Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 22
The Rajasthan political disaster deepened at present with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot writing to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging the position of the Centre in makes an attempt to topple the state authorities, and the Assembly Speaker transferring the apex courtroom towards the state High Court orders within the matter associated to insurgent MLAs, together with Sachin Pilot.
The Speaker has urged the highest courtroom to put aside the HC order deferring motion on dissident lawmakers’ disqualification notices till Friday, contending that the order is “bad in law” and “a direct affront to the powers of the Speaker”. A 3-judge Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra will hear the petition tomorrow at 11 am.
In one other improvement, the ED performed raids on the Jodhpur premises of CM’s brother Agrasen Gehlot, who’s promoter of a fertiliser agency allegedly linked to a cash laundering case. After the ED searched the premises assisted by CRPF personnel, Congress chief Randeep Surjewala mentioned, “We will not be scared by PM Modi’s raid raj.”
Ashok Gehlot, in the meantime, in his letter to the PM mentioned the state authorities would full its time period, indicating readability of political technique the CM seems to have chalked out. Gehlot additionally overtly accused Union Minister Gajendra Shekhawat, few BJP leaders and a few overambitious Congress leaders (learn Pilot) of involvement in conspiracy to topple the democratically elected Rajasthan Government and mentioned to PM, “History will not spare those participating in these acts.”
The CM additionally mentioned it was rueful that the “Centre is playing a key role in the conspiracy to dislodge the Congress Government in Rajasthan when it should be concentrating on saving lives and livelihoods during the Covid pandemic”.
Gehlot requested the PM: “I don’t know to what extent you are aware of these developments or whether you are being misled; history will not spare the players of this conspiracy.”