Rajya Sabha polls:’Unhappy’ Rajasthan Union Ramesh Meena skips Congress match for 3rd day in a row | Jaipur News

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JAIPUR: While the Congress is asserting to have its own lawmakers collectively, the disgruntled lot proceeds to ring the alarm bells. ) Minister of food and civil supplies Ramesh Meena did not turn up to the third successive day in a resort where his party MLAs are lodged together with central party leaders and observers on Saturday.
Meena’s rift with all the senior Congress leaders in the country has attained the party high command in Delhi via an observer.
T S Singh Deo, health minister of Chhattisgarh, who’s also party observer for its Rajya Sabha surveys at Rajasthan confessed that all isn’t well in the Congress clan. While talking to the mediapersons, he said,”Meena must have come. If he isn’t coming, it’s clear he may be miserable . I’ve talked to deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot concerning the lack of Meena.” The audience did not stop here. He told mediapersons that he had delivered a report to the party high command. “If someone is hurt at the household, the heartburn is clear. I had been a candidate for the post of ministry in Chhattisgarh. But it did not occur, but it does not indicate I have maintained a space with the household,” said Deo.
Sources stated that in the previous two days, the Congress has held party MLAs match to prepare a plan for the Rajya Sabha polls scheduled for June 19. The matches were attended with the central party leaders.
“Congress leaders such as Randeep Surjewala and Rajya Sabha nominee in the country K C Venugopal contacted the dissatisfied leader (Meena) but he did not appear,” said a source.
Meanwhile, in the resort, a workshop has been organised for the Congress MLAs to upgrade and also to instruct them about the six decades of BJP rule in the Centre. Throughout the workshop, the MLAs were briefed on central government’s collapse on Covid-19, migrants’ difficulty, the condition of the market in now, cheapest GDP since Independence, the decimation of bodies, doubling the income of farmers and inflation from the leaders.
Surjewala advised that since the nation is entering to the year of the Modi principle, the taxpayers of this nation have been pushed into the wall from the in several ill-fated decisions taken from these. “They came into the energy by making innumerable promises to the taxpayers but in fact, they’ve failed to run the nation normally,” explained Surjewala.
The workshop was presided over by chief minister Ashok Gehlot. RS nominee K C Venugopal, Sachin Pilot, celebration in-charge at Rajasthan Avinash Pandey also attended the workshop. 

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