News By/Courtesy: Riya Singh | 26 Jul 2020 12:50pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Congress, in Rajasthan, has decided to take the fight against Governor Kalraj Mishra to the streets
  • The party will be protesting against the Governor's decision to not agree to the demand made by the Ashok Gehlot camp for calling an Assembly session
  • The Rajasthan govt. feels that if a short assembly session is called for, then they can go in for a show of strength at the Assembly where the rebel MLAs from the Sachin Pilot group can be pressurized

The Congress, in Rajasthan, has decided to take the fight against Governor Kalraj Mishra to the streets. The party will be protesting against the Governor's decision to not agree to the demand made by the Ashok Gehlot camp for calling an Assembly session.

The Rajasthan Congress has decided to protest in all the districts of the state on Saturday. Congress workers have been asked to hand over memorandums to the district collectors for the Rajasthan Governor.

"All Congress workers are requested to follow the guidelines issued by the state government regarding corona are followed during the protest tomorrow, July 25. All people are to protest at the DCC office and no more than 50 people are to gather. Five people will go to the Collectorate and hand over a memorandum to the Collector for the Governor," Govind Singh Dotasara, the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) chief, said in a tweet on Friday night.

Earlier, Congress MLAs held a sit-in protest inside the Governor house demanding the Rajasthan Assembly session be called. The move came after CM Gehlot alleged that the Governor, despite the state government's demand for calling an assembly session, has not allowed so. 

The state Chief Minister accused the Governor of acting under pressure from above, implying that the Centre had prohibited the Rajasthan Governor, Kalraj Mishra, from agreeing to the state government's request to call for an Assembly session.

The Rajasthan government feels that if a short assembly session is called for, then they can go in for a show of strength at the Assembly where the rebel MLAs from the Sachin Pilot group can be pressurized to participate. If a whip is issued by the chief whip, then in case if the rebel MLAs do not abide.

Gehlot accused the Governor of acting under pressure from above, implying that the Centre had prohibited the Rajasthan Governor, Kalraj Mishra, from agreeing to the state government's request to call for an Assembly session.

The Rajasthan government led by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot feels that if a short assembly session is called for, then they can go in for a show of strength at the Assembly where the rebel MLAs from Sachin Pilot group can be rushed to participate. If a whip is issued by the chief whip, in case if the rebel MLAs do not abide, then that can be a ground for their disqualification.

 

This article does not intend to hurt the sentiments of any individual, community, sect, or religion etcetera. This article is based purely on the author's personal opinion and views in the exercise of the Fundamental Rights guaranteed under Article 19(1)(A) and other related laws being enforced in India for the time being.

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 26 Jul 2020 17:44pm IST


Tags : #congress#assesmblysession#protest

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