Rajasthan Political Crisis Updates: 'Constitution Supreme For Me,' Says Governor; Court Notice To 6 Ex-BSP MLAs Key To Ashok Gehlot's Government

The Governor has determined to convene meeting session from August 14

Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra has refuted allegations that he had acted beneath the Central authorities’s strain within the political tussle. Mr Mishra, who on Wednesday agreed with the state Cupboard’s proposal to name an meeting session from August 14, mentioned he has all the time directed the state authorities to observe constitutional provisions in sending its request for convening a session.

“The Structure is supreme for a governor. There isn’t a strain on me,” he mentioned when requested concerning the Congress’ cost in opposition to him.

After per week of hectic parleys, protests and change of letters between Raj Bhavan and the state authorities in Rajasthan, Mr Mishra on Wednesday agreed to name an meeting session on August 14. Earlier, the Governor had questioned the federal government’s third proposal, which insisted on the July 31 date it talked about earlier.

In the meantime, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot claimed that the “charges of horse buying and selling” in Rajasthan have elevated after the announcement of the meeting session.

Mr Gehlot has a slender 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.

Listed below are the Updates on Rajasthan Political Disaster:


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