Bhartiya Tribal Party MLAs extend support to Congress from Rajasthan | Jaipur News

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The party said the service was founded on the 17-stage demands linked to tribal welfare the government has…Read

JAIPUR: The Ashok Gehlot camp got a little relief on Saturday when both MLAs of Bhartiya Tribal Party (BTP) expanded their service to the Congress authorities . The party said the service was founded upon the 17-stage demands linked to tribal welfare the government has consented to fulfil.
The BTP was encouraging the Congress government in the country earlier too but when the current political crisis arose with former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot breaking with 19 MLAs, the BTP withdrew its aid and declared that it would stay neutral if there had been a floor test in the meeting.
BTP MLAs Rajkumar Roat and Ramprasad fulfilled chief minister Gehlot and filed that the party’s service letter along with also the 17-stage demands. Roat stated,”We’ll continue to encourage the government from outside”
About the impartial stand the party declared earlier this week, Roat stated,”We discovered the authorities lacking in its own job but today the CM has promised us of fulfilling our needs.”
PCC chief Govind Singh Dotasra stated BTP had prolonged issue-based support. The MLAs attained the resort on the city outskirts in which the Congress MLAs are remaining since Monday.

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