horse-Trading Rates Have Gone Up': Ashok Gehlot's Theory

Ashok Gehlot additionally took on Bahujan Samaj Get together chief Mayawati for her statements towards him.


The “charges of horse buying and selling” in Rajasthan have elevated after the announcement of the meeting session set to start on August 14, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot stated on Thursday in a veiled dig on the governor and the BJP.

“After the meeting session was introduced final night time, the charges of horse buying and selling have elevated. Earlier, the primary instalment was of Rs 10 crore and second was of Rs 15 crore. Now it has turn out to be limitless and all know who’s doing horse-trading,” Mr Gehlot instructed reporters.

His remark appeared to have been aimed for the opposition BJP, which guidelines on the centre, and Governor Kalraj Mishra who lastly agreed to name an meeting session after rejecting three proposals from the Chief Minister who’s anxious to show his majority and snuff out a rise up by his former deputy Sachin Pilot.

Additionally focusing on Bahujan Samaj Get together chief Mayawati for her statements towards him, Mr Gehlot accused the previous Uttar Pradesh chief minister of performing on the occasion of the BJP.

Her complaining shouldn’t be justified, Mr Gehlot stated.

The impasse over convening the Rajasthan Meeting ended on Wednesday with Governor Kalraj Mishra agreeing to name a session from August 14.

The Raj Bhawan announcement got here a few hours after the Ashok Gehlot Cupboard despatched a fourth proposal to the governor for summoning the Rajasthan Meeting, pitching August 14 as the brand new date.

The Chief Minister has accused the governor of working below BJP strain going past his jurisdiction to dam the cupboard proposals to assist the get together poach MLAs at a time when it’s battling an open revolt by some legislators led by Sachin Pilot.

Mr Gehlot has a slim lead within the 200-member Rajasthan meeting, only one forward of the bulk mark of 101. His push for an meeting session is seen to be spurred by the robust perception that he’s well-positioned to win a belief vote at this level.

(With inputs from PTI)


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