'Looking To Teach Ashok Gehlot Lesson': Mayawati Enters Rajasthan Fight

Rajasthan Disaster: Mayawati declared she would go all the best way to the Supreme Court docket.

New Delhi:

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, who has a skinny lead within the meeting after a revolt by his sacked deputy Sachin Pilot, will “be taught a lesson”, warned Bahujan Samaj Social gathering (BSP) chief Mayawati right now, declaring she would go all the best way to the Supreme Court docket to battle six MLAs of her celebration becoming a member of the Congress final 12 months.

Ashok Gehlot is only one forward of the bulk mark of 101 within the 200-member Rajasthan meeting. Six MLAs who merged the Rajasthan BSP into the Congress in September helped him safe his tally.

BJP chief Madan Dilawar has petitioned the Rajasthan Excessive Court docket in opposition to the merger; he dropped an earlier case and filed a contemporary petition right now. The BSP has approached the courtroom and requested to be made part of the identical petition.

“BSP may have gone to the courtroom earlier too however we have been in search of a time to show the Congress celebration and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot a lesson. Now now we have determined to go to courtroom. We won’t let this matter alone. We’ll go even to the Supreme Court docket,” Mayawati stated right now.

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