Condition BJP leaders Rajendra Rathore and Satish Poonia in a press match
JAIPUR: Rajasthan BJP has accused chief minister Ashok Gehlot of scripting a political play of horse trading contrary to his administration to conceal own failures in managing the Covid scenario in the nation.
At a presser hours following Gehlot’s allegation of horse-trading against BJP leaders on Saturday noon, chief of the resistance Gulab Chand Kataria contested the CM to prove his charges or stop politics.
BJP state president Satish Poonia and deputy leader of resistance Rajendra Singh Rathore, who attended the press conference, required an inquiry into’elephant trading’ from the Congress that united six BSP MLAs to its fold.
“Who’s stopped you from exploring (horse trading from BJP)? I would like you to investigate all allegations you’ve levelled against us. We won’t permit you to blame us to your failures and unresolved internal problems,” explained Kataria.
Responding to Gehlot’s allegations of horse-trading from BJP, Kataria added,”We do not have enough time for all these actions. You have assistance from 124 MLAs in Rajya Sabha surveys but in case you can not figure out how to hold them together, this means that your home isn’t in order. Do not blame us”
About the FIR registered from the SOG, Poonia said the state government was misusing the investigating agencies to create fear among independent MLAs along with the resistance.
“It’d have been better had they utilized these bureaus to remove corruption in the state. It might have been a fantastic support to the taxpayers,” explained Poonia.
Taking strong exception for dragging the title of PM Narendra Modi and residence minister Amit Shah for scripting the toppling of country authorities in Maharashtra and MP, Poonia stated,”It’s unfortunate that Gehlot has stooped to such amounts for political gains. Applying such a language to the PM and the home minister is an instance of privilege movement”
Deputy leader of resistance Rathore said evaluation was actually required within the merger of six BSP MLAs to Congress in breach of the principles. “Without the permission of this BSP central leadership or a agreement with the celebration state mind, the merger is prohibited,” said Rathore, who accused the Congress government of tapping the telephones of BJP leaders.