BSP-Turned-Congress MLAs, Independent Legislators In Rajasthan To Hold Meeting On Wednesday
Turncoat BSP MLAs who joined the ruling get together and unbiased legislators who supported the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress authorities throughout final yr’s political disaster will maintain a joint assembly on Wednesday amid lobbying for ministerial posts.
The MLAs, who have been elected as BSP candidates within the 2018 meeting elections and joined the Congress subsequent yr, are already mounting stress on the Congress in opposition to the Pilot camp and demanding a “reward” for many who saved the Ashok Gehlot authorities final yr.
Now, the unbiased MLAs who supported the federal government final yr have additionally come along with these legislators, and they’re going to meet to carry discussions, primarily about cupboard enlargement and political appointments and to help the federal government.
An unbiased MLA stated that pointless assaults are being made in opposition to the federal government. “To discuss all political developments, the MLAs are meeting in a hotel on Wednesday,” the MLA stated.
There are 13 unbiased MLAs and 6 BSP-turned-Congress legislators. One of those six MLAs is presently overseas, so the remaining 18 legislators are anticipated to attend the assembly.
“We supported the government last year when attempts were made to topple it. In the meeting, the present political situation will be discussed,” he stated.
The independents known as the assembly within the backdrop of AICC basic secretary in-charge for Rajasthan Ajay Maken saying that every one is nicely within the Congress and Mr Pilot is an asset to the get together.
“Senior leaders of the Congress who camped in Rajasthan during last year’s political crisis had assured us that accommodations would be made in cabinet and political appointments. It has been close to a year but nothing has been done,” one other MLA stated.
The political turmoil within the state began not too long ago after resentment within the Pilot camp for not addressing the problems raised by the previous deputy chief minister in August final yr. Demands have been raised for cupboard enlargement and political appointments.
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