Jaipur, July 12: The crisis over the Congress government in Rajasthan has deepened, with Randeep Surjewala, the national spokesperson of the Congress Party and close to Rahul Gandhi, confirming this. He has attacked the BJP party.
He wrote on Twitter – The whole country is suffering from Corona, the infection has increased to 29,000 per day, China has captured our land, and the ruling is busy buying MLAs first in Madhya Pradesh and now Rajasthan. It is for all of us to understand that – the crisis is not on any state, but on the entire Indian democracy.
कोरोना से पूरा देश त्रस्त है,— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) July 12, 2020
प्रतिदिन संक्रमण बढ़ कर 29,000 हो गया है,
चीन ने हमारी सरज़मीं पर क़ब्ज़ा किया है,
सत्ताधारी पहले मध्यप्रदेश और अब राजस्थान में विधायक खरीदने में व्यस्त है।
समझना ये है हम सबको कि –
संकट किसी राज्य पर नहीं,
पूरे भारतीय लोकतंत्र पर है।#Rajasthan
For your information, let us know that in Rajasthan, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has accused BJP of toppling his government. CM Ashok Gehlot has called a cabinet meeting on Saturday (July 11) at 8:30 pm amidst political dramas in Rajasthan. Almost all the ministers attended the meeting. But in this meeting that lasted 2 hours, Rajasthan CM Deputy CM Sachin Pilot was not present. Due to the absence of Sachin Pilot, many questions are being raised.
According to media reports, Sachin Pilot is said to be angry with Ashok Gehlot, that is why he did not attend the meeting, not only that he has come to Delhi with about 19 Congress MLAs, it is being told that he belongs to the Pilot group. Now in Rajasthan, political equations have been created in the same way as in Madhya Pradesh a few months ago.
Now it will be interesting to see whether Ashok Gehlot manages to save his chair or not. Kamal Nath could not save his chair in Madhya Pradesh. It has also been reported that Sachin Pilot has met Jyotiraditya Scindia in Delhi. It may be that Sachin Pilot, like Jyotiraditya Scindia, joins the BJP and hoists the saffron flag again in Rajasthan.
Also, read Kapil Sibal worried about Congress