Governor returns the petition calling for the assembly session from 31 July

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640"]Kalraj Mishra Kalraj Mishra (file photo)[/caption]

Rajasthan: In the midst of political turmoil in Rajasthan, Governor Kalraj Mishra returned the plea for the third consecutive session of the assembly session from 31 July. After this, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot visited the Governor for the fourth time. Both met for 15 minutes. The Governor, while returning the application for the second time, had stipulated that 21 days notice should be given to call the session. The government sent the proposal for the third time on Tuesday in response to the Governor's objections.

On the letter with the objection of the Governor, Gehlot said before leaving the Raj Bhavan that the love letter had already arrived, now I will come together and ask what do I want? Regarding the condition of the notice, Gehlot said that 21 days or 31 days, victory will be ours. For the first time in 70 years, a governor has raised such questions. Can you understand where the country is going?

Before going to Raj Bhavan, Gehlot had also said that a conspiracy is being done to topple the government, but we are strong. Those who cheated, if they want, come back to the party and apologize to Sonia Gandhi. Gehlot made this statement at the event of Govind Singh Dotasara assuming the post of Congress state president. He also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Gehlot said that Modi ji was able to become the Prime Minister because the Congress strengthened the roots of democracy.